Geet 15 January 2020: The episode begins at the office. Geet is standing at reception with Pinky, when Adi comes along and starts laughing.
Geet update Wednesday 15th January 2020 on Starlife: He tells a startled Geet that everyone is talking about her. Sasha and Tasha are tearing their hair out, and Geet has done really well with the project. Geet tells Adi that she doesn’t want to do the project, she’s happy being a secretary. Pinky stands up and exclaims (with a cake in her hand, and icing on her lip) that one doesn’t refuse a burger if there’s no chips (ah, food. Pinky, you’re making me hungry. Shhh).
Adi agrees, and states he knows why Geet doesn’t want to work on the project – it’s Sasha. Geet nods, but Adi reminds her of MK’s temper (damn, I’d deal with the temper just to see his face. Hehe), and says she needs to tread carefully so the project and the party is a success.
Geet is worried about the party – as she has no idea how it works in Delhi. In Hoshiapur they only celebrated weddings and religious festivals. Adi tells her to hold the party according to MK’s likes. Geet says that whatever she’s done, he hasn’t liked. She doesn’t even know his likes anyway.
Pinky has another bright idea – why don’t they ask DD? (I love this girl – Adi, fall in love with her yaar) Geet wonders who’s going to ask them – Pinky says Adi sir. Adi is startled and tells Geet to ask. Geet refuses – whenever sir sees her he gets angry or upset. She tells Pinky to ask, and she refuses as well. That’s when Pinky notices Maan walking past. The three of them tell each other to ask, and then Pinky and Adi disappear (Tellywood style – pop, and they’re gone!).
Geet looks worried, and Maan stops and tells Geet to come into his cabin. Geet asks now, and Maan (again) says no tomorrow. Geet asks alright, what time tomorrow? (Hahahaha, Maan still hasn’t learnt not to use sarcasm with our seedhi saadhi abla nari) Maan looks at her, and Geet realises he means now. She blabbers on, and Maan walks away. She scolds herself saying that lately she’s been talking too much and almost starts running towards his office.
Geet rushes into the cabin, and Maan starts saying how important this party is to him. Geet is fumbling to write while Maan is still explaining. He tells her not to make any mistakes this time, and Geet looks up. He continues his “don’t make any mistake” tirade, and Geet begins tearing up… which Maan notices when he tells her to go. Geet turns, and Maan gets up and walks towards her. (I swear, Maan can be such a robot at times, I had to watch the scene twice to understand him once. LOL)
He makes her turn and face him, and realises she’s crying. He hasn’t gotten angry or raised his voice, so why is she crying? Maahi begins when he almost touches her face. (Almost.) He lets out a sigh, and hands her a handkerchief, and tells her to wipe her face. (Wow, Maan ke paas dil hai… pehle baar Geet ke samne emotion dikhaya. Yay.) She wipes it, and hands the handkerchief back to him.
Maan asks her to explain the tears – and Geet tells him that she has no idea how to organise a party; she wanted to talk to him about it, but he didn’t give her a chance to talk, and then he started saying that there shouldn’t be any mistakes, and then she freaked out because he thought she could do it. She tries to tell him she can’t do it, and he says “Quiet”. He will tell her what to do (Yay. This rona dhona actually works… if your name is Geet, and your boss is referred to as DD. Keep that in mind). Without thinking, Geet says “Thanks Maan” and touches his arm. Maan looks at her, and covers it up by saying she needs to get a notepad.
He mentions that there’s one sitting there, sits back down, and starts issuing orders: “The dinner dance decor should be metallic silver, flowers and lights should be everywhere-” Geet cuts him off and asks him to say it slowly. Maan looks at her, and starts talking slower. Geet smiles, and cuts him off again, saying he can talk a little quicker. Maan looks at her again (gosh, his expressions made me literally LOL, and I’m not meant to be doing that – everyone’s sleeping), and starts talking faster. Geet (back to being normal) cuts him off again, and asks him to repeat the food line. (Even without romance, ManEet’s banter makes me giggle)
Maan then mentions two bars, and Geet (not thinking) blurts out “chi, chi, chi” and does the ‘Forgive Me’ religious thingie… Maan stares at her, and Geet again covers her mistake by saying that it’s Delhi… she goes back to writing. He finishes stating his orders, and Geet is still writing. He stares at her, when Geet looks up and he looks back down and asks if she understands now. She happily nods, and he sends her out… stops her and says that there shouldn’t be any mistakes, which is when Geet accidently knocks over the pen holder.
