Jodha Akbar's April 27th episode: The Mughals win the battle against the King of Badksha. The King is held as a captive and taken to Akbar. Akbar asks him whether he is ready to join him in his rebellion against the King of Iran.
Jodha is perhaps in the greatest confusion of her life. She cannot understand how to face Hamida at Dewan-E-Khas. She thinks that she has committed a big mistake by crossing Hamida.
Salima tells Jodha that she was not wrong in asking Hamida about her meeting with the Iran ambassadors. Jodha is the Mallika-E-Hind and she has the responsibility of looking after the state in the absence of the Emperor, says Salima. She adds that Jodha has to forget the relationships to do justice to her responsibilities.
Jodha sits in front of Lord Kanha to get over her confusions. She recalls that in the great epic ‘Mahabharata’, the Pandavas were compelled to fight a battle against their relatives. She decides to face the political conflict without thinking of an escape.
Rukaiya hopes that Jodha would permanently lose her power and position after the confrontation; Salima tells Rukaiya that Jodha is powerful enough to overcome the crisis.
Jodha and Hamida become face-to-face at Dewan-E-Khas in the presence of all the family members and the top officers of the state. Hamida explains that she met the ambassadors of Iran to stop the war which is going to bring an eternal enmity between Iran and India, whereas the two countries have been friends from the time of Emperor Humayun.
Hamida continues that she had to take the step to end the conflicts, which Jodha could have ended long before. She tells Jodha that she is ready to get punished for this. Hamida faints after giving her statement.