Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain 4 November 2019 Written Update: Tiwari Gets A Big Order

In tonight’s episode, Tiwari gets a huge order and Prem agrees to finance him. Tiwari appoints Anita as the managing director of his company.

Ashutosh Oak

November 4, 2019


3 min


In the previous episode of Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain, Angoori tells Vibhuti that she needs cow dung for the ritual of Chhath Puja. Just then, Tillu and Malkhan tell them that there is a scarcity of cow dung in Kanpur. Vibhuti assures Angoori to bring cow dung for her. On the other hand, Anita asks Tiwari to bring cow dung as she needs it for skin treatment.  Vibhuti and Tiwari come to Tillu and Malkhan’s house and see spinach gravy which looks somewhat like cow dung and buy it for three thousand rupees.

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In tonight’s episode, Tiwari gets a call from his business partner who gives him an order of 1 lakh undergarments and agrees to pay him 3 crores. He is wondering about financers and just then Anita comes there and she suggests him to talk to Prem Chopra. Fortunately, Prem agrees to finance Tiwari for the order. 

Tiwari comes near the tea stall and offers the job of a worker to Tillu, Malkhan and Tika. Vibhuti who is sitting next to them asks Tiwari if they have an opening for the post of a CEO but the latter tells him that Anita is the managing director so she will be handling everything. 

Later that day, Vibhuti comes to know through Angoori that the factory is in Tiwari’s house and he thinks of it as an opportunity to stay close to Angoori. Next day, Vibhuti comes for the interview and sees Tika, Tillu, Malkhan, Doctor and Master have also come for the same. 

In the preview of the next episode, on the first-day bat work, Vibhuti gets punished for being late. Tiwari asks him to hold his ears and do sit-ups.

What do you think will happen in the next episode? Let us know your thoughts in the comments with the hashtag #BhabiJiGharParHain.

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