Life was easy going for the fifteen-year-old Frederick Anthony, who, without his knowledge, was looted of his creativity and emotions by the conservative society. Things all change with the arrival of Sadhvi, a victim of society’s tyranny who tells him tales of her experiences with the society.
Following this is a series of events that change his life completely. He realizes that even though most teenagers in the country are deprived of freedom, not many actually fight back.
He takes it upon himself to rebel against society and the education system that Indian parents are highly obsessed with. On his path, he encounters countless obstacles, makes brand new enemies and also becomes famous for his intriguing speeches. Will he give up halfway through the battle or win it for the sake of adolescents all over the vast country?