Widowed Govindi lives a poor lifestyle in Haripur along with two sons, Gungaram and Jumna. While Jumna is studious, Gungaram is the opposite, but has a good heart and decides to use his earnings to ensure his brother gets a decent education. After her employer, Hariram, accuses Govindi of theft, their house is searched, evidence is found, she is arrested, the entire village bails her out, but the shock kills her. After her passing, Gungaram works for Hariram while Jumna goes to the city to study. During the course of his studies, he is forced to sell off all his belongings when Gungaram fails to provide him with any funds. He does continue to study, and after completing them becomes a police officer. He is then given his first assignment, which is none other than in Haripur itself, and it is here that he will be forced to confront Gungaram, who is now an ex-convict, jailed for theft, and now is the leader of a dreaded band of killer bandits. Watch what impact Jumna's presence will ...
Did You Know?
When the film ran thru censor problems,it was journalist Vir Sanghvi's father Ramesh Sanghvi that helped the film get released. Ramesh was a famous lawyer in those days. See more
Referenced in Anjane Mein
Dagaabaaz Tori Batiyaan
Sung by Lata Mangeshkar
Music composed by Naushad
Lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni See more