Jodha Akbar 27th February written episode: When Rukaiya wants to rest in complete darkness and silence, she hears quarrels outside and orders Hoshier to stop the noise. Hosier informs her that the women have completely gone mad and they are not ready to listen to anyone. Coming outside, Rukaiya discovers that two maids are fighting over their lover. Ruksana claims that she was betrothed to Mazhar in childhood, while Aziza claims that Mazhar and she truly love each other.
Rukaiya Begum orders that Mazhar should marry Ruksana, as the marriage was prepared by their parents in their childhood. Jodha opposes to this saying that, at that time Mazhar had no idea about love and relationship; now he should marry the girl he truly loves. Rukaiya rubbishes the idea of love and she says it is only friendship, especially childhood friendship, that can be valued.
Jodha tells Rukaiya that she has no right to take such decisions, because she is the in-charge of the Harem, the women’s segment of the palace. Mazhar is not a part of the Harem. She suggests that only the Emperor has the right to solve the matter. This time, Maha Manga also supports Jodha.
Jodha appeals to Akbar to look after the matter. Akbar opposes to this proposal, saying that he has to look after his kingdom and it is Rukaiya Begum’s responsibility to look after the Harem. Jodha says that the people inside the palace are also part of his kingdom and it is his duty to look after them, especially when Rukaiya’s wrong decision is going destroy the lives of two people.
The maid- servants of the Harem become angry with Rukaiya’s decision. Maha Manga informs Rukaiya that there is an uprising in the Harem against her. Hoshier confirms the news, informing that Akbar himself has called all the women of the Harem, for some discussion.
After winning the battle of Mebar, Sujhamal wants to visit Agra, to see his sister Jodha, whom he loves a lot. He vehemently rebukes his attendant, who criticizes Jodha for marrying a Mughal King.