Nagen offers Rupmati Bai alcohol, but she refuses to drink and says she is not a courtesan singer and sings only devotional songs. When she begins her song, and her narration of Radha-Krishna’s story, Nagen’s guests get upset. Rupmati Bai hears Nagen’s name, realizes that he is not Dwarika, and wants to leave. However, Nagen’s men hold her captive. Nagen’s friends then go to Janbazzar to humiliate Dwarika’s family. But Ganesh recognizes them and tells Dwarika. Trilokya then tells Dwarika that his men saw a palanquin enter Nagen’s house at night. Dwarika is sure that Rupmati Bai is at Nagen’s place.
Rupmati Bai is picked up by Nagen and his men and taken to his house. Rupmati Bai thinks Nagen is Dwarika. Meanwhile, everyone at Janbazzar is wondering where Rupmati Bai is. They wonder whether they will find Rupmati Bai before the evening function in their house for which prominent guests have been invited. Meanwhile, Nagen plans to make her sing in his house before his guests who are eager to see a raunchy song and dance. Rupmati Bai tells him she does not perform this sort of song and dance.
A little boy who called Ram Lala meets Gadadhar at the temple and hugs him. He then plays a prank and opens Haran Thakur’s `dhoti’. However, no one other than Gadadhar can see him and everyone including Sarada thinks Gadadhar has gobe crazy. Later at the Radha-Krishna temple the boy appears again before Gadadhar and eats up the `payesh’ offered to the lord as `bhog’. Everyone is surprised when they see the empty bowl.
When Gadadhar expressed his desire to experience maternal love towards a deity, Ma Kali blessed him that he will soon experience it. Next day, an ascetic comes with an idol of Ram Lala to Gadadhar and says he wants milk for his child Ram Lala. Gadadhar is surprised to see him treat his idol of Ram Lala like a living child. Later, the idol of Ram Lala drinks up all the milk offered to him when Gadadhar affectionately requests him to drink it. Everyone is amazed to see this miracle. Ram Lala then refuses to leave the temple and Gadadhar asks the ascetic to stay there.
After Gadadhar finishes singing the `kirtan’ Landlord Ambikacharan falls at Gadadhar’s feet and asks him to take him under his care. Gadadhar tells him to promise to respect his wife Jogen and not embarrass her again. He tells him that if he must intoxicate himself, it should be by chanting God’s name. In Janbazar, Kumudini makes food for the first time for her husband and her brothers-in-law. Padma and Jagadamba tell her to cook all by herself. When she serves the food to Dwarika, he says it’s the best dish he ever had and will not share it with anyone. Raghob tells Kamala to keep it aside for him. Kumudini tastes the food and realizes she forgot to add salt. She is touched that Dwarika saved her from embarrassment.
Kumudini wants to tell Dwarika everything about her past but is interrupted by Annada and Kamala and is unable to do so. However, Dwarika tells her he does not care about her family background. Next day, Dwarika calls a photographer to the Janbazzar house to click portrait pictures of the young couples and tells them about a new gadget called the camera. At the temple, a drunk landlord called Ambikacharan walks in and says Gadadhar has promised his wife Jogen that he will make him give up alcohol. Gadadhar welcomes him and says they will get intoxicated together.
Dwarika and Kumudini get married before the sacred fire and Dwarika takes her to his Janbazzar home. However, Padma who is the head of the family after her mother’s death refuses to perform the welcoming ritual and asks Dwarika to take her and leave. Annada performs the ritual and welcomes Kumudini but says she must take Ramchandra and Padma’s blessings.