Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani: Rani buried alive Mughal-e-Azam style

Oct 29, 2016

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Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani: Raja (Sartaj Gill) turns saviour for Rani (Eisha Singh) as Bindu tries evil stunt to kill her

The makers of Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani are all set to recreate the Mughal e Azam moment with Rani being buried behind a wall. Viewers are now going to see Bindu turning into an aggressive and possessive lover as she is ready to go to any length o eliminated Rani from her life so that she can have Raja all to herself. Viewers will get to see an intense battle creaking out between Rani and Bindu amid the Diwali celebrations where Bindu will try to strike Rani with a hunter. Rani will escape from Bindu’s attack and run away. However, Bindu will manage to overpower Rani and will make her fall over a Rangoli which will lead to Rani being covered up in Rangoli colours. Bindu will manage to overpower Rani completely and tie up her hand and will also torture her aggressively. Bindu will then put a cloth over Rani’s head and will lead her on to an unknown place. Rani will get the biggest shock when she will see that Bindu plans to get her buried behind a wall. Rani’s hands will be tied and Bindu will also gag Rani so that she is not able to protest or escape while the workers build a wall to trap Rani. Bindu will be evilly happy as she will manage to trap Rani and will hope to kill her so that she gets eliminated from her life forever. However, Raja will start to look for Rani and will not find her anywhere. Raja will find Rani’s wearing and will know that she is in trouble. Raja will desperately search for Rani and finally he will hear her muffled cries behind the wall and will begin to break it down. Raja will be shocked to find Rani in a unconscious condition and will rescue her. Let’s wait and see how Raja deals with Bindu knowing about her evil deeds. Stay tuned for more updates on Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani.

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