Pranali is the story of a girl born in a small village on the border of Karnataka & Maharashtra, a girl whose childhood is yet untouched and full of pure innocence but she still falls prey to one of the unconventional and downtrodden systems of our society; a stigma of being a “Devdasi”. She inadvertently becomes an object of desire – the one with whom the so-called highly respected and well-known people of the society could suffice their hunger for lust. Condemned to prostitution, her destiny takes a much-awaited turn, when she decides to give birth to a new life which in turn gives her hope and adds zest to her life. This further redefines her morbid life with a new meaning, liberating her off all the shackles. She commits herself that she will fight all odds to educate her child and do everything possible that could make way for her child to lead a normal and best life. However, the idea was not so easy to digest for the respectable people that a Sex worker’s child will be given an equivalent standard of education as being received by the children’s of the well-to-do people of the society. The film depicts the dark facts of Pranali’s life and unveils forbidden truths of known and so-called respectable people in the society. Along with grooming her own life, Pranali moulds the lives of other fallen women and gives a new definition and direction to their otherwise meaningless lives.