Haunted Nights - Khauff : Part # 1 : 05/21/12

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Piyush, Purvi, Tarun, Sagar, Siddhi, Ankit and Ruchika are a group of friends. Ankit and Ruchika are a couple and soon to get married..Ruchika is most beautiful girl in the college. One day while discussing ghosts Ruchika shows her disbelief in such things...the group decides to call her at Tarun's farm house to scare her..Sagar mimics voice of Ankit and calls her at the farm house,the group hiding there and start scaring her,Ruchika gets to know about the plan and she gets very angry on them. This leads to a confrontation between her and Piyush in which out of rage in the spur of the moment Piyush ends up stabbing Ruchika...she dies instantly. They bury her and decide to keep it a secret amongst themselves.. Ankit is heartbroken not able to get a trace of Ruchika. After a year they all meet for reunion party, suddenly one mad lady comes running and says she won't leave anyone. Suddenly hands come out of the grave where Ruchika has been buried...

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