Hello, @ulwianamehta-malhotr. Welcome to the forum.
return stops the execution of your function, and returns the value included in the
return statement (if one exists) to the caller (the line of code that called the function). If you want your
for loop to make more than one iteration, you can’t can’t
return anything until it is finished. See this post for an additional explanation: FAQ: Code Challenge: Loops - Reversed List
Also, please use the
</> button in the menu bar above where you type to format your code. This is especially important with Python where indentation is not optional. Click the
</> button first on a blank line, and then paste your code in the space indicated.