Marriage was a curse for Nandini. Everyone used to insult her, including her husband Sagar also. She was a choice of Sagar's grandfather who passed away after one month of Nandini's marriage.
Nandini was a beautiful, educated girl full of aspirations and desires, was born in an orthodox family, lived in a small town. Money was no issue for the family. She never stepped out of the home.
She moved to Mumbai after marriage, a metropolitan city. Nandini's in-laws were financially sound and their social status was high. However, they wanted independent daughter-in-law who should be an entrepreneur or appointed on any reputed post.
Nandini could not fit herself into the in-laws' social status. She tried many times but she failed. She was always criticized by in-laws. As a result, she became a victim of domestic violence.
One day she moved back to their parent's house but due to society's fear, her parents made pressure on her to go back and make compromised. She broke up and cried like a helpless child. Her screams shook her father's soul.
Her father stood with Nandini. She invested her time in reading books. She was fond of traveling. One day she decided something and convinced her father.
She stepped out of home for roaming the whole world. She started traveling. Slowly, she traveled a lot of places, met with new people, new culture, new cuisine.
Now she had a lot of experience. She wrote a book on traveling and published it with her father's support. The book was famous. She became a famous world traveler and writer.