Yeh Hai Mohabbatein 19th April written episode: Parmit enters Ishita’s room and starts showing care for her, with an intention of touching her. As he comes too near and tries to wipe her sweat with a tissue, Ishita feels uncomfortable and doubtful. She tells him to leave the room. When she comes out, she finds him brazenly waiting outside. He offers her a glass of nimbu pani and again tries to force her into drinking it. When she feels absolutely helpless, Rinki comes and Ishita is saved from the embarrassment.
Toshi is content with the idea that she is losing weight, after following the diet regime. Madhavi allures Toshi’s friend with a promise of arranging a parking lot for her new car. In return, the friend tells Toshi that she is putting on weight. Toshi becomes depressed.
Ishita comes to the party in Punjabi suit. Ruhi makes her have ice cream from Raman’s hand. Pammi elaborately thanks her for whatever she has done for Puja and honours her with a trophy.
In the party Romi comes to know that their new HOD is none other than Bala. Raman tells Bala that the assessment of their college is doubtful, as he has never seen Romi studying well, but still he scores well. Bala starts thinking over this.
Ashok sees Tanu in a restaurant, while she is talking with a businessman. He calls her and proposes a meeting. She says that she is out of station, as she wants to avoid him. He comes to her table and the two have a bitter argument. Tanu clearly tells Ashok that he no more deserves the attention of a journalist, as he has lost his status in the business world, after the disastrous land deal. She threatens to destroy his reputation, if he disturbs her.
Out of frustration and helplessness, Ashok starts misbehaving with Shagun. Investors come to his house and declares that they have lost faith in him. They insist on investing in Raman’s company. Ashok tells Shagun that he is going to Mumbai, to meet an important client from America. He wants to take Shagun with him, to flaunt her as his possession of ‘special Indian beauty’, to impress the client.