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The Movements At Taxashila | Chanakya Hindi TV Serial On DVD | A Personal Review

After analyzing the situations the king of Kaikei – Maharaj Parvateshwar aka PauravRaj calls in the assembly of the minister for final decision. Here we can see that the king is not taking the decision on his own, despite his ability. He follows the republic way. The council of ministers is called in; the points are discussed; the pros and cons are considered; the situations are analyzed more properly; everyone’s important views taken into the consideration; and then the decision will be declared; which is acceptable by all. This is probably the best way. When a ruler single handedly takes the decision without hearing the others, it is the dictatorship. It has all the chances that the decision is influenced by psychological, social and environmental condition of the decision taker. If the decision is taken by analyzing an discussing with wise, intelligent, honest and genuine people, the chance of being it the most proper decision at the time, are high.

We had also seen in the previous episodes that how arrogant Ambhikumar declares rules above his genuine, honest and patriot minister’s advice. Quite opposite to the ruling system of Kaikei. Probably that is the thing which will make the difference.

Even Sinharan – the commandant of Taxashila was not happy with the way Ambhikumar is ruling. During a conversation to Subhada he reveals that the stupidity of Ambhikumar will someday prove dangerous to the entire kingdom. Sinharan had to do works of robber which makes him feel seek. Respect the genuineness of your key supporters is a must thing. Even the companies respect its genuine employee, their views and even takes care of their family too. Because the loyalty gets affected otherwise.

Anyway, we saw that the proxy war is already begun. And relation of the chief minister and crown prince of Taxashila are at dangerous mode. The solders and servants sent by Sushen to find those shady sages who implanted wrong beliefs in his wife were unable to find them. The surveillance was run day and night but no results achieved. Ultimately Sushen decides to leave Taxashila. It is the only way he and his family can stay alive.

One the other end, Chand Verma, AshtaVakra and other spies of Kaikei have started doing their bits. The ultimate decision is conveyed to all the team members and the night is on the way to be the darker one for Taxashila. In the course of events all the royal family members, courtiers and other important fellows are trapped in the bar. They were shown affection from the ladies there and was offered more and more drink to them. Ultimately almost all of them were got too much drunk.

The conversation between Sinharan and Subhada on that night is worth to pay attention at. It shows that spies are humans ultimately. It is the different thing that they need to control their feelings and they are excellent at the same. Sometimes their job puts them in the strange situation or dilemma. The picturisation of the night when the actions are started is done excellently. There are not much dialogs in the scenes. Most of the scenes shows the action being done silently, and they are impactful. The acting of junior actors disappoints at various places, but the seasoned actors does their part well.

A nice episode with compatible background music and pretty good DVD quality.

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