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The relationship is discovered by the jealous Bahar (Nigar Sultana), a dancer of a higher rank, who wants the prince to love her so that she may one day become queen.
Film scholars have welcomed its portrayal of enduring themes, but question its historical accuracy.
By some accounts, Mughal-e-Azam was the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time, adjusted for inflation.
The accolades awarded to the film include one National Film Award and three Filmfare Awards at the 8th Filmfare Awards.
Emperor Akbar (Prithviraj Kapoor), who does not have a male heir, undertakes a pilgrimage to a shrine to pray that his wife Jodhabai (Durga Khote) give birth to a son.
Later, a maid brings the emperor news of his son's birth.