All the war scenes were badly shot, but did any one of you think that the war zone resembled a chess board?
First the Infantry (i.e. pawns)
Then followed by the Cavalry (The Knight)
the King who was a figure head and could only take a step at a time
The Master mind Vizier (Queen?) who directs the whole war, and can move in all directions.
In the first battle shown in them movie as well, like in any game of chess, the target was to nail the opposition king, who unwisely comes out in the open (worst strategy in chess) whereas Akbars army chief shields the king (effectively castling him)
I now need to read Sun Tzu's Art of War, to figure out further on war strategies, but i guess might as well read books on chess.
(I dont know anything about War Strategies, but surely military chiefs world over especially during cold was times must be involved in a continous one long game of chess)