The present stars Dharmendra, Naseeruddin Shah, Rahul Bose, Aditi Rao Hydari, Zarina Wahab, Sandhya Mridul, Aashim Gulati, and Taaha Shah.
The ZEE5 International unique Taj, which has two seasons, has acquired a terrific response from the viewers. The present stars Dharmendra, Naseeruddin Shah, Rahul Bose, Aditi Rao Hydari, Zarina Wahab, Sandhya Mridul, Aashim Gulati, and Taaha Shah in principal roles and is produced by Contiloe Footage.
Set within the sixteenth century, the sequence follows Akbar and the conflict of succession amongst his 3 sons: Salim, Murad, and Daniyal. Vibhu Puri, the director of the two-season ZEE5 International, says that opposite to widespread perception he believes that the Mughals weren’t invaders who got here to India to plunder the nation.
I sincerely consider they weren’t invaders. They by no means got here with the concept of plundering the nation, after which going again and establishing themselves elsewhere,” Puri tells Indian Categorical.
He additional added, “They got here in, fell in love with India, and dominated the nation. They’re as Hindustani as every other emperors in our historical past. And like with each empire, they introduced their very own cultural values, music, artwork, and faith.”
Puri reiterated that he doesn’t ‘personally assume they had been invaders’. “A few of them could have been barbaric, some weren’t. There have been household feuds for positive however kahan nahi hote hai? I feel any empire, any throne is written in blood. There has by no means been a peaceable treaty or succession, and it doesn’t even occur in up to date occasions. Now we have by no means been a peaceable race,” he mentioned.
Speaking about his fascination with the Mughals, he mentioned, “It has been a part of our rising up. The Taj Mahal is ours; the Mughal Backyard is ours, and even Lal Qila (Crimson Fort), we nonetheless hoist the nationwide flag there. In the event that they had been plunderers, we wouldn’t have celebrated that. These are a part of our ethos and so they can not take that away from us.”