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Nigehbaan: The Third Eye  (2005 - Hindi)

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    Anonymous wrote on Aug 26 2010 4:07PM

    Vikram Singh Pradhan (Sameer Dharamadhikari), an ambitious officer and a threat to the underworld, is a young IPS Officer posted at the City Crime Branch's Special Task Force Unit to combat the growing threat of such criminals. Nisha (Sandali Sinha), a woman with an independent spirit, is an unrelenting crusader and worker of the Human Rights Activist Group. Their initial encounter takes place at the Crime Branch Unit, where Vikram finds himself amused by Nisha's forthright behavior and takes a liking to her. Nisha, herself slowly becomes impressed by the fun filled sensitive side of Sameer's personality. In due course, she decides to marry him, unaware of Sameers's duties as a police officer.
    Yet, destiny has something else in store for these lovers. Due to the irony of fate, during an aggressive encounter in which Vikram attempts to teach the criminals a lesson, he crosses the line of a Law Keeper and Nisha's innocent brother becomes a victim. Vikram, who doesn't want to destroy his married life and loose the woman he loves. Nisha becomes determined to punish the officer responsible for her brother's death and eventually uncovers the ugly truth. She is faced by a multi-sided dilemma, either expose the man she loves and loose him forever, fight for the dignity of humanity and values she believes in or to come to terms with her brother's death as a part of fate.


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