Wasim won the National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement. This makes it the highest-grossing Indian film featuring a female protagonist of all time. Though Insia cannot participate in a music competition, Najma gifts Insia a laptop which was the prize. The next night, after discovering Najma sold her necklace to buy Insia’s laptop, Farookh beats her harshly and forces Insia to throw her laptop from the balcony. After seeing a famous lawyer on TV who won a divorce case against Shakti Kumar, Insia decides to accept Shakti’s offer to sing for him in order to get her parents to divorce. Insia gets in contact with Shakti and goes to Mumbai to record a song. While escaping from school with help from Chintan, she declares her love for him.
Shakti reluctantly fixes her meeting with his ex-wife’s lawyer who gives Insia some files for signatures. Once home, her mother harshly rejects Insia’s suggestion for divorce as they would have no financial support otherwise. Insia becomes angry but later forgives her, after her grandmother reveals how Najma struggled to keep Insia alive despite Farookh’s efforts to abort her. On the final day of school, Insia and Chintan spend their last joyful moments together. At the airport, a counter clerk informs Farookh about an extra bag having the guitar.
Farookh scolds Najma to which she protests. She angrily signs the divorce papers and marches out of the airport with her kids leaving Farookh. The screen fades to a message dedicating the movie “To All Mothers And Motherhood. Chandan conceived of the film during the first season of Aamir Khan’s television talk show Satyamev Jayate. While doing the research on the episode about domestic violence, Advait Chandan came across Shanno, a single mother and a victim of domestic abuse.