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Future of Fate - Bhawishye Ka Bhaagye

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A story of a mother who has a terminal illness, but does everything possible for her only daughter to live a fruitful life after the mother is no more. The mother struggles to battle against the fate to build the future for her daughter. Her owners are unable to assist but her loyal friends come to her rescue.

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Dr. Ram Lakhan Prasad

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