Cha Cha Cha (1964)
Lily (Helen) is vacationing on a houseboat in Kashmir with her wealthy family and friends, Ma(Leela Mishra), father Dinanath (Om Prakash) and various siblings and friends. Madan (OP Ralhan) is interested in Lily romantically, and Geeta (Aruna Irani) in Mohan (Polson). They are all always up for a good dance party. Ma doesn't approve of such "modern" behavior and she sends young Lily off to the temple with an offering.
At the temple a very different sort of music is being performed. Lily misunderstands the singer and thinks he is singing about her; she gives him a tight slap. The pandit tells her that she's misunderstood--the song is a bhajan about a goddess who shares her name, not about her, and to top it off the singer is blind! She hurries home, chastened and embarrassed. Ma scolds her. Lily returns to the temple the next day and the priest tells her that the singer was blinded when he tried unsuccessfully to save his parents from a burning house.Lily and her Ma convince the pandit and the singer, Puran (Chandrashekhar), to let them pay for surgery to restore his sight in Bombay. Puran's vision is saved.Lily then embarks on a mission to introduce the shy and devout Puran to their modern lifestyle in modern Bombay. Puran still refuses to dance. Lily does manage to teach him to drive.Lily and Puran are falling in love. But as Puran is from lower cast, Lili's family opposes. Will Lily's family overcome this and two hearts to unite?