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Ep 1058 - C.I.D.: The investigation of people going missing from their respective Chawls continues. ACP Pradyuman and his team are searching Sangeeta and Nanlini's killer all over the city and also visit Ambawadi Chawl to collect more information about Ketan. Senior Inspector Abhijeet and Daya as Kallu and Kancha Chacha decide to stay in the Chawl to go deep into the case of People mysteriously going missing from the chawl. Nikhil and Purvi decide to stay in Nalini's House. Why Chaptya wanted to buy the entire Chawl? Who killed Nalini and Sangeeta? To know more, watch this thrilling episode of Mumbai Mission special with C.I.D.

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