Pintu meets Krishna after her inquiry and learns about Pinky's misconduct towards her. Thereafter, he pretends to be a food vendor to cheer Krishna up. Pintu's convincing attire makes a family of four buy 'golgappas', an Indian street food, from him. He is later rewarded with money for selling the 'golgappas', which in turn motivates him to earn a living. Meanwhile, Pinky approves Tuntunji's file and hands him chocolates for Sonu. Later, Krishna encourages Ravi to start a business of their own.