At the fort, Urmi and Samrat greet each other, and ask about each other. After exchanging nice ties, Samrat asks why was he called. Urmi says that she just wanted to, but he impatiently interrupts her citing work. Urmi says that she has something to talk to her. But she is hesitant. Samrat takes her to go somewhere private and alone, so that she can talk at comfort and asks Urmi what's the matter, as he has to leave soon, for work. Urmi first apologises, but he asks her not to bother. Urmi hesitatingly brings up the topic of Trisha, she tells Samrat about Trisha's opinion regarding him and immediately Samrat’s eyebrows tighten and he gets tensed, scaring her. He understands where this is heading. Urmi too is tensed. Furious Samrat responds rudely and asks if she has really called him to talk about Trisha. Urmi says that Trisha told they met before. He agrees and says that he wants to clear one thing, first, he doesn't like intelligent girls like Trisha, shrewd ones, and secondly he doesn't want to bother about her. Urmi again talks about her, but he says that he left his important meeting, but not for this. Urmi gets tensed. He asks if their is anything else. Urmi is silent. But Ishaan breqaks the ice, and brings some flowers for Urmi and gives her on behalf of Samrat pretending that Samrat got them, but forgot midway, in the excitement of meeting her. Samrat is frustrated at this. While Urmi blushes away, Ishaan desperately tries to get Samrat top romance her and soften up a little. He somehow manages to give the flowers, but finding it an utter waste of time. Urmi thank him, but Ishaan asks Samrat to atleast be courteous and say it's his pleasure. Ishaan then tells the two of them to get cosy, while he takes off.
Urmi, oblivious of Samrat’s true self, is in her own dream world, with her dream husband, Samrat, where his whole world revolves around her and romancing her, while he is actually getting increasingly impatient. As they head back, Urmi still isn't out of her dream sequence where she thinks everything would be picture perfect.
At Urmi’s residence, while Urmi’s family are talking about the use of costs and expenditure at the gifts, Trisha’s marriage comes up, and Trisha expresses her disinterest in marriage. Urmi’s mother says that woman need to be independant first but her sister in-law says that women don't have such choices in their life. Before a dueal can ensue, Urmi is being talked about. Granny tells that she said and has gone to meet her husband. While they are talking, Urmi returns blushing, with a bouquet of roses. She smiles when asked about her meeting with Samrat, but gets tensed seeing Trisha. They don't really mind it and get to teasing her, while she hides the roses. Trisha is tensed herself. Urmi’s father comes to her rescue, and asks her to go and meet who is in her room. Urmi recognizes the person as the lady who wets the cheeks with sloppy kisses. In comes Bua ji, living up to her repo, while all are irritated. She gets excited talking about Samrat, while Urmi blushes. Urmi's sister in-law again gets to gloating about her connection with Samrat. She kisses her too that she will have a hearty laugh at this.
While on the Terrance, Trisha asks Urmi about Samrat. Urmi tells Trisha about her meeting and that she had to meet him, as she can't ignore what she said. Trisha asked if she did talk. Urmi again emphasises that she had a misunderstanding about him, and he may be short tempered and not that much, that he becomes unlivable. She adds that he may have been hassled from work that day and emphasises that Trisha would definitely like him next time. Trisha sounds unconvinced. Urmi tells Trisha that he is just the husband that every girl dreams of. Trisha is convinced and says that they are happy if she is, and that she should remember that she should take this step only after, she knows that he would respect her despite loving her.
At Samrat’s residence, Ishaan asks samrat not to hurt his own people, and not to be that dry from work. He asks Ishaan to stop lecturing him, as it's his personality trait, and he can't help it. He adds that he can't romanticise. Ishaan asks him to be a little more cautious when dealing with one’s own people. He tries to make Samrat see the importance of little things in life, that brings about big happiness. Ishaan says further that he would again reverse Samrat to what he was, and make him realise that things are more important than business matters. But Samrat says that he doesn't agree, as money is most important, and talks materialistic. Ishaan tries to get him to the right direction but Samrat says that Ishaan would always come to his rescue and that he put him in an embarassing situation, and made a big problem now, by raising her expectations. He teases Samrat as to what did she talk about. Samrat tells what he said, when she brought up Trisha’s topic. Ishaan asks him not to say things like that, as she’s his fiancee after all. Samrat says that marriage doesn't mean that someone comes and starts interfering in every trivial matter of one’s life. Ishaan is shocked to see Samrat so dry and crude. He asks Samrat why is he marrying then. Samrat says that he is marrying, as one day he has to, and the girl is okay and fine, and liked by the family. Samrat adds that marriage is useless, yet compulsory, and hence wanted to get it done with. The screen freezes on Urmi and Samrat’s face, each oblivious of the other’s contrast thinking about marriage and spouse.
