Manas Katyal, Chittiz Jain, Elesh Parujanwala and Manmohan Tiwari in the final race to win Rakhi"s heart. Rakhi visits their respective houses to get close to their family and friends. The countdown has finally begun...the journey that began with sixteen prospective grooms has now culminated to the final four. All eyes are now glued to the bride-to-be Rakhi Sawant, who will now set out on a journey to the hometowns of the final four grooms she has short-listed. Join Rakhi as she visits the families and friends of her prospective grooms in order to get an insight into their lives. This Monday onwards Rakhi will visit the homes of Chittiz and Manas in New Delhi, Manmohan in Rishikesh and interact with Elesh"s family from Toronto.
Rakhi"s voyage begins in New Delhi, where she spends some quality time with the families of Chittiz and Manas. Rakhi tries to impress the Katyal family with some finger licking Suji Ka Halwa that she cooked, while she impresses Chittiz by bonding with his adorable nephew and niece. While North Campus lad Manas took Rakhi for a Dilli Darshan at places like the Qutub Minar and India Gate, Panchsheel resident Chittiz took Rakhi to the school he had studied.
After a hearty reception in New Delhi, Rakhi heads to Rishikesh, where the Tiwari family welcomes her. The entire neighborhood was overjoyed and excited to catch a glimpse of the Tiwari family"s would-be Bahu. Like any traditional mother in law, Manmohan"s mother scrutinized Rakhi right from her culinary skills to household chores to respecting the family values and traditions. As Manmohan had promised her, he took her to visit his deity Ganga Maiyya, where they also performed an Aarti, one of the most auspicious and once in a lifetime moment.
As Elesh was new to Mumbai, Rakhi promised him that she would take him out instead. They went out for a movie, had fun at a gaming zone, and spent some romantic moments with each other at the beach. On meeting her prospective in-laws Rakhi said, “A surprise visit to their hometowns gave me an opportunity to know them even better, and get acquainted with their lifestyles and cultures that they have grown up in. Their parents made me feel like a close member of their family."