Jodha Akbar's April 24th episode: The Mughal force becomes face to face with the force of Iran to start a fierce battle. Akbar sees that his sons are cooperating with each other to fight against the enemy; he tells Man Singh that one of his missions behind the war has become successful.
Salim thinks that Akbar is lucky as he gets letters from his ladylove Jodha. Salim misses Anarkali. Hamida remains tensed for her son and grandsons and keeps blaming Jodha for the battle.
Hamida meets the ambassadors of Iran. They tell her that still there is time for Jodha’s conversion and they can stop the war if Jodha accepts Islam with true respect. Hamida promises that she would try her best to stop the war.
King Birbal and King Todarmal inform Jodha that Hamida has met the messengers of the enemy, going against the rules of politics. They apprehend that it can cause a serious threat to the safety of the Mughals. They give her a letter which Hamida has written to the King of Iran.
Jodha thinks if she crosses Hamida, things will turn even more bitter. But she also thinks that it is her duty to look after the issues of the state in Akbar’s absence. She meets Hamida.
As presumed by Jodha, Hamida becomes angry when asked about her meeting with the ambassadors of Iran. She says that she will call a meeting at Dewan-E-Khas and give the answer in the presence of the eminent officers of the state.
Jodha requests Hamida to keep the matter between the two of them. Hamida replies that she has no personal bonding with Jodha. She will give the explanation to the Mallika-E-Hind, being the Marium Makani.