The Temple Lady tells Tanuja (Kratika Sengar) that if she married Rishi (Ssharad Malhotra), he will always be in danger. Though they will love each other a lot, they can never be married to each other. Tanuja complaints to the Goddess asking her why she didn’t get the only thing that mattered to her. She cries inconsolably on finding out about her fate. The temple lady also adds more drama by requesting the Goddess to reunite Rishi and Tanuja in this birth since they love each other so much. Tanuja passes out in the temple itself. Meanwhile, Rishi doesn’t sleep the entire night thinking about Tanuja.
Ahana enters the room with some food for Rishi. She reminds him that he hasn’t eaten at all since the previous night. She tries talking him into accepting his feelings for Tanuja but Rishi just makes an excuse and leaves. Raaj overhears and asks Ahana what she wants. Ahana tells him that she wants Tanuja back in the house since Bani was behind everything that happened. Raaj and Ahana talk about the possibilities and consequences of getting Tanuja back in the house when he tells her that Rishi is the only one who can do that. (ALSO READ: Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki 26 January 2017 Written Update of Full Episode: Tanuja finds out why she can never be with Rishi)
Tanuja wakes up and wonders where the temple lady, who enters the Bedi house only to be stopped by the security guard. She is confused about the fault in their stars and argues with the guard. Ahana sees it and asks her to go talk to him. Before leaving, the temple lady tells Ahana that she is her true sister after all. Rishi is force-feeding his mother some soup as the family looks on. Rano asks Rishi to divorce Tanuja when the temple lady screams at them. The temple lady tells him that Rano doesn’t want Rishi to be with the one he is destined with. Yuvraj asks her why she is here and making so much noise when Ahana says that she wants to speak with Rishi.
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