She quickly picks it all up, turns and starts walking off, turns back and asks Maan whether metallic is the same as grey. Maan is exasperated by now, but says yes. Geet turns, and turns back, and asks what type of flowers Maan wants – “gulab ya surajmukhi ke?” Maan doesn’t know what she’s going on about, but says he wants orchids. Geet agrees, and turns… turns back, and says “Sir…” and Maan is simply staring at her. (Loved this part. Geet is turning into Muskaan… and it’s awesome) She says “Have a nice day” and he’s still staring.
It turns out Sasha/Tasha have been watching this, and watch Maan staring at Geet while she walks out.
Tasha wonders what’s going on, and then mentions how Geet is ‘using’ her innocence to come close to ‘their’ DD. Sasha says she’s watching it all, and plans to get rid of the ‘behnji bholapan’ and embarrass her so much at the party that Geet won’t be able to come into the office anymore. (Ooooh, these two are starting to wear me thin. The amount of galis I have for them is unbelievable, but focus.. DD.. *sigh*)
At the hotel, Geet and Adi are organising the decorations. Adi cannot believe Maan gave her notes on how to organise the party – but it’s very good (Adi is so lovable. I’d love to pinch his cheeks right now. Hehe). This is when Geet looks down at her notes and starts freaking. Geet runs around while Adi nervously laughs away. (Cute scene b/w the two) She finally stops, and thanks Adi for his support while she organises this. Adi mentions what are friends for, and says that Pinky mentioned she’d bring Geet’s clothes to the party. Just then Adi gets a call – it’s Sasha.
Sasha threatens Adi into coming into the office, otherwise she’ll tell MK. Adi gets extremely worried, and starts stuttering that he’ll be there. He leaves Geet to her organising, and reminds her about the Thai and continental food.
Back at the office, Tasha runs excitedly towards Sasha, and Sasha asks if the job’s done. Tasha excitedly says she changed Geet’s order of Thai and Italian food to Indian snacks, and made sure to use Geet’s name. (Evil, arghhhhhhhhhh. Bite your tongue Sabii.) Sasha is pleased, and says that after today, Maan will never trust Geet again, and will prove that Geet is good for nothing. (Bite your tongue Sabs, bite your tongue!)
Tasha freezes, and says ‘Dhak, dhak’ and Sasha realises Maan’s coming. She looks at Maan, and he tells her to notify Geet that the client will be there an hour early. Tasha goes to notify Geet (Hah. My foot) and Maan walks away. Sasha is extremely happy that she basically has this in the bag – Geet is on her way out. (Someone, stop me from strangling her. She almost cracked my laptop screen, and she’s harming our Geet. Churail kahin ki!)
In the hotel, Geet thinks she’ll get it all done when someone walks up to her and says “Roses for you”. Geet is thinking back to when Dev had said I love you to her, and tears up. The manager comes and apologises that these aren’t for her but someone else. The manager tells the guy to take it to the Royal Suite (so Dev is using roses for his wife huh. Arghh, evil women. They all do my head in). Geet is still teary.
