Payal and Palak see the clay and ball and ask Yash if the gifts were for them. When Yash states that the gifts were for Ansh, Payal and Palak tell him that boys like to play with toy guns. Yash understands his folly. Yash immediately rushes to the toy shop and buys a toy gun for Ansh. He comes home and gives the gift to Ram Dulare to hand it over to Ansh. Ansh gets elated to receive the gift and immediately starts playing with it. Yash gets happy to see it. At the dinner table, Ansh starts playing with the cutlery again. Yash softly reprimands him. Ansh immediately apologizes and promises to behave henceforth. Aarti is relieved while the rest of the family is pleased. Aarti goes to Payal and Palak's room and tidies it up. She sees some sketch pens lying down and bends to pick them up. She crawls below the table to pick up all the pens. Yash sees Payal and Palak's room neat and tidy and thinks that Ram Dulare must have organized it. He sees the girls' scribbled note lying on the floor and bends down to pick it. He is stunned to see Aarti below the table. Aarti is unable to utter a word in front of Yash.