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Rules of Three: Netflix Movie Ending Explained!

April 17, 2021

Check out the detailed explanation of Rules of Three or Ajeeb Daastaans on Netflix!

Rules of Three is available on Netflix! If you want to know the explanation of the end, keep reading! Ajeeb Daastaans or Netflix’s rule of three is an anthology of four short films in the Hindu language focused on one theme: interpersonal relationships.

So yes, it casts a wide net, although the focus is generally on romantic love, whether genuine or convenient or simply used as a way to get what one wants. And as with many anthologies, some shorts are inevitably stronger than others. We explain the end of each story !

Explanation of the end of Majnu

A marriage of convenience rather than a marriage of love, Babloo and Lipakshi’s marriage was doomed from the start. We have seen Babloo threaten Lipakshi with taking her life, but the daring and debauched Lipakshi pushes him to kill her with his bare hands. Babloo is a gay man who cannot love a woman.

Lipakshi is a passionate heterosexual young woman who seeks to prosper in life through love. That’s when Raj enters the scene, further complicating the marital relationship. While Lipakshi is mesmerized by Raj’s image of a knight, we learn in due course that Babloo has also fallen in love with Raj. In the end, it becomes clear that Raj has broken into her life as an unhappy couple to get revenge.

After promising Lipakshi that he would run away with her, Raj also promises the enraged and saddened Babloo that he will kill Lipakshi. He betrays them both and goes abroad, where Babloo cannot reach him. Babloo points a gun at his wife’s head, and when she asks him to use his hands, he tries to strangle her. However, Lipakshi is pregnant and Babloo needs an heir to continue the family line. He knows that he could never have done it himself due to his own sexual disposition and decides not to kill Lipakshi.

Explanation of the end of Khilauna

After the macabre death of the baby, the police summon Meenal, Binny and Sushil for questioning. Meenal repeats that he knows nothing about the murder. And, after being beaten, Sushil reveals the groping incident to the officer. Sushil also admits to stealing a bottle of liquor at the party and then damaging the city’s main meter. Meenal claims it was Abha, childless, who did the job, driven by her jealousy of Ms Agarwal’s power. Abha goes to the police station to defend herself and appears to be leaking important information to the police.

We can’t hear what he’s saying, but the officer returns to check Binny’s purse and discovers the hand-held toy that belonged to the boy Agarwal. When Binny looks the officer in the eye to tell him that the child was just a toy, we feel that it was not the old men but young Binny who killed the child. The boy was cooked alive in a pressure cooker, and we saw Binny playing with the lid of the pressure cooker in an earlier scene. Perhaps she was furious when she saw Vinod playing with her sister, prompting her to take the path of revenge.

Explanation of the end of Geeli Pucchi

At first, Bharti, who has a higher education, is furious that a girl named Priya has been given the job of an accountant. Whereas his superiors had told him that the position was not open. Bharti is comforted by her co-workers who explain to her the real reason she was not promoted to a non-male position, namely her lower caste origin. However, after a cold and bumpy start, the reserved Bharti begins to fall in love with the talkative Priya.

Bharti decides to help her exceed her social expectations. But when Priya reacts strangely after Bharti reveals her true caste to her. Bharti recalls the deep-rooted Indian social reality of untouchability. Caste identities come into play and Bharti feels left out by Priya, who repeatedly abandons him.

Even though Bharti loved Priya for a while, and she certainly is, this is the moment when she is heartbroken. After this heartbreak, he manages to convince Priya to have a child, reluctantly pointing out that a child is the only achievement in a woman’s life. But Priya is too naive to understand the anger behind this suggestion. In the process, Bharti makes sure she gets the job she wanted, and in the final moment sees Bharti’s triumph in a work environment that is often eager to bring her down.

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Explanation of the end of Ankahi

While Natasha is involved in an affair with Kabir, Natasha and Rohan’s divorce seems imminent. They argue bitterly, and the teenage Samaira assumes that her father does not like her mother. As the couple nears the end of their youth, a rift between the two is clearly seen.

However, Natasha is deeply attached to her family and the night she visits Kabir’s home. A momentary hesitation seems to force her out of the house. As he sits on the stairs, reconsidering his lifestyle choices, he receives a message from Rohan, who tells him that he will not be coming home for the night. She is momentarily free to follow her heart’s calling and returns to Kabir.

The next morning, on the way home, Natasha surprises Rohan and Samaira having fun. Despite Natasha’s complaint that Rohan doesn’t make Samaira laugh, the father and daughter seem to get along. When Kabir comes home, Natasha refuses to acknowledge him and breaks his heart in the process. We feel like Natasha is getting back to living a full life with her husband after leaving Kabir.