Sony SAB’s Shubh Laabh – Aapkey Ghar Mein had the audience on edge with Vaibhav dying and Shreya (Tanisha Mehta) almost getting married to Rishabh (Krip Suri). But both of these situations turned around Savita’s (Geetanjali Tikekar) belief and with Maa Laxmi’s blessings. No matter how hard Alaxmi (Chhavvi Pandey) tried, Savita and Shreya’s faith saved their family from this ominous change of events. Shreya’s forceful marriage not going through has set Alaxmi back on her evil plans which also means that she is losing against Laxmi.
After the Laxmi Narayan pooja at the Toshniwal house, Savita and Shreya meet a little girl who hands them a book. When they read into it, they realise that it’s the Padma Purana which describes traits of Alaxmi. Shreya starts connecting the dots to every mishap that they have been facing over a period of time. They realise that the deity they have been praying to is Alaxmi and not Laxmi. They create a tulsi rekha at the house and pray to Goddess Alaxmi to let go of them. Savita then holds Alaxmi by her hand and leads her through the boundaries of the Toshniwal household. Once again Maa Laxmi’s essence is pre dominant in the house, this time was also possible by the honest attempts of Savita and Shreya.
Geetanjali Tikekar who essays the role of Savita says, “The arrival of Alaxmi signalled the beginning of a series of dramatic events in Savita’s life, as her devotion towards Laxmi Maa was tested. But in the end, Savita’s faith stands vindicated, and she is able to fight against Alaxmi and the ill effects of her presence. Sony SAB, beautifully weaves messages in the storyline and tracks for their audience. When everyone respectfully bids Alaxmi a farewell, the audience gets to witness yet again that goodness always triumphs over evil.”