Her granddaughter Diya and son Chirag get into big time trouble and the saddest part is that circumstances lead to a situation where Sharda is blamed by family members for each misfortune that has befallen them! Sharda is shaken to the core. Her heart breaks and she starts questioning herself, but will she resolve to study waver...what will Sharda do, will she choose her dreams over her family or will she sacrifice all her small aspirations?
Talking about her experience Poonam Dhillon says, "Sharda excels in her coaching class projects because of her hard work and sincere efforts. But sometimes circumstances in our life cause us despair and others need a scapegoat. Sharda honestly feels herself responsible for all mishappenings that take place in her family. Since family is most important to her she accepts the blame that the family unfairly puts on her. Unfortunately, even today lots of people are of the opinion that a woman who's too educated will neglect her family. I feel that a woman does so much for family, but an educated woman does it even better with more awareness and finesse."