Maya explains to Shreya that not every mother is perfect but that she needs to keep trying. Maya tells Aman she wants to return home for Diwali as the last chance to see her house before she dies.
During the festival, the children hold a special event for her, replaying the memories they had together. When they take a family photograph, Maya asks Shreya to join them as she is now family.
The last scene is set ten years later during Aleya's wedding, where Shreya gives her a bracelet which had belonged to Maya. Shreya tells Aleya that she is the most beautiful bride in the world. During the seven turns around the fire, Shreya looks behind and faces the sky remembering Maya saying that she has their yesterday and Shreya has their tomorrow.
Karan Johar decided to adapt Stepmom for the Indian audience. Although he initially intended to buy the rights to the film, he eventually opted to co-produce it with Sony Pictures. According to Siddharth Malhotra, several scenes involving racial prejudice against the children were cut to avoid the appearance of using the controversy over violence against Indians in Australia to promote the film. Upon release, the film received positive reviews from critics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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