In a society where patriarchy dawns on most households, will Jaya be able to face the pressures of her family, her village and the world around her? Will she be able to battle society for herself and her dreams? Does she have what it takes to fight a lone battle, voice opinions as a woman in a male-dominated village and uproot orthodox beliefs?
Inclusion, recognition, equality happen when one is believed, trusted and allowed to speak, but in a patriarchal society, where gender discrimination is prevalent, a woman’s voice is shunned and supressed right from her birth. Time and again she is reminded of her duties of being a good daughter, sister, wife and daughter-in-law.
Similar is the case of Jaya living in a small village called Kurni. A simple but intelligent village girl, who faces innumerable challenges since her early years only because she is a girl child. Every time she wants to achieve something, her wings are clipped much before she can take flight. Time and again she is challenged by people and circumstances. Jaya the strong-willed aspiring change-maker is ready to fight these age-old traditions and take a stand for herself and other women in society.
MrityunJaya is the journey of an Ordinarily Extraordinary Woman who conquers death and emerges victoriously!