Dev pulls Vamika closer, believing she is Krisha, and Vamika falls on top of him. He pushes her away and apologizes, saying, “I thought Krisha was it.” She says it’s alright. Dev inquires if she requires anything. Vamika claims that you promised to play chess tonight. Vamika responds, “It’s okay, I used to play chess with my father every night but I will manage now.” Dev states that Krisha and I actually are. Dev prevents her from leaving and asks, “Are you ready to lose?” Vamika frowns.
Krisha cooks for Dev, and she says it’s so good that he’ll forgive me. Where is he? She asks him to come over for dinner and continues to wait for him. Give me some time, Devin says. The game is over for me. Krisha continues to wait for him before falling asleep. Dev becomes enraged and declares, “I can’t lose like this.” Vamika wins the game. Krisha wakes up and asks if she wants to eat before he leaves. I can’t lose like this, Dev says, and he leaves. Vamika tells Krisha that you cooked for him, but when Dev started playing with me, he forgot about you. You can cook once more because you have to. She goes. Krisha believes that this girl has a problem. She is looking down on my relationship with Dev in a negative light.
Rati is crying when Krisha enters the kitchen. She claims that I miss my baby. Krisha says that the baby wouldn’t be able to live, but he gave you strength, so stop crying and start fighting right away. Rati guarantees her She inquires if Dev consumed anything. Krisha says no because he was playing chess with Vamika and doesn’t care that I cooked for him. Rati mocks her and accuses her of being envious. You are correct, Krisha.
Vamika hides and looks at Dev as he swims in the pool. I should apologize to Krisha for not eating, Dev thinks to himself. Krisha doesn’t deserve Vamika, but Vamika thinks he’s married. Dev departs there. According to Vamika, I always got what I wanted.
Dev enters his bedroom. You don’t care that I cooked for you, Krisha mocks. She comes closer to Dev. Krisha says that I’m annoyed. Dev apologizes to her. Krisha claims that you have harmed me, are enjoying the company of other people, and have forgotten me. Dev pulls her back as she tries to leave. On his arm, he writes Krisha, the royal princess. He claims to be your princess. According to Krisha, I won’t allow anyone to separate us if they try. Krisha and Dev sit down to eat together.
Dev gives Krisha a hug as she goes to bed at night. He holds her in his arms and smiles at her. He goes to get water after tucking her into the bed. When Dev enters the kitchen and spots Vamika there, he inquires as to why she is crying. She gets water from him. I’m sorry, Vamika says, and I shouldn’t have been crying. Dev says you can talk to me about it. Vamika claims that everything has changed since I lost my family. I don’t want to cause you any trouble. Dev claims that since you are now a member of my family, you will never be a burden. According to Vamika, I have found a loving family. I’m grateful. She embraces him. Dev hesitates. Krisha enters the kitchen when she awakens. When she sees Vamika embracing Dev, she becomes irate.
Vamiks and Dev are playing chess. She believes I lied in order to spend time with him because she keeps staring at him. Krisha asks Dev to come eat there when she arrives. She is instructed not to disturb Dev. When Krisha goes away, she believes they engage in pointless games.
When Krisha enters the kitchen, she discovers Vamika embracing Dev. They disperse. According to Dev, I sought water. I just got a little emotional, Vamika says. Dev is taken there by Krisha.
When Jaya hears the door open, she sits in her room and becomes tense when she sees a man entering. She claims that I warned you not to come here. He fled, saying, “I had to come here.” Jaya is perplexed.
Krisha awakens to find Dev preparing for golf when she does. She asks, “Are you planning to model?” He says that Vamika and I are going to golf. I used to play golf when I was in college, and people used to cheer for me in the stadium, so Krisha says I’ll go with you. You don’t know golf, Dev jokes. He departs. Krisha claims that I dislike Vamika being near him.
Aarav calls Aditi and tells her to get her passport ready or we’ll run away. When Krisha arrives, she is prepared for sports. He hangs up and asks, “What is it?” Krisha insists that I learn how to golf. He promises to assist you. After he agreed to marry Vamika, she inquires whether he is concealing something. Aarav advises not to ponder much.
Krisha attempts to learn golf after meeting a coach. When the man hits Krisha on the head, she faints and is about to hit the golf ball. He is about to attack her, but a senior citizen arrives and beats the coach. He inquires as to for what reason would you like to kill her? The elderly man is dragged away after the coach beats him. Krisha is cared for there by a few security guards.
The doctor examines Krisha after she is brought to the residence. I don’t remember anything, according to Krisha. According to the doctor, you must have fallen. Dev asks Aarav to call the golf coach and inquires about the incident; he responds, “I will,” and then departs. I don’t remember anything, according to Krisha. Don’t worry, Dev assures her while holding her hand.
The man Jaya gives the golf coach his money after meeting him. He is asked by Jaya’s man not to show his face again.
Krisha is requested to rest by Dev. Vamika inquires about the existence of a ballroom dance club there. Krisha inquires whether their company is doing poorly. Dev claims that our business is doing well, but I will enroll in dance classes. This is a part of Vamika’s claim that you are successful in all royal activities. According to Dev, I desired to attend the classes with Krisha. There, every royal couple gathers, but she needs to rest now. I’m fine, Krisha says. Vamika is instructed by Dev to join Aarav in the classes and represent our family. Vamika says that since my parents died, I don’t like going to these events. Dev advises you to leave because he says you must advance in life and make a place in your heart for Aarav.
Vamika smiles as she takes the card and says, “I trust you, so I will go.” After telling Krisha that he would go get something for her, Dev left. Krisha inquires about Aarav’s plans after hearing about the dance classes. Why did you not discuss Aditi with Dev? Aarav says you should just rest because I can’t put her life in danger. He thinks that because Aditi might get in trouble, I can’t tell her about leaving this country.
We will travel to Europe, Aarav tells Aditi over the phone. Aditi claims that my father has instructed her not to travel with you prior to marriage. You should get ready to marry me, according to Aarav, who is correct. He hangs up when Vamika gets there. She insists that we attend the dance. I can’t go because Aarav says I can’t dance. You are correct, Vamika; I, too, can’t dance since my parents died. Let’s practice, Aarav tells her, and we’ll try as friends.
Krisha hears Rati say, “I’m going from here.” It would be better for me to simply leave because I am insufficient to punish Raghav. Krisha watches…Read more