Ishq Ka Rang Safed 12th April 2016 Written Episode Update

Ishq Ka Rang Safed 12th April 2016 Written Episode, Written Update on TellyUpdates.com

The Episode starts Kanak requesting Raja and his mum not to go from here. Dasharath also apologizes to Raja. Raja’s mum tells that they were insulted in the house and have bear enough because of Shalu. Kanak tells Dhaani that Damad is a avatar of God and you have insulted our God. She asks Dhaani to bend her head infront of Raja and apologizes with folded hands. Dhaani cries. Kanak says nobody will say anything now and asks Dhaani to come. Dhaani recalls Raja torturing her when she was married to his brother. She is about to fold her hands. Viplav stops Dhaani and says Kanak that dhaani will not apologize to anyone, as she has not done any mistake. Dhaani thinks she can’t let Shalu’s life to be ruined. She folds her hands and apologizes to them for her mistake and asks them not to leave

house. Raja says I will not accept the games which you are playing with me. He says I will not bear my mistakes again and says I hope you have understood what I want you to understand. Dasharath asks them to go to their rooms. Viplav is in is room and angry.

Dhaani comes to room and says Viplav. Viplav asks why did you bent down and apologize to Raja. Dhaani asks him to hear her once. Viplav says I didn’t like your behavior, and says I will kill him. He says Raja was acting to be innocent. Dhaani says he is very clever and is always a way ahead of them. Viplav worries that Raja and Shalu are in the room, and thinks if he does any thing wrong. Dhaani says I can’t let him to go as Shalu would have gone with him. Now we can keep eye on him. Raja hears them and thinks about Dhaani’s words. Dhaani tells Viplav that Shalu will not let Raja get closer because of the doubt. Raja gets thinking. Dhaani asks Viplav to come out and cheer up.

Raja and Shalu are sitting in the car already. Viplav and Dhaani sit in car. Shalu says our mood is also off, that’s why we thought to go out. Raja tells Dhaani that our relation is not going smooth since few days and asks her to start afresh. He calls her Suman….and says his bhai named her Suman with so much love. They come to the icecream shop. Raja orders icecreams. He brings vanilla icecream for Dhaani. Dhaani says I felt good seeing you taking care of Shalu. Viplav tells Dhaani if she would like to eat Pan. Dhaani says no. Raja asks why are you forcing her and says Suman Bhabhi/Dhaani don’t eat Pan. Viplav goes angrily. Dhaani follows him.

Dasharath tells Kanak that they will have food after kids come. Just then Viplav, Dhaani, Raja and Shalu come home. Viplav goes straight to his room. Dasharath asks Raja what happened? Raja tells he was trying to make relation with Viplav, but….

Dhaani comes to kitchen. Kanak asks why did you come to kitchen..and says I told you many times not to enter. Dhaani says when I made food for maha bhog, you didn’t have any objection. She says I have equal right as you have in this kitchen. Viplav hears her and takes her to hall. He asks her not to give reply to Kanak if she tells anything. He says when I am not happy, how can I keep you happy. Dhaani goes cryingly. Viplav follows her and locks the door. Kanak tries to hear them. Viplav wipes her tears and says our plan is working. They hug each other.

Precap:
Dasharath asks Viplav why he did he shout on Dhaani? Viplav says he has realized his mistake and couldn’t bear his mum’s insult. He says he wants to take all responsibility on his shoulder. Dasharath announces that he will give his everything to Viplav. Raja is shocked.

Update Credit to: H Hasan

180 comments

  1. Louella

    Guys I want to ask u all one question. The question is that now my and my friends summer vacation is started, so we play everyday in the evening. But we r bored playing the same games. So I wanted to know that in ur childhood what games u would play and how it was played. Plz tell at least one simple games as 2 children r small. And we r only 5 of them. Plz if u have any idea of some games plz tell me.

    • Nimisha ?

      When I was younger, many many many many moons ago, we used to play things like

      Hopscotch, all you need is chalk and a few stones,
      Rounders, maybe a but tricky with 5 but you could have it more like cricket and have 4 fielders and 1 batting
      Skipping, two turning a long rope and the other jumping in and out. We used to have silly songs.
      Skipping with two ropes going in opp directions.
      Jacks, small bouncy ball with some start shaped pieces but you could easily use small stones. You throw the ball up and catch it but you have to catch it But the ball can only bounce once and with each turn you also pick up a stone. So first throw the ball, and grab one jack/stone and catch the ball. Put that stone to the side. Next go bounce the ball and grab two stones and catch the ball. And so on so next Ho 3 jacks, then 4 and so on.
      It, where one person tries to catch the others. When the person who is IT touches another person you can either join forces or transfer the IT to that new person.
      KIngy, with a small tennis ball. A bit like IT where one person catches the others, but you this time you try and catch them by throwing the ball to hit them below the knee. If they get caught then you join forces where you can throw the ball between you to catch the others until you’ve caught everyone.

