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Udaan 27th November 2018 Written Episode Update: Tejaswini consoles Chakor

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The Episode starts with Anjor asking Raghav is he drunk. Raghav says no, I was just having fun, I just wanted to say you should play. Anjor says you should have not drunk wine. Tejaswini says he is apologizing to you, it means he is brave. Anjor asks really. Raghav asks her to hug him tomorrow. He goes. Chakor looks on. Tejaswini asks what’s all this Chakor, I thought all our enemies and problems ended, why did Suraj get drunk this way. Chakor says whatever happened in last few days, this has affected us badly, he won’t repeat this mistake, don’t worry.

Chakor comes to room and sees Raghav. He starts demanding the changes in the room. She asks him to keep his demand lists in his pocket, she didn’t open a hotel for him. She asks what do you think, you proved that you are a big cheat, you felt bad that I pointed gun at you, you started this and robbed my house, don’t test me, next time I will shoot you. He threatens to tell Suraj’s death news. He says I will tell everyone that I m Suraj’s duplicate. She scolds him for his cheap thinking. He twists her hand. They argue. She hits him. He faints.

She cries and goes out. She thinks of Suraj. Rajjo finds Raghav asleep and goes to check. Tejaswini says I will find out what happened to Chakor and Suraj. Leela sees Rajjo going to Suraj’s room. Tejaswini sees Chakor crying. She gets worried. She consoles Chakor. She says our relation has gone through many phases, you are imp than a daughter for me, I trust you more than Suraj, you can tell me the matter. Chakor cries and hugs her. Tejaswini says how dare Suraj fights with you. She pacifies Chakor and takes her along. Rajjo drags Raghav away and puts him on bed. Her hand gets stuck. She gets worried. Tejaswini gets Chakor to the room.

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