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When we found the corpses... ...both of them were holding each other's hands. I had felt that they must be husband and wife. No. These two were having an affair. I've seen these two somewhere before too. You must have seen them going around together. There's that famous lover point in Mussoorie. 'No one in the world shares everything with someone else.' 'And if that person says so, then he's a very big liar.' 'These two were having an affair.' 'I had felt that they must be husband and wife.' 'I had felt that they must be husband and wife.' Why are they holding each other's hands? Please separate their hands! Why are they holding each other's hands? Please separate their hands! 'My ring?' 'Oh my God! Yash, this is so beautiful!' 'Thank you so much.' 'I'm sorry. I don't know what I said to you but this... ...ring is so beautiful! I am so happy.' 'Thank you!' Where's my ring? Yash had given me a ring. Keep the corpses in the ambulance quickly. Where's my ring?
Listen! You both sit in the ambulance. Sir. - Yes. - It's an accident case. The accident might've occurred due to the fog. Every incident looks like an accident in the beginning. We'll have to carry on with our investigation. Both of them were married and cheating... ...their respective partners. I don't know what must've happened. But keep searching. We might just come across some clue. Yes, sir. - Okay. Stop the ambulance. Open the door. What are you doing? I need to alight. Open the door! What are you doing? Just check on him. Don't you want to go to the hospital? Please come inside. Come inside. - Close the door. Please close the door. Hey! Get a stretcher! Just a minute. This is called rigor mortis. A person's body becomes stiff after death. It won't be so easy to separate their hands now. Why won't it be easy? What do you mean? Ma'am, please control yourself. Ward boys! Take away the corpses. Hold on!
Can't separate their hands? But why? Why can't their hands get separated? Why can't they do it? Hello! Zoya. Where's Yash? I've been calling him since morning, he's not responding. I hope, you haven't put him on curfew. That he can't talk to me and mom without your permission. Zoya. Zoya, I'm talking to you. I'm worried. Say something. Zoya, do one thing. Handover the phone to Yash right now. He... - Zoya. He... Yash... Yash met with an accident. Accident! Accident! What are you saying? Zoya, whose accident? Zoya! Zoya, answer me! Zoya! Hello! Zoya, I'm asking you something. Hello! Zoya! Hello! - Zoya! Yes, ma'am. This phone belongs to the lady who has come with the corpse. I'm speaking from St. Marie Hospital, Mussoorie. Mom! God, have mercy. Why is Zoya not answering the calls?
Something is not right. Noor's phone is also switched off. And the weather is also changing so fast. Are you listening to me? The number you are trying to call is switched off. Yash's phone is also switched off. I was thinking... ...I should invite Yash and Zoya for dinner on their anniversary. Have you ever celebrated their anniversary... ...that we should celebrate it now? I wanted to invite them every year. But I used to keep quiet every year because of you. What should I do? I've always suffered... ...because of husband and daughter's fight. Waseem. Waseem, it's been 5 years now. Please accept her now. I'd say, call Yash yourself. I'm sure he'll come happily. Yash won't answer my call. What do you mean by that? I mean... ...did he ever answer my call that he'll answer it now? Mom! Mom! Dad! Yash... Accident! Yash... Are you Aditya Hooda? You've been called inside. We need to perform the autopsy of both the bodies.
You take them for the final rites after that. We've found a few personal belongings. Spectacles, chain, wallet, ring, etc. Have a look. 'My husband should look... ...the most handsome of all.' 'Both the moms have bought rest of the jewellery together.' 'But I personally bought this for you.' 'It's delicate' 'You don't like heavy jewellery. How is it?' 'I like it a lot.' 'It's precious for me.' 'I will wear this Mangalsutra till the day I die.' Excuse me, sir. Are you Justice Hooda's son? Adi. Adi. Your daughter... Adi. How did you all come to know? Puja's ID... ...had the home address. And the police called on the landline. They must have told you Puja met with an accident. Did they tell you in what circumstances? Adi... - Good. I don't have to explain. Thank God. - Adi. Adi, listen to me. Are you alright? Fine? Let me see. Some time ago I came to know... ...that my childhood friend who was my best friend..
...and my wife who I loved a lot... ...was cheating on me. Yes. Obviously, I have to be okay. How should I be? I should be alright, isn't it? So, I am doing fine. I should be fine, right mom? Lower your tone, Aditya. We are in a hospital. There are people around us. And they know who we are. Our family is a prestigious family. I understand that you are in pain. But... ...what is the point of announcing our family matters? No, Mr. Hooda. No. You don't know. You don't understand my pain. Adi. - In fact... ...you will never understand what I am going through. And about announcing... ...our family matters.. ...then what is there to worry? Everyone is an expert in this house. Adi, please calm down. - Calm down? Mom, unlike you I don't know how to be quiet and calm. I was trying, but what happened? You asked if I am fine. Were you asking me, or were you telling me to be alright? As you are doing fine. All my wife did was she cheated on me. Deceived me. I should be alright. I should ignore all this and move on in life.
