Hello people! Tell me honestly, did you guys watch Baahubali? Of course you did. At least majority of you did. That film since two years made half the billion population of India keep asking,’Katappa ne Baabubali ko kyun maara?’.
And tonight on Ishqbaaz we saw Anika going through that state, as on repeat mode she kept asking herself, ‘Shivaay ne itna bada jhoot kyun bola?‘. The question appeared so intriguing to her that the show even ended on that note only!
But Anika is indeed very lucky. Instead of two years, she just needs to wait for two days (until Monday) to know the answer of her ‘kyun‘.
Anyway, jokes apart, today before starting the article I would swear it on ‘Baahubali’…no ‘Billu Bali’…oops…no. Ermmm….let’s stick to ‘Shivaay baby’ only. But ‘Billu Bali’ isn’t a bad name? So we will use both.
So I swear in the name of ‘Shivaay Baby’ aka ‘Billu Bali’ (towards whom the entire IB fandom is as loyal as Katappa was towards Baahubali) that I will not mention Pinky Ponky in my article and will not dilute the positivity we intend to spread with our articles (in the typical ‘Vachan‘ is our ‘Sashan‘ style!).
We will speak the truth and only the truth and will not comment at all on the exclusive ‘motherhood’ of Pinky Ponky but indeed we will talk about other mommies.
Nakalchi Mommy Ki Bhains Gayi Paani Mein
So the episode starts with Anika questioning her fake mommy about her childhood. She asks why she left her. She also asked if she would have left her if she had been a boy and lastly, what would she have done if she had another child along with Anika.
And our dearest fake mommy slips in here badly. Without thinking twice she says that she always had only one child! That was the typical ‘Gayi Bhains Paani Mein‘ moment for fake mommy as she told Anika something about which currently only she is aware.
Dear ‘nakalchi‘ mommy, our dear Anika had a sister along with her whom she fondly remembers as ‘Chutki’. She was no only child and this is some sort of information that even your dear Damad ji isn’t aware of!
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