Ashoka To Kill Saimak! Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat 16th September 2016 Written Updates : The last night episode of the historical TV series Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat showcase that Ashoka is all set to avenge his mother’s death, Ashoka leads his army into battle against Siamak, who now resides in Takshila.
Subsequently, Ashoka informs Bindusara that Dharma had been murdered by Siamak. Meanwhile, to reach his desired goal, Sushim decides to join forces with Siamak. Taking the advantage of this situation, Ashoka and Bindusara plan to eradicate all their enemies in a single strike at Takshila.
The high voltage drama still continues in Colors’ TV series Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat. According to an entertainment portal, Ashoka (Mohit Raina) will shock and anger to know that Siamak (Abhiram Nain) has killed his mother Dharma (Pallavi Subhash). So now Ashoka will announce his fight with Siamak.
On the other hand, Devi (Kajol Srivastava) will get emotional seeing her husband going for a fight. Ashok will be seen explaining to Devi that he need to seek revenge of his mother’s murdered and his Dharam is saying that he should not spare the person who killed his Maa.
Now in the battlefield, Ashoka will end up killing his brother Siamak with whom he will be having a massive fight. Ashoka received support from Bindu who is there to support Ashoka.
The historical drama depicts the rise of one of the India’s greatest emperors. As off now the show Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat is all set to go off-air before mid-October.
In the last night episode, Sushim also humiliated Mahatmya as he said that he is sceptical of Sushim whether he is worthy of defeating Ashoka or not. But Sushim is very sure about it that by using Saimak he will be defeat, Ashoka.
Ashoka went to Takshila where Saimak is to seek revenge on him for his Maa Dharma’s murder. Bindu also blessed him and supported him on his this decision.
Precap: Unan soldiers catch Sushim. Charu begins to bleed from her mouth as Siamak hurts Sushim. Ashoka is near Takshshila. Siamak is looking forward to running away.