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    'Woh Toh Hai Albelaa': Saroj invites Sayuri and family to her haveli 

    The Monday episode of Rajan Shahi's "Woh Toh Hai Albelaa" started with Dhanraj consoling Cheeru and telling him that neither he nor his mother is wrong. He tells him that he is not scared of Saroj, but they should appreciate and respect her for whatever she has done for their family. He then asks him to choose between love and blessings otherwise he will be stuck for life. Dhanraj tells him that if he could do as he wishes then he would have brought Sayuri home. Kanha gets worried hearing all this and blames himself for whatever happened. 

    Kanha goes to check if Saroj is fine and uses a spy cam pen. He is shocked to see an unconscious Saroj and calls Cheeru at once. They break the door and are in tears to see Saroj in that condition. A doctor is called who tells them that her BP is high and it needs to be monitored every hour. Kanha apologises to Saroj and asks her to talk to them. The three brothers then sing "Tujhe sab hai pata hai meri maa" for Saroj. 

    The next day, Cheeru and Kanha go to Saroj's room but find her missing. He learns that Saroj is at the temple. Meanwhile, Sayuri and family get to know that Saroj fell unconscious and when they hear the temple bells, Indrani and Bhanumati get worried. They call it a sign that something bad is about to happen. 

    In the upcoming episodes, we will see that Saroj invites the Sharmas to the Chaudhary haveli. While the Sharmas are nervous about going back to the haveli after a really long time, Saroj welcomes them in leaving Cheeru and Kanha shocked. To know what happens next, keep watching the show.   

    Produced under Director's Kut Productions, "Woh Toh Hai Albelaa" features Shaheer Sheikh, Hiba Nawab, Anuj Sachdeva, Kinshuk Vaidya, Sachin Tyagi, Pallavi Pradhan, Sucheta Khanna, Mehul Buch, Nayan Bhatt, Somesh Agarwal, Suruchi Adarkar, Rachi Sharma and Vaishnavi Ganatra. It airs on Star Bharat, Monday to Friday at 9 p.m.





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