Posted: 16 February 2012 at 3:02pm | IP Logged
GG sulking about how the beggar, Ghanshyam Das, is making more money than them when in comes CC and Jhingur. Sirjee then comes with the stockbroker and says that approximately 30 lakhs rupees have been invested in this company by Ghanshyam Das. CC deduces that the maximum amount the beggar must earn a month is 3 lac rupees, then how could he invest 30 lacs?
The stockbroker then tells the police that a woman in a burka came and invested a lot of money in the beggar's name. This lady had a red stone ring on a finger of her left hand. CC vows to find her.
The pplice call in the newspaper owner, Paras. BP tells him that he should not publish Jhingur's obituary the next day. This would confuse the criminals. They would contact him and as soon as he hears from them, he should inform the police.
Meanwhile, the three evil-doers see that there was no obituary published today, and they should find out why? But they have to be careful as the police is on their heels. The burke-wali meets Paras at a remote location, and asks him why he did not publish the obituary. She tells him that she knows he is involved with the police and now she will kill him. However, just in the nick of time, BP and GG arrive and save Paras, while the burke-wali runs away. Police runs after her.
They reach a bangles vendor, where a whole gang of Burka-clad women are standing. Also they find the red ring on the ground, making the real criminal difficult to identify. GG try unvieling some, but just get slapped in return. They're confused as to what to do, when in comes CC.
CC tells the police that she can identify which lady is the criminal, and goes to one and lifts off her veil. Turns out it is the nurse, "Ponay paanch baj kaye kya?"
CC tells she identifed her because even though she had thrown off the ring, there was still a mark on her finger where the ring was worn.
The nurse accepts she was behind all this, reason being that Jhingur had taken over her father's business and become rich by unfair means. And she wanted revenge. By publishing his obituary daily, Jhingur would be in constant stress, would lose all his money and she would be avenged. GG haul her off to jail.
CC and BP still at the bangles shop, and Sirjee offers to buy CC bangles, but CC calls him Timepass Pandey
and runs off. She comes back, smiles and asks him to put on the bangles on her hand. Sirjee starts, but gets nervous and runs off. CC smiles and says "Carry on!"