Paridhi Sharma & Zee Tv
Paridhi Sharma is an Indian television actress. She plays the lead character of Rajkumari Jodha Bai in the television serial Jodha Akbar. Zee TV is an India-based satellite television channel owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, which broadcasts various programmes in Hindi and other regional languages of India./5
Accolades of Paridhi Sharma. # Zee Rishtey Award for Favourite Nayii Jodi - 2013. # Garv Indian TV Award for Best...
Jodha Akbar is an Indian fictional television series scheduled for airing by Zee TV. The series is slotted for a premiere on June 18, 2013 and airs weeknights. The show is produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms. It stars Rajat Tokas and Paridhi Sharma in lead roles.
Jodha Akbar: Jalal to make Jodha express her love feeling for him Everyone in the fort can see love in Jodha’s (Paridhi Sharma) eyes blooming for Jalal (Rajat Tokas) which she does not accepts or reveal in Zee Tv ‘s popular epic serial Jodha Akbar. Jodha not only almost gave her life for Jalal but is also seen busy in his thoughts all the time. On the way through difficult times Jodha regained her lost powers and was happy with Jalal looking at his inner character which was not only caring but very responsible for his people. In the last episode, all the family members were excited to know about Jodha and Jalal’s journey. While Rukiya was happy that she was able to keep Jodha and Jalal’s body away from each other she was made aware how there souls are unifying speedily. In the coming episode, Jalal will himself ask Jodha if Jodha liked the journey. On Jodha’s expression of happiness in journey Jalal will ask directly whether she likes journey more or his company. Let’s see if Jodha hides her e ...
Akbar dresses up in disguise, stands up against child-marriage in Jodha Akbar- Fighting for the cause of child-marriage, this week in Zee TV’s Jodha Akbar (Balaji Telefilms), viewers will see Akbar in a completely new and different look on the show. Going against all odds to help save a 14 year old girl from being forced into child marriage, Akbar (Rajat Tokas) will dress in disguise as a choodiwala in order to get to the root of the matter. ... Understanding that a 14 year old girl from his kingdom is about to get married to a man double her age, Akbar along with some help from Jodha (Paridhi Sharma) takes up the cause of putting an end to the regressive tradition of child marriage in his kingdom. In order to investigate who the man is, Akbar dresses up as a choodiwala so as to not to be recognized by the henchmen of his kingdom. In his attempt to unearth the truth behind this child marriage, Akbar discovers that it is none other than his evil step-brother Adham Khan who has forced the marriage upon th ...
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