Stop! Let me go! Let me go! Don't kill me! Mom.

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Mom.

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Ishu? She's still sleeping.

Ishu.

Ishu, wake up.

Wake up! Where did she go? Ishu? Ishu? Ishu.

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You thought you could scare me? I know, Mom, you're not scared of anyone.

If someone wants to get into trouble, they should come to you.

And you teach them such a lesson.

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You know why? Because you're a warrior princess! Stop it! That's enough.

Happy birthday, dear.

Thank you so much, Mom.

What are you looking for? You know, there's a box wrappedin designer paper and ribbons.

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It starts with 'G'.

We usually give that topeople whose birthday it is.

-Gift?-Gift! -Gift!-Yes.

Gift! Here it is! Mom! A new phone!Mom, how did you know I wanted this phone? You're my daughter.

You thought of it, and I knew it.

-Oh, Mom! You're the best mom!-I know that! I'll put the SIM in it, and.

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Yes! My phone has started.

-You like it?-I love it! Take it.

It must be to wishyou on your birthday.

Answer it.

Mom, it's my phone.

It's my wish.

You won't change, will you? Come on, get ready.

Freshen up.

Okay, Mom.

-Come home early in the evening.

-Okay, Mom.

Hey! What were you doing? I? Nothing, ma'am.

I didn't do anything.

Nothing.

Give me your phone.

Give me your phone! No.

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I didn't do anything.

Why should I give it to you? No? I said, give me your phone! How dare you film me on the sly! I said, give me my phone back! You want it back? I'll get you arrested.

Just give me my phone backor it won't be good for you.

-I'm warning you.

-It won't be good for me? -What will you do?-Isha.

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-What will you do?-Isha, calm down.

What happened, Isha? Look at him, Payal.

He's such a cheap man.

He makes videos of us on the sly.

Look at this.

Excuse me, madam.

You call me cheap? What about you?You wear such revealing clothes! You let people enjoy the view! I just filmed youand you're getting angry? It's just a video.

Just a short video, sir.

What else did I do? You'll pay a price for this slap, ma'am.

How dare you misbehave with her! Get out of here! Out! I swear to my mother, I'll show you where you stand! -Get out of here!-I won't spare you! I'll get you arrested! -Just look at him.

-Calm down, Isha.

Calm down.

-Let's go in.

-Let's go.

Sit down, Isha.

Relax.

Look, people like him are everywhere these days.

You'll find people likehim in Mumbai every now and then.

-So, relax.

-You're right.

But that idiot ruined my mood.

It's okay.

Relax.

It happens.

Forget it, okay? Water.

Happy birthday, Isha.

Thanks, Sachin.

I was calling you, Isha.

Why didn't you answer? -I was busy, I didn't notice.

-Not even once? It's my phone, it's my will.

I didn't want to answer.

What's your problem? I do have a problem, Isha.

You know how much I love you.

Do you remember our college days, Isha? Look, I've told you this before.

Don't bring up this rubbish every time.

College is over, everything is over.

I only love Rohan.

Stop wasting your time on me.

Please.

Hello.

Yes.

If you can't be mine, you won't be anyone else's, Isha.

Where did Payal go? What happened to the lights? “Happy birthday to you.

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” “Happy birthday to you.

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” “Happy birthday, dear Isha.

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” “Happy birthday to you.

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” Oh, my God!So this was your important work! Sweetheart, your birthday is important to me.

-Happy birthday.

-Thank you so much.

It's party time.

Thank you, guys! Thank you so much.

-Come on, let's cut the cake.

-Okay.

-Birthday girl!-No.

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No rules today.

Come on.

The cake is nice, isn't it? Happy birthday, Isha.

How many times are you going to wish me? Poor boy! I can't help it.

You're my first love, after all.

I love you a lot.

I think of you all day long.

Please come back to me.

Please don't say no, or I'll kill myself, Isha.

Then go ahead.

Rohan, mom was talking about our marriage.

What's the hurry? I'm not in a hurry, but you know my mom.

Mom wants to see me as a bride.

'She got me fired and is having fun here.

' 'Once you get out of here, I'll teach you a lesson.

' Excuse me.

Mom, I'll be late.

Rohan and Payal have planneda surprise birthday party for me in the office.

Mom, I know you must be waiting for me.

I'm really sorry.

I'll get done soon and come back to you.

Okay? And then both of uswill celebrate my birthday together.

