Confessions Of An Indian Teenager episode starts with the story of a girl named Amrita or Sherry Paaji as her friends called her because of her title being Shergill. She rewinds and tells her story from the start to all the viewers.
Amrita is seen in the market with her mother, who forces her to wear salwar suit like the other girls of the society and keeps telling her to behave like the other girls. Amrita collides with her Principal who too was present in the market. The principal asks her mother about her health and why didn't she turn up in any of the parent's day listening to this Amrita runs away.
She then talks about her last school trip. She managed to do fake signatures of her father on the permission letter. Her father gets to know about it and gets angry. Her mother as usual starts taunting her regarding it. Amrita gets furious and tells her parents that she just went on a trip to Agra and has not murdered anyone so there was no need to overreact so much. To which her dad gets more agitated and tells her that he will get her married as soon as possible.
When the guy's family visit Amrita's house she fakes of being attacked by paralysis and makes sure she does it until they all leave her alone. It was just her dreams that Amrita wanted to follow along with her studies she even was doing part time job at the sets of TV serials. She considered her life fantastic when it was her way and she could do all she wanted.
During her shows at malls she encounters a guy almost her dad's age who keeps taking pictures of her in a very odd way. She slaps him hard seeing this her manager comes and tells her to apologize which she doesn't and clicks both their pictures assuring them that she would put it on social media websites.
This story of confession shows how parents pressurize their children with their dreams and if it is a girl she is always asked to behave like the other girls in the society do. This is just not the confession of Amrita but million other girls like her who are forced to not accomplish her goals just for sake of society's norms and values.