Dir: Dharmendra Suresh Desai
Starring: Sharman Joshi and Meera Chopra

After her husband is possessed by an evil spirit, a woman turns to her former lover to perform an exorcism

This Indian horror film is the third installment in the 1920 film series, after 1920 and 1920: The Evil Returns. The film managed to recover its cost and became a moderate success, but it couldn’t repeat the success of the previous installments. Nonetheless, it was followed by another sequel titled 1921. There are some scenes in the latter half of this film that were shot at Horsted Keynes station on the Bluebell Railway, which is standing in as ‘Waterloo’. The arriving train is a little unusual in being double-headed by two of the lines former SECR locomotives in the form of C Class 0-6-0 No.592 and H Class 0-4-4T No.263. They are also both running ‘backwards’, i.e. tender and bunker first respectively.

C Class No.592 approaches Horsted Keynes station running tender first. Tucked in behind the loco is sister SECR stablemate in the form of H Class 0-4-4 tank No.263, which is running bunker first. The fact that the Bluebell lacks a turntable means that the steam locomotives will run the wrong way round depending on which way they are headed, but it is rare on film to have them captured in this pose as film crews want the locos the right way round.
This busy scene shows passengers waiting for the approaching train on both sides of the track
A pretty unusual ‘over the camera’ view of No.592’s tender
The train has departed and the station is now deserted. Sharman Joshi and Meera Chopra on platform 4 have only a member of the station staff on platform 5 for company.
Sharman Joshi and Meera Chopra on platform 4 at Horsted Keynes