The Prime Minister who was oppressing the innocent people in the name of the King was responsible for sowing the seed of revolt. And out of the hatred for the rebels, Rukshnana, the princess came one day and confronted the rebel.
Coincidences some times change the course of history of nations.
Rukhsana's meeting with a rebel proved to be such a coincidence. For thanks to this meeting Rukhsana could see the people in revolt from close quarters. And she became so fond of the young leader of rebels who was staying in the palace under the guise of a prince that she sacrificed everything for him. And one day she was arrested for conspiring with the rebels and presented in the court as accused.
The Princess Rukhsana was sentenced to death. And a day came when the people's beloved princess stood in the court of the city ready to be guillotined. The Princess was not sorry; she was happy that by giving her life she was saving the life of a great patriot. Lost in the thought of her lover, she was waiting for her death, and the hangman was waiting for the signal of the Prime Minister. But there is another court of justice over and above the royal court. What decision that court gave; you will find in “Rukhsana”.