Teri Meri Doriyaann: Rumi fires a gunshot at Sahiba as she attempts to flee
In the upcoming episode of Star Plus' show Teri Meri Doriyaann, Sahiba tries to escape from Rumi's clutches but is caught, and Rumi displays his dangerous and possessive nature.
Published: Friday,Oct 20, 2023 06:30 AM GMT-06:00
In tonight's Teri Meri Doriyaann episode, Sahiba (Himanshi Parashar) is desperate to escape from Rumi's (Harsh Rajput) control. Thinking he can win her over, Rumi offers her barbecued mushrooms, claiming he knows she loves them. Sahiba seizes the opportunity to request a bathroom break, to which Rumi responds that everything is the same in the jungle – bedroom, bathroom, and washroom. She pleads with him to let her go, and he reluctantly releases her, cautioning her not to venture too far. Taking advantage of a momentary distraction, Sahiba sneaks away quietly, attempting to remain unnoticed. Rumi catches a noise and asks if she's still nearby. Sahiba confirms her presence, distracting him as she makes her escape.
Meanwhile, Angad (Vijayendra Kumeria) observes Sahiba's family conducting her final prayers, believing he must intervene because Sahiba is alive. Veer recognizes him and advises him to avoid the last prayers. Angad, however, insists he's there to stop the service because Sahiba is still alive. The police, who are looking for Angad, arrive there, prompting them to hide in the prayer room. The police inform the Brars that they are searching for Angad and request their cooperation in capturing him. Angad manages to leave without being detected, considering that he should approach the inspector himself before being captured.
Determined to escape, Sahiba makes a run for it, but an alarm goes off, alerting Rumi. He rushes to her and admonishes her for her escape attempt. Sahiba warns him to stay away, but Rumi shoots her in the leg, causing her to fall and bleed. He sadistically shoots his leg to understand her pain, then forcibly carries her back to the wrecked plane. In this traumatic situation, Sahiba recalls her unjust treatment of Angad and regrets comparing him with Rumi. Rumi continues to exhibit his unstable and psychotic behaviour as he tends to Sahiba's wound.
Precap: Rumi forces himself on Sahiba, attempting to marry her against her will. Angad, determined to rescue Sahiba, declares his intention to intervene.