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The Forest  (2012 - English)

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  • Nilesh P. Khandare
    Nilesh P. Khandarewrote on Jul 25 2009 6:28PM

    A quiet, peaceful forest, a secluded rest house, the perfect place for Pritam and Radha, a couple from a big city, to sort out a troubled and childless marriage. But things start going wrong from the moment they run into a forgotten adversary. Abhishek, the wife's ex-lover turns out to be the local cop, he invites himself and his son Arjun to their vacation.
    As husband and lover lock horns for the woman, primitive instincts are heightened by the wilderness that surrounds them. Embroiledin their dak secred and dangerous games they fail to see signs of a much greater threat.
    A Man eating leopard is drawn by the smell of human flesh and as night falls, the nocturanal predator comes into his element. He knows that man is the weaked animal in his jungle and he is a perfect killer.
    In a night of terror, survival for the city slickers will depend on outwitting a wild animal who is hunting on his home turf and has lost his natural fear of man.


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