Mrilanini “Mili” Chakravarty is a physiotherapist who works for the Kolkata Knight Riders. Her loud Punjabi mother Manju hopes that she will find a suitable and charming man to marry. Her services are called upon by a royal family in Rajasthan where King Shekhar Singh Rathore is paralyzed from the waist down. She is told that 40 doctors have already left a demanding job.
Mili travels to the royal palace and meets the discipline-oriented queen, Nirmala Devi Rathore, who is not amused by Mili’s enthusiasm and clumsiness. Mili finds that her casual way of living clashes with the strict discipline of the royal household. She meets the prince, Vikram Singh Rathore, whose distant personality makes him similar to his parents. Mili befriends Divya Rathore, the youngest child princess of the family, and encourages her passion for cinema against the family’s wishes that she study business management.
Shekhar avoids the exercises Mili prescribes and she turns to Vikram for help. He gives Mili the same answer that Nirmala gave her – if she can’t stand the heat, might as well get out of the kitchen. Mili becomes frustrated and tells them that they should be helping Shekhar, accusing them of being stubborn, rigid and self-centered.