In tonight's Teri Meri Doriyaann episode, Sahiba (Himanshi Parashar) receives different reactions from her family members. Ajith urges her to return home, but Sahiba questions if they doubt her ability to take care of herself and requests their support. Santosh insists she comes back, not wanting her to walk alone. Keerat expresses her support, too. Meanwhile, Riddhi and her friends, who are watching from a distance, plan revenge on Sahiba due to an earlier conflict.
Cliffside art class takes an unexpected turn:
In an open class held on a cliff, the teacher instructs students to create paintings inspired by their surroundings. Sahiba, feeling nervous, begins wandering around a clothes-drying area. Due to the weather, papers fall from Sahiba's hand. A man nearby starts following her, and he saves her when Sahiba slips near-boiling water. She wonders if it's Angad (Vijayendra Kumeria) but doesn't see him. The man returns her papers and hides, repeating her name strangely. Riddhi interrupts Sahiba's painting session by stepping on her artwork. Sahiba stands her ground, vowing to recreate her paintings while reminding Riddhi of her own losses. Undeterred, Sahiba picks up her painting and walks away, leaving Riddhi fuming.
As Sahiba continues her painting, a pink cloth falls on her, triggering a flashback of her time with Angad. A child retrieves her clothes and leaves. Meanwhile, the strange man, who appears to be obsessed with Sahiba, clicks her photo and compares her eyes to those of his mother.
Angad finds solace in Gurudwara:
Angad is seen crying in a gurudwara, and Seerat (Roopam Sharma) tries to console him. He initially rejects her help but eventually agrees to accept her support as a friend. However, he insists that he wants to forget Sahiba. Sahiba finishes her painting, but some of it falls. Riddhi taunts her, drawing parallels between the fallen painting and Sahiba's broken marriage. Sahiba counters, asserting her identity as an artist and not defined solely by her marital status. The strange man, overhearing this, believes Sahiba to be confident and sees himself as her "Mirza."
In the precap of Teri Meri Doriyaann, Angad receives a bouquet of flowers and assumes Sahiba sent them. He confronts her, angry about receiving flowers after their breakup. Sahiba denies sending them and finds a note from Mirza, hinting at a mysterious figure with sinister intentions.