"Romeo" is based on a Romantic playwright about two lovers. It hugely stresses on the fact of how a loving relationship transforms itself over a period of time. Marriage happens to be a launch pad for this transformation.
A Boy who is never bothered about his Career and has no ambition in Life falls in Love with a Girl who is very ambitious and very concerned about her career. They both meet unexpectedly and the Boy somehow manages to win her heart after repeated efforts. They both become inseparable. They make huge promises to never give up on each other and take an oath to stay truthful to each other for the rest of their lives. But things take a drastic turn when they decide to get married in a hurry without thinking twice about the consequences. They do get married but the actual truth was waiting to shatter their Lives. Failing to handle the truth which was bitter in both cases, they get separated. They fall apart. It's a question now if true Love would make them stronger to bear the truth and accept each others drawbacks and bring them together OR the truth that was bitter that separated them would last for ever.