The Karma Killings

Synopsis: "The Karma Killings," is a modern-day crime thriller mixed in with Indian mythology and class warfare. The documentary delves into India's most infamous serial killings and its impact on a nation. Told through the people directly involved, the film unravels the complexities of the case and goes beyond the sensational headlines to present a suspenseful and scary mystery. And has a huge twist - one of the killers maybe innocent?
83 min

Why don't you? The decision

is stuck because of you.

Where is the water?

She told us

Jyoti isn't here.

She has been murdered.

There is no point

in looking for her.

She won't be found.

- The people

of Nithari were convinced

something was happening

to the girls there.

- In the beginning,

the cops harassed me a lot.

"Kick him out. His daughter

ran away with someone,

and he is

wasting our time."

She left at four o'clock.

I opened the gate

and put her in a rickshaw.

Sector 31. Nithari.

What could've happened?

Her mobile phone

was switched off.

I felt uneasy.

-Somehow, through someone's

recommendation, I met Nand Lal.

His 22-year-old daughter,

Payal, had vanished. And

she had a mobile phone.

At that time, I was in charge

Of electronic surveillance

in Noida.

We asked him about

the last time he spoke with her.

Did she fight with someone?

Was she suicidal?

We looked at it from these angles.

He said,

"No, she was very happy."

He said, "My daughter

was going to Pandher's

house for work."

- There were no clues.

No one was able to give me

any substantial leads.

Suddenly, one day

a local from

the village told me

about the mysterious

happenings at the D5 house.

This house belonged

to a businessman

from Chandigarh,

Moninder Singh Pandher.

He was a well-respected


His family

was in Chandigarh.

He owned a big company.

One more person lived

in the D5 house. His

name was Surinder Koli.

He was the servant

of the house.

He came from Uttarakhand.

He looked like a very quiet

and calm person.

There were a lot of

rumors about Pandher.

That he was an alcoholic.

Whenever he was present

in the house,

call girls

used to come over.

I said to Pandher, "My girl,

Payal, came here the

day before yesterday."

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