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Tunnel No.33

Kaali Awaazein, Episode 2
Series: Kaali Awaazein
Length: 41 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

Publisher's Summary

A tunnel built during British rule is rumoured to be haunted by the spirit of its engineer who couldn’t finish the tunnel work before his death. When Ankit enters, he encounters people who have left this world, but cannot escape the tunnel.
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Much better than Bhangarh

Really good acting and voice modulation. it was indeed creepy. Sound effects were also very realistic.

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Could've been performed better

The story loses luster very quickly. A very good plot that could've been performed in a much better manner. Very predictable.

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Can't explain how great this is!

I'm a horror genre fan. For me, everything was up to the mark. I could imagine a horror movie inside my head with my own favorite characters. I'd recommend this to all the horror genre fans.

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ENTERTAINING BUT PREDICTABLE!

A good effort no doubt, but the story takes quite a cliche turn. Some of the sound effects keep repeating beyond what I reckon is necessary. The performers have done well but sometimes go overboard especially in the horror scenes. The appearance of the protagonist's father among the apparitions makes that part of the story rather unintentionally comical and should have been avoided. By and large, a commendable audio production.