Aryan & Aradhya in mandir! Krishnadaasi 25th August 2016 Episode Written Updates :- In the last night episode of the TV series Krishnadaasi it has been shown Aryan has an encounter with Aradhya and he asked to her that he will be coming to the Shraddha Ashram anyway whether Aradhya will like it or not but he will be keep visiting the place as he loves Aradhya and hopes one day she will be come back to him.
Krishnadaasi Episode Written Updates
After much convincing by Bhamini, Aradhya decides to return home with Aryan without her much wishes as she doesn’t want to go home now anyway. At Krishnavati the Rao family is celebrating Janmashtami. Kumudini intervenes by saying that Aaba Saheb can’t perform Aarti alone as the god needs a real Krishndaasi to observe the rituals’.
Chima Ji asked to Kumudini that the Rao family will be doing the Puja ceremony of Janmashthami it has been decided but Kumudini gives the nod in her trademark style on this issue but she said that someone real Krishnadaasi must be present here in the Puja ceremony of Lord Krishna anyway.
Aaba Saheb gives the nod and both of them Aaba Saheb and Kumudini did the Aarti of Lord Krishna. Now for Janmashthami the Rao family organised a function in the evening in which traditional Marathi cultural events scheduled to the telecast.
Now suddenly everybody sees that Aradhya is coming to the Rao family with Aradhya and the family is rejoice to see Aradhya’s entry. But Kumudini is fuming on anger on seeing that Aradhya is alive. Shravani did her drama in Krishnadaasi attire and she announced that she is too happy to see Aradhya’s comeback.
Shravani also announced that now she can leave the Krishnavati without any tension as Aaru is alive and she is also happy to see Aaru’s comeback. She also announced that she will dance to rejoice the Aradhya’s comeback.
But eventually, the Rao family’s joy turns into a shock when Jairaj, disguised as a doctor and said that Shravani is pregnant. She also gets faint while dancing. Stay tuned for more updates on the TV series Krishnadaasi.