Teesri Kasam (1966)
A simple hearted bullock-cart driver Hiraman(Raj Kapoor) is caught with others while taking black-market goods to Nepal. He escapes some how with two bullocks, leaving his cart behind. He pledges never to take black market goods in his cart. Now it is someone else's cart and his own bullocks, when he is carrying a load of bamboos, that he meets with a terrible accident with a tonga. It is his second pledge now, never to carry bamboos in his cart. After leaving a newly married couple at railway station, he carries a Nautanki dancer Hirabai(Waheeda Rehