Gurleen presents clothes and jewelry for Sahiba and asks her to wear them for reception and come down. Sahiba says she won’t attend reception. Gurleen understands her anger after her and her family’s humiliation, but if she doesn’t attend reception, people will badmouth Brars and the media will exaggerate the issue.
Gurleen takes Sahiba’s dress back thinking she had come here on Bebe’s order to get Sahiba ready for reception, but Sahiba asks why should she attend reception when Angad doesn’t consider her his wife and Manveer does not consider her her daughter in law.
When Angad hears an alarm, he sheds tears, recalling his love for Seerat. Ranjha Mera Ranjha… plays in the background. Servants bring reception dresses for him to try on. Angad asks them to keep them aside and closes the door. Veer walks in next and asks him to try a suit. Angad asks if it will hide his sorrows. Veer responds that Sahiba is a good girl and he is lucky instead. Angad warns him not to use Sahiba’s name and vents out his anger toward Sahiba.
Veer comforts him and tells him to get ready or else he will sing a song in his hoarse voice and bore him. Angad smiles and asks him to leave. Veer leaves. When Daarji notices Bebe sad, he tells her that they should share in their children’s happiness. He makes her wear a necklace and says his wife would be the most beautiful girl in reception.
Her granddaughters are now married, so he should stop flirting. He says he is still young at heart. She smiles. Prabjot walks in and complains that Sahiba rejected Gurleen’s reception dress and doesn’t want to attend. Gurleen walks in. Darji warns her not to speak about Sahiba’s status as she has the most precious thing among them all, her self-respect. Prabjot says Sahiba insulted Gurleen and doesn’t deserve such a costly dress. Angad leaves.
As Sahiba selects a dress for the reception, Angad walks in and asks if she will wear it. Sahiba says yes. Since many VVIPs, politicians, and business partners will attend the reception, he insists she wear Gurleen’s dress; it’s a matter of Brar’s dignity that he will not allow her to ruin it.
Gurleen tells Darji that Sahiba wants to wear her own clothes and not the clothes they gave her after the wedding because Sahiba already told him she’s not his slave and won’t follow his orders.
Angad says if a beggar is given a golden bowl, he will beg even from it. Darji warns her to stop and asks Bebe to go convince Sahiba since Sahiba never disrespects elders. Bebe refuses. Sahiba and Angad continue their argument. Angad insists on making her wear jewelry, but she refuses.
Sahiba walks to them and says Sahiba Brar is here, holds Angad’s hand, and says maybe he has problems posing with her. Reporters question Brars why they seem normal after such a dramatic wedding, and if everything is fine, why Sahiba hasn’t some down.