While defending his sister's honor, Shanker kills a man. His ashamed family say he is away in Africa, while he spends the next ten years in prison. What happens when the truth comes out, can he ever find forgiveness or acceptance?

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Rajendra Kumar ...
Shanker
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Shobha
Madan Puri ...
Ramesh
Lalita Pawar ...
Shobha's mom
Usha Kiran ...
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Asha
Ragini ...
Dancer / Singer
Bupet Raja ...
Tinku
Ratnamala ...
Moppet Shahid ...
Chimpu
Manmohan Krishna ...
Jailor
Bihari ...
Bihari - Jail inmate
Ram Mohan ...
Ram
Sunder
Tun Tun ...
Sundari (as Tuntun)
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Shanker lives a poor lifestyle along with his elder sister, Usha, and a younger sister, Asha, in a town called Baksar. Both he and Usha attend the same college. One day a student, Ram, attempts to molest Usha, Shanker intervenes, arguments lead to fisticuffs, and Ram ends up getting killed. Shanker is arrested, tried in Court, and sentenced to 14 years in jail. While there he gets the news that Usha has married Ramesh, and has given birth to two sons, Tinku and Chimpu. Due to his good behavior, he gets discharged after 10 years, returns home and on the way there rescues an elderly woman, who had fallen from the boat, meets her daughter, Shobha, and both fall in love. Upon arrival at home, he is given a warm welcome by everyone, and this is when Shanker finds out that Usha has told everyone that he was employed in Africa for 10 years. Ramesh picks an eligible young man for Asha to get married to but on the day of the marriage, the Prosecuting Attorney recognizes Shanker, the wedding ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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This film was actor's O.P.Ralhan's first film as director. See more »

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Bhagwan ik kusoor ki itni badi sazaa, duniya teri yehi hai toh duniya se main chala
Sung by Mohammad Rafi
Lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni
Music by Ravi
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