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Arjun Baghel, upon completing the legalities of a property in his ancestral hometown, finds himself in an unpredictable storm that leaves him with no choice but to travel back via the last train out of the station. After he boards, he realizes it is a train to nowhere. Will his journey lead somewhere or will he end up in a waiting room?
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BORING AWAAZEIN

This series has gone awry. It started out in an acceptable way with 'Bhangarh' but subsequent stories have been disasters. I wonder why you can't write a ghost story that deviates from the usual rut Bollywood horror movies and Indian television horror shows are so obsessed with. This story, for example, is all noise and no horror. Some portions are unintentionally humorous. The child's repeated chanting 'Prasad ko achcha nahin lagega' is distasteful. The appearance of the protagonist's mother and the protagonist himself changing into his child avatar are sickening to say the least. I had expected good entertainment from this series. Sad that it turned out to be so disappointing.