Mangala (Charmi) is a film heroine who has numerous fans. One among them is the person (Vijaya Sai) who completely changes her life. He is a mad mad fan of her that he wants to gift a car to his dream star! However, in an unfortunate incident Mangala mistakes him that he groped her. Hurt by this, the guy consumes poison and commits suicide. His father who knows all the deadly things about black magic (Pradeep Rawat) comes and pleads Mangala to see his son who is lying on death bed. Mangala couldn’t o along with him and the fan dies. His father avenges the death of his son and starts working on an evil ‘experiment’ namely ‘Sakuchi’ against Mangala. The consequences of that black magic leave Mangala in a frightfully dangerous situation. How she overcomes that evil power follows in the rest.
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Have you watched Mangala yet? What did you think about it?