The word ‘AIYAI’ originates from ancient Indian Literature, metaphorically meaning 'princess’, a woman from a homeless clan of gypsies who have remained destitute street mongers for generations.
The one who wears shell-horn bangles and wooden adornments, she lives in a different world, ostracized by the normal population.
When a woman of these traits suffers an extremely torturous death, her restless soul re-emerges and returns as the most powerful spirit to destroy her wrongdoers.
The story revolves around a young man, Kiran who becomes plagued by mysterious tragedies.
Whilst these incidents perplex the police and investigators, Kiran's behaviour becomes increasingly erratic with each tragedy - he experiences visions of events he is unable to understand or explain.
Little does he realise, that he is the conduit for an unknown spirit which lures victims to their chilling fates.