Mughal Emperor Babur was discouraged with his son Humayun’s overtly emotional ways of dealing with gratitude- he would tear up very easily. Babur perceived this to be a weakness for a man who was next in line to the throne for his subjects would exploit his meek nature. With the idea of strengthening him emotionally, Babur bestowed all of the riches of the kingdom to Humayun. An unthinkable event unfolded the very next day! Humayun stormed the vaults with his army and fled with all the wealth. What happened thereafter? Badshah Namdar is a taut portrayal of perhaps the most inscrutable Mughal king, Humayun, by one of the most prolific authors of all time, Humayun Ahmed.