R.S. Choudhury directs this tragic melodrama about the evils of the rich and of India's intractable caste system. A beautiful lass born into a low caste, Ramaki (Sulochana) has a daughter out of wedlock with Manekchand, the debauched scion of wealthy industrialist Krishnadas. When Ramaki seeks refuge with a dancer friend, Krishnadas -- also infatuated by the girl -- seeks her out. In the ensuing tussle, the capitalist is killed and Ramaki flees to a Muslim friend who has a son the same age as her daughter. Unfortunately, both Ramaki and Muslim die in a fire. Their children are raised by a kindly nomad called Garibdas Sadhu (Makanda), who bears a striking resemblance to Mahatma Gandhi. When they find work at Manekchand's factory, the industrialist unwittingly falls for his own daughter while at the same time trying to steal Garibdas Sadhu's land out from underneath him. Sadhu learns of his evil doings and curses him, at which point a dam bursts killing Manekchand and destroying his riches.
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