Jodha Akbar : Episode Guide

  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 281 - July 11, 2014 Akbar addresses his army and asks them to get ready for the war. Meanwhile the enemy's army wants to gain victory through hook or crook. Adgah orders his men to defend Akbar as the enemy will try to reach him first. The fierce battle takes place and finally Akbar gets down from his horse and fights Abul Mali bravely. The two of them reach a forest where they further engage in a rigorous fight. Later, Akbar finds Shehnaaz tied up in a forest and rescues her. Shehnaaz understands that she had been wrong about Akbar all this while. Watch the entire episode as the blood thirsty swords continue to clash. But who will rise victorious? Watch the entire episode to find out.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 280 - July 10, 2014 Akbar decides to make a last attempt in stopping the war and proposes to make peace with his enemies. He takes advice from the begums and finally decides to listen to his mother and sends a messenger with the message of peace. Adham Khan and Mahamanga kill the messenger on the way and make plan to send the dead body of the messenger along with a message that will further instigate war. Next day, Akbar gets furious when he sees his dead messenger on the horse along with the message. He gets ready for war and meets all the begums before going for the war. All the soldiers and the entire army is now ready for the battle against their enemies. Watch the entire episode here.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 279 - July 9, 2014 Jodha feels unwell while talking with Akbar, but the Jalal feels that she is feeling unwell due to the long hours of traveling and asks her to take rest. Meanwhile, Mahamanga secretly meets Shehnaaz and informs her that Akbar's army has come unprepared for the battle. Shareef-ud-din meanwhile is pleased looking at the empty throne meant for the King and gets greedy as he wants to acquire that position. His lust for power forces him to sit on the throne and seeing this Bakshi Banu asks her husband to leave the throne as it's meant only for the King. But Shareef-ud-din explains to her that its not his greed but his love for her and his child that makes him think of the throne. Meanwhile, Thodarmal is busy getting the ground dug, in order to keep the women safe during the time of war. Meanwhile, Akbar is uncertain of the results of the war that is yet to begin and expresses his fear with Jodha. Watch the entire episode here.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 278 - July 8, 2014 Akbar apologizes to Begum Jodha as she along with all the other begums have to go along with the entire army during the battle, to ensure their safety. The episode takes a turn when Jodha suddenly feels unwell and falls down, after that she begins to vomit. The 'hakim' is immediately called and after the check up the 'hakim' announces that Jodha Begum is pregnant. Jodha Begum and Moti are very excited but Jodha later decides against telling Akbar about her pregnancy as this might stop Akbar from going to the war. Later Akbar and Jodha together try to convince Bakshi Banu to stay back in the kingdom and not join them in the battle as she is pregnant and is getting closer to her delivery time. Later, the entire army along with the entire 'Haram' is ready to leave the kingdom. Watch the entire episode here.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 277 - July 7, 2014 Adgah and Todarmal reveal to Akbar's mother that it is Begum Maha Chuchak who is helping Shehnaaz in her battle against Akbar. They request Akbar's mother to discuss the matter with Akbar. Akbar gets furious when he learns this and declares war on Chuchak Begum and the other armies supporting her. Adgah Khan informs Akbar that their army is small compared to Maha Chuchak's army. But Akbar is sure that the skill their army has will definitely bring them victory. Hakim Mirza, Maha Chuchak's own son decides to support Akbar in this battle against his mother. Akbar decides to take the entire 'Haram' along with his entire army to ensure security of all the women and children. Watch the entire episode here.


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