Posted On: Monday, February 25, 2013

Shaitaan (Colors): Man convicted of killing, eating brains of several victims (Episode 20 on 24th February 2013)

"...the prosecution had also told the court
 that Kalandar used to eat certain body parts of his victims..."

Vikrant (real name Dhirendra Singh) is a journalist who works for a news paper in Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) with his wife, brother and children. Vikrant is working on some urgent article and about to unfold some mystery but he goes missing. His cellphone is switched off so his wife and brother file FIR for him. 6 days after he goes missing, police still not able to find any clue. A day police finds a head less body at Kakori area which is 15-16 Km away from Lucknow. Police calls Vikrant's wife and brother to identify the body. Vikrant's brother confirms that this is not Vikrant's body.

Color's Online Episode: A human turned cannibal!
https://www.voot.com/shows/shaitaan/1/445547/a-human-turned-cannibal-/458567

Police starts investigation with his projects on which he was currently working and some shocking truth come out.

The case unfolds mystery behind a man named Badri Manohar (Real name Raja Kalander alias Ram Niranjan, 50) who convicted that he is a anthropophagous (aadam khor, आदमखोर) and he killed several people serially to eat their brain. He had a belief that eating brain of a mind will make him intellectually powerful (buddhishaali, बुद्धिशाली).
Here is inside story of the case with online episode and photo of Raja Kalandar:
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2013/02/shaitaan-criminal-mind-up-man-convicted.html
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