|Synopsis: Ameeran lives a poor-lifestyle with her mom, dad, and brother, Jamal, in Faizabad, British India. When her dada testifies against the native corrupt cop, Dilawar Khan, Khan swears to avenge this humiliation, and several years later, abducts Ameeran, holds her for ransom. When no cash is forthcoming, he sells her. Ameeran ends up in a very brothel pass by Lucknow’s madam Khanum Jaan, where she is schooled dance and poetry, and is subsequently re-named Umrao Jaan. Years later, Umrao has matured, is a well-known Courtesan with several patrons, chief amongst them are governor Sujat Ali Khan and his son, Sultan. Umrao and Sultan fall in love with one another, much to the chagrin of Sujat, who instructs ruler either to provide up Umrao or to lose his inheritance, and Sultan chooses Umrao. He gives up his father’s palatial house and goes to live within the whorehouse, but re-locates to live along with his uncle in Gadi once being taunted by Khanum Jaan. Umrao has a new admirer, Nawab Faiz Ali, who proposes to take her with him with Khanum’s blessings, to which she agrees once she finds out that their destination is via Gadi. On the way there, she finds out that Faiz is a bandit, who is eventually captured and command by guards, while she is free at Sultan’s bid. Umrao faces more brokenheartedness once ruler refuses to have to try to to something along with her as he suspects her fidelity, forcing her to return to Lucknow. Then she gets an supply to sing at the wedding ceremony in Faizabad. With her hopes and emotions running high, she eagerly accepts this supply – with a hope of being in a position live as Ameeran once more. Watch what happens when she reaches Faizabad and comes face to face with her family.