Renu stumbles across an ad her father has placed for a groom. Outraged, yet unable to resist, she agrees to an arranged marriage. Her one desire is to have a normal life. Unable to bear her parents’ control, she drifts towards a marriage, she knows is doomed. A tragedy drives her to the arms of her high school sweetheart, Kumar. She has a brief affair with him while courting Sunil. Despite everything, Sunil insists on getting married.
When Renu’s son is born, her mother-in-law arrives, drenched in jealousy and vengeance, threatening to take the baby away. Meanwhile, Sunil’s alcoholism rages out of control. When Renu walks away from him, he becomes obsessed.
Indigo Dreams moves between Sri Lanka and the States as Renu is forced to return, when her son is kidnapped. She rebels against a culture that has imprisoned her, and an ex-husband who will not leave her alone. She questions her sexual orientation, as her world is turned upside down by a woman. Above all, she uncovers what it means to be an Indigo Child.