Now, as we know, prince Indrajeet Sinh (aka Indrajeet Singh) has been kidnapped by Bhavani Sinh (aka Bhawani Singh) and Kesariya is a mysterious character who is following Sangram Singh and his soldiers with an aim.
When Sangram and his team was unable find prince Indrajeet Singh, he had change his plans to go back to VijayGadh. Now all his efforts has to be paid for only one target and that is search for Indrajeet. Though, when he was searching for the prince he found that Kesariya was keeping an eye on him. Sangram threatens her to death to get her speaking the truth. Kesariya managed to convince Sangram that when she didn’t found Sangram and his men in the tent, she got worried and while searching for them, she eventually came there. Now her only intentions are to go back her home and for that she demanded help of Sangram, as the man-eater-chittah is still wandering in the Jungle.
Sangram however was busy with all his men in search for prince Indrajeet and has refused to offer her any help. But who was actually needed help!? Kesariya got relieved with the fact the Sangram left her alive! She now decided to not to follow Sangram and his men, because now it can prove fatal for her, and she decided to meet his master and inform him all the stuff she knew and get back to him
Here we see that Krur Singh with his allies Nazim and Ahmed was awaiting for Kesariya desperately. His allies were worried due to the existence of the man-eater-chittah and as they do not have any weapons, one of them was tried to bring a little wood stick to feel secure against possible attack of the chittah.
The actor playing Krur Singh is not looking convincing at all. The way the veteran actor Akhlendra Mishra played in the TV serial – Chandrakanta – was tremendous. Well, Kahani Chandrakanta Ki – TV serial plays a disclaimer in the beginning, telling that it is is neither a prequel or sequel of any other TV series and so on. But the comparison with – Chandrakanta – is obvious. The mustaches look pretty fake on KrurSingh and his getup fails creating any fear.
Bhavani Singh brought Indrajeet to a pre-arranged place for him to keep in custody. He was very thoughtful to not to bring Indrajit to ShivGadh immediately. Raja Chaudhary is not very convincing as a warrior of Bhawani Singh’s level! The actor playing young Indrajeet tries well. Especially his war of words with Raja Chaudhary is a nice watch, he remains better performer there.
Krur Singh got tired walking in the jungle in search of Kesariya (along with his allies) through whole day, but neither he got any clue about her nor he was able to find any information about Indrajeet and Anand. So none of his purpose to came to this dangerous place (the jungles of Kaneri or Kanheri), served at all. Which made him very disappointed. He finally decided to take some rest. But the way Nazim talks him in reply, doesn’t a laughter at all, and can we imagine someone talking to Krur Singh in this manner in TV serial – Chandrakanta? No we cannot?! But here he is portrayed as a comic character.
Finally they meet with Kesariya. And they now got to know all the facts. Here the maternal grand father of Indrajeet and Aanad was worrying for them. He was disappointed to know that there is no progressive news about them. Here the actress who conveys him the message plays her dialog with flat mouth, no expressions! And when she conveys him that the king should rest now, she will make him know as soon as she got any news about both the prince, it looks like she is ordering the king!!
The lines sung by Vinod Rathore are the positive factor of the TV show. Some of the elements of various sets are more convincing then they were before. The cloths of warriors still disappoints. The sword fight is less convincing.
Overall an episode which fall is “not bad” category where a couple of good performance saves it.