Miya Bibi Razi (1960)
(Certified: Jun 16, 1960)
One particular teacher, kamla , not only gave her mind to the problem of dowry, she also gave speech to her ideas. A gathering she addressed was particularly impressed; as was the general public of her town when a report of her speech was published. More than particularly impressed by her speech was Kumar, a young engineer, who tried to make her acquaintance couple of times but without any result. Finally he was to handle a project of building school where she teaches. Finally they fall into love. By a curious contrivance of circumstances, Kumars sister Rajni had met Kamla's brother Raja, and had fallen in love with him. The two families were further tied up by a strong bond of friendship between Kumar's eight year old sister baby and Kamla's younger brother Rattan. their servants fell in love too and got married. The marriage of Raja and Rajni could not be brought about because Fakirchand, Raja's wealthy but narrow minded father, had made up his mind that he would not let Raja marry untill and unless he received at least twenty thousand rupees in dowery. This would be an impossible condition for Dhaniram, Rajni's father a middle-class man. The two fathers met, discussed of their respective daughter, the question fo dowry was brought up, a clash arose, resulting a in bitternss between the two. Each ordered his children not to associate with the children of the other family. It developed into mutual hatred, even on the part of the children, which led to many unhappy unpleasent incidents. More youthful, more impatient, Raja and Rajni could bear the situation no longer. With the help of Kumar and Kamla they evolved a scheme calculated to bring their respective fathers to their senses. And they the scheme into opertation. Repercussions naturally arose, leading to a happy denouement.