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Kay Kay Menon,
ACP Malavika Chauhan (Sushmita Sen) heads an investigative team looking into the murders of "best in field" professionals. There seem no clues except one left behind deliberately by the killer - an unusual pattern in the shape of the dead bodies.Written by
This movie is made in the style of a CID episode. CID, by the way, is a great show. The plot is very captivating, and how the story unfolds is quite interesting. Sushmita does a wonderful job of portraying a determined, confident CID officer and a loving, caring mother at the same time. She is a great example of a woman of the 21st century. One thing I do not like, however, is the ending. It is creative but unsatisfactory.
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