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By Vish Dhamija

1982. 3 teenage women making plans a flight from the Soviet Union to the West turn out being offered in Mumbai's red-light sector in its place.

The murders begin 1 / 4 of a century later.

The sufferers are all males. them all tips, anticipating trysts with high-class escorts. DCP Rita Ferreira is fast to acknowledge the serial-killer pressure; the media isn't some distance at the back of. the scoop sends shockwaves throughout the urban. the 1st serial killer in residing reminiscence of Mumbai is out at the streets.

As Rita grapples to set up the killer's development via Bhendi Bazaar, the killer offers her 24 hours to prevent the subsequent homicide.

Can she do this sooner than she turns into the subsequent sufferer?

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