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throap
 n.— «Besides the thriller element, the serial also delves into the personal relationships of Ranvir with his ex-fiancee Kinnari and Meghana, a researcher who works with him. For want of a word to describe his serial, Singh has coined a new word “throap,” which is a mix of a soap and a thriller.» —“The Sixth Sense” by Chaya Unnikrishnan Screen Weekly (India) July 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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