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Bakchha is a 2007 film by Tshering Wangyel. It is the first horror film produced in Bhutan, where most movies are musicals that portray an imagined perfect society. [1] Most of the actors in the film are not professional actors but are hired locally; Rinzin Choden, one of the leading actresses, is one of the few professional actors in the film. [2]

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