Love you, Mom.

I love you so much.

Where is she? The number you are tryingto call is currently not reachable.

Isha? She's not in the washroom either.

Where did she go? Isha? Where is she? She never does this? Hello.

I'm Girish Jain.

I welcome you to thisnew episode of Crime Alert.

Today, we'll present toyou a shocking incident of Mumbai.

When the time andsituation are in his favor it becomes easy for acriminal to commit a crime.

And today's episodeis about one such incident which shows the unsolved dilemmasof many complicated relations.

In these modern times, we spend most of our time out of home, for work.

We often come across many kinds of people.

And sometimes, we even get into arguments with them.

Just as Nanhe and Isha had an argument.

And when Isha exposed his misdeeds, Nanhe lost his job.

Nanhe wanted to exact revenge.

He was furious.

But a helpless mother wassurrounded by scary thoughts while waiting for herdaughter on her birthday.

But the question that arises is, where did Isha go? Did Nanhe plan a dangerousconspiracy against her while trying to get his revenge? Let's find out.

Payal, where is Isha? Where is she? I can't get through to her phone.

I thought she was in office.

So, I rushed here.

Is she in office? Ma'am.

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I tried calling her too, but it was switched off.

And she hasn't come to office yet.

-Ma'am? Hello.

-Rohan.

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Isha is not to be found since yesterday.

Did you speak to her? No, ma'am.

Isha left sayingthat you were waiting for her at home.

Yes, I was, but she didn't come.

I wonder where she is.

Okay, ma'am, I'll go.

I have a meeting with a client.

-Payal, we're late already.

-Yes, sir.

Ma'am, I'll let you know ifI get to know anything about Isha.

Please let me know.

I'll wait for your call.

Don't worry.

We'll find Isha.

-Let me know immediately.

-Sure.

Whatever you get to know.

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-Okay.

-Shall we? Inspector, my daughter hasn'tcome home since last night.

Her phone is switched off too.

-She never does this.

-Don't worry, ma'am.

-She'll be back.

-I'm scared, Inspector.

Please do something soon.

Ma'am, she must havegone with her friends.

Don't worry.

Go and relax at home.

The kids these days are wise.

Don't worry.

-Right, Tawde?-You're right, sir.

-But listen to me.

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-Why do you worry, ma'am? Didn't you hear what he just said? Anyway, we can file a missingreport only after 24 hours.

Go home and get rest.

Your daughter will be back.

Mom, I'll be late.

Rohan and Payal have planneda surprise birthday party for me in the office.

Mom, I know you must be waiting for me.

I'm really sorry.

I'll getdone soon and come back to you.

Okay? And then both of uswill celebrate my birthday together.

Love you, Mom.

-I love you.

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-I love you so much.

I love you, dear.

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I love you.

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I love you.

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Happy Mother's Day, Mom! Oh, my God! Thank you so much! -Oh!-Don't I look like you? My princess is all grown up!You look beautiful.

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-Have you worn my sari?-Yes, well.

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You look beautiful! Thank you so much for everything! -Okay, let's dance then!-Dance? -Come on.

-No, you do it.

Hey, come on, Mom! You dance so well! But I.

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I'll faint! I love you.

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I love you.

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Where are you, my child? Where are you? Where do I look for you? Where do I look for you? Yes, Ms.

Payal.

Record your statement.

Sir.

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It was Isha's birthday.

So, we threw her a surprise party.

We had a lot of fun.

It was a birthday party, sir.

We were drinking alcohol.

I dropped Payal home, and Isha left alone.

It was around 2 a.

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I told her I'd drop her, but she refused.

Sir, I don't know where Isha went.

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Did you find out?-Hold on, ma'am.

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Sir.

Ma'am, we inquired with Isha's friends.

We didn't learn anything much from them.

I'm sure something's wrong.

She was with them when she went missing.

They are lying.

They are trying to hide something.

Talk to them again, in detail.

Go.

Look, ma'am, don't teach us our job.

We'll let you know if we find your girl.

-But.

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-We're very busy.

Please go home.

Where is Isha? What is she doing here? Did she find out? Ma'am is here? Will she stand here every day? I'm scared, Rohan.

I wonder what's going to happen.

Tell me where Isha is.

Why do you ask me? Don't youremember what happened that night? Stop your nonsense!This is all your fault.

Rohan, leave him.

