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Even a doctor cannot treat an invisible wound. A young man has an excruciating pain at a point near his wrist and only by hurting himself, scooping out the flesh in a most ghastly way, is he relieved. What is causing him such distress? Does he have a dark past? Is he running away from something? Or is it his guilt catching up with him? Originally written by Panchkori Dey, adaptation by Rakesh Tripathi.
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AN INTERESTING TALE

This story has excellent contours. It begins on a note of suspense and builds up progressively on it. The mysterious pain in the hand of the patient keeps one wondering as to what's causing the pain. The exciting bit is one can never tell if the causal factor for the pain is some paranormal phenomenon despite the author offering an apparent reason for it in the end. That's the beauty of the story. Very well written and equally well presented. Terrific performances by Subhrajeet Ganguly, Rajesh Shinde, and Vijaylaxmi Mohata. The sound SFX is also of a very high order.

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