PK infers that Tapasvi and other godmen must be dialing a "wrong number" to correspond with God, and are in this manner encouraging the general population to take part in aimless customs. Jaggu urges general society to uncover deceitful godmen, by sending their features to her news channel, calling them "wrong numbers". In the mean time, Bhairon finds the criminal and contacts PK, advising him they will come to Delhi.
Tapasvi chooses to go up against PK on-air. Tapasvi asks PK what the "right number" is. PK says the "God that made all of us" is the one and only we ought to trust in, and that the other "copy Gods" are made by man. Tapasvi claims he has an immediate association with God and alludes to his expectation of Sarfaraz's selling out as evidence. PK understands that Sarfaraz did not compose the letter. Jaggu contacts the Pakistan Embassy in Belgium where Sarfaraz worked low maintenance. The consulate advises her that Sarfaraz still cherishes her, and exchanges the line to Sarfaraz. Jaggu and Sarfaraz reconnect, and Tapasvi is compelled to give back PK's remote.
Amid the film, PK goes gaga for Jaggu yet ceases from advising her on the grounds that she adores Sarfaraz. He fills his recording device with her voice alone, and takes two bags brimming with batteries when leaving for home. After PK's flight, Jaggu distributes a book about him. After one year, PK profits to Earth for another examination mission alongside a few different aliens(counting Ranbir Kapoor).