After her parents pass away, teenager Gauri goes to live with her paternal uncle, Kashinath, and his wife. She is ill-treated there, made to do all the housework, and abused by her aunt. She is also asked to work as a servant for meager wages in another household, and her earnings are taken away by her aunt. One day, Kashinath is summoned to the Police Station where he is told that since Gauri has been convicted of stealing a necklace from her employer, she is placed under his care for 12 months. Kashinath undertakes to look after her, but she manages to escape, and beats up Bankelal, who had originally accused her of stealing the necklace. The Police are summoned again, and this time Gauri is placed with Shree Satyanand Anarthalaya, an orphanage run by a compassionate Manager, Ashok. Gauri revolts against all the rules imposed upon her and she is placed in solitary, where she ends up breaking all the windows and furniture. Then one day she escapes, beats up Bankelal severely, and ... Written by
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During the shooting of the song tu pyar ka sagaar.....Balraj Sahni was in a hurry to go to airport to catch flight to go to somewhere, but the director insisted that the whole song must be shot on that day. So Balraj Sahni took a chair and sat and shot for the song. The whole song he was sitting on chair and he was singing and the whole song was picturised in 3 shots and in 1 take in short time and he completed to shoot tu pyar ka sagaar....he went away to airport and reached on time. The song doesn't look it was shot fast in a day. That was Balraj Sahni. See more