Shabri lives an impoverished lifestyle along with her mother; alcoholic father; and younger brother, Bandya. She is the sole earner in her family and embittered at the manner in which life has treated her. She not only chastises Bandya for spending too much time on the street with a goon, Murad, instead of focusing in his studies but also her father. Things take a turn for the worst when Bandya is arrested by Inspector Khare and tortured in the police station. When Shabri goes to see him, Khare attempts to molest her, but she manages to escape. The next day Bandya is found dead allegedly on the grounds that he tried to escape from police custody. Refusing to believe this 'version', Shabri takes a knife and goes to confront Khare. It is this confrontation that will result in Khare's death with his own service revolver, resulting in a manhunt from Vikhroli to Bhendi Bazar, and she will be compelled to seek Murad's help to go in hiding. But things are only to worsen when a heavily pressured Murad decides to enlist the assistance of Kisnya Bhau, the brother of gangster, Rajdharbhau, resulting in more danger for not only Shabri but also her parents.