What are you doing? We'll all get intotrouble because of you two.

He started it.

I was just making youaware of the truth, got it? You.

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Guys, stop it! We'll allget into trouble because of you two.

Message? Where is my Isha? Hello, Rohan.

What have you done? We'll get into trouble because of you.

Since I've been seeing her, it's affecting my business.

Of course.

She stands here all day long, every day.

I think we should tell her the truth.

What? You said we shouldn't tell anyone.

-Payal is right.

-You shut up.

Rohan, please.

Instead of fighting, let's find a solution.

Where are you going now? We're often surrounded by different faces.

Whether they are ourfriends who work with us or our close ones who we trust blindly.

But we can't imagine thatthis trust could also pose a death threat to us someday.

That's why it's veryimportant to stay alert.

But Isha wasn't, and her carelessness became the reason behind her going missing.

Pressurizing someonewill break them eventually.

And a mother's love is beyond everything.

Shilpa was helpless asher daughter went missing.

Because of which, she tried every day to find an answer behind her daughter goingmissing from her friends.

But she was left disappointed.

Were Isha's friends responsiblefor her going missing? Now let's see the resultof the helpless mother's search for her missing daughter.

Ma'am, drink some water.

-Where is Isha?-We don't know where she is.

But when she came to office that day.

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I swear to my mother, I'll show you where you stand! After the party, we all went home.

I'm afraid that Nanhe.

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Do you have Nanhe'saddress or contact number? -Yes, I have his number.

-Give it to me.

98121421.

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Hello, who is it? Hello, am I speaking with Mr.

Nanhe? Yes, I'm Nanhe.

Who are you? I'm Shilpa.

If you're offering me a loan, I don't want it.

No, hear me out, Mr.

Nanhe.

Actually, our company does surveyson people with special services.

Like watchmen, drivers.

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For people like you.

And we talk to them abouthow their company treats them.

I see.

And we'll also pay you Rs.

10, 000 for this survey.

Ma'am, I want to ask.

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Where should I come to meet you? Well, I'll message my address to you.

Thank you.

Okay, ma'am, thank you.

Hello, ma'am.

You said it's a company.

This looks like home.

Where is Isha? -Tell me where Isha is!-I don't know.

I don't know anyone by that name.

You don't know? I know everything.

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Tell me, or else.

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Stop! Stay right there! Tell me! Look, Isha is my lifeline.

Tell me, where is she? -Tell me!-I didn't do anything, ma'am.

-I didn't do anything!-Then tell me! Where is she? Speak up! Put the knife down first.

I'll tell you whatever I know.

Tell me! Hurry up! Where is Isha? I started following her on the sly, but then I saw.

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What did you see? What did you see! Sachin? What's wrong now, Isha?There's no one between us now.

Sachin, stay away from me.

Look, Sachin, I have no feelings for you.

Everything is over.

Don't try to takeadvantage of the situation.

Please leave me.

-Isha, hear me out.

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-I don't want to hear anything! Isha.

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You! Just shut up! And get lost! I don't want to talk to anyone! Just leave me alone, for God's sake! I swear to my mother, ma'am.

I know nothing other than this.

I left after that.

Ma'am.

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Where's my daughter!Where's my Isha! Tell me! -I don't know, ma'am.

-Tell me where she is! -You know it, don't you? Tell me!-Ma'am, I don't know.

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-Ma'am.

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-Where is she! Calm down.

This is an office.

The clients are here.

Ask him.

She was with him, right? Tell me, where is she? Tell me! Ma'am, I'll tell you.

Let's go inside.

I'll tell you.

Let's go, Sachin.

Have a seat, ma'am.

Ma'am, please relax.

We'll tell you the truth.

Ma'am, I'm much moreworried about Isha than you.

I loved her immensely, but these two hurt her.

You guys leave.

I'll go to the washroom, okay? We'll wait for you at the parking lot.

Okay.

You? What are you doing here? -Isha, I want to talk to you.

-But I don't want to, Sachin.

-Isha, please.

-I said, I don't want to talk.

-Just leave.

-Relax, Isha.

Someone might hear.

Here's your birthday gift.

Leave me.

Are you crazy! Leave me! Take a look at it once.

I won't come back if you don't want me to.

Are you serious, Rohan?How can you do this? What can I do if I lost the money? You tell me.

I didn't know India would lose.

You know about my gambling habit.

