Jodha Akbar : Episode Guide

  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 243 - May 21, 2014 Rukaiyaa out of jealousy decides to trap Jodha and goes to the extent of even hurting Akbar. She decides to send Akbar a bouquet of flowers and adds something poisonous on them. Her aim is to hurt Akbar as soon as he smells the flowers. She gives the flowers to Hoshiyaar to deliver them to Akbar. Rukaiyaa gets shocked when Akbar remains normal when he smells the flowers. Akbar likes the flowers and appreciates them. But Rukaiyaa is upset as her plan did not go as planned. She asks Hoshiyaar if she had done anything with the flowers. Hoshiyaar denies anything. But who has replaced the flowers? Find out in today's episode. 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 242 - May 20, 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 241 - May 19, 2014 Jodha is surprised to see the amount of jealousy Mahamanga has towards her. Akbar gets various congratulatory messages from kings and princes including Sujamal and also from the Rajput King, Rana Pratap. Akbar realizes that exactly one year has been completed since his marriage with Jodha and just then even Jodha realizes the same. The two of them simultaneously tie the holy thread and make a wish in front of the temple. The whole kingdom find out that it is the royal couple's anniversary and start to prepare for a grand celebration. Things get tensed when Shenaaz goes after Raheem and Raheem falls down from the terrace. Luckily for Raheem, Akbar catches him and saves him. Will Akbar be angry with Jodha's friend Shenaaz for this accident? 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 240 - May 16, 2014 Jodha Begum enters Akbar's room with the aarti plate and feels happy to see Akbar placing a painting of Jodha in his room's wall. Just then, Rukaiyaa Begum walks in with a gift for Akbar. She reveals the gift, which is a painting of herself and Akbar. She demands for the painting to be placed on the wall of the room. Later, Jodha learns that Mahamanga and Jodha are not in talking terms. She learns the details of the incident from Saleema Begum and finds out that she herself was the cause Akbar's anger towards Mahamanaga and also realizes the amount of bitterness Mahamanga holds for her. She goes to Mahamanga and is about to talk to her about it, but Mahamanga only gets furious. 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 239 - May 15, 2014 Jodha and Akbar understand their mistakes and forgive each other. Rukaiyaa Begum gets jealous seeing Jodha and Akbar close to each other. She suddenly faints and Akbar picks her up and tries to get her back to consciousness. Mahamanga sees Shehnaaz in her room and is surprised to see her checking her room. She gets angry seeing Shehnaaz in her room and shouts at her, but luckily for Shehnaaz, Javeda Begum enters the room and takes Shehnaaz out. Akbar meanwhile orders everybody to take full care of Rukaiyaa Begum's health and Rukaiyaa Begum is happy to see Akbar caring for her. Jodha feels happy when Raheem informs her that Akbar had been taking care of her 'tulsi' plant in her absence and also performing the required puja for it. 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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