‘The Empire’ with its scintillating and grand promo had created a new curiosity in the hearts of the audience. Today, in the midst of the ongoing controversies over whether the tales of the Mughals who oppressed India are right or wrong, the Nikhil Advani-produced and directed by Mitakshara Kumar, the web series Babur is not the great king but the king’s harem of politics.
Present by making a weak pawn. Anyway, no matter how great a king who hates India and dreams of ruling it, no matter how great he should be shown, it is very difficult to like him.
The Empire Review And Story
The web series based on Alex Rutherford’s Empire of the Mughal – Raiders of the North, the first episode of ‘Riders from the North’, begins with a 14-year-old Babar who is on the one hand learning the tactics of warfare, and on the other. He is taking art lessons from his father.
This story begins with Samarkand and Fergana which are now known as Uzbekistan. Babar starts dreaming of ruling there after hearing about India from his father.
In the first episode we see the first battle of Panipat between Babar and Ghani, where Zaheeruddin Mohammad Babar presents a flashback of his life to the audience. After the death of Babur’s father, where does his maternal grandmother put 14-year-old Babur on the throne of Fargana.
The little king faces Shaibani Khan, Dino Morea, sitting on the throne of Fargana with his eyes fixed. Gulrukh Begum of Babar’s father’s harem joins hands with Shaibani for the sake of her son and Babur goes to Samarkand with her family.
However, Shaibani Khan’s growing appetite brings him to Samarkand and once again Babar has to bid goodbye to Samarkand, bowing before Shaibani. But it is not so easy because when
Babar puts a condition in front of Shaibani Khan that he will leave Samarkand, but Shaibani will let him go safely to the family and his close ones, he should not commit any atrocities on the people of Samarkand. Shaibani agrees to Babar’s conditions but in return, he keeps Babur’s sister Khanzada with him.
After Babar’s maternal grandmother, how Khanzada does this whole fight in her favor, how an independent and powerful existence of a woman is seen in the Mughal Empire, it is well seen in this web series.
This story, which started with Babur in ‘The Empire’, also tells the story of his son Humayun, Kamran and Babur’s domination of the Indian Empire. Despite the tireless efforts of the makers, Babur sees a weak, weak king leaving his subjects in the hands of the enemy.
In the story of The Empire, an attempt has been made to make women appear powerful, but this effort appears to be a fight between the emperor’s harem. In the story of the Mughal and Turkish empires, the jealousy of countless women who joined the emperor’s harem and harem several times and the conflict between them and their children is always shown due to this jealousy.
Even in The Empire, the betrayal of Babur’s father’s girlfriend and later the conspiracy of Babur’s second wife against him, the Khanzada’s decisions present even a harem emperor like Babar as a puppet of harem politics.
Shabana Azmi, who plays the role of Nanijan, once again attracts everyone towards her character by spreading her acting skills. Actress Drishti Dhami, who debuted with this series, is also seen giving her 100 percent to Khanzada’s role.
His acting, his body language, expressions are all very good. Kunal Kapoor, who played the role of Babar, has played the character of a gentle yet kind, obedient yet carefree king. Dino Morea’s Shaibani Khan also manages to touch the hearts of people on the go.
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