The Kali Temple at Bamapada Mallick’s house is 300 years old and is believed to have the power of making wishes come true. The priest of that temple is Dakshina Charan Bhattacharya. He lost his wife when their daughter Abhaya was six years old. Abhaya has childhood memories that reminds her of the domestic violence inflicted on her mother before she committed suicide one day. Abhaya grows up and falls in love with Tathagata Mallick, Bamapada Mallick’s second son, and they get married. One day the robbers break into the temple of Kali and steals all the jewellery belonging to the goddess. Tathagata is a police officer who vows to arrest the robbers. Abhaya is upset about the loss of golden jewellery of the goddess and she immediately orders the local jeweller to make the golden tongue for Kali. The day she goes to bring back the tongue from the jeweller, she finds a girl being molested by a group of men. Unable to decide what struck her, she rushes to save the girl. As soon as she reaches, she feels the uncanny strength and fights the goons single-handedly. Meanwhile, she asks the girl to call the police. She leaves after the police reaches the venue. Once she gets back home, she does not share the incident with anyone. In the TV news, she notices that the same girl is being interviewed who is describing her a Kali incarnated. Abhaya now realizes that it is through her that Goddess Kali comes into being and fights the evil forces. The next day Abhaya gets to know from her daughter’s friend that her mother is a victim of domestic violence, something similar to her own mother, Abhaya as if senses her mother telling her to avenge on behalf of Ishani’s mother the evil that her father is.