Joined: 12 July 2006
All are dancing on Kal Ho Na Ho's "Maahi Ve", Maansi is standing there uncomfortable/tensed. Both Anoop and Maansi are dragged on the dance floor, Anoop smiles while Maansi continues looking uncomfortable but manages to dance a little.
Sahil takes his seat in the mandap and Shivani is lead to the mandap by her sister. As Shivani walks up she almost trips and Maansi tells Shivani to be careful. Shivani is held on by her sister from falling. Wedding rituals start and everyone is happy except RajLaxmi.
The priest tells to do the gadbandhan ritual and asks for it. Shivani's mother is taken a back and asks Shivani's sister where it is who nods her head not knowing where it is. Meanwhile RajLaxmi looses her cool and asks the priest why he stopped suddenly. Shivani's mom asks Shivani where the gadbandhan is. (Guys I am sorry I don't know the English word for gadbandhan, but it's like a rope which is connected from the Groom's shawl to the Brides dupatta.)
Shivani tells her that she left it in the basket and realizes she forgot the basket at home. The priest asks how could they forget the gadbandhan and without that the marriage can't continue. All are tensed and Shivani's mom apologizes to RajLaxmi. RajLaxmi taunts Shivani saying she heard she is a weddingplanner. Maansi saves the day saying to the priest she has a new shawl and if they can do the gadbandhan with that. The priest tells her it's possible and asks her to bring it. RajLaxmi is stunned while the rest is relieved.
As Maani's takes out the shawl Bhabi signals her with her eyes asking her what she is doing. Maansi looks on confused but Bhabi signals towards RajLaxmi who as usual does not look too happy. Maansi is taken a back but continues with why she left and goes ahead and does the gadbandhan.
While taking phera's everyone blesses the couple by throwing flowers but RajLaxmi lets them deliberately slip from her hand, this is noticed by Sahil and Prabha and Prabha looks on mad.The rest of the rituals are completed and the Bidaai (departure of the Bride) takes place. RajLaxmi is fuming and Sahil is also looking mad at her.
Shivani's mom tells her that now her Sasural is her home and advices her to not let them complain. Shivani nods. Shivani's dad folds his hands to RajLaxmi asking forgiveness for whatever happened and that he is giving his daughter's responsibility to her. RajLaxmi moves to say something but Prabha holds her, controlling her. RajLaxmi says it's already late and they should leave as they have many rituals at home also they need to preform. Sahil steps up and tells Shivani's dad not to take any tension as he will take care of her and gives his mom a meaningful look.
RajLaxmi preforms the welcomings ritual and Maansi tells Shivani to enter the house. Sahil takes blessings from his mom and she blesses him lovingly. Shivani is also blessed.
They go and 'play' the ring searching game, Maani's bhabi explains what they have to do and that whomever finds it will have to upper hand in this relationship. Shivani is to one to find the ring. RajLaxmi is not happy but fakes a smile.
After the game Sahil yawns saying he is tired and tries to leave. However he is stopped and all pull his leg knowingly. RajLaxmi spoils the mood asking Sahil to come up with a better excuse and he better not say they need private time to know each other better. Because they already know each other before their marriage, right?
Precap: RajLaxmi tells Maansi by getting Sahil married she only fulfilled her responsibility and tells Maansi that being the elder daughter in law if she also fulfills her responsibilities it will be best. She further tells Maansi not to interfere between her and Shivani.
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