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JODHA AKBAR TODAYS WRITTEN EPISODE

Jodha Akbar Todays Written Episode

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Moti says to jodha that mali is arrested then whats tension now, jodha says benazir i dont know what happens to jalal when he listens jalal’s name, she is dangerous and as his wife its my duty to protect him. Moti says that she takes command from mali but now he is inn arrest so she might run away too. She says that dasiz has prepared for shubratri puja and you should do Fast(vrat) as it strong hubby wifey relation , jodha is happy and comes out. moti says to tell jalal about your fast, jodha says he doesnt listen to me. Jalal comes there, jodha stops him and says today is puja and i am doing fast, jalal says after what happened to my brother there remains no need for all this, jodha says i have said sorry many times. Jodha says i promised masa that i will do vrat for you. Jalal says 1st i dont need vrat for my safety, 2ndly i dont believe in vrat and all for safety and third when you dont accept me as husband then why this vrat for me? jodha is speechless. jalal leaves. Jodha says i know i didnt accept you as husband but i am not doing this fast as per masa’s order but i am doing this for your safety.

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jalal comes to ruks and says you know that when i am solving political matters i dont listen to anyone. i am her after many days, ruks says why are you here? go to jodha as always or did she threw you out like before so you are here. jalal ask her not to be angry, ruks says i am. This much happened and you freed them easily, i know jodha was innocent but why bharmal and company? jalal says it was mirza’s request, ruks says what about mughal respect that was damaged. Thing is you did all this for jodha, is there a heart beating in you? jalal says again same thing i dont have heart how to tell you. Ruks says i dont know whats in her, she is trapping you, why dont you let her go if she in not important, what you are trying to achieve but fails everytime, jalal looks at her and is about to go but ruks stops him and says sorry for talking rudely, she orders dasi that tonight jalal is with me and nobody should disturb him. She says to jalal that i will try take your tension away, come i will massage your head.

Scene 3

Benazir is going somewhere in market with zakira. In mandir prays that to protect my husband, keep him save and jodha does the puja. Benazir comes to mandir and sees a snake and i will get poison from it. She sits to take poison from it and jodha finishes her puja and turns where banezir is sitting, benazir takes the snake away. jodha thinks why they were here? she goes behind them to check. Benazir comes to isolated place, jodha is following her. Benazir licks the snake’s tongue, jodha sees it and is shocked. Benzir shouts jalaluddin nobody will save you, i will bite you. Jodha remembers soldier’s death because of sanke bite, and the letter and sharif’ words. Jodha thinks viskanya(poisonous lady) and is here to kill jalal.

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Jodha tells this to moti and says we have tell this to jalal asap. Moti ask whether he will believe? jodha says i dont know but have to tell him, They ask soldier where is jalal, he hesitates to tell so jodha says i am his wife and i want to know where is he. He tells that he is with ruks. Jodha says lets go there, moti says ruks can mind, jodha says i know her and i cant take the risk. Dasi stops jodha from going and says ruks has ordered to not allow anyone. jodha says ok tell ruks that i want to talk to her, ruks comes outside and says i knew you would disturb jalal. Jodha says i want to meet jalal. Ruks says i am his special wife, jodha says i know but.. ruks says jalal had come there on his own and you cant meet him, he is sleeping. Jodha says its important. Ruks says whats emergency? jodha says sharif has told me that jalal is in danger. Ruks says wow now you have reached to jail. you can trust him but i dont because i know who is dangerous to jalal. If you people can hurt jalal then you can conspire to kill him too. jodha says try to understand.

TRP OF INDIAN TELEVISION SERIALS FOR OCTOBER MONTH 2013

TRP AND GRP  OF INDIAN TELEVISION SERIALS FOR OCTOBER MONTH 2013 BY INDIAN TELLYBUZZ
TRP OF TV SERIALS-
1) JODHA-AKBAR (9.1)
2) DIYA AUR BAATI HUM (7.9)
3) QUBOOL HAI (7.5)
4) KEHTA HAI DIL JI LE ZARA (7.1)
5) YEH RISHTA KYA KEHLATA HAI (6.9)
6) TAARAK MEHTA KA ULTAA CHASHMA (6.5)
7) PAVITRA RISHTA (4.1)
8) DO DIL BANDHE EK DORI SE (3.6)
9) SAPNE SUHANE LADKPAN KE (2.9)
10) MAHABHARAT (1.1)
  KEEP VISITING US DAILY FOR KEEP UPDATING WITH INDIAN TV SERIALS
GRP OF TV SERIALS-
1) ZEE TV ( AT NO.1 POSITION)
2) STAR PLUS ( AT NO.2 POSITION)
3)  SONY TV ( AT NO.3 POSITION)
4) SAB TV   ( AT NO.4 POSITION)

Beware the ghost of Jodha-Akbar!

