It’s the story of a young woman who lives in a village and confines herself to the day-to-day household activities ranging from serving her father- and mother-in-laws, attending her two kids to satisfying her Sarpanch husband, until one day she was forced by her hubby to be the sarpanch.
Pratignya never gives a chance to anyone to complain about her and it’s evident from her daily routine, and is acknowledged by the entire village as the ideal daughter-in-law (Bohu) that one could wish for. By a quirk of fate she gets married to Abhoy, a typical male chauvinist and crooked village level politician and is crushed into the mundane life of household chores and daily routines.
Abhoy drags Pratignya into politics, as his seat falls under the reserved category like many other panchayats and in the fear of losing the elections he makes her his proxy while he gets to become the de facto leader as desired.
Pratignya is coerced enough to file her nomination papers. Though the electorates welcome her candidature and her husband’s departure from village politics, they remain doubtful about the practicality. More cynical among the villagers are quite skeptical about their apprehension that Pratignya in all likelihood will be used like a puppet by her husband.
Will Pratignya break free from the shackles of her oppressing marriage and be the good politician or will she be her husband's puppet.
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