Nagin 5: Tonight’s episode begins with Veer losing his senses and Monica takes him to a room. Bani and Jay begin to search for Veer as Veer and Monica guide the room to the bed. However, when Jay reaches the room, he finds Bani and Veer sharing a romantic moment. Veer then gets up from the bed and calls Bani to leave. Then Bani asks why she didn’t let Molly touch her. In the flashback scene, Monica tries to befriend Veer but he pushes her away. Bani enters the room and threatens to call the police if she doesn’t leave the room. Veer then calls Bani a stalker. Bani tells him that he loves her and he feels his pain. Veer pushes her and she falls to the table and gets hurt. Veer asks her to sit down and he applies ointment to her hands.
Others at the South and Bar along with Jay see Farishta. Jay Nag takes Raj’s form and disguises himself. Farishta hypnotizes everyone in the bar and asks about Veer’s whereabouts. Suddenly, as Farishta goes up, the building begins to tremble and Farishta catches Vir-bani. Jay wonders if Farishta will take Bani and Veer with him. Bani and Veer fall to the ground. Bani tells Farishta that Veer is unconscious and Veer is blameless and Adi Nagin takes the incarnation. However, she fails because Farishta makes her weak. Farishta attacks her and she falls to the ground. Farishta invades Veer constantly and Bani gets the help of Lord Shiva. With the help of Lord Shiva, Adi breaks Nagin’s sorcery and she tries to stop him from killing Veer. Farishta tries to kill Bani but she attacks him. Farishta reappears and attacks Bani. She then rises up and attacks Firishtha with an iron rod. Bani tells him to kill her instead of Veer and as his duty, he is born to spread love and not hate.
Veer comes to his consciousness but loses his memory again and leaves. Farishta realizes that the story has been changed because of the genuine love between Veer and Bani. Bani also goes out and calls Jay. The priest arrives at the Singhania residence to meet Bani. South tells Jay that the pastor has come to visit Bani.