Ajit forewarns Jhumko that danger is around the corner for the Ray family on the day of Bhoot Chaturdashi. Jhumko challenges him that nothing bad can happen to her family as long as she is present.
Ellora loses all moral values in order to gain supreme authority of Ray Jewellers. She does not even hesitate to utilize to exploit her son for her own interest.
Pannalal fumes at Jhumko, assuming that she has betrayed him by taking the advantage of his faith in her. He believes that Jhumko has handed over all the property deeds to Ajit after stealing them from his cabinet.
Jhumko confronts Ajit for insulting her in-laws. She calls his bluff when he challenges to take over Ray Jewellers from her family.
In an attempt to safeguard Baju, Gunja and Nolok accuse Jhumko and Kohinoor of stealing the property deeds from Pannalal's room. However, on interrogating the security guards, Kohinoor comes to know who is the real culprit.
Baju enters Ray mansion late at night with the help of Gunja. Nolok manages to retrieve the cupboard key from Pannalal's room in order to steal the property deeds.
To everyone's surprise, Biru and Tilki also claim their stakes in the property just as Baju did. Only Ellora, who is pleased with this news, meets Baju to chalk out a plan to fulfill her motive to destroy the family.
Everyone mocks Ellora when she chants a differenet mantra instead of an actual one during Lakshmi puja. Finally, Jhumko takes over the responsibility of the puja and observes all the rituals by herself.
Baju files a case against the Ray family and claims for the property. Gini meets him to come to a mutual agreement but in vain.
Ellora doesn't want Jhumko to take part in puja and gather praise. She decides to perform Lakshmi puja all by herself, but no one backs her as Ellora has hardly performed any such pujas before.
Ajit refuses to accept Jhumko's gift as she belongs to his sworn enemy, the Ray family. He also counts Jhumko as his rival and is determined to ruin her family.