The latest historical serial to hit the screen in your home is Jodha Akbar (Zee). Ashutosh Gowariker’s dazzling film of the same name hasn’t receded that far in our memory that we’ve forgotten everything in it. Hrithik Roshan made for an impressive, charismatic Akbar and Aishwarya Rai
played the regal and beautiful Rajput princess with the kind of delicate strength needed for such a role. So to try and do a TV version of Jodha Akbar is ambitious indeed. And as we all know, ambition can often exceed the talent.
The opening of the serial was confusing in the extreme. There was a haphazard montage of temples and gods and goddesses. For a moment I thought it was something to do with producer Ekta Kapoor’s banner, Balaji Telefilms, since she is known to be deeply religious.
Then we saw some random shots of Agra with tourists wandering about. Then the location shifted to Akbar’s mausoleum at Sikandra where Akbar and Jodha’s ghosts flitted about, talking of their great love for each other.
And then the show started. They may as well have cut to the chase and spared us this meandering lead-in which actually led neither here nor there nor anywhere else.
The premise of the show (I’m not even going into the whole historical accuracy aspect because, to be fair, the makers lay no claim to being true to history) is how an arrogant and cruel king (Akbar) was reformed by the love of a beautiful and soft-hearted princess (Jodha). This is a fail-proof romance formula that can seldom go wrong. But.
Akbar comes across more as a weird kind of spoilt brat (what’s with all that grinning? Is it meant to be sinister?) than a powerful, ruthless king.
And Jodha looks sweet but hardly the kind of legendary beauty who would bring an imperious and unscrupulous king to his knees. The locations and costumes are nice enough.
But there’s a certain clunkiness in the story-telling, maybe because so many scenes are stretched beyond snapping point. It’s like trying to squeeze the juice out of an orange when the orange is already dry.
The other new show is Do Dil Ek Jaan (Life OK), a love story between a ‘good girl’ (Antara) and a ‘bad boy’ (Raghu). Antara has just come to Mumbai from Kashmir with her family after the tragic death of her father (who was killed by terrorists). Raghu is a street hood who works for a local gangster.
The back story — the happy family in Kashmir, before tragedy strikes — made for good viewing, particularly because of the presence of the incomparable Farooq Shaikh, who played the role of Antara’s father (unfortunately, they’ve killed him off now so we won’t get to see him anymore).
The story right now is focused on the clashes between Antara and Raghu — more forceful actors in the two lead roles could have lifted the show up several notches.

Beware the ghost of Jodha-Akbar!

The latest historical serial to hit the screen in your home is Jodha Akbar (Zee). Ashutosh Gowariker’s dazzling film of the same name hasn’t receded that far in our memory that we’ve forgotten everything in it. Hrithik Roshan made for an impressive, charismatic Akbar and Aishwarya Rai
played the regal and beautiful Rajput princess with the kind of delicate strength needed for such a role. So to try and do a TV version of Jodha Akbar is ambitious indeed. And as we all know, ambition can often exceed the talent.
The opening of the serial was confusing in the extreme. There was a haphazard montage of temples and gods and goddesses. For a moment I thought it was something to do with producer Ekta Kapoor’s banner, Balaji Telefilms, since she is known to be deeply religious.
Then we saw some random shots of Agra with tourists wandering about. Then the location shifted to Akbar’s mausoleum at Sikandra where Akbar and Jodha’s ghosts flitted about, talking of their great love for each other.
And then the show started. They may as well have cut to the chase and spared us this meandering lead-in which actually led neither here nor there nor anywhere else.
The premise of the show (I’m not even going into the whole historical accuracy aspect because, to be fair, the makers lay no claim to being true to history) is how an arrogant and cruel king (Akbar) was reformed by the love of a beautiful and soft-hearted princess (Jodha). This is a fail-proof romance formula that can seldom go wrong. But.
Akbar comes across more as a weird kind of spoilt brat (what’s with all that grinning? Is it meant to be sinister?) than a powerful, ruthless king.
And Jodha looks sweet but hardly the kind of legendary beauty who would bring an imperious and unscrupulous king to his knees. The locations and costumes are nice enough.
But there’s a certain clunkiness in the story-telling, maybe because so many scenes are stretched beyond snapping point. It’s like trying to squeeze the juice out of an orange when the orange is already dry.
The other new show is Do Dil Ek Jaan (Life OK), a love story between a ‘good girl’ (Antara) and a ‘bad boy’ (Raghu). Antara has just come to Mumbai from Kashmir with her family after the tragic death of her father (who was killed by terrorists). Raghu is a street hood who works for a local gangster.
The back story — the happy family in Kashmir, before tragedy strikes — made for good viewing, particularly because of the presence of the incomparable Farooq Shaikh, who played the role of Antara’s father (unfortunately, they’ve killed him off now so we won’t get to see him anymore).
The story right now is focused on the clashes between Antara and Raghu — more forceful actors in the two lead roles could have lifted the show up several notches.

