Doosri Maa 8th March 2023 Written Episode, Written Update on TellyUpdates.com
The Episode starts with Yashoda saying where to search him, nobody saw him. Krishna asks her not to worry and says we will search him. She says I will bring tea for you. Amma calls Yashoda and asks if Ashok is found. Kamini asks if you met him. Yashoda says not yet, but we will find him soon. Aastha and Nupur ask her to find him. Arvind asks her to tell, if there is any problem. Yashoda says I will tell you. She says Babu ji, I know you are there and assures that she will bring Ashok ji back. Bansal tells Kamini that her plan to prove Krishna as Ashok’s illegitimate son has backfired. Kamini asks him to do something so that they don’t meet Ashok, else bhai will convince Amma and babu ji to accept Krishna. Bansal asks her to pray that Yashoda and Krishna don’t meet Ashok.
Krishna comes to the tea shop and asks for two tea. Ashok hears Krishna’s voice, but doesn’t see him as Krishna bends down to pick the fallen money. He thinks when will my past leave me. Krishna senses something and looks on smiling. Ashok and Krishna don’t see each other. Krishna takes the tea and leaves. He recalls seeing the blanket clad guy. He returns, but Ashok is not there.
Yashoda recalls and a FB is shown, Ashok tells Yashoda that today he will take her for city tour. Yashoda says you makes me do all the work. He says he will take her to Haridhwar in old age and they will do teetra yatra in a smart way on the bike. Yashoda asks are you sure. He says yes. FB ends.
Krishna comes back and asks yashoda to drink tea. Yashoda says she was thinking about Ashok ji. She tells that he used to say that he will take me to haridwar on his bike. She says don’t know why he left. Ashok says now I understood why my mother used to ask me to earn money and take her to Haridwar. He says he might have promised her the same thing as well. Yashoda tells Krishna that Ashok ji didn’t give her anything new, dreams and promises were also of someone else. Krishna says he felt sad, when someone talks about my mother this way. Yashoda says I don’t have problem with her, she turned out to be my sautan and sometimes jealousy came. Krishna asks if you are her sautan or she is your sautan, whatsoever, but the same guy betrayed you both. They go to search him again. A guy asks if his mental stability is not well. Yashoda says he is fine.
Yashoda and Krishna come to the hotel. The receptionist asks their names. Yashoda tells her name as Yashoda Ashok Gupta. He asks for Krishna’s name. Krishna says he is Krishna Mala, her husband’s son. He tells that they have come to search his father who ran away. Yashoda asks the receptionist to send some food for them. The receptionist says ok.
Krishna’s voice echoes in Ashok’s ears. He sees two girls praying and prays Khushi khush khushi khush….Some people hear him singing. Yashoda thinks of Ashok. He recalls happy times with his wife and children. A sadhu comes to Ashok and asks him to return, from where he has come. Ashok says if I return then everyone’s peace will go, everyone will hate me and will not have relation with me. He says I can’t answer them and don’t have the courage to face the truth. He says they might be hurt with my absence there, but everyone’s wounds will be healed slowly. He says nobody will get happy and I will not be happy too. He says I have to take diksha and take sanyas. Sadhu says then don’t try to catch the past.
Yashoda asks Krishna, why you said that stranger guy that you are my father’s son. Krishna says I will not lie to anyone and will face the truth. Aastha calls Yashoda and asks if Papa is found. Yashoda says not yet. Just then the hotel staff guy comes there, singing Khushi Khush. Yashoda asks where did you hear this song? The guy says he heard someone singing it. Krishna asks him to take them there. They run to go there. Aastha and Nupur inform everyone that Papa is found and Mummy went to bring them. Arvind says we will have party once he returns. He rejoice. Yashoda, Krishna and the guy are running. Ashok is in dilemma.
Update Credit to: H Hasan