Jodha Akbar : Episode Guide

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  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 421 - January 16, 2015
    Jodha Akbar - Episode 421 - January 16, 2015 Akbar and Jodha together meet Saleem and inform him that Akbar was not responsible for the death of his friend, but Saleem is in no mood to listen to his father. Seeing the indifferent behaviour of their son, Akbar gives up on making anymore attempts at trying to dissolve their differences. Next day, Akbar and his army leave for Agra along with the entire royal family. Meanwhile, Anarkali is upset that Saleem (she still thinks that Saleem's name is Qutub) has not come to meet her even though he had promised to do so. Anarkali learns from her friend about Bela and Farhaan's death and gets shocked. She prays for Saleem's safety and when she finds out that Akbar has left with his entire army, she runs behind them to meet Saleem but in vain. Later, she expresses her desire to her mother to go to Agra, who decides to ask her husband first. Meanwhile, Saleem's mind is occupied by thoughts of Anarkali so he decides to go to the battlefield to keep himself focused. Watch the entire episode to know if Akbar, who wants his son to take up the responsibility of the kingdom, allows him to leave for the battlefield?
    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 420 - January 15, 2015
    Jodha Akbar - Episode 420 - January 15, 2015 Saleem leaves his camp after a long while and upon seeing this, Jodha feels happy as she feels that Saleem has finally come out of his mourning. Saleem, on the other hand, reaches Anarkali's home to tell her that he is the real prince, but gets a huge blow himself when he comes to know that Anarkali is none other than Nadira, the little girl whom he hated during his childhood. Meanwhile, Jodha excitedly tells Akbar that Saleem is finally reclaiming his normal behaviour. Saleem, who is now addicted to 'afeem', gets restless when he does not get any. He begins to look desperately for some 'afeem' and after not finding it anywhere, he goes to Rukaiyya Begum and asks her for some. Rukaiyya Begum is astonished at this request and the young man's uncontrollable urge to sedate himself. She feels she has no other option but to give him some 'afeem' in order to keep him sane. Watch the entire episode here to know more.
    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 419 - January 14, 2015
    Jodha Akbar - Episode 419 - January 14, 2015 Saleem is adamant on killing his father as he considers him responsible for the death of his best friend, Farhaan. He refuses to withdraw his sword even after Jodha asks him to but after Rukaiyya Begum requests him to do so, Saleem agrees and Rukaiyya Begum feels victorious. Just when Saleem turns his back, Bela takes out a dagger, pierces it through her chest and kills herself. While all seem astonished, Akbar is furious with Bela's father as he had tried to decieve him and due to this, Farhaan and Bela had to give away their lives. Meanwhile, Saleem remains upset and refuses to speak to anybody. Saleem's cousins try to divert his attention towards Anarkali and they succeed. Meanwhile, Anarkali is worried about Saleem, but is unaware that her mother is busy arranging for her 'nikaah'. Watch the entire episode here to know more.
    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 418 - January 13, 2015
    Jodha Akbar - Episode 418 - January 13, 2015 Akbar who supports Farhaan's love for Bela, goes to meet him but Haider, who understand the entire situation, does not want things to patch up between Akbar and Saleem. He later goes to meet Farhaan and kills him with a deadly weapon. Meanwhile, Saleem who is completely in the dark regarding the entire situation, is on a mission to stop his father's marriage with Bela. He learns from Qutub that his father had gone to meet Farhaan and when Saleem sees the lifeless body of Farhaan lying with blood all around it, he immediately assumes that his father has killed Farhaan. Watch the entire episode to find out how this misunderstanding will create more distance between the Emperor and the prince.
    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 417 - January 12, 2015
    Jodha Akbar - Episode 417 - January 12, 2015 As the distance between Saleem (Anarkali still thinks that he is Qutub) and Anarkali seems to be narrowing, love errupts between the young couple. Meanwhile, with a heavy heart, Jodha goes forward with all the rituals to welcome Bela into the new family and just then, she notices Bela crying. Jodha speaks to Bela personally and asks her why she is crying as it was her decision to marry Akbar. Bela once again bursts into tears and coffesses to Jodha that she was forced by her father to marry the king inspite of her defiance. Jodha goes to Akbar and informs this, and upon hearing this, Akbar begins to laugh. When asked, Akbar replies to Jodha that he had promised to marry Bela only is she agreed, and since it is now revealed that the tribal king had forced Bela, Akbar can decide against the marriage. Meanwhile, Saleem is busy making plans to stop Akbar's marriage with Bela, the girl who is love with his dear friend Farhaan. Watch the full episode of Jodha Akbar here.
    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.