- 2 hr 18 min
Medta, a province of Rajasthan, is ruled by Biramdev in the year 1580. The King is blessed with two daughters and a son, namely Meera, Krishna and Jaimal. Akbar, the Mughal emperor, becomes more powerful day by day and is acquiring huge territories. In order to stop him, the Rajput kings plan to unite and fight together as one kingdom rather than as separate kingdoms. Biramdev Rathod and Rana Vikramjit Sesodia are the two most famous Rajput emperors. Vikramjit is looking forward to solidifying the relationship with Biramdev, and thus he requests his brother Bhojraj to marry Krishna, the daughter of Biramdev. This good news elates Biramdev, and he arranges for the wedding ceremony. The shocking news then reaches Biramdev that his son Jaimal has fixed Krishna's wedding with some other king of Ajmer. Biramdev sinks into huge shame. Finally he asks Krishna to consume poison in order to permanently escape from the extremely difficult situation of choosing between the two grooms. Poor and obedient Krishna gulps poison and sacrifices her life. The Sesodia family is flabbergasted with the tragic decision of Biramdev, and Bhojraj offers to marry Meera, the other daughter of Biramdev. Meera, a devout follower of Lord Krishna shifts to her husband's palace. Within a few days, Bhojraj finds out that Meera is dedicated to some other person. Very soon he finds out that the passionate lover of his wife is no one else but Lord Krishna. Meera faces the wrath of society and is deserted by her husband's family. She is denounced as a traitor who failed to maintain her married life with her husband. Finally, she faces trial, but she remains constant with her faith for Lord Krishna. Her devout nature is never shaken by the society's decision. At the end, she is asked to drink poison and die in front of the crowd.