Pachara, a pink diamond that is the most valuable in the world. It is desired amongst many and leads to death, murder, and many battles over it. However, those who come in posession of it has a tragic end. The year 2540 (1997), at the border of Thailand Dr. Amorn aids Prapoth in finding the Pink Diamond, a valuable diamond that is filled with curses. Wahto is their guide, and on their way they encounter many dangers. They finally come upon a ancient altar. At the altar there is a giant statue of a cat. The statue is a body of a cat, but the head is of a woman. One eye contained the elusive pink Diamond.
Prapoth goes back on his word and doesn’t intend to give the diamond to the government so it can be treasured in a museum, and protected by the country. He kills Amorn who tries to stop him and attempts to kill Wahto, but Wahto escapes with Amorn’s 3 year old daughter.
20 years later Nadon Supanich, a successful businessman is traveling with his friend and is saved by a young boy named Petch. Nadon takes Petch back home with him eventually. Prapoth feeling guilt for his past misdeeds and slowly dying from the curse of the diamond attempts to find the missing Anchalee, Amorn’s daughter that was taken away by Wahto. He offers a large sum of money in hopes of washing away his sins. Many women appear, but three stood out. They all had some piece of fact or knowledge of the events that transpired 20 years ago.
Prapoth is unsure who is the true Anchalee and moves them all into the house, and attempts to find the real Anchalee amongst the three. None of the three women are truly Anchalee. Is it possible that Anchalee is closer than they expect? (Credit: Bitter Kisses)