A vote is taken to lift the ban on Indians at the club and Cynthia is not happy with the outcome. Sarah Raworth and her son return to England though her parting from Dougie is not passionate. Aware that Adam is Ralph's son, Dougie rebukes his fellow Briton for his lack of concern but is grateful to Leena for allowing him to continue running the orphanage. After Bhupi attempts suicide Ralph tells Aafrin that they grew up together and it becomes apparent to Aafrin who really killed Jaya. He rushes to halt the execution but is too late. Sooni, unaware of this, accuses him of betrayal and Singh prevails upon him to keep spying for the Congress party. Following the execution a devastated Ian becomes a local hero for his passionate outburst though most Britons are unimpressed. One exception is Alice, who, as she continues her affair with Aafrin, believes they should admit it to Ralph. Aafrin, however, aware that Ralph did nothing to save Ramu, dissuades her, telling her that Ralph is a ...
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The moon shown in the sky during the final party at the club is a waning crescent moon, which is seen in the east just before dawn. The party occurred in the evening, at which time a crescent moon should be a waxing crescent. See more