In the previous episode of Phulpakhru, Sameer comes home with Manas and questions Tanya for involving Revati into their matter. Tanya blames her saying she is the reason why all of this happening. The latter loses his temper and tells her that their relationship is over and warns her to never try to contact him. Next day, when Sameer goes to the office, Revati appreciates his dedication and wishes him luck to achieve his dreams in life.
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In tonight’s episode, Manas asks Sameer to call Tanya and talk to her once. The latter says that their relationship is already over and he doesn’t want to talk to her ever again. A few moments later, Vaidehi calls Manas and tells him to give the call to Sameer. She tells him to call Tanya as it is urgent but he requests Vaidehi to stop forcing him.
At home, Vaidehi calls a lawyer whom she knows to get her case studies and also discuss Atya’s property papers. Later that day, Atya gets a call from Kuldeep and he threatens her to give her consent by doing signatures on the property papers or else they will have to face consequences.
At RBK, Manas and Sameer share their college memories with their colleagues and tell them how they used to have fun in their college. Just then Sameer suggests everyone to go out and have chai near the tapri. While standing at the tapri, they see one of their friend running and a few men running behind him to catch him. He then comes near them and takes their help to hide from the people but doesn’t recognise Manas and Sameer thinking they are just look-alikes.
The moment he recognises them, they look really happy to meet each other. After a while, everyone returns to the office except Manas and Sameer as they are talking to their old friend Gaurav. When Revati comes to know about it through Jyoti, she calls Manas to the office immediately.
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