Jodha Akbar : Episode Guide

  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 224 - April 24, 2014 Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 223 - April 23, 2014 Akbar is attacked by Abul Mali. Abul Mali almost kills Akbar but the coin given by Jodha saves Akbar's life. Akbar takes the chance and blinds Abul Mali by gauging his eyes out. He lets Abul Mali go as he is his brother-in-law. Meanwhile though still angry with Akbar, Jodha praysfor his well being. Jodha is distressed and is not able stop herself from thinking about Akbar. Akbar's life is saved and he insists on meeting Jodha. Since Jodha is badly injured his father-in-laws soldiers take him to his palace. Meanwhile Jodha keeps hallucinating about Akbar. She sees him in her room and thinks that she is hallucinating. Jodha is surprised to see Akbar but refuses to talk to him. Jodha's father reprimands her for her behaviour. Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 222 - April 22, 2014 Jodha reaches the palace safely. Everyone is happy to see her unhurt. Jodha has an emotional moment with her mother, Naianvati. They both reconcile their differences. Nainavati decides to celebrate the called off utsav. Meanwhile Akbar is sad and alone. On his way back, he decides to spend some time alone. He blames himself for not trusting Jodha, he meets a poor man who offers him his food. Without realizing that it is Akbar, the poor man talks about Akbar being a brave man. People say that Akbar is heartless but the poor man doesn't believe it. Akbar realizes that he too has a heart. Akbar is attacked and gets injured badly. Will Akbar survive the attack? Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 221 - April 21, 2014 Jodha is adamant to not go with Akbar as he doubted her purity. She feels happy seeing her father and cries in dispair. Jodha's father thanks the people of the ashram for sheltering Jodha and presents them with various gifts. After her father insists Jodha decides to go to Akbar. Akbar at the beginning is upset that Jodha might not come along with him but is happy when Jodha herself walks towards him. Meanwhile celebrations are going on at the palace to welcome back Jodha along with Akbar. But will Akbar escape the evil intentions of Abul on his way back? Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 220 - April 19, 2014 Adam Khan is planning on taking revenge on Adgah but his men advice him to concentrate on Akbar and finish him first. Abul too is trying to make plans to Kill Akbar. Holi celebrations have just begun at Mathura. Shehnaaz and Jodha go to the temple to celebrate Holi. Akbar on the other hand is still trying his best to search for Jodha along with his men. Jodha by mistake throws colour on Akbar's face, she apologises to him not knowing he is Akbar. Akbar recognises Jodha's voice but she dissappears by the time he gets the colour out of his eyes. Akbar understands that Lakshmi is none other than Begum Jodha. But he realizes that Jodha is avoiding him. Akbar pretends to be dead and hearing the news about the death, Jodha comes rushing to Akbar. Will Akbar manage to take Jodha back with him? Or will this drama further anger Jodha? Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
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