The Black Prince
Two Kingdoms collide
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The Black Prince

English, Punjabi, Hindi
DramaHistory
21 Jul, 2017
1 hrs 58 mins
68%
436 votes
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The last King of Punjab, Maharajah Duleep Singh's kingdom was one of the most powerful and prosperous kingdoms of the 19th century before it was annexed by Britain. Placed on the throne at the age of five, he was robbed of his legacy by treason at the hands of trusted courtiers. He was then torn away from his mother and taken to England by the British at the age of fifteen. While in England, he was introduced to Queen Victoria, who took an immediate liking to him, calling him The Black Prince.

Meeting his mother again after thirteen years, the Maharajah is awakened to the realities of his former life in Punjab. He then begins the arduous journey to regain all that was lost, and re-embrace the faith of his birth, Sikhism. As the character of Maharajah Duleep Singh evolves, is torn between two contrasting cultures - his royal ancestry from the Kingdom of Punjab as its last King, set against his upbringing in the UK as he embarks in a new journey of exile, away from his mother.

Duleep Singh's lifelong journey to regain his identity, dignity, and Kingdom took him across the world but his struggle was not met with success. He never won the chance to set foot again in his own land of Punjab.
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Verdict: Duleep Singh's tragic tale doesn't do justice to the Maharaj. We have heard a lot about the battle of 1857. The key players like Rani Lakshmibai and Mangal Pandey have been immortalized in our history books. But there was another rebellion decades after that which was squashed before it could reach its peak and []... ...Read full review
Despite the storys massive potential, Razs sincere but dimly-lit drama, monotonously shot within the four walls of a church or a heritage room, ends up being a tedious watch. Just like its protagonist, it lacks drive and a sense of purpose. ...Read full review

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