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EK DIN ACHANAK

Social Issues | 01 Hr 42 Min | 5+

CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

Calcutta – one day the city is crippled by a heavy downpour. Everything goes topsy-turvy. A professor who has gone out for a while doesn’t return home for months, leaving his family in great anxiety. In the vacuum created by his absence, the family finds itself trapped in a new emotional world.

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