The episode to be aired on 7th September, coming Monday in Rajan Shahi and Star Plus' Sapna Babul Ka.. Bidaai will reveal to the audience the real culprit who is behind the death of Harshvardhan Rajvansh (Dadaji) of the house. Also, the reason behind Alekh losing his mental stability, due to the dreadful incident years back on the night of Diwali, will come to the fore.
Ranveer and Sadhana had earlier thought that Indrajeet (Avinash Wadhawan) is the culprit, but the entry of Bua played by Sulekshna Khetri changed the view point of Ranveer completely. Now the pendulum of suspicion has moved towards Vasundhara Rajvansh (Seema Kapoor).
"In the coming episodes, Choti Maa and Satyen ji will also fall into the radar of suspicion", says our source.
In all likelihood, the culprit is surely a member of the Rajvansh family, and most importantly a woman. According to our source, "The two women of the house, Vasundhara (Seema Kapoor) and Ambika (Natasha Rana) are apparently involved in the murder and the cover up activities that took place in the Rajvansh house. The manner in which they executed their plan and the reason for which they go about doing it will keep the viewers at the edge of their seats".
We called Natasha Rana who is speculated to be one of the culprits, but the actress completely denied the story saying, "Choti Maa is a very nice character. I don't think she is the culprit".
Our efforts to get something out of Seema Kapoor turned futile, as she said, "You will get to know all about it in just few days' time".
"Once the revelation of the mystery takes place, the story track will proceed towards the main concept of the show, which will be an interesting phase to watch", adds our source.
If sources are to be believed, there will be huge repercussions in the Rajvansh family with the big truth coming out.
Also, the buzz is that the production house is planning a revamp in the month of November wherein a new set will be put in place for the show. It is also heard that Sapna Babul Ka Bidaai has bagged a year's extension.
We tried calling Rajan Shahi, and even sent him a text message, but he remained unavailable.
But as for now, the count down has begun for the 'Black Sheep' of the house to get identified…
Reporter and Author: Srividya Rajesh