| Action, Adventure, Biography
A sixteenth century love story about a marriage of alliance that gave birth to true love between a great Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodha.
In order to acquaint himself with the elephant and strike a comfort level, Hrithik Roshan used to travel to Karjat on days when he was not shooting, just to spend time with the elephant and feed her bananas at lunch. He called him Sweety pie and she... ...
Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar:
I don't understand?
Jodhaa Bai: No, you don't! You know how to wage war and conquer. But do not know how to rule.
Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar: What did you say?
Jodhaa Bai: That you have only conquered me, but not won my heart yet... you should have at least tried to know what really happened. But the...
In the scene where Jalal goes to Amer for the first time to take back Jodha, one of the subordinates of Jodha named Madhavi, while watching him through window, comments that "Mujhe to ab bhi vishwas nahi ho raha", meaning "I still can't believe this". This is clearly being spoken in Gujrati accent. It seems unlikely that a small kingdom of Amer (In present day Rajasthan) would have hired domestic help from Gujarat.
Some titles in the end credits have images from the movie which represent the certain department:
1)For choreography a screenshot from the song "Azeem-o-shan Shehensha", which shows the dancers.
2)For dialogues, screenshot of Jodhaa's letter to Sujamal.
3)For music, screenshot from the song "Azeem-o-shan Shehensha", which shows the drummers.
4)For production design, the fortress.
5)For costumes, screenshot from the song "Azeem-o-shan Shehensha", which shows Jodha and Akbar standing together.
6)For stunts, a battle screenshot.
7)For editing, screenshot of Jodha and Akbar's swordfight, with theirs swords overlapping and forming a scissor shape.
8)For religious consultants, screenshot of Akbar's meeting with the scholars.
9)For jewelry, screenshot of Jodha with Nelakshi in the back, right after the wedding night.
£365,785 (UK) (15 February 2008)
$3,440,718 (USA) (11 April 2008)
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