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Sudama installs hidden cameras in her changing room and blackmails her into doing blue films in exchange for the hidden camera footage he took of her.
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First they capture girls on film and blackmail them, then abuse them, both physically and mentally.
Teesri Aankh (English: The Third Eye) is a 2006 Bollywood film starring Sunny Deol and Amisha Patel, and directed By Harry Baweja.
The film's plot is inspired by Michael Powell's controversial cult masterpiece Peeping Tom, however the story adds traditional Bollywood flair including a love story and much less provocative themes than Powell's film.
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