Kaleerein 7th February 2018 Written Episode Update: Meera Exposes Boy and His Family’s Truth

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Meera’s family excitedly makes arrangements for boys’s family for Meera’s alliance. Ladies order dishes from hotel. Aman and his younger brother eagerly wait near door. Boy and his mother enter. Aman asks if they found house easily. Mother says whole locality knows Meera’s name. Aman gets tensed thinking they must have come to know about Meera rejecting 17 alliances already. Family introduces themselves and makes them sit. Boy speaks in his fake accent and mother throws tantrum.

Meera is brought. Mother asks what she has studied. Dolly says BA and asks if boy studied MBA. Mother says from London and asks Meera where did she study. Family gets tensed. Meera says from Queen’s college. Mother says she heard students speak fluent English there, if she can

speak. Meera speaks in broken English. Boy says she does not know English. Aman says Meera studied in Punjabi medium because he got heart attack once. Mother yells family tree has heart ailments. Daadi says her family is totally fit and fine and does situps and pushups. Aman’s brother makes her sit. Boy says he likes fit people. Mother continues throwing tantrum. Food is served. Mother asks Meera if she prepared them all and asks to tell dish names. Meera takes name right. Family relaxes. Dolly sees restaurant bill and steps on it. Mother says she likes honest bahu who can speak truth. Daadi says her Meera speaks truth.

Meera’s sister checks boy’s biodata on net silently. Mother asks Dolly to moves aside and shows restaurant bill. Boy shouts they are lier, whole food is from restaurant. Mother yells she does not want her son to be married in lier’s family. Family apologizes. Boy asks to apologize them. Family apologizes. Boy then asks Dolly to hold her ears and apologize as she lied more. Dolly holds ears. Meera says no and says now she will show boy’s biodata and shows his pics smoking and drinking and with many girls. Mother says she did not know about it. Meera says she was talking about morality and family tree, she is a big lier, her son is 31-year-old and not 25 as she quoted. Mother apologizes. Meera says her family values don’t allow elders to apologize. She asks boy to apologize. He says what. She twists his hand and murmurs something. He apologizes. Mother takes him away.

Daadi and whole family praise Meera. Dolly asks Meera why did she stop, she would have apologized more and convinced them. Meera says she is tired of all this, every boy rejects her with one or other weird reason, it is better she gets her married to some handicap. Dolly slaps her. Family stands in shock..

Precap: A lady introduces Vivan Kapoor as London’s most eligible bachelor. Vivan is seen jogging. Meera thinks let him come to Hoshiarpur.

Update Credit to: MA

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  1. Well going..

  2. I’m liking Meera more and more, her mother on the other hand is slightly baffling to me, why is she so desperate to marry her off that she would lie, it’s not like they live in poverty, in fact that quite the nice house they’re living in.

  3. Thank you Cathy for the info,and I do love Meera’s character.I loved the way she handled the foreign educated boy and his pompous mother whose only aim was to show off.Normally rural background youth lack in confidence as they feel inferior to city bred folks ……for various reasons ,the main being English speaking skills ,they study in govts schools which invariably follow the local language as the medium of instruction,English is just a subject for them and studied only from the examination point of view.Only students studied in Private schools are fluent in English but everyone can not afford them as they can n’t afford the fee.That’s what Meera’s father was repenting about.But Meera’s mother ,like most middle class mothers in India,is crazy about Queen’sEnglish and NRI match for her daughter.That’s why all these false prestiges and pretentions like being educated in Queen’s college (not any ordinary local college ) and preparing continental food at home as if eating Indian food is a sin.Cathy,I must say that the writers are doing a good job in portraying what is actually happening on ground here in small towns.
    As for the haveli like house the family is staying in ,only a small portion of it is theirs and they are only caretakers as the the real owners,their relatives ,are somewhere abroad.Hope to see the male lead Arjit Taneja soon.

    1. Thanks you for the clarification regarding the house that had me slightly confused LOL, Well i am always impressed by people that can handle more then one language even if it’s just a little, although i can understand some french i don’t dare speak it..i seem to have a bit of a talent when i travel to retain phrases but as soon as im back home i forget much of it, i guess practice makes perfect, as for the food let me just say I LOVE INDIAN CUISINE and the two restruants by my home know me by name. LOL in fact i adore world travel food shows, and one of my favorites is David Rocco’s Dolce India..i just drool when i watch his show. Whats better then Italian Indian fusion.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlhSHHy3osc

  4. Happy to have you here Lakshmi, even though your schedule is busy, you are here. I really like Meera’s character, she knows what she wants in life and even though she has been shouldering the family burdens somewhat, she still has maintained her youthful ways and haven’t resigned herself to becoming totally domesticated female… BTW… What’s the meaning of Kaleerein?? ….. I think Meera’s sister who covers for her, needs a serial for herself, she’s very pretty. Love it so far.. As with the topic of food, I absolutely ? Indian dishes. All I know to make is chicken biriyani, chicken tika masala and butter chicken and that’s because I buy the paste in dried form from the supermarket ( it’s from India BTW) and follow the recipe, but I can make it now by heart.. Lol…also, I’m a bit of an expert with traditional Indian dishes from my homeland, after all, that’s what I’ve been doing since I was able to turn a pot… Anyway…this is going interesting so far and I’m sure with a personality like Meera, sparks are going to fly steadily when she meets the hotshot businessman…

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