No girl wants to be molded according to another person's whims. Why, then, do some Punjabi parents send their daughters to bridal training schools, to have them turned into the ideal daughter-in-law? Should a girl only feel worthy if she can speak English and cook international cuisine? Is marrying a rich, well-travelled man the best thing that can happen to a girl? Does love have a place in a society that treats their girls as fabric that can be sewn to fit another person's desires?
Meet Meera. She is determined to keep her dreams alive, keep her vision clear and maintain her personality. Meera is by no means a rebel, she simply refuses to abide by an unwritten code that sends her into a life of misery.