      Hope that helps. Can’t wait for our weather to get better here so I can play with my kids.
      Xxx

      • Anne

        I used to love jacks,they used to come in a whitish cotton drawstring bag,and the ball was v small with lots of bounce haha takes me back to pavement play ,All gone.xxx

    • AM

      I maximum time play cricket that time and in winter badminton is fav ..but cricket ka batt hi alag hae

    • Anne

      I used to like Statues, children would line up with about 1metre between. One child would stand about 4/5 metres away with back to line of children .
      The children would try to creep silently up to child with back to them.
      Who would turn round suddenly and randomly , the creeping kids then have to “Freeze” ,any movement or wobble means they take turns .to be the kid with back turned.??xxx

  2. shanitics

    Hey lols so on jumble comments day we have 2 announce 2 winners isn’t???
    One who found the most of the jumbled words and other who found the person…

    • Louella

      Swetha u r right. There will be 2 winners on comments day and this we will decide on the second day of comments day, okay? And remember that the first day will be called jumble comments day and the second day will be comments day

  3. Nimisha ?

    About comments day… Do we need to make sure this is okay with the moderators? I’m sure it will be but just wondering how it will work if comments don’t get through moderation quickly. Some days mine post in real time and on others it can take a good hour or two. Just an idea, but might be nice just to make sure they,re okay with the potential volume of posts. Xxx

  4. Hi gud mng nimmy . u have great writing skill. Childhood games well explaoned, even i used to play hide n seek, stapoo, poshampa, n tje one u explaoned jacksbut i dont think if children play all these as most of the time they r hooked to video games, PlayStation, facebook , n if thru play its just cricket

    • Nimisha ?

      Hi Renu. I’m glad it made sense. I forgot hide and seek. Used to love that too.

      To younger kids, raheja ones we used to play must seem like very old fashioned games, but my kids like to play things like that. They are definitely of the gadget generation but fortunately will have a go at things. As a family we also love jigsaw puzzles, a great way to pass time on a rainy day, which we get a lot of here, or if it’s too hot outside, which isn’t often.

      I also like colouring in. I’m not at all artistic but find colouring very therapeutic, so sometimes we all sit and do that.

      I probably sound quite boring, but we honestly all love it.

      Hope you’re having a lovely day. Xxx

      • Nimisha ?

        Not sure how raheja got in there…oops… My obsession with Mishal is taking over… Lol! ???
        I meant to younger kids, THE ones we used to play…

    • Louella

      Renu u r right. Today’s children r just busy in phones but I want to play with my friends in this summer vacation. But in our building most of them r boys and these boys r just disgusting. They give even bad words. So we stay away from them and I made an own group of ours. It’s fun to play in the evening with all friends. I m just waiting for evening when my friends will come to call me.

  5. Nimisha ?

    Arshdeep and Renu, Happy Baishakkhi to you too.

    Is this another of the Navratri festivals? Renu, I think you explained this a few threads back, so apologies for asking again, I couldn’t find the previous one. ?

    Xxx

  6. Louella

    Renu u r telling that children r always behind phones and all that accessories and this is true. My cousin brother is just in his phone and in play station. Before he was so naughty and childish but now he is so serious for small small things. He even has a fb account in just 12 years of age! I m really sad seeing all this.

  7. Louella

    Nimisha don’t worry about moderation. If comments r getting posted late, no problem, we have 2 days. The only thing we have to do is commenting. Just go on commenting and don’t think of moderation, okay?

  8. Louella

    Kavitha if silent readers r there they can’t play the game. At least they they can introduce themselves and comment. So no worries about silent readers

  9. Louella

    Saras mam r u ok? What happened to u? U mentioned in ur comment that u were crying. Plz tell us what happened.

  10. Louella

    Oh sorry Dr. Sweety I m very sorry. Varsha I m extremely sorry. U r in my student list, okay? And thank u my majnu ji.

  11. Nima

    ɦʟա ռɨʍɨsɦa, sօʀʀʏ ʄօʀ ʟatɛ ʀɛքʟʏ…. ɨ ʊsɛɖ tɦɨs ʄօռt ʄʀօʍ ikeyboard app….?

    • Nimisha ?

      No worries Nima. I was just being nosey. Thanks for the info. It’s very different to anything I’ve seen before.

  12. Hi nimmy DEAR BAISAKHI IS CELEBRATED AS BEGININING OF SPRING N END OF HARVESTING SEASON BASICALLY IN AGRICULTURE dominated areas OF PUNJAB N HARYANA WHERE FARMERS CELEBRATE THE HARVEST N THANK GOD FOR THE HARVEST N PRAY FOR A GOOD FOR YEAR AHEAD. JATTA AAYEE BAISAKHI.

    • Nimisha ?

      How lovely, a very important festival I bet. I hope it’s been a bumper year for crops for everyone.

      Xxx

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