That was Isha's money.

She saved it to buy a dreamhouse with you, and you spent it.

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But you're my dream.

But you know I'm married.

This is our secret.

Isha, I knew about them.

But you wouldn't believe me without proof.

Please don't cry, Isha.

Please, control yourself.

Isha, what took you so long?' How dare you! -What's wrong, Isha?-Shut up! You cheated on me, Rohan? You both deceived me.

You.

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Mr.

Rohan.

I'll drag you to court.

And you.

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Your husband shouldknow what you're doing here.

-Isha, I.

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-Shut up.

Isha, hear me out.

I don't want to hear anything.

-Listen to me.

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-Shut up! -Isha, you.

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-And you! Just shut up, or I'll slap you! It's not like you think, Isha.

Isha.

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Isha.

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Isha called you twoher best friends, right? And you two did this to her? Ma'am, I agree that I made a mistake.

That's why I followed Isha to talk to her.

But she was furious.

She wanted to be alone.

She didn't want to talk to me.

So, I left Sachin and her alone.

But after Payal left, Isha didn't want to be with me either.

She left me and went alone.

Ma'am.

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We agree that we all made mistakes.

But we're telling the truth, we don't know where she is.

Ma'am.

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Ma'am, listen.

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We're telling the truth.

As per Isha's last call, her location was near her office.

This means.

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This means I'll get a clue about Isha from around her office.

Mom! Mom, blue color looks nice on me, right? So, I've thought of wearingthis to my office on my birthday.

-How do I look?-You look like an angel.

Okay, Mom, I'm getting late.

Bye.

-Come home early.

-I will.

No.

This can't happen.

Isha's dress.

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No.

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Isha! Isha, my child! Blood.

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Wake up, my child.

Wake up.

Isha, please get up.

Isha, get up.

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We will find the murderer.

Inspector, whoever did this to my daughter should be punished severely.

Severely! This is a mother's request to you! -Hello, sir.

-Hello.

-Sir.

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-Just check.

Tawde, bring him to the police station.

-Yes, sir.

-Go.

I didn't do anything, sir.

Look, just confess your crime, or else.

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Sir.

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I'll tell you everything.

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-I'll tell you everything.

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-Speak up.

My battery is drained.

Ma'am, are you all right? Do you need a lift?This area isn't safe for you.

I'm fine, please leave.

Don't worry, I'm a taxi driver.

I live nearby.

I went to buy petrol for my cab.

-I told you.

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-Come, I'll drop you in my cab.

I said, I'm fine.

My brother is coming to pick me.

Ma'am, you think I'm a thief? It's okay.

But I'll stayhere until your brother arrives.

Because this area isn't safe for you.

-Listen.

-Yes, ma'am.

-Where is your taxi?-I live close by.

Just two kilometers away.

-Okay, let's go.

-Come.

But I will charge Rs.

500.

-Fine.

-Hop on.

This.

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Where have you brought me? Why did you stop your bike? -What's all this?-This isn't petrol, it's alcohol.

Here, take a sip.

Have fun.

-Stop misbehaving.

-I'm not misbehaving.

-I'm having fun.

Here, drink it.

-Get lost.

Where are you going? Stay here.

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-Stop!-Leave me! Help! -Stop!-Help! Stop! Help! Let me go! Please let me go!' Come on! -I'll get you arrested.

-Really? You'll be behind the bars.

Let me go! Let me go! Don't kill me! Let me go.

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Mom.

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Mom.

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I killed her and disposed her body nearby.

Finally, a mother's lovefound her daughter's body.

Or else, Isha would still remain missing.

And the culprit would be roaming scot-free looking for another victim.

Someone else killed Isha altogether.

Nandkishore.

When he saw she was alone he cunningly convincedher that he wished her well.

He used her for his lust.

He not just raped her, but also killed her brutally.

Isha's friends were alsoresponsible for her death.

She trusted them completely, but they broke her trust.

Isha fell prey to thisdeadly attack because of them.

If her friends hadn'tleft her alone that night then Isha would have been alive.

Friends, in life, we meet many people.

But we must always stay alertthat if he trust every person then the result couldbe as deadly as Isha's.

Trust only those people who deserve it.

With this, I Girish Jain, bid adieu to you on this episode of Crime Alert.

I'll see you again toalert you of another crime.

Until then, be alert.

Be safe.

Crime Alert! A voice against crimes.

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