At Urmi and Samrat’s residence, Samrat and Urmi discuss their contrasting views about their marriage, with the other, to their best friend’s Trisha and Ishaan. Urmi is super excited that he is the perfect husband for her, while Samrat trivialises the concept of marriage with Ishaan. Trisha apologises to Urmi for her misunderstanding saying that she can always fend out for her and they have a fun time together.
The next morning, its Urmi’s haldi ceremony, with fun and frolic in the house and festivities in full swing. Urmi comes down and Urmi's family performs her Haldi ceremony as the marriage rituals of haldi begin one by one. Same is the case with samrat’s house, just that Samrat is visibly disinterested in such rituals. The haldi rituals begin, while her younger sister takes the chance to do it first but Urmi's sister in-law is given the first chance as custom demands. She complies and satrts the haldi ceremony. Then her sister is called on to do the honours. Trisha comes in and the sisters have a playful haldi session. Urmi’s father looks at her longingly, teary eyed, as she goes through the rituals. While the haldi ceremony is going on in Urmi’s house, while she shyly takes part, being teased by everyone. Samrat’s relatives are getting impatient for the haldi ceremony. On the other hand, Samrat is fully dressed up for work, he gets irritated when his family stops him for haldi. Samrat strictly denies being a part of his Haldi ceremony by declaring that he has some important work to be finished. Ishaan and others are tensed. His mother insists, while he asks her to go ahead with the rituals but he doesn't have the time. All are shocked. His sister in-law tells him that he would have to apply haldi, as it's his marriage after all and the ritual would be incomplete without him. Samrat reprimands her as she tries to come closer, and tells everyone that he has to go, and doesn't believe in all this. He adds that he maybe getting married, but he can't compromise with his work. His relatives try to talk about old traditions and popular belief behind this, but he taunts them and says that he is a nonbeliever. His father tries to convince him of the importance of these traditions, but he scolds him too. Ishaan finally comes to the rescue, saying that work can happen later, and marriage means lots of rituals. Samrat says that he doesn't want to understand and asks him not to begin and again reinforces his descision. His mother asks Ishaan to let go, singing to Samrat’s tune, surprising others, while Samrat approves of her. She says that she won't stop him, but for the sake of the ritual, he can just out a tilak, so that neither the rituals nor the work stops. He resignedly says yes. His sister in-law does the tilaik, and he finishes it robotically and walks out of the house in anger, while the entire house is enjoying.
After the ceremony, all are having a fun session and go onto teasing Urmi’s younger sister about finding a groom for her too. Meanwhile, Bua ji tells them that they need Urmi’s haldi for Samrat. Granny explains the importance and need of this ritual, while the young people are concerned about the hygiene of this ritual but granny says that it brings proximity and closeness between the couple. They start teasing Urmi too. Meanwhile, Samrat’s relatives are talking about how would Samrat cope with the rest of the rituals. His mother gives Samrat’s father the meds, while he is concerned about Samrat’s behaviour towards this marriage. She asks him not to worry, while he reprimands her for being so protective about her son and it leading to this extent. He asks what if Urmi’s family comes to ask for Samrat’s haldi. She asks him to relax and to let Samrat decide what he wants to do. Just then, Urmi’s haldi comes to Samrat’s house for him who turns out to be Urmi's brother, and while Urmi's brother gives Samrat’s family that, they ask for Samrat’s haldi too. Samrat’s family and Ishaan are tensed. They start making excuses that they were waiting for them only. Gaurav wonders where Samrat is and asks for Samrat and his mother lies, that he’s tired and he is hence resting in his room. His mother starts organising for snacks and calls out Ishaan to the side, while his father starts cahtting with them. In the kitchen, they wonder what to do now. Samrat’s mother says that they can send any haldi and pass it off as Samrat’s. Ishaan doesn't like this idea. They wonder what to do now. Meanwhile, the servant lady comes to them saying that Gaurav wants to meet Samrat. Both are tensed, while Samrat’s mother asks Ishaan to handle the situation. Ishaan is angry at Samrat but still says that he would help. Ishaan comes out saying that he has an important work at a place and asks Gaurav if he would drop him there. Samrat’s mother gives Gaurav the haldi, but is tensed when he expresses his desire to meet Samrat too now that he has come here. Samrat’s mother and Ishaan are tensed as to what to answer. Ishaan tries to distract him, but Gaurav insists. Samrat’s mother’s tensed hearing this.