Ek Mahanayak Dr. BR Ambedkar Written Episode 29 June 2021, Written Update on SenaDaily.com
All worried for Bala, Bhima Rao requested Ramji to search for Bala. Keeping Bala’s anger in mind, Ramji was worried about what would happen if he never returned. Bhima Rao said that H would come back as he did not know that the queen was gone.
The man handed over the gold that he had stolen to Maharaj. Maharaj told him something. The man assured himself of being trustworthy, he left. Maharaj said that from now on every night temples would be looted and the lower caste would be blamed for this. This would be a good revenge for them being against the construction of the temple.
Jijabai wanted to find Bala and tell her that everyone cares for her. Bala appeared in a drunken state and asked if he cared? He said that everyone is against him. Ramji asked if he had drunk alcohol. Bala admits to being drunk, he wanted to take Rani away because he loves her. Puranjan asks him to take rest as he was not in his senses. Bala didn’t care. He went to find the queen. His house was empty. He came to ask Ramji where the queen is. Ramji tells them that the queen has left with her husband. Bala questioned why no one stopped him. Meera said that Rani let go of her own free will, they were no one to stop her. Bhima Rao asked Bala to rest for some time. Bala did not want Bhima Rao’s lecture, without any discussion he accepted his mistake. Bala cried that he was wrong if he thought about his family, his life, his love or anything else. Jijabai took Bala’s hand, she did not consider him wrong. Bala asked why the queen was not stopped; He must have given her a chance to explain herself. Ramji angrily asked Bala to go inside. Bala said that Ramji was only a good father to Bhima Rao, for him Bala has always been the wrong doer. He will stay here and tell everyone about Rani and how her family was involved in her escape. Bala wanted to find the queen and question her. Everyone tried to stop him. Ramji caught Bala and tied him on the bed. Bhima Rani requested Bala to understand.
Sethji and Pandit came appreciating Ramji and Bhim Rao. He said that Bhim Rao should learn from this. God has tied him to a member of his family. Pandit said that that is why the wise have said that instead of the world and society, care about the family first. He reprimanded Bala for keeping an evil eye on women. Ramji knew to take care of his children, Pandit should take care of them. Bhima Rao requested him to leave. Sethji wanted to see how Ramji would treat his son. Pooranjan said that he should go, as he has nothing to do here. Mangesh did not come without getting a beat. Sethji claimed not to be afraid, saying that his religion would be broken if he stayed for long. Being aware of his behaviour, Mangesh chose to kill Sethji. Pandit interrupted, Mangesh asked him to move aside. Pandit worships Mangesh at the inauguration of his tea shop, he cures his wife from a snake bite, saying that if he does good, he can also do bad. This will affect his family. Mangesh lowered the stick. Sethji and Pandit left.
Bala begged to be free. Ramji tells everyone to leave, he ordered Jijabai to prepare the food and ordered everyone else to resume what they were doing. Bhim Rao said that Bala did not do well by drinking alcohol. Bala argued that he should not have returned. Bhim Rao saw Mangesh and left.
Bhim Rao inquired. Mangesh was worried about Pandit’s claim of cursing his family. Bhim Rao said that people live in contradiction to their belief system. Mangesh confronts him but Pandit’s claim scares him today. Mangesh said that when his wife was bitten by a snake, none of the herbs worked, but the Pandit’s mantra worked. Bhim Rao said that it was possible that the herb was affectionate, but the Pandit forced him to believe that it was his work, that if Mangesh considered his claim he would understand that the Pandit was a liar. Mangesh and Bhim Rao went to eat food.
Meera wanted to feed Bala, Ramji did not. He ordered everyone to stay away as Bala should be left alone.
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