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He wakes up and says he is tired and let him sleep. She says he loves sleep and not wife, she wants to know how they celebrate independence day or else Baa will taunt her. He agrees and says let us make arrangements for tomorrow. She excitedly hugs him.

He writhes in pain and says she is not light anymore like before. She says she is, maybe people are taking her lightly and not offering her job. He says he knows how it feels, every person has to go through this phase, being jobless is not a joke.

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She says money is important and being useful is more important than that, she likes enjoying Sundays but not everyday as Sunday. He says she can do household chores. She says she is not born for that as she has seen Anu working hard and its not her cup of tea. He consoles her that she will get a job soon. She thanks him.

Next morning, Anu walks out of house dressed as a Maharashtrian woman holding laddu thali, Vanraj and Kavya as a South Indian Man and a Muslim woman, Baa and Mamaji as Rajasthani woman and man, Pakhi as a Punjabi girl, Toshu as a Muslim man, Kinjal as a Bengali woman, Samar as a Punjabhi man, and Nandini as a Kashmiri girl.

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Hum India Wale.. song plays in the background. Baa looks at Kavya and says good girl, she then tells family that they will celebrate independence day first and Bhaila’s surprise happy birthday next. Mamaji jokes that Britishers left India after knowing that didi/Baa is going to be born soon.

Family laughs. Anu searches her money and says she had brought it to give it to Anu. Pakhi asks her to relax as its just 100 rs. Anu says one who earns money knows the value of even 1 rs. Samar finds her 100 rs. Anu checks it and says its her money itself. Samar says mummy is cross checking it. Vanraj says Anu from the beginning checks serial number.

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