Ruby Ring is a story of two sisters, Anna and Yana, whose lives drastically changed by a sudden car accident.
The women were heading for Kiev. Anna was going to marry soon and she was heading for a rehearsal for the wedding. Yana, who was dreaming of becoming a popular TV host, was hurrying to an audition for a new TV show. Somewhere on the road, the car in which the sisters were traveling crashed into the truck. Despite all prognoses, both sisters survived. However, due to a coincidence, at the time of the accident Yana was wearing Anna’s ruby ring. Because of serious injuries, the sisters’ faces are mutilated, and neither doctors nor relatives can distinguish between Yana and Anna. The ruby ring, a gift from Anna’s fiancee, has played a crucial role — the women’s identities are confused. Having recovered, envious and ambitious Yana realizes that everyone around her thinks she is Anna, so she decides to lie and take away everything her sister has — her face, the man she loves, her life. Yana excuses herself by the fact that Anna will never recover — her sister suffered a lot more than she did, and she is in a coma. Even doctors don’t believe in her recovery. What is the point of giving up on a chance to change your life? However, it turns out both doctors and Yana are wrong. Anna literally comes back from the dead and since now on, the confrontation between the sisters begins Anna ready to regain what belongs to her by right. Yana is ready to fight for the happiness she has stolen from her sister. The plot is rapid and unpredictable.
Day by day Yana plays the role of sweet and kindhearted Anna. Anna, for the first time in her life, experiences genuine hatred and strives to revenge the treacherous sister. Would they stop at the edge of the abyss without destroying each other and return their identities and love?