Download Jodhaa Akbar Video Songs
01 Jashn-E-Bahaaraa (PART1,2,3 Mixed FULL)
02 Jashn-E-Bahaaraa (Slow) V2
03 Jashn-E-Bahaaraa V3
04 Mann Mohanaa V1
05 Mann Mohanaa V2
06 Khwaja Mere Khwaja
07 Inn Lamhon Ke Daaman Mein
08 Azeem O Shaan Shahenshah V1
09 Azeem O Shaan Shahenshah V2
“Jodhaa Akbar” Review
"Jodha Akbar" is a historical drama in the sixteenth century. It is also the most expensive film ever made in Bollywood in the U.S. $ 10,000,000. However, $ 10,000,000 goes much further in India and the film has the look and feel of a 100 million dollars in the American epic "Jodha Akbar" was shot on location with many beautiful places, including some scenes in the famous Agra Fort. The costumes and scenery are beautiful. The film has the look and feel of a great epic and musical interludes seem out of place one might expect. The best song is presented as part of a festival in honor Akbar, so it is perfect. Aishwarya Rai is very beautiful and Jodha Hrithik Roshan works well when the Muslim king. From a cinematic point of view, the only real criticism clichés like "Mauno e Mauno" showdown at the end of the film and the runtime that represents more than three hours. Americans sitting in the theater reading titles for more than three hours? Experts have suggested that the answer to this question will determine the future of Bollywood epics.
From a moral attitude of the first ten minutes of the film have a stern warning for parents. The opening battle scenes are graphic and include an elephant stepping on someone's head, walked another elephant on the chest of someone who is coughing up spurts of blood, severed arm fly in the air with the blood screenings, and many other scenes of fierce fighting. However, after the opening graphic scenes of the film is purely a case of PG so slight, but parents must realize that the nature of these early scenes is the equivalent of an R-rated movie. It is also the inclusion of a strange gay / transvestite man as the chief eunuch. In reality, it never happened, and it feels very strange and anachronistic. Otherwise, there is little a strictly moral offense. Even the love scenes are done without sex or kissing. In fact, the only time the lips of Akbar its touch when it was Johdaa kiss on the forehead. You can, however, show some cleavage and Hrishik is a scene reminiscent of Conan the Barbarian, where he directs his muscles exposed during practice with a sword.
Biggest problem is not moral, but religious. The theme of the film is tolerance, but the show goes beyond the history and may even be cons-productive in promoting a naive view of Islamic dynasties. This does not mean that Akbar the Great was not a significant rule in the Muslim context of his time, nor does it prejudge the enjoyability of the film, but is relevant because India and the American struggle against the Islamist extremists.