This journey is from “good girl” to “untouchable” to “idol”.
Panchi is ‘heart touching’, ‘engaging’ and ‘full of life lesson’s’ story of a young high school girl, but resembles to everyone of us’s traumatic moments of life, their effects and their outcomes.
Panchi is the name of the beautiful, chirpy and full of life girl, who is loved by everyone for obvious reasons. She got everything in life to make it a living heaven. She is Least Interested To Look Attractive, because Her Beauty Is Her Brains. The Biggest Unexpected Tragedy Of Her Life happened When Panchi discovers an unusual body condition, but sooner it is revealed in-front of family, friends and society as well. The ‘topper of the class’ student’s life changes when she is started to being judged on the basis of her look. It doesn’t take much of the time to fall from heaven to hell’s life.
The Whole World Falls Down On Panchi, She Gets Discouraged, Completely Broken, And The Society Becomes more Verbally Brutal And Insensitive Towards Her day by day. She Looses Her Strength, Confidence, Happiness And Willpower in no time. She Starts Loosing Connection With Herself Because Of The Same Social Stigma, Taunts, Teases And What Not. Her Own People, Who Knew Her In and Out Since Her Birth, Starts Unknowing Her, and She Starts Feeling The Unluckiest One, The Untouchable. She Reaches Rock Bottom Before She Starts To See Some Light At The End Of The Tunnel.
Loosing Hope In Everyone And In Everything, Panchi Finds A Breakthrough By Herself In The Sour Journey And Unlocks The Myth Of ‘The Way Of Living’ Created By ‘So Called System’ With The Help Of Nature, And Make People Realise The Shallow Depth Beyond The Outer Beauty And The Real Values Of Life. In The End A Divine Intervention And Her Survival Instincts Gives Her Much Needed Strength To Fight Back And Stand Up For Herself, That, How It Was So Important For Her To Accept Herself Before Expecting The World To Accept Her.