Phulpakhru 6 July 2019 Written Update: Jyoti To Target Sameer And Manas?
In the previous episode of Phulpakhru, Atya asks Baba if he is fine with her staying with Manas and Vaidehi after her divorce. Hearing this, Baba gets angry and tells her to leave the house right. Seeing this, Manas, Vaidehi and Aai get shocked. Atya apologises to Baba for asking such a question.
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In tonight’s episode, Sameer reaches jogger’s park and looks for Tanya. Just then Tanya comes from behind and tells him that she had lied about cutting her hand because he did not reply to her messages. Sameer gets angry and yells at her for behaving childishly. A few moments later, Manas comes there and learns about Tanya’s lie.
Later, Vaidehi calls Manas to inquire about the situation. He tells her about Tanya’s lie and suggests her to talk to her. Vaidehi calls Tanya and asks her to stop behaving in an immature way. At home, Vaidehi tells Aai, Baba and Atya about a new technique to know a person better. She says that if someone stops talking to the other person and communicates using sign language then they tend to build a better understanding. Aai and Atya get excited and tell them that now onwards they will communicate through sign language.
At RBK, Jyoti gets annoyed because Sameer and Manas made them wait to start their rehearsal. When they reach office, she starts throwing tantrums saying that both of them are irresponsible about work and blames Revati for choosing the wrong people. Just then Revati arrives and hears this conversation. She asks Jyoti to stop creating issues and having a grudge against Manas. She then calls for an urgent meeting and tells all the team members to keep aside the fun and enjoyment and focus on the recording. After coming out of the meeting, Jyoti decides to ruin the recording and put the blame on Sameer and Manas.
Will Sameer and Manas get to know about Jyoti’s plan? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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