The capulets urged Juliet to marry Paris, a cousin to the prince. Juliet relying again on Friar Laurence, devises a desperate plan to avoid her parent's wishes. She gets a drug that will make her appear dead for 48 hours. While she is in this state, Friar will send a message to Romeo of the situation so that he can rescue her.
The letter from Friar Laurence is delayed, Romeo thinks Juliet is dead and brought poison to die with her. At the tomb, Romeo encounters Paris, who mourns for Juliet. Romeo slays Paris, then enters the tomb and downs his poison
Juliet awakens only to see the lifeless body of her beloved Romeo laying beside her.Juliet takes the dagger from Romeo's belt and plunges it into her heart.
Verona is home to two feuding nobl houses, The Montagues and the Capulets. Against this, Romeo of the house of Montague has recently been infatuated with Rosaline. The two young lovers, with the aid of Friar Laurence, make plans to be married in secret.
Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, later discovers that Romeo has attended the ball, and he sets out to teach the young Montague a lesson at the point of his sword. Romeo is challenged by Tybalt but tries to avoid the fight since he is now married to Juliet (making Tybalt a kinsman). After that Romeo's best friend is challenged, Romeo is enraged and slays Tyblat in turn. Romeo is banished from Verono for his actions, he hopes he can reunite with Juliet once the Capulets learn that they are man and wife.