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Everybody pulls the boat out of the river and is overjoyed. The women in the village come forward with aarti ki thali and pray, in front of the boat, while Mangroo's family is happy. Lakhiya, Ramdai Kaki and the two Thakurs are angry. Lakhiya comes forward and tells Mangroo that even though Mangroo has got back his boat, he couldn't go back on his words and would have to sign in the stamp paper, thus selling the land to the Sr. Thakur. Mangroo is hapless when the Sr. Thakur comes forward and tells Mangroo and Lakhiya that now that Mangroo has got the boat, he would bring the baraat in the boat only and there was no need to hire the bus. Mangroo is overwhelmed but the Sr. Thakur tells him to go ahead and make preparations for his daughter's marriage and that they would talk about the land later. Mangroo thanks him by folding his hand, but the Sr. Thakur tells him to thank Phulwa instead, without whom there would have been no miracle. Mangroo looks at Phulwa with affection; the Sr. Thakur continues that by finding the boat, Phulwa has established the connection with the Chambal river for life. He then goes away from the spot with his gang.
Mangroo walks up to Phulwa and blesses her; he then asks for a favor from Phulwa and requests her to be born as his daughter in all his births; he then embraces Phulwa. Phulwa looks at the receding figure of the dacoit who walks away silently from the scene. She remembers about the promise he has made as a brother to protect her and smiles at him. The dacoit also smiles at him and goes away.
Arrangements are being made in Mangroo's house for Champa's wedding. The haldi ceremony is going to happen and everybody is excited. The girls bring Champa out of the house and seat her in the courtyard. The women assembled sing while the children dance about. One by one, they apply haldi to Champa.
The Panditji and Peer Baba comes to meet Mangroo. They tell Mangroo that since Phulwa has seen God in the river, she is a very special person and that Mangroo is fortunate to have her as his daughter. As a result of Phulwa's good deeds, the people in the village will look after the eating arrangements themselves and will bring supplies as well. Mangroo is happy to hear so; blessing him, Panditji and Peer Baba goes away.
Phulwa goes inside and brings Champa's gold bangle; she then runs out of the house with it, while Champa follows her. They run to the riverbank where Phulwa sits on a tyre hanging from the tree, not heeding to Champa's request to return it. Suddenly, someone snatches it from behind and both Phulwa and Champa are shocked. However, it turns out to be Ramsharan who returns the bangle to Champa. Champa makes a face at Phulwa and runs towards the house. Phulwa is angry with Ramsharan and tells him that she will not marry him at all. Ramsharan asks her as to who would care for her when he was ill; Phulwa tells him that he would get admitted into a hospital then. The two of them banter around a bit when Ramsharan asks her that if they are not married, then how he would take her to the city. Phulwa answers that she would go to the city with him but still not marry him. Laughing at her answers, Ramsharan comes and sits down in front of her and folds his hand, saying that today by seeing God, Phulwa is worth respecting too. Phulwa gets worried and tells him that Devi Maa would be upset with her. Ramsharan tells her that she is a very lucky person and hoped that after their marriage, he would become lucky too. Phulwa reminds him that it is Ramsharan only who has asked her to wait for another 5 years, before getting married. Ramsharan laughs at her once again and tells her to see their height difference as well. Phulwa replies that her Father always said that a person's groW*H is indicated by his/ her wit and intelligence and not the physical qualities only.
In the wrestling arena, The Jr. Thakur is engaged in a bout with one of their own men. He is so furious that he harms the wrestler and is about to kill him. The Sr. Thakur stops him and asks him to keep a control on his temper. The Jr. Thakur tells him that he is very angry with Phulwa since her claim to see God has changed the situation fully. The Sr. Thakur asks him to be patient and reminds them that a war cannot be won by brute strength only; one has to engage intelligence as well to win. Lakhiya is intrigued and asks Thakur why he let Mangroo go away. The Sr. Thakur tells him that one gives alms to the beggar not to make him rich, but to make him realize that he is a beggar and that begging is the only solution to him. He tells both Lakhiya and the Jr. Thakur that small news has created so much impact on the villager's mind, then they should think about the impact at bigger news would create in their superstitious mind. He goes onto tell them that people do not really fear God, but they fear demons.
While he is speaking, a fly comes and sits on his cup of tea. The Sr. Thakur tries to drive it away but the fly refuses to go. He then suddenly sees a servant mopping the floor. He calls out for a bottle near the bucket. When the servant gives him the bottle, he empties a portion of its content into the cup of tea and leaves it on the table. The fly drinks from the cup and dies immediately. The Thakur indicates the outcome to both Lakhiya and the Jr. Thakur; Lakhiya is impressed and touches the Thakur's feet who blesses him to be successful in his initiative.
In Mangroo's house, everyone is celebrating. Sona comes to meet them and Hemvati invites her inside. Sona tells Hemvati that she is ashamed that her family members had tried to harm Mangroo and family; she then joins them in their celebration. Babu brings a radio outside and suddenly the RJ at Radio Sargam announces that she is going to play a song as a special request from Babu, dedicated to his sister Champa on her wedding day. Everyone is surprised and starts dancing when the song starts.
Sona gets up and starts dancing as well, she then pulls Hemvati also to dance with the others. Slowly she slips inside the house and goes towards the window. Lakhiya appears near the window immediately and passes on a black bundle to Sona, smiling evilly all the time. Sona comes out and asks Phulwa, who is also dancing, to keep her umbrella inside. Phulwa goes in. Suddenly, an old woman turns around and is shocked to see something. The others follow her eyes and they are also shocked. Phulwa has come out from inside the room, cradling a black cat, with sindoor smeared on its forehead. Phulwa is happy and is petting the cat.
Precap : Sona asks Phulwa from where had she got the cat. Phulwa tells her that the cat was in Champa's room.
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