Thanks for being so patient! Here goes the update -
B&B's money is out in the open, but soaking wet and of no use now.
Amma finds out the truth about the whole scam.
Guddu and Runjhun are having money problems in the house and business.
Kalsanwali and Mittho come to Amma's room and try to convince her to go to a Goddess temple. Kalsanwali tells Amma that all her wishes will be fulfilled if she prays to the Goddess with a pure heart, and that Amma should leave the very next morning with Bantu and Billo. Amma is reminded of how Pappu Yadhav threatened to auction the house, and agrees with K, saying when there is no hope anywhere, one should turn to God for support. She adds that they should all join her, especially since they claim the Goddess to be so powerful.
Mittho immediately excuses herself tactfully saying she is worried about MD and doesn't feel like leaving her alone in her current condition, and that however well Kukkan might take care of her, it won't be the same as having the mother around. Amma agrees with her, saying she should be near MD, and that the rest of them will leave in the morning. Kalsanwali also joins in telling Mittho not to worry about anything, and to fulfill her duties as a mom, and that she will go with Amma. She tries to leave from there and fakes a fall and sprain on her ankles, and starts crying out in pain. Looking at her pain, Amma asks her to be more careful and to rest at home, and declares that she will go with Bantu and Billo.
Early next morning, after Amma, Bantu and Billo have left for the temple, the four evils in PN are desperately searching for the money that B&B have hidden. They are looking in B's kitchen, the pillows, their room, in every nook and corner of the house, inside and outside. They are exhausted from the search and are about ready to give up, when Kalsanwali notices the sacks outside their house which were used to hide the bag of money by B&B, and says why leave that one place, let's just check there as well. They move the sacks with great difficulty, stamping on them to check if there are any money bundles inside. Kalsanwali carries the white bag containing money and sets it aside in a water dump, and they continue with the checking. They finally give up saying there is only garbage in those sacks, and leave from there.
In Shukla Niwas, Runjhun is looking fresh and beautiful in her violet saree (new hair-style with straight hair), doing her morning pooja at the Tulsi stand in the yard, when Leela aunty arrives with another neighbor Vimla, who invites RJ and Guddu for Mata Pooja at 4 in the evening, saying they should surely come for the pooja, and that God will surely bless them with a new house. Leela aunty also joins in and invites them both for the pooja. RJ gets emotional and says that she is really touched by their closeness and affection. As the two ladies are leaving, a young chap enters their house and says that he has been sent to repair the pipes. RJ tells him that she doesn't know much about those things, and to check all the pipes in the house and fix them as required. He comes across with Guddu near the kitchen door, who tells him to check everything nicely and let him know if anything is wrong. Guddu is on the phone with someone discussing about money. The person says it will cost him 3 lakhs, and Guddu says that thats a lot of money, and then adds that he will do something about it and hangs up. RJ is listening to the conversation, and asks Guddu what the matter is, why he needs so much money all of a sudden. He tries to ease her concern saying its not a big deal, and that in order to carry on their business he needs to buy more inventory which would cost about 2-3 lakhs, and that she need not worry about anything as he will take care of everything.
The repair boy is leaving, and Guddu asks him how everything is looking, to which he replies that all the pipes have burnt in the fire, and that it would cost about 8000 to 10,000 rupees to fix everything. He tells them that either he could fix them, or they could buy the pipes from elsewhere. RJ dismisses him saying she will call if they need him to do the work.
RJ is expressing her concern and worry to Guddu about arranging so much money for the household expenses as well as the business, and Guddu assures her that she need not worry about all this, and that he will handle the situation somehow. Then he gets into a lighter mood and starts teasing her saying besides, she is a Bhagonwali, so being her husband makes him a Bhagonwala, so things will get fixed automatically due to her good fortune. She complains that she not happy about him hiding things from her, and that it makes her sad to see him face all the problems alone without sharing any of them with her. He calms her down saying he agrees that they are having some monetary problems right now, but that its not a big deal and there is nothing that cannot be handled. He reassures her that he will take care of all the money matters, and asks her to just take care of the house and bring it back to the old self.
Leela aunty comes in again to remind RJ about the pooja in the evening, and leaves. Guddu hugs Runjhun and tells her not to worry about anything.
Back in PN, Amma returns with B&B from the Goddess Temple, and asks them to pay the rickshaw. Billo starts brooding over their current state, saying they had to sell their store and jewellery for the house and that they are left with no money now. Kukkan quickly comes to the rescue and offers to pay the rickshaw off, and Amma thanks him saying if it wasn't for the him and the boys, she would have had to beg to her kids for each and every penny.
Billo notices the white bag containing the money in the water dump, and starts crying at the condition of the bundles of money. The whole bag of money is soaking wet and become mush to the touch. Kalsanwali comes out of the house and listens to all her rambling. She goes in and calls the rest of the clan, and accuses Billo and Bantu of lying and cheating them. She taunts at Billo saying she couldn't give birth to kids, but gave birth to imaginary goons and lied about the theft. Billo threatens to expose their ugly truth and says that they know very well that Vishnu was the one who borrowed money from Pappu Yadhav by producing fake paperwork. Amma is at the door listening to their whole conversation in shock. Kalsanwali demands for proof for all that she is saying, to which Billo retorts that she doesn't have to prove anything to them, and that they know everything about the theft and even Rajju's involvement in the scam. Both the ladies start a catfight, and Mittho joins in, too. The three women are having a tug of war with the money bag, accusing each other. The men join in too, and the six of them are holding onto the bag and pulling it towards them, and in the process, the bag bounces up and the money flies up in the air and onto the floor. All the six of them rush to the ground and start feverishly collecting whatever they can. Amma is watching this pathetic sight in disgust and calls out to everyone asking them to stop the fight. Billo immediately goes and complains to Amma saying she should slap the other four just like she had slapped Bantu when he was wrongfully accused, and that its not fair that they have to pay up for the other people's mistakes. She states how Vishnu had forged the papers and mortgaged the house, and now everyone else is paying for his mistake. The brothers start arguing again, and Amma is grief-stricken watching all this, and starts crying and collecting all the money, but its dissolving to her touch. She wails miserably at her state, praying to God to release her off the burden of her life, or return her live savings.
Kukkan steps in and rushes to Amma's side and tries to console her. Amma sadly relates to Kukkan saying she shouldv'e probably died when they tried to poison her before, atleast she wouldn't have had to see this day. MD also comes in. Kukkan is annoyed at the evil mama mamis, and says that he is surprised and shocked to see that their heart doesn't even melt at the sight of their own mother crying miserably. He curses them that a day would come when they will be in Amma's position, crying helplessly, and there will be no one to help them. He angrily blasts at them saying they are such lowly people who wouldn't even hesitate selling their own kids if needed. He is frustrated at their whole attitude of depending on someone else to run their house, instead of working hard on their own and earning their bread.
Pappu Yadhav walks in and greets Amma.
Precap : Amma requests Pappu Yadhav to give some more time, and assures him that she will return his money soon. He replies saying he sympathizes with her condition, and agrees to grant her time till evening, and says that he will start with the auctioning the next morning.
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Edited by dhruvie05 - 12 September 2011 at 10:59am