A girl moves a few bushes away and sees herself lying unconscious on the ground. Few people pick her up and bury her in the desert. They cover the body well and leave from there. The girl stands up in shock and runs towards that place. She starts digging up the desert. A hand pulls her inside. She lands in front of a statue which opens its eyes just then. The girl wakes up screaming. The girl takes out her mother’s photo from under the pillow and hugs it tightly. She hears the sound of swords clanking.
A guy is practising. The girl addresses him as Baba. She runs and hugs him tight. He understands that she saw the same dream again. It was just a dream which disappeared the moment you opened your eyes. Now this fear will also go away. Sitara says it isn’t fear. I am just missing Ma. God called
Ma and left me here. He shouldn’t have done it. He does not care about me at all. She starts walking absentmindedly. He takes out a spear and starts moving out stuff from her way. He bends down to pick the remaining parts out of her way so she does not get hurt. He agrees that it would have been great if Ma was here but I also take great care of you. I am no less. She gladly accepts the fact. I will miss Ma today as it is her birthday. We have to go to temple. I will make cake. He suggests her to make it for Devi Ma. What if your Ma isn’t there? Devi Ma is there. She is hesitant that Devi Ma might not like to have it but he convinces her. She goes to make cake.
Sitara comes to temple with her Baba. She offers the cake to Devi Ma. They hear the sounds of dhol. Sitara and her Baba look on as Chote Raja and his wife enter with pomp and show. Sitara’s Baba goes away for a while when she is watching the procession enter in temple. Chote Raja and his wife pray for their nephew who is coming home today. Everyone leaves. Sitara’s Baba comes back just then. She wonders how that royal life will be. I want to go inside the palace once to see how that life will be! He calls it a sham. It is hollow from inside. Stay away from such thoughts even! She asks him why he got so upset suddenly. He warns her to stay away from such ideas. I have to go to market to buy some stuff. Go home directly. She nods.
Sitara is headed home. A lady suddenly jumps onto her. Don’t go near the Baoli. There is poison all around. Vishkanya’s rule that area. They took my daughter too. You shouldn’t go there. The lady runs away. Sitara looks a bit shaken as she resumes walking again. She jumps as a girl pats at her from behind. Sitara scolds Chanda for scaring her. Chanda asks her to come to palace to see Viraj. You will be called the friend of a prince’s wife if he falls for me. Sitara reminds her that they are common people. Those guys are hi-fi people.
Chote Raja’s son (Samrat) tames a stubborn horse and rides on it.
Chanda says we can atleast see those we cannot have. Let’s go. Sitara denies as Baba has told her against it. Chanda suggests peeking at them from far. They go atop an old building and look at the royal palace.
Everyone is busy making preps to welcome Viraj. Chote Raja, his wife and Samrat get into a conversation. Viraj’s parents join them.
Viraj’s mother reminds her husband that it is time to go to pick up Viraj. Where is Rajguru? Her husband shares that he is where he should be!
Rajguru is walking in the corridor. He goes to a room and unlocks the door. He closes the door from inside as soon as he steps in. He chants some mantras and another door opens. They are followed by many such mysterious doors. In the last room, few ladies are shown caught inside a web of holy chants. He looks at the statue atop the stairs (it is the same idol that Sitara had seen in her dream).
The ladies (Chabeeli, Albeli and Surili) taunt Rajguru that even after keeping them captive, they are still stronger like before. Let Vrinda Didi come back to life once. She will destroy everyone and everything! Rajguru looks at the statue in shock as the eyes of the statue sparkle blue.