On the night of a family wedding in Jharkand, India, Ranjit fears the worst after waking up to find his daughter is not home. Dragged into the woods, she was gang raped by three men. The village solution is to marry her to one of them. Ranjit refuses. Instead, he challenges the status quo, determined to get justice for his daughter. On his quest, he works with a gender-justice NGO that sees in him an example for other men to follow. As the financial and emotional pressure of the case mounts, the villagers turn against Ranjit, and the boys’ families threaten murder.