Jodha Akbar : Episode Guide

  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 177 - February 19, 2014 - Full Episode Jalal Akbar is in a dilemma as to forgive Bakshi Banu or not. He tries to take advice from all his family members. All advice him to forgive Bakshi Banu. But Akbar decides to maintain his decision of not changing the laws for his sister as it will not set a good example for the members of the KIngdom. Jodha decides to try and convince Akbar for the last time. She explains to Akbar that the baby should not be punished. She tries to convince Akbar that Bakshi Banu is innocent and doesnt deserve to be treate as a criminal. Jodha leaves after asking Akbar to give a thought to it. Akbar goes to visit Bakshi Banu and decides to take her back to the Kingdom. Bakshi Banu has tears of joy and is extremely pleased with 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.
  • Jodha Akbar - Episode 176 - February 18, 2014 - Full Episode Jodha goes to meet Bakshi Banu. Jodha learns that Bakshi Banu is pregnant. Akbar is busy discussing about the unfair means his royal soldeirs are practicing when he suddenly hears Jodha singing. He goes to her. Jodha decides to wash Akbar's feet. Akbar is reluctant but, agress. While Jodha is washing his feet he gets ticklish. Jodha informs Akbar that she had gone to visit Bakshi Banu. Akbar gets upset with Jodha. Jodha then informs him that his sister is expecting a baby. Akbar is happy that he is going to turn Mamu. Shareef-ud-din too gets the news of Bakshi's pregnancy. He finds this to be an oppurtunity to escape prison. Jodha tries to convince Akbar's mother to convince Akbar to forgive Bakshi Banu and Shareef-ud-din. 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 175 - February 17, 2014 - Full Episode Despite Rukaiyaa joining the troop. Akbar and Jodha continue to get closer. The journey comes to an end. Akbar, Jodha and Rukaiyaa return back to their Kingdom. The three share their experience during the journey. Jodha continues to sing Akbar's praises and expresses that her journey was an unforgettable one. Akbar shows his concern for the dacoit affected areas. He asks Adam Khan to take the reponsibilty to find out who is supporting these dacoits. Mahamanga informs to Rukaiyaa that she has failed in her attempt to keep Akbar and Jodha separate from each other. 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 174 - February 14, 2014 - Full Episode Akbar and Jodha continue on their journey. Suddenly Rukaiyaa makes an entry and expresses her desire to join them. Rukaiyaa offers the Nazrana to Baba. Akbar tries to explain to Rukaiyaa the purpose of the journey. He asks Rukaiyaa to dress and behave like a common person if she wants to be part of the journey. Though reluctant Rukaiyaa agrees. Jodha decides to cook meal for the king. Rukaiyaa out of jealousy decides to join in and cook for the king as well. Rukaiyaa feels that the food is not worth offering to the king. But Jodha explains to Rukaiyaa that it is the love that matters. Akbar happily eats the meagre meal offered to him. 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 173 - February 13, 2014 - Full 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.


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