The man takes up the roses to the Royal Suite, and Dev opens the door. He sends the man away, and thinks of Naintara. (As much as it pains me to do this, I’ll write what happens. Someone bring me a bucket) He has written notes in Naintara’s bedroom, along with a red rose for each note – because he knows how much she loves red roses. The first note Naintara reads, she throws the rose on the ground. But Dev seems to know she would have done this, so there’s another note and rose on her dresser… and another one on the floor when she opens the door. She finally smiles seeing the last rose. (I’m upset… Dev, out of all people. Naintara? I’ll never understand)
Dev is then shown walking out in the hallway thinking that he has one more thing to do, and then his preparations will be complete. Maan is then shown walking along the same hallway and notices Dev. (UBS alert – but the white jacket doesn’t suit Maan… take it off already :P) Maan asks him what he’s doing here, and Dev says he’s not doing anything bad. Maan smiles at the retort, and says that if he’s not doing anything, he should come to the business party at the Crystal Hall. Dev asks who organises his parties, and Maan says he has a secretary. Dev hits a nail on Maan’s head and mentions that his scretary was the one who he was thinking about that day. Maan looks at him angrily, and says Dev hasn’t changed – still says whatever comes to mind. He walks off telling Dev to attend to his wife, while Maan attends to his party.
As Maan is walking down the hallway, Dev’s words come back to him – wondering if his brother is in love, wondering if his secretary is the one he was thinking about… Maan asks himself why Dev keeps bringing his secretary up, and why is Maan so worried about this? (uh, a 3yr old could tell you this one Maan – you’re in love.) Maahi plays as he wonders about this…
Geet slowly making her way towards everyone, and with everyone’s eyes on her. A couple of girls are standing there, and one remarks that at a party, it’s the first time she’s seen someone wear a sari – Geet’s not at a wedding, but the other one says in Hoshiapur every party must be a wedding for them, so why blame Geet? (Ooooh, I’ve only just started the update, and already the insults?)
Adi is standing with Pinky, and tells her to stand next to Geet. Pinky quickly reaches Geet before she reaches Maan, and asks why she’s wearing a sari when Pinky sent over her dress? Geet quietly says Maan sir gave it to her. (Mind you, Maan is still staring… wah, wah.)
Sasha looks at Maan staring, and thinks to herself that she thought Maan would yell at Geet seeing her wear a sari, but the opposite has happened. (Well duh lady, they go wayy back… Lol.) She then gets Maan’s attention by remarking that everyone knew about tonight’s dress code, but Geet as usual, does her own thing – she’s an attention seeker. (I’ll give you attention seeker in a minute Sasha.. silly girl!) This makes Maan’s blood boil, and Mr. Rahul (ab yeh namura kaun hai?) adds fuel to the fire by mentioning Maan seems to be giving Geet special rights – boss, secretary. Maan gets really pissed off, and says she’s nothing more than a secretary. Rahul wonders if Maan isn’t going to introduce him – after all they’ll be working together closely (and I thought Dev was a lecherous monkey for what he did – yeh namura to pehle se kareeb aane ke koshish kar raha hai).
Mr. Chopra asks for Geet to meet Mr. Rahul. Geet makes her way with Pinky, and Rahul pulls out his hand, and Maan nods for Geet to shake his hand. Geet does, but it seems more like Rahul doesn’t want to let go of her hand, and Geet manages to shake it off. Maan sees the interaction but says nothing (but gets angrier by the second… as am I, I’m not liking the episode so far). Rahul then mentions that Geet must have worn a sari to look different, and she’s definitely succeeded. Geet asks to be excused.
Geet drags Pinky, as Maan is livid that Geet wearing that – she might as well have not changed. Geet tells Pinky that Maan purposely did this so that everyone makes fun of her. Sasha instigates Maan – that Geet is doing all this to irritate him. Whatever Maan tells her, Geet does the opposite. Maan says that this time Geet crossed the line.
As everyone is heading towards the food, Tasha makes her way to Sasha, and Sasha asks if Geet’s special buffet is ready. Tasha says definitely, and now comes the real fun. (Blah, I’m feeling sick as it is… stupid brats.)
(Arghh, this part was hard to write about… I really felt bad for Geet) Mr. Chopra opens the buffet, and exclaims ‘chhole!’ (mmmm, can I have some?) Maan looks up, and Mr. Chopra continues opening the dishes. Sasha/Tasha look really happy, Adi/Pinky are extremely worried, and Maan is silently going crazy. Mr. Chopra asks that it’s such a grand party, but this low-budget food? Maan says it’s nothing, and excuses himself.
