Munna Kaalika, a person born with challenged abilities, to a Colombian mother and an unknown Indian father, rises to become the ‘Heavy Weight Boxing champion of the World.’ His humble travel from the dingy locales of Sonagachi, Kolkata – the biggest red light area in Asia is not easy. It’s strewn with thorns of abuse and hatred. But four individuals - Kaalika Devi, Sylvia Amdur, Ethan Chapman and Hazeem Okonjo, who have faced insurmountable odds in their own lives back him. Short changed in their own lives, they would go on to lengths at each blockade of prejudice, to back him, in the path towards their combined goal, as he’s their only hope.
Kaalika Devi, a male to female transsexual and a Colombian settled in India, who raises Munna, backs him out of pure selfless motherly love. Sylvia Amdur, an American journalist of Jewish ancestry, backs him out of pure dedication. Ethan Chapman, an American ex-professional boxer of mixed Caucasian and Afro ancestry, backs him cause he’s gotto prove himself to a racist and an egoist individual, who’s put his loved one to shame and suppressed him throughout his life, and Hazeem Okonjo, a female to male transsexual of Afro-American ancestry, backs him cause he’s got ‘A Radical Social Point’ to prove to the ‘Majority Conformist Society’ – a point that cannot be drilled into an otherwise ruthless and insensitive psyche unless it is not coupled with a ‘Miracle.’
All Five individuals are ‘Unconquerable Hearts’ in their own right, as they refuse to cave in to the external pressures of the society that has continuously discriminated them. They persevere in their efforts through sheer conviction and dedication and eventually succeed in proving the term ‘Prejudice’ to be archaic, and that the way ahead for a modern society is only through ‘Love and Tolerance.’