Devdas makes his way back home to India after spending 10 years studying in London. He plans to marry Paro, his childhood best friend, but his parents do not want Devdas to marry her. They believe that Paro’s family, who descend from a line of dancers, is of a lower class than their own. Eventually, Paro marries another man, and the despondent Devdas descends into life-threatening alcoholism. After so much years Devdas finds he is still the black spot in his father’s life especially when he is prevented from marrying Paro who happen to be a lower-caste girl. Eventually time passes with Paro’s family arranging her marriage to a much elderly man named Bhuvan Choudhry where she is introduce to Bhuvan’s children – who happen to be within her age group. This sadness not only breaks Devdas heart but confines him to alcohol in a big way. Soon Devdas starts to frequent a brothel and catches the eyes of a courtesan named Chandramukhi – step by step Devdas starts to head towards a path of self destruction.