Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani 23rd September 2015 Written Episode Update
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Rana ji was playing shooting game. He thinks about the faces of the people who tried to misbehave with Gayatri. He thinks Gayatri had been attacked, and no one other than Kunwar ji can do this. But he needs to prove it. Gayatri passes through the hall, watching the long moustache security man she laughs out. Rana ji asks if she thinks this is funny. He drags her to him and asks her to take an aim, he helps her with the gun. Gayatri only looks at Rana ji, he asks her to take an aim and shoot. He reminds her it is there in front, shoot Raani Gayatri. Gayatri hides her head in his chest as soon as the Rana ji pulls the trigger. He says if her own hands shiver she shouldn’t have made fun of him. He takes a real gun and blow all the bottles. Gayatri stands, her ears shut down. He tells
Kokilla watches Gayatri and thinks there will be more fun in a few days. Kunwar ji comes there, he compliments her ring. Kokilla says she knows he is saying this only because this ring contains the herb that will let Gayatri go crazy for a little time only. Rana ji comes there, Kunwar ji asks if he has come to look for the preparations. Rana ji says he was thinking about all the attackers, he thinks if the attackers are taking his silence as weakness. He doesn’t react only because he had promised his father to keep the family united, but at that time he was Kunwar Indravadhan, now he is Rana Indravadhan. He has now promised to protect his Rani as well, he must forget the promise of a son now and be a Rana ji. Kokilla asks Kunwar ji that Rana ji deterred him, won’t he do anything. Kunwar ji says someone else can do their work as well, Mr. Wilkinsons.
Gayatri was passing by the corridor when she stops at the photo of Rana ji. She sends the men inside the kitchen and thinks that Rajputs get angry at once. She watches a man cleaning the swords and goes to take the sword from him. The servant tells her that this is a special and the most favorite sword of Rana ji. She assures she will clean it well. Gayatri takes the sword to kitchen with her. The cook is afraid why Gayatri brought sword with her, Gayatri smiles that this isnt for him and keeps it aside. Raaj mata comes to ask Gayatri why she isnt ready yet. Kokilla comes there and says Gayatri is hungry since morning, she tells a cook to prepare juice for Gayatri, then goes to prepare a glass for herself and mixes the herb in her ring. Gayatri finishes the glass at once. Raaj Mata asks Gayatri to come with her. Gayatri thinks she will clean the sword once she returns.
Laksh, who was stalking Gayatri comes to take the sword in his hands and smiles.
Rana ji comes down to take his seat in the hall. Mr. Wilkinson arrives with Kunwar ji. Swarna and Gayatri come downstairs together. Mr. Wilkinsons comments that the new Rani is a common girl, she must be really lucky for them. Kunwar ji asks Mr. Wilkinson’s if he has forgotten he met her on Raaj Mata’s birthday as well, she can really be dangerous for him. Mr. Wilkinson’s remembers his insult in hands of Gayatri. Kunwar ji says that she is from common people and will speak the language of common men. It can cost British government a lot.
Gayatri at once feels dizzy. Kokilla thinks her herb has started to work, she comes to ask Swarna to get her a glass of water. Swarna says she will bring it herself. Kokilla says to Gayatri that today it is her crowning ceremony, what is a British doing here and who is he to stamp her position in the palace. They have stolen everything from India, she wants someone in their country who can show these British their right place. Kokilla comes to Kunwar ji, he asks if something happened. Kokilla says the herb has started to show its action, she won’t herself know what she is saying.
PRECAP: Mr. Wilkinson’s come to say to Gayatri that he has requested the British government to accept her as Raani. Gayatri stands up and throws the crown from Wilkinson’s hand.
Update Credit to: Sona