Jodha is hurt at looking at the condition of the slaves. She gives shelter to one of the kids who was being taken as a slave. Jodha is astonished at seeing a new and shocking side of 'Haram', which lacks mercy and humanity. Jodha ponders over the idea of taking the responsibility of 'Haram' from Rukaiyaa. She realizes the amount of faith people are having in her. Akbar intervenes her train of thoughts and counts to her the good qualities she posseses. Akbar tries to convince to her that she is absolutely suitable for the 'Haram'. Rukaiyaa is still confident that she will continue to have the responsibility of 'Haram'. But to everybody's surprise, Jodha takes a stand against Rukaiyaa and decides to be nominated for taking Haram's responsibility. Rukaiyaa's arrogance makes her loose her royal servant Hoshiyar. Hoshiyar goes to Jodha and takes shelter in her. Jodha does not want Hoshiyar to leave Rukaiyaa and come to her, but after seeing Hoshiyar's condition, Jodha accepts Hoshiyar's service. Akbar reveals to Jodha that Sujamal, her own brother has been involved in unfair war practices. Jodha though surprised asks Akbar to take the necessary actions.
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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