In a thrilling sequence of events in Sony SAB’s Sab Satrangi, Mannu (Mohit Kumar) and Gargi (Kangan Baruah) are trying their best to keep Vishwas (Pulkit Bangia) away from Daddy Khushwa (Satyajit Sharma) and his goons. Their constant hits and misses have also kept the audience on the edge, giving them some nail-biting moments. However, the upcoming twist is bound to double up the excitement.
Mannu’s win in the carrom game excites an already insecure Vishwas who mocks him and boasts how he has successfully won over the Maurya family. Mannu, although triggered by the situation, chooses to stay quiet, remembering his conversation with Daddy Khushwa and his unsaid feelings for Gargi. While Vishwas shows off his overconfidence, Mannu realises that he has to keep him in the house for now. In a fit of rage, Mannu breaks Vishwas’s leg to make sure that he continues staying in the Maurya house so that Mannu can keep a close eye on him and his actions.
Mohit Kumar essaying the role of Mannu said, “Mannu knows Vishwas’s intent and that his feelings towards Gargi are impure. He promises Gargi’s father that he will take care of the situation and make Gargi realise that her feelings for him are not as platonic as she had earlier thought of. What I love about Mannu is that he doesn't want to break Gargi’s heart in any way so he devises a plan where Vishwas’s true colours get revealed and Gargi’s faith in love is also not broken.”
Kangan Baruah essaying the role of Gargi said, “Vishwas is the only man that Gargi has ever loved and trusted and as we know the journey of love is never easy. Even though Vishwas is finally close to her and in the same house, she wants him to leave. Gargi respects and understands the value of the family she is in and does not want to do anything that upsets them. And I feel this is where the unspoken understanding between Mannu and Gargi has started to stem from.”