‘The serial is not just the love story of Jodha and Akbar’

Rajat Tokas makes a comeback on television after a gap of two-and-a-half years with the historical show Jodha Akbar. Produced by Ekta Kapoor, it will premiere on Zee Television on June 18. 

The 21-year-old actor, who made a name for himself in the role of the warrior king in the TV serial Dharti Ka Veer Yodha Prithviraj Chauhan, said of his new show: “It is a misconception that the serial is on the same lines as the film. This serial is a political drama, rather than just the love story of Jodha and Akbar. I am excited to play the role of an emperor. I am trying to live this character as much as possible.

“The Akbar I am playing is about 22 years old. I think the combination of fame, success and madness is a deadly [combination] and that is something that you will get to see on screen.” 

When asked about his fascination for period dramas, he replied, “It’s not about getting back to historical shows or that I am in love with historical characters. But, yes, it’s true that I like them as I love playing a man. I want to explore myself as an actor with these kinds of opportunities.”

Rajat has teamed up with Ekta Kapoor for the second time after the TV soap Tere Liye. The actor says he used the two years to complete his studies. “I did my graduation in Arts. In between I was offered films but they didn’t work out. I got depressed as I had no work. My mom also got depressed, seeing me depressed. I had no option but to send her back to Delhi.”

He says that was a tough period. “I am a loner and don’t have friends. I’ve never had any friends since childhood. I don’t know how to make friends. I am not the sort of person who will walk up to anyone and make friends.”

So what kind of equation does he share with his co-stars? 

“When I’m playing my role, I am in the character and not myself. I have been given this responsibility so I can’t let them down. If I lose my focus even for a minute, I might lose out on any opportunity that comes my way,” Rajat replied.

Watch Jodha Akbar every Monday to Friday at 8pm on Zee Television.

‘The serial is not just the love story of Jodha and Akbar’

Rajat Tokas makes a comeback on television after a gap of two-and-a-half years with the historical show Jodha Akbar. Produced by Ekta Kapoor, it will premiere on Zee Television on June 18. 

The 21-year-old actor, who made a name for himself in the role of the warrior king in the TV serial Dharti Ka Veer Yodha Prithviraj Chauhan, said of his new show: “It is a misconception that the serial is on the same lines as the film. This serial is a political drama, rather than just the love story of Jodha and Akbar. I am excited to play the role of an emperor. I am trying to live this character as much as possible.

“The Akbar I am playing is about 22 years old. I think the combination of fame, success and madness is a deadly [combination] and that is something that you will get to see on screen.” 

When asked about his fascination for period dramas, he replied, “It’s not about getting back to historical shows or that I am in love with historical characters. But, yes, it’s true that I like them as I love playing a man. I want to explore myself as an actor with these kinds of opportunities.”

Rajat has teamed up with Ekta Kapoor for the second time after the TV soap Tere Liye. The actor says he used the two years to complete his studies. “I did my graduation in Arts. In between I was offered films but they didn’t work out. I got depressed as I had no work. My mom also got depressed, seeing me depressed. I had no option but to send her back to Delhi.”

He says that was a tough period. “I am a loner and don’t have friends. I’ve never had any friends since childhood. I don’t know how to make friends. I am not the sort of person who will walk up to anyone and make friends.”

So what kind of equation does he share with his co-stars? 

“When I’m playing my role, I am in the character and not myself. I have been given this responsibility so I can’t let them down. If I lose my focus even for a minute, I might lose out on any opportunity that comes my way,” Rajat replied.

Watch Jodha Akbar every Monday to Friday at 8pm on Zee Television.