Maan calls for Geet, and she comes running. Maan asks her what is all this – if he wanted Indian food, he’d take them to a dhaba. Geet looks at the dishes, and says that she didn’t order this. (In the b/g, Rahul is watching amused… the… arghh!) Adi quietly mentions to Pinky that this is all Sasha’s doing.
Mr. Chopra says that along with the samosas and kachori, maybe they should order tea as well, and Sasha watches this with amusement. Rahul tells Geet that while she’s hot (how dare he!), her choice of food isn’t that hot. Geet apologises to Mr. Chopra and says that she ordered Thai and continental food, while Maan looks on in anger.
Maan tells Geet off, and says that this isn’t a home delivery service, but a five star hotel. Whatever is ordered, is delivered. Geet tells him that there’s been a mistake, and Maan replies that mistakes only happen when Geet is around.
Sasha comes in to do ‘damage control’ and apologises to Mr. Chopra. She tells them that they didn’t do this intentionally (hah), and anyway, poor Geet would never do this. She tells Maan that she knows people in the hotel, she’ll order something. She calls for Adi, and Adi leads Mr. Chopra to the drinks. Maan cuts off Geet, and says that if she mentions one more word- Sasha cuts him off, and takes him away.
Geet is left standing there when Rahul comes and tries flirting with her. He tells her that when everything is going bad, obviously her mood will be such – but if she stays with him, he’ll always keep her happy. Geet comes out of her trance, and excuses herself… only to hear Tasha and someone else talk about Geet’s mistake – and Tasha says that at least Sasha was there to order better food. Geet is left standing there, tearing up.
Maan takes off his jacket (now he looks better) and Sasha tells him to calm down. While they’re waiting for dinner, why not have everyone on the dance floor? Sasha then softly inquires that Maan lets Geet affect him, only to be given a look… Sasha relents, and calls for everyone’s attention. She leads everyone onto the dancefloor, and they all start dancing.
Geet is still standing there, and Maan turns and looks at her. Maan recalls everyone’s words – Mr. Chopra asking if this is a joke; Sasha saying Geet always does her own thing; whatever Maan says, Geet does the opposite; Sasha wondering why Geet affects Maan so much; and Geet thinks back to what was said about her – “In Hoshiapur all parties must be weddings”; Maan saying mistakes happen when she’s around; Maan saying that whatever she ordered has arrived.
Maan drags Geet onto the dancefloor, and while dancing (salsa) starts scolding her. He asks her why she did this in front of the clients; she made mistakes when Maan told her what to do, gave her notes; Geet denies making mistakes, and Maan says that oh really, no mistakes? So she did everything on purpose – from the music, to the food, to her sari – and Geet tells him not to even talk about the sari, she was forced to wear this.
Maan says that on top of making mistakes, she shows him arrogance. Geet pushes him away, and tells him that she’s been trying so hard from her first day to make sure Maan hasn’t any problems, that there aren’t anymore mistakes, so that he stops hating her, but no matter whatever she does, it’s still not enough.
KURBAAN HUA starts and Geet tries to walk away, but Maan stops her, and they start dancing.
(There is no need for me to describe the dance – we all know what happens… there’s just continuous eyelocks.) (BTW, Dev & Naintara are shown, so brace yourselves.)
They finally stop dancing, and everyone around them are in surprise and shock (especially Miss Churail Sasha). Maan walks off and leaves Geet standing there in pain. Rahul notices this, and walks over. He asks Geet for a dance, and it’s obvious he’s drunk. Geet says nothing, and Rahul says that she just danced so much, and Geet says she doesn’t want to dance. Rahul tells her not to be a spoilsport, and in that moment, Sasha comes and steps on Geet’s pallu.
Geet is pulled forward, and Tasha completes the job by twisting around on the pallu, causing it to rip. Rahul likes what he sees (jerk, of course he does).
Suddenly the lights dim, and Geet is again in the spotlight, trying to cover up what she can. Everyone around her can only stare, and someone mentions that she’s still standing there with her sari ripped. The episode ends on Geet’s sobbing.
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