The Indian city of Lucknow, which is still considered the centre of Eastern civilization, is well-known for its literary heritage and opulent nobility. Today’s narrative also features Wajid, the last crown prince of Lucknow, and Ali Shah alias Rangeela, the Sultan of Oud, and his wives. It was the year 1850. Lucknow was surrounded by luxury.
Both the affluent and the poor were having a good time. The empire’s members were all inebriated.
And Wajid Ali Shah, the empire’s ruler, was the worst of them all. This monarch was a hostess and a mentally ill patient, in addition to getting lost in dance and music events. For the whole narrative, watch the video.