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-Viewers interested in crime stories are also fond of ‘Manohar Kahaniyan‘ of dreaded criminals. One name Mohan Kumar alias Cyanide Mohan also appears in the list of psychopathic killers who were active in different parts of the country.
Mohan, who teaches in a school in Karnataka, trapped all the girls on the pretext of marriage and then instigated them to run away from their homes with jewelry and cash. Made physical relations and then handed over cyanide pills to these girls in the name of birth control pills.
Prime Video’s new web series ‘Dahad‘ showcases the same story against the backdrop of Rajasthan. Spread over eight episodes of around 50 minutes on average, this story is shown from the point of view of Anjali Bhati, a sub-inspector working at the Mandawa police station. The character of Anjali Bhati is played by Sonakshi Sinha who is making her OTT debut with this web series.