And you, Mr. Hooda. You must be proud of your favourite daughter-in-law. She maintained our family tradition. She made you proud. Congratulations. Adi. It's useless talking to him. Mr. Hooda. Doctor, I want you to finish the procedure as soon as possible. I want to take her back to Mumbai. Mr. Hooda, don't worry. It will be done. Please make sure... ...the media don't know anything. I hope you understand. I heard you're collecting donations for your new cancer ward? 'Tell me whether you are my mom or Adi's mom?' 'You always take his side.' 'I'm your mom. Only yours.' 'I have only one daughter... ...whose lovely, a little temperamental and emotional.' 'And that is Puja.' Excuse me. You cannot wait here. The body is kept here for the autopsy. She is her mother. Please give us two minutes. - I'm sorry. We have orders from top to settle the matter quickly. What do you mean by settle the matter? Is this the way to talk to someone! Don't get angry, we are just following our orders. Please leave now. Aunt. Aunt. - Yes.
Come on. No. Nobody in Mumbai should know of this affair. Tell them anything. Tell them she had come to Mussoorie for some work and... ...she was involved in an accident. Are you listening? I'm listening and understanding as well. Adi was right. The people of this family... ...have experience in hiding such matters. Yes, so the time has come... ...to use this experience. But this time it's causing pain to my son... ...and I cannot tolerate that. It's not his fault. I cannot let him suffer like me, Harsh. I'm living with this burden everyday but... ...living this way is not everyone's cup of tea. Zoya. Drink some water. Please. Drink it for my sake. You are Yash Arora's wife, right? Please sign on this peer list form. Yes. Zoya, sign on the form. Then we'll go home. How can I leave him alone and leave? Come on. I'll come with you. Aunt... ...have some water. Aunt, you should go and meet Adi. After Puja... ...you are the only one who can talk to him.
How do I go in front of him? What Puja has done will never change. Why don't you go? You're his brother. He will get support. Once the autopsy report comes and... ...Puja arrives... ...then I'll go. What difference will the autopsy make? Whatever had to happen... ...has already happened. It makes a difference, aunt. Whatever happened... ...why and how did it happen? We should know about it. The reports are here. I hope everything is fine, doctor? Everything is fine, Mr. Hooda. It was a normal accident, that is all. It has been mentioned in the report. You can claim the bodies today itself. Body? How can you call them "body"? She is my sister-in-law, a part of my family. How did you prepare the autopsy report so soon? Are you sure... ...that it was a regular accident. That's all. Control your emotions. Thank you, doctor. We will miss the last flight to Mumbai. We should leave now. But dad... Get ready to leave. Make the arrangements... ...to take your dear sister-in-law to Mumbai. Go. Come with me.
Come here. - How will I... ...leave Yash and go? How will I... - You tell me how will... ...you go in spite of knowing what all has happened. And wonder where all he used to go, leaving you. Dear Zoya... I can understand your pain. I can see that you are in grief. But it doesn't mean that everything turns out to be false. The truth will never change. He had an affair. He was cheating on you. For God's sake, do not say such things. Please... A lie when repeated does not turn into a truth. I accept that they had held each other's hand. But does that mean Yash was cheating on me? I know him very well, dad. He cannot do this to me. Do you know... ...he had told me this morning... ...how much he loved me. It is not possible. Zoya... - Please listen to me. Listen to me. Yash was in the habit to help others. You know his nature, don't you? So... It might be possible...
...that woman must have asked him for a lift. And at the time of the accident... ...she must have held his hand out of fear. What are you saying? - Yes, dad. That woman must be in agony. And... Maybe her husband would torture her. And, she must not be happy with her family. Anything is possible. I am telling you... Maybe her husband would abuse her. Applause! Seriously? There should be an applause for you. Your innocent husband was trying to help a helpless woman. This is why they were holding hands. I am the husband of the poor helpless woman. What do you think? You think I raised my hands on her? That I tortured her? Look at that. The entire family has come to take her home for the last time. Her funeral will be like a function. There would be nothing amiss in the function. He is... ...my younger brother. He knows everything about her. However, no one can dare to say anything... ...bad for his sister-in-law in front of him.
The husband that you are talking about... ...who according to you used to abuse her... ...knew her since she was 12. My wife... ...was my childhood friend, my best friend! She told me... ...that she is going to Chennai for an exhibition. I am sure that your husband must have lied as well. What did he tell you? A meeting? An important meeting? Open your eyes and realise... ...that our partners were cheating on us. In fact the truth is... ...that your husband... ...and my wife... ...were fooling us while having fun with each other. Please keep quiet. I don't know how your wife was and I don't even want to know. However, I know how Yash was. He can never do this to me. Until when? Until when will you keep lying to yourself? Until when will you pretend as if nothing happened? As if your innocent husband... ...has done nothing wrong? As if he did not cheat on you. As if he did not deceive you?
Until when will you not agree that he has cheated on you? There is a limit to stupidity! Has God given you brains? I get it. Your husband must have done this before. Whenever your husband must be coming home with a lipstick mark... ...then either you failed to see it... ...or if you saw it, you must be feeling that it is yours. Do you know why? That is because you are a fool. You are a fool and you deserve this.
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