Girls from West Bengal are some of the world’s most vulnerable to human trafficking, exploitation and child marriage. But one feisty group of girls have returned to the ancient sport of Kabaddi, to build resilience. In this male dominated sport, a lone ‘raider’, takes on 7 defenders, tagging as many as possible without being tackled. The technique is known as Raid, defend, revive, repeat. Hasina's father will not allow her to join the local Kabaddi team. He has arranged for her to be married, saying playing sport will bring shame to her family. Her neighbours say only ‘bad girls’, Khrap Mey, play sport.
After Hasina goes on a hunger strike, her father finally lets her join the team. One year later, Hasina is selected for the district team and will play for her state. The marriage is on hold as she pursues her dream to be a national champion. The film follows Hasina as the seasons change and she develops a newfound self-worth - a powerful story of transformation and human dignity.