Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story

Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story

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Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story

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Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story is a 2005 Hindi film directed by Akbar Khan. The movie starred Kabir Bedi, Sonya Jehan, Manisha Koirala, Arbaaz Khan, Vaquar Sheikh and Pooja Batra in the title roles. The movie was released on 18 November in India. It was an instant flop, even though it was heavily publicised. Music was composed by the legend of Indian film music Naushad. This was the last work of the music maestro who died on 5 May 2006.


Shah Jehan was known as Prince Khurram (Zulfikar Sayed) when he was about 19 years old. Khurram was Emperor Jehangir (Arbaaz Ali) favourite son, whom Jehangir wanted to be the future Emperor of India and his wife Noor Jehan (Pooja Batra) was well aware of this fact. Noor Jehan was earlier married once, but when her first husband died, Jehangir married her. Ladli Begum (Kim Sharma) was Noor Jehan’s daughter from her first marriage. Noor Jehan was a shrewd lady, who wanted the best for herself and her daughter and she wanted to get Ladli Begum married to Prince Khurram, so that she become the Empress of the Mughal Dynasty.

Khurram had a passion for hunting and one day while hunting in a jungle, he met Arjumand Bano. Theirs was a love at first sight as Khurram gets attracted to Arjumand Bano’s innocence and beauty, while Arjumand got impressed by Khurram’s great personality. Arjumand Bano was Asaf Khan’s (Aly Khan) daughter, Empress Noor Jehan’s brother. Khurram and Bano again meet at the Meena Bazaar, where finally both of...
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