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Keimi (Based on Traditional Fiction) poster

Tiau thlang lama lalna tlang chang Saichhuma leh Lianluaua pasaltha te tualthu chhiat avangin nunna hial inlaksak a ni a. He tualthihna kal zel hian khaw pahnihte inkarah inhmuhthiam lohna thlengin nunna chu nunna veka thleng a ni zel. Chutih mek lai chuan Zosang khaw lal, Lianluaua chuan a nunna humhim nan dawithiam a ruai a. dawithiam chuan damkhawchhuah a duh a nih chuan keimi that turin a lo ti thung si.

Saichhuma chuan a khua aia khaw te zawk chu thah chimih vek a duh a. Mahse, a tum chu a tihlawhtling thei kher ang em? A chhan chu Zosang khaw pasaltha, Lianhranga an tih a awm a. Hmeithai fa mai mah ni se mi danglam tak, a theihna piahlamah amah venghim tlattu a la nei zui!

Buiana leh harsatna hrang hrang karah Lianhranga chuan a khua chhanhim nan a bei a. A nu leh a farnu hial a chan phah a, chutah a thianpa Raltawna chuan a nunna a chan phah ve bawk. Harsatna leh buaina hrang hrang hmachhawn tur hian Hranga hian a tlin kher ang em? Nge ni a, a mah puitu hian a la pui zel dawn.

In the western part of Tiau, a dispute between the warriors of Saichhuma and Lianluaua escalated into murder, causing misunderstandings between the villages, causing the concept of an eye for an eye. Chief Lianluaua of Zosang sought the aid of a witch doctor, who advised him to kill the weretiger to survive.

Saichhuma aimed to eliminate the village smaller than his own, but his success remains uncertain, because of Lianhranga, a hero from Zosang and a widow's son, who possessed exceptional skills and a guardian.

Despite losing his mother, sister, and friend, Raltawna in the struggle, Lianhranga faces the challenges to save his village. The question lingers: is he qualified to overcome these hardships alone, or will his guardian continue aiding him?

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