A Man Can Never Out Do A Woman! Sher-E-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh

I’ll run through you, that’s what I’ll do

And that’s from the heart

I won’t stop till the devil do us part…

~Toni Braxton~

No More Love”

You heard the saying “why can’t a woman be more like a man” by Henry Higgins from “My Fair Lady” well my stepmom created the saying “A man can never outdo a woman!” She used to say that to encourage another woman to know she was smart enough to use her innate talents to come out on top in the relationship. But in this case with Sada Kaur (Sonia Singh) I can see clearly what my stepmom was trying to explain to me (back when I was very young, naive and had not a clue) but in a more negative way.

Sada Kaur (Sonia Singh) is the wife of Gurbaksh Singh Kanhaiya (Rumi Khan) and the mother of Mehtab Kaur (Tunisha Sharma) on life ok’s serial Sher-E-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Sada Kaur conspired against her own husband and thought she was being smart when she joined with his enemies to reach one goal. That goal was to see the destruction of the Sukerchakia Kingdom. She was so envious of the amazing and good friendship her husband had with Maha Singh (Shaleen Bhanot.) They were best friends from childhood.

So she joined hands with the wicked Saheb Singh Bhangi (Sidharth Vasudev) of the Bhangi Misl Kingdom and in secret conspired in various ways to destroy Maha Singh Sukerchakia (Shaleen Bhanot.)

There is an old saying “don’t cut off your nose to spite your face” well Sada Kaur did both, she cut off her nose and spite her face because in the end, she had no idea of how ruthless Saheb was in that he secretly manipulated the war between the Sukerchakia and Kanhaiya kingdoms, prior to which there was peace between the two kingdoms. Saheb had her husband murdered during that war just at the point that Maha Singh and Gurbaksh Singh started to realize that there had been a conspiracy that caused them to fall out with each other and suffer the loss of their amazing friendship thru Abdullah Khan. The only good thing about it is that they both became friends again in the end.

At first, no one ever knew what Sada Kaur was doing behind the scenes and what her role was in the conspiracy to murder her own husband. She was smiling and grinning in everyone’s face and had them all fooled. She didn’t really know how far Saheb was willing to go and she definitely didn’t want to see her husband die, it wasn’t in her plans, but this is what happens when you conspire with your own husband’s enemies. How foolish is that?

And another thing is that Gurbaksh knew of his wife’s jealousy of his friendship with Maha and he was so angry that he attempted to put her away (divorce her) at one time but unfortunately he gave into Maha’s suggestion that they remain married.

Well, I am sure if both Maha and Gurbaksh knew what a mistake they made in that decision because by keeping this venomous woman in their lives she turned out to be the cause of both their eventual deaths. I tell you there is nothing worse for a man than to have a poisonous, hateful and mean spirited woman for a wife. Someone who instead of supporting her husband is secretly undermining him.

And then her hatred for Ranjit (Damanpreet Singh) caused her to teach her daughter Metab (Tunisha Sharma) to despise her own husband Ranjit and was teaching her to be the same way with her husband. Her mother convinced her to hate Ranjit and she blamed him for her father’s death.

But thank goodness that Metab changed her ways later on and so did Sada Kaur in the end towards Ranjit. To be honest Metab really could not stay hard and against her husband Rajit because her love for him was greater and stronger than her hatred ever could be.

~Sher-E-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh Cast~

Sukerchakia Kingdom”

Shaleen Bhanot as Maha Singh Sukerchakia, the chief of Sukerchakia, and the Father of Ranjit Singh

Damanpreet Singh as Maharaja Ranjit Singh, (Lion of Punjab) the Son of Maha Singh Sukerchakia and Raj Kaur

Sneha Wagh as Raj Kaur, wife of Maha Singh and the Mother of Ranjit Singh


Kanhaiya Kingdom”

Rumi Khan as Gurbaksh Singh Kanhaiya, the chief of Kanhaiya, and the Father of Mehtab Kaur

Sonia Singh as Sardarni Sada Kaur, wife of Gurbaksh Singh Kanhaiya, and the Mother of Mehtab Kaur

Tunisha Sharma as Mehtab Kaur, daughter of Gurbaksh Singh Kanhaiya and Sada Kaur, wife of Ranjit Singh


Bhangi Misl Kingdom”

Sidharth Vasudev as Saheb Singh Bhangi, the chief of Bhangi Misl, and the Father of Gulaab Singh

Sparsh Srivastav as Gulaab Singh, the son of Saheb Singh Bhangi and Roop Saheb Singh

Parvati Sehgal as Roop Saheb Singh, wife of Saheb Singh Bhangi and the mother of Gulab Singh and the sister of Maha Singh Sukerchaki, and Aunt of Ranjit Singh


Other Cast”

Chetan Pandit as Jai Singh Kanhaiya

Anuradha Patel as Mai Vajero

Hasan Zaidi as Abdullah Khan

Syed Aman Nian Sharma as Azisuddin

Akashdeep Saigal as Peer Muhammed

Vimarsh Roshan as Lakpat Rai



” Just Be A Man About It”

(I love this apartment the way it looks is so pretty)



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