Saratchandra Chattopadhyay’s devdas is a heart-breaking love story, told and retold since its release in 1917. It depicts the Bengali society in the early 1900s, shedding a light on social concerns such as caste hierarchy. Having known each other since they were kids, devas and Para are inseparable. Their friendship soon turns into love, and they both vow to spend the rest of their lives together. But, unfortunately, their Union is forbidden. Devdas is the son of an arrogant and rich Bengali Brahmin who refuses to let his son marry beneath their caste. The lovers are torn asunder when Parvati is married to another man, following which devdas despairingly returns to Calcutta, where he meets the alluring, beautiful courtesan chandramukhi. While devdas remains in a drunken stupor, pining for his Paro, chandramukhi finds herself falling for this ill-fated, brooding man. What happens when chandramukhi swears unending love for devdas? What will be the outcome of this tragic love triangle?.