Saleem is lost in the thoughts of what Anarkali had said and he starts to feel bad for Anarkali. Haider on the other hand lays a trap for Anarkali and she is later called to the royal court and is accused of stealing a jewellery from the Sadar Bazaar. Anarkali denies the allegations but adds that since the jewellery had been found in her room all her attempts to defend herself will fail and hence she agrees to bare any punishment that the king announces. While, Mansoor feels that Anarkali should be punished, Akbar understands that Anarkali is not the thief. Saleem later goes to Haider and shouts at him as he finds out that Haider was responsible for trapping Anarkali. He later decides to apologize to Anarkali and when he goes to meet her, he ends up reading the letter that she had written for him while she was in love with him. Later as the episode concludes, Mansoor goes on to compare Akbar to God and Birbal finds this comparison ridiculous and this leads to an argument between the nine gems of Akbar. How will this argument be sorted out? Will Birbal once again display his wit? Keep watching to find out.
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.