As Mallika drove the car, Anika’s horrible past came in front of her eyes. ‘I like Anika a lot, I will give her a lot of happiness, I won’t ever let her get sad, her problems are mine now,’ Daksh said. The alliance was fixed and she gave Anika’s hand in Daksh’s hand. A tear rolled down her cheek as she recalled how she was happy when her life got settled. ‘Mehendi laga k rakhna, doli saja k rakhna, lene tujhe o gori, aaein jo tere sajjna,’ Mallika said teasing Anika as Daksh went. Anika laughed. ‘I love you di, thanks for telling dad to find someone for me first then for you,’ Anika said and kissed her forehead.
Mallika wiped her tear, it was very difficult to cry and drive at once. But she couldn’t stop her tears as her sister who was once a happy soul had forgotten to smile. Daksh closed Anika in a dark room and she started banging the door. ‘Daksh, please kholo na, andheray se darr lagta hai,’ she cried, Tia came there and stood outside as she heard her screaming. Just then Mallika came in that house to meet Anika and asked Daksh about her.
But before she met Daksh, she met Tia as she saw her outside the store room. She ran upstairs and stood behind her but Tia didn’t notice her as she was busy in focusing on Anika’s voice. ‘Anika,’ she called out banging the door. ‘Tia please, mujhe kholo na, please Tia,’ she said panicking. ‘Tia, what did you and Daksh do with her? Open the door right now!’, Mallika said angrily, Tia tried to open the door and saw that it had a lock on it. ‘I don’t have the key, wait a second,’ Tia ran downstairs and went to the kitchen.
She took a matchbox and came back upstairs. She lit the matchstick and kept it on the keyhole of the lock and the lock opened with a small burst. The duo rushed inside and saw Anika in a corner and was short on breathe, she was claustrophobic. ‘Chhoti, dekh main agayi na, chalo yahan se bahar chaltay hain,’ she said to Mallika who was whimpering silently. She forwarded her hand towards her. ‘Ajao, main tujhe kuchh nahi honay doongi,’ she said and Anika placed her hand in her hand and stood up hugging her immediately.
The duo took her out. ‘Chhoti, what has happened?’, Mallika asked after Anika had calmed down. ‘Tia and Daksh were already married, he just married me for a kid, they both have betrayed me, they took my Shivika from me,’ she told her. ‘No Anika, I didn’t want to take your child, I m against what he did,’ Tia said and Mallika slapped her. ‘How dare you? You were her friend right? Why you did this? She always helped you and what you did? You’re a stain on friendship’s name, if you were a friend, you would’ve stopped this marriage,’ she shouted.
‘You were too dumb to agree,’ said a voice and they turned to see. It was Daksh. ‘You got her married to a random person, and how dare you slap my wife? Tia, you okay?’, he asked. ‘You should ask that to Anika,’ Mallika said angrily. ‘You shut up! Anika is a trash which I m going to throw out of my house today,’ he said and held Anika’s arm. ‘Daksh leave her,’ Tia said. ‘Quiet!’, he shouted and pulled her downstairs. ‘Daksh, you bastard, leave her, leave!’, Mallika said following them. ‘Please let me take my daughter, let me meet her,’ Anika pleaded.
He stopped at the entrance of the house. ‘Get lost Mallika, else I will throw her out of the house, go!’, he shouted still having a tight grip on her shoulder while she struggled to free it. ‘Are you going?’, he shouted. ‘I will go taking her,’ he said. ‘You don’t have any self respect, both sisters are dramatic,’ he said and pushed Anika and after some steps, she fell on the floor. ‘Chhoti,’ Mallika gasped and ran to her, Tia was shocked as well and ran to her but Daksh caught hold of her arm firmly.
‘Stop, if she stays here, you will get away from Shivika,’ he warned. ‘Daksh, what’s her fault if I m infertile?’, she asked. ‘Nothing, but I can’t hear people calling you infertile,’ he said. Tia looked at Anika who was crying continuously on the floor and felt sorry for her. ‘Do you want to become a mother or you don’t? Do you love Shivika or not?’, he asked. ‘I want to, but not like this,’ she said and ran upstairs. She came back with a little girl of about five years in her arms. She cried while coming downstairs and went outside to Anika.
Daksh looked at her with anger. ‘Anika, your daughter,’ she said and gave her to Anika. She smiled happily and hugged her. Daksh came there angrily and grabbed her arm turning her towards him. ‘What are you doing? Are you mad?’, he shouted and Mallika stood before Anika and held his collars. ‘If I don’t get you beaten up, then change my name, chal chhoti,’ she said and helped her stand and was taking her but Daksh took Shivika and pushed Anika, Mallika held her. He took her away while Anika kept pleading to him standing on the entrance and he closed the door. ‘Daksh!’, she shouted and turned to Mallika and ran to her giving her a sudden hug.
Tia felt weak on her knees and ran to Daksh who was going upstairs but he ignored her. They reached upstairs to their room and he kept her back on the bed. ‘Daksh, yeh tumne kya kiya? Ek maa ko beti se alag kar diya,’ Tia said cryingly and Daksh cupped her cheeks. ‘Kabhi kabhi kisi k achhay k liye bura karna parta hai,’ he hugged her. ‘I want my daughter, di, di please,’ Anika whined. ‘Chhoti chal yahan se, tumko tumhari beti main la k doongi, tujhe bharosa hai na apni behen pe?’, she asked and Anika nodded. ‘Bas, chal yahan se,’ she took her. Mallika didn’t realized a truck was coming from the opposite direction and it clashed with their car breaking the door of the driving seat and she fell out of the car banging her face on the big ruining her face and fell unconscious.