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Based on Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Brown Hand". A dead man comes back to haunt the doctor who had performed the amputation of his hand. He wants his hand back. Can the doctor fulfil his last wish? Adaptation by Suman Bajpai.
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Excellent Story! Excellent Presentation!

Loved it! I had read this story before and watched television plays based on this story. Yet I enjoyed this work thoroughly. I believe this is the best Indian adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story 'The Brown Hand' so far. The soothing voice of Debarjo Banerjee made the listening experience truly entertaining. The sound effects are simple yet very effective. I congratulate the entire production team for putting up this beautiful work ... thank you and keep coming up with such great pieces of entertainment.