Jyot Jale (1973)
There is a general clamour that the children of today are tending to become mobsters. Is there anybody who is prepared to stop them and guide them back to the right path? None. Thats what Dr. Narayan Gupta exactly thought after watching closely a gang of such boys in his neighbourhood. teachers in the school refused to shoulder this responsibility and the parents at home were equally indifferent and negligent of thier duties towards their offspring. Dr. Gupta also observed that Ramu, the ring leader was bestowed with qualities which are very rare in the youngsters of his age group. He felt if these qualities could be ever channelised in a constructive manner, he could definitely give lead to his generation. Dr. Gupta accepted the challenge of time and embarked upon to reform him. . But Ramu, having been prejudiced with the Doctor in his first meeting, felt otherwise. He took an obstructive view of whatever the doctor attempted to do for them. He even resorted to inflicting on him physical injuries besides the insults that he poured on him day in and day out. But docotr Gupta was a man of strong will and he stood on the buring deck come what may. Even to the ectent of endangering his life. But at last the truth dawns on Ramu and the truth dawns on Ramu and the doctor succeeds in his mission.