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Dead Never Die
- Based on the Rural Legends of Rajasthan
- Written by: Siddharth Nirwan
- Narrated by: Tavish Bhattacharya
- Length: 3 hrs and 43 mins
A village that is abandoned on every 14th of June. Legend has it that deadly witches, or churels, visit it on that cursed night. A kund where demons are exorcised out of the possessed people. Legend has it that if a pandit of the kund dies an unnatural death, he comes back unless he is beheaded. A jungle in which no one dares to step on a full-moon night. Legend has it that it is haunted by women from a nearby village who turn into blood-thirsty human bats, or chamgadarni, and eat their prey alive.
Very boring book
- By Salkar on 15-04-21
Horror stories with unique yet bland storyline.
Narration was perfectly splendid!
Given the scarcity of horror titles, it is always exciting to find any new addition to this category. Central concepts of first and the third story were quite original but their overall treatment was unimpressive and stretched too far. Still those two were good for casual listening without too much expectation. Second story was plainly dumb.
Recommended if you are a "horror-famished" listener, having credits to spare and time to kill.
Woh Dikhayi Deti Hai
- Written by: Renu Watwani, Vishal Watwani
- Narrated by: Manish Dongardive, Riddhi Dave, Subhav Kher,
- Length: 3 hrs and 30 mins
- Original Recording
Woh Dikhayi Deti Hai is the story of Dr. Piyush, who has a rare gift - he can see ghosts! In the wake of a tragic accident, he meets the ghost of a nurse named Niti.
Very Decent Ghost Story
- By Sikarwar on 05-03-21
Unusual horror-romantic story
Narration was excellent and with enhanced sound effects and dramatization it was pleasure listening. Kudos to the performers!
Now about the story, I was expecting a classic horror, hence was surprised and somewhat disappointed initially. Story slows down in the middle but it doesn't bore you. I found the romantic blend to be ridiculous but it's a personal opinion. You can give it a try if you are out of credits or looking for a "no brainer, time killer" stuff.