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Sometimes, the only path to the throne passes through a pool of blood. From the dawn of time, Ancient India has always struggled with its rulers & usurpers. The history that we read today has been written in red ink and spells treachery, deceit & betrayal.

The glory of kings was tainted by the heinous crimes; all of them leading into murder. These events, still rustling in the history, are about to be opened. Set as a chronicle of the historical crimes, Rakkt narrates & analyses the most infamous true stories of historical assassinations, which changed the course of modern India.

The bone chilling tales of deceit & betrayal are brought to light from the exotic ruins of the real locations.

Star-Cast of ‘Time Machine’ Epic Tv Show 

  • Panna Dhai  
Panna Devi was a governess in the royal kingdom of Mewar during the 16th century. Charges with the care of 5 year old Udai Singh, she raised him like her own son Chandan. The hunger for throne led, cousin Banbir to assassinate the king, leaving Udai Singh as the only heir and his only obstacle. To destroy any other claim to the throne, Banbir headed to kill Udai. Exhibiting unmatched loyalty, Panna replaced the sleeping Udai Singh with her son Chandan, and witnessed the slaughter of her own flesh and blood.
  • Alaa-ud-din Khilji - 13th Century
In 1290, Jalal-ud-din, a tolerant, liberal and generous king, founded the Khilji dynasty at the age of 70 years. Nobles warned him against his nephew Ala-ud-din Khilji who wanted to usurp the throne. But he paid no heed to their warnings and continued to consider -ud-din like a son. Blinded with greed, Ala-ud-din conspired to kill his uncle. 
  • Narayan Rao Peshwa - 18th century
In the year 1772, a 17 year-old Narayan Rao was appointed Peshwa under the vigilance of his uncle Raghunath Rao. His aunt Anandi Bai became extremely jealous of his pre-mature rise to throne. Raghunath hatched a plan to capture Narayan with the help of Guard Sumer Singh Gardi. But Anandi Bai manipulated the orders and it ended up into a brutal killing of Narayan instead of an arrest.
  • Rana Kumbha
In 1468, the Mewar Empire’s Kumbhalgarh fort lost its much loved king Raja Kumbha who was killed by none other than his own son ‘Prince Uday’. The expansive kingdom and an unending rule of 50 years made the heir of the great king envious and provoked him to seize the throne by any means possible.
  • Dara Shikoh
Dara Shikoh – 17th century: Dara Shikoh (20 March 1615 – 30 August 1659) was the eldest son and the heir apparent of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his wife Mumtaz Mahal. He was favored as a successor by his father, but was always rivaled by his younger brother Aurangzeb who never saw face to face with him since childhood. Finally, the war broke out between brothers after Shah Jahan’s death and even after losing two battles, Dara was not prepared to bow down to Aurangzeb. In the end he was betrayed by a friend and handed over to Aurangzeb.
  • Narayan Das Boondi
Narayan Das – 15th century: During 1470-1491 A.D. the Hara region was ruled by Rao Bundu who was known for his boundless charities, kindness and service to the people of Boondi. He was overthrown by his two ambitious and power hungry young brothers, Samar Singh and Umar Singh. They exiled Rao to the mountains of Matoonda where he stayed for 21 years and finally died leaving behind two sons. As soon as he was old enough, the elder son Narayan Das who grew up in the mountains resenting his uncles, developed a strong sense of revenge and pledged to take back Boondi or perish otherwise.
  • Ruh Pawar Agha
Ruh Pawar Agha – 14th Century: Ruh Pawar Agha was the sister of Aladdin Mujahid Shah (1375 - 1378) who at the age of 19 took over the throne. While Aladdin Mujahid Shah was retreating from a campaign, Masud Khan and Daud khan conspired against him and murdered him when he was sleeping in his tent. Daud khan wanted to become the next king, but at capital there arose two factions - one which favored him and the other led by Ruh Pawar Agha, who refused to acknowledge the assassin as king.
  • Sultan Quli Qutub Shah
Sultan Quli Qutub Shah – 16th century: Sultan Quli Qutb-ul-mulk laid the foundation of the Qutb-Shahi dynasty of Golconda. He came to Deccan in his youth from Persia as a bodyguard to Bahmani Monarch and through his courage, skill and sagacity became the governor of Telengana. But at the end of the Bahmani dynasty, he formed his own, independent dynasty. Jamshid was Sultan Quli’s second son who became impatient and hungry for power and conspired to take over power in the most ruthless way.
  • Narayan Rao Peshwa - 18th century
In the year 1772, a 17 year-old Narayan Rao was appointed Peshwa under the vigilance of his uncle Raghunath Rao. His aunt Anandi Bai became extremely jealous of his pre-mature rise to throne. Raghunath hatched a plan to capture Narayan with the help of Guard Sumer Singh Gardi. But Anandi Bai manipulated the orders and it ended up into a brutal killing of Narayan instead of an arrest.
  • Rao Soorajmal
Rao Soorajmal – 16th century: In 1534 AD, Rao Soorajmal ascended the throne of Boondi. He married his sister Sooja Bai to Rana Rutna of Chittoor who developed animosity for Soorajmal due to Sooja Bai respecting her brother more than her own husband. In his aggression, Soorajmal also ticked off the chief of Poorbia by accident. As a dear friend of Rana Rutna, the Poorbia chief incited Rana Rutna to kill Soorajmal during the annual hunting festival ‘Ahairea’. As the kings started to hunt and savor the festival, Rana Rutna eyed a boar with his bow but Poorbia chief nudged him to kill Soorajmal instead.
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  • Tv Show Name :- ‘Rakkt'
  • Tv Channel Name :- Epic Tv
  • Genre - Mythological
  • Day - Every Tuesday
  • Show Time - 07.30 PM
  • Language- Hindi
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