Here it goes -
Grand wedding of Ajabde and Maharana Pratap -
It was the biggest, lavish and grandeur wedding shown on the television of young Maharana Pratap (Faisal l Khan) and Ajabde (Roshni Walia). The wedding ceremony continued to go on air for almost 15 days. With the opulent outfits, decor and the minute details showcased on the show, the sequence became the maha wedding of TV.
The vast leap -
The show took a leap after Pratap and Ajabde got married. Kids got replaced by the elders one's where Ssharad Malhotra made a comeback to television as Pratap, Rachana Parulkar immediately bagged the role of Ajabde after her previous show Ek Mutthi Aasman went off air. Krip Suri, who was already seen in other shows bagged the role of Akbar and many other actors were also roped in after the leap.
The major wars -
There was a major and the biggest fight shown where they involved 10,000 soldiers in the war. The war emerged between Rao Maldev (Surendra Pal) and Maharana Udai Singh (Shakti Anand) as they both wanted to get married to Rani Veerbai (Sarika Dhillon). The other reason was Mewadi and Marwad getting united in spite of being enemies to fight against the Mughals. But Akbar created a misunderstanding between them and they ended up fighting amongst them.
There was a Siege war which is said to be the biggest war in the Indian history where maximum bloodshed happened. This was planned by Akbar as he wanted to capture Pratap's kingdom (Chittor) and acquired the victory in the war.
Audience saw the death of Bairam who breathed his last along with the troop of Afghani soldiers.
Bhatiyani's son Jagmal shot his mother and Pratap took that blame upon him as Bhatiyani doesnâ€™t want her son to get punished. Thus, Udai Singh sentenced Pratap to death. Later, when Jagmal's truth was revealed, Pratap was released from this punishment.
Phool Kanwar's exit -
Before the leap, Phool Kanwar (Jannat Zubair Rehmani) was supposed to get married to Pratap. But as Pratap and Ajabde fell in love with each other, she sacrificed her love. After the leap her character has vanished in spite being the important character and according to the Indian History, Phool Kanwar was Pratap's fifth wife.