In the latest episode, Vimal, a lady from the Koli community and a part of Vandana’s team, extended a warm invitation to Vandana to attend the Narali Purnima festival. This festival is a significant celebration for the Koli community, traditionally held near rivers or ponds. During Narali Purnima, the Koli and other fishing communities offer coconuts to Lord Varuna, the god of the ocean, seeking his blessings and expressing gratitude for their livelihoods.
Bobby, on the other hand, put pressure on Kunal to attend this festival with the hope of discovering a talented singer there. Their motivation behind this search is to find someone who can help them with their musical aspirations.
However, Vandana and her family are dealing with their own set of worries. They have been burdened by financial troubles, and their house has been used as collateral for a loan. Time is of the essence as they try to figure out how to repay this loan.
Amidst these financial concerns, Atya, a well-wisher and advisor to Vandana, offered some valuable advice. She encouraged Vandana not to stress too much and to enjoy the Narali Purnima Festival. Atya believes that things will eventually work out for them.
In the previous episode, we saw how Kunal played the role of a savior by rescuing Vandana from some troublemakers. He also teased Vaibhav in the process. However, Vandana became upset with Hemant, her husband, as he unfairly blamed Vijay for their financial problems.
Furthermore, Kunal found himself irritated with his employees, who were both wasting food and time. Vijay, Vandana’s son, received praise for his deep understanding of music. Kunal’s frustration grew when he realized that his current staff may not be suitable for the job.
The show continues to explore the dynamic between the characters and their journey through various challenges and celebrations in their lives.