Meera was born to fight. Taking inspiration from her aunt, she learns the values of independence, freedom and practicality. In school, she fights bullies, and at home she starts playing the role of an adult, quite early in life. She grows up battling discrimination of every kind, especially gender. Then one day, Karan waltzes into her life and sweeps her off her feet. Love, the only thing she has been craving for since childhood, finally enters her life. Even though she knows he's a narcissist, she inexplicably changes her entire life for him. Love soon turns into marriage. However, Meera's happiness is short-lived when Karan reveals his true self. She comes face-to-face with the dark side of marriage and love-physical abuse. Terrified by her own reflection in the mirror-the bloodshot eyes and swollen face-Meera's sense of self crumbles. The downward spiral into the abyss takes her far away from her real self-the fighter. An unlikely alliance she forges with her mother-in-law, connected by the common thread of grief, becomes her only hope. But will this be enough to survive a toxic relationship? Is she doomed to be stuck forever?