Gangaa 9 January 2020 update: The next morning, Amma plans about speaking aloud as soon they both come out.
Gangaa update thursday 9 January 2020 update: Sagar and Ganga arrive together, Sagar whispers they should tell them about everything. The ladies begin to discuss aloud about a competition with Sagar and Ganga.
Madhvi tells Sagar that Pulkit and Supriya think they consider themselves more sensible than themselves; but she consider them as much mature. Pulkit and Supriya challenges them for competition. Sagar calls it childish, saying they came to speak to them all. Sagar signals Ganga to speak. Ganga agrees for competition. Everyone give each other a victorious look, Amma ji decides evening for competition.
Ganga thinks she needs sometime, her heart says she would get her old Sagar through this competition. In the room, the family discuss their intention is to remove the differences between Sagar and Ganga this way. Niru assures Amma ji it will be as they have thought to be. Sagar asks Ganga what the need to accept the challenge. Ganga qualifies it’s for family’s happiness.
They gathered in the hall. Niru announces the rules of game. Niru instructs Ganga and Supriya to follow their husbands’ instructions and reach them. It’s a wife’s challenge to pass through each testimony and reach her husband. The race begin. Madhvi blindfolds the wives.
Pulkit and Sagar instruct their wife through tyres. Sagar and Ganga were complaining to each other. They have an argument, Sagar turns to leave the game. Ganga removes her blindfold, and wonders why he didn’t already tell he didn’t want a play. Sagar slips from tyres. Everyone breaks into a laugh.
Ganga taunts she made this hole for himself. Pulkit goes to help Sagar. Niru announces that Supriya has won this sensibly.
In the room, Ganga comes with the ointment while Sagar stood shirtless. He asks what is she doing, Ganga gives him the ointment. He attempts to apply it over his back. Ganga comes to do it for him and puts the ointment over his bruise. Sagar smiles watching her in the mirror, but doesn’t let her notice. She goes towards the wardrobe, while Sagar wears his shirt.
Ganga discuss with him about the next challenge. They must practice well for dance. Sagar says they will manage like today, and he doesn’t care if they lose. Ganga says she does, everyone challenged them and she wanted themselves to win. Sagar thinks this was much of attitude from him, then stops Ganga asking what to do. Ganga ties their feets with a cloth piece to match their steps with each other for coordination. Madhvi watches them practice together. Ganga slips into Sagar’s arms. Madhvi smiles, thinking this is what they wanted; then hides herself away. Sagar was irritated by the practice, and leaves the room smiling. Ganga was irked.
The next morning, Ganga comes to Supriya who was upset on the table. Supriya discuss there is something wrong, Pulkit is much concerned about Kashish. Although, Kashish needs their attention, but she also deserves her husband’s attention. There is a knock at the door, a man had arrived with a pack for Kashish that she left on their shop. Kashish comes to take the pack inside, not wanting to share with Ganga.
Kashish explains these were medicines, but the pack fell off her hands. Ganga thinks there was something else, but why Kashish lied to her.
Ganga comes to find Sagar packing his luggage. She says there is time in 16th, then why is he leaving. Sagar says he has accepted the truth that nothing is going to improve between them, he thinks about speaking to Niru to let go of the reality.
Ganga says he himself doesn’t know what the truth is. Sagar says the truth is, she no more loves him. Ganga breaks into tears, and accepts she still loves him dearly. She doesn’t want him to leave her. Sagar holds her face, and hugs her while Ganga cries and request him not to leave. He wipes her tears and assures he won’t leave anywhere. She comes into the realm from her day dreaming.
Sagar was still packing. He bends to take something from under the bed and hits the corner over her bruise. Ganga was angry and asks if he doesn’t care for anyone in the family, fine he should leave. Sagar holds her close, saying he is aware why she is angry and what’s in her heart but he wants to hear from her. Krishna comes into the room looking for something. Ganga leaves the room, Sagar thinks he would push Ganga to confess her love. He has a right to tease her abit
Ganga walks out of the room when she gets dizzy, and envisions herself locked in the dark room with no door. She had been badly sweating. She opens her eyes, and wipes the sweat drops off her face, worried.
Kashish comes to her and apologizes about lying to her, as there were not medicines in the pack. She got really nervous, the pack had sanitary napkins and she forgot in the shop. Ganga assures she doesn’t need to get nervous at least in front of her. Kashish wipes her tears and composes herself.
The kids come to call Ganga for the next round of competition.
Niru narrates that husbands should hold their wive’s on shoulder and place the balls in the bucket. Sagar holds Ganga, calling her as fat. Halfway during the game, Ganga gets dizzy again and fell off. Everyone was concerned. Ganga explains her hands slipped off. Amma ji and Madhvi were hopeful that no matter Pulkit and Supriya win the game, Ganga and Sagar would win the game of life.
Kashish was upset watching them all together. Niru heads towards the third round. They find cosmetics and makeup items on the table. Niru explains that husbands would be blindfolded, and they should make their wive’s up. The one who completes this first would be the winner. Madhvi boasts about giving this idea. The wives are seated, while themen are blindfolded. Sagar feels her face while applying cosmetics. He put the sindoor that makes Ganga crying. Pulkit had turned Supriya to joker. Sagar was the first one to be done. They all laugh watching Supriya, Pulkit holds his ears in apology. Sagar notices Ganga had been crying. Niru announces Sagar as a winner and accepts he wouldn’t have done this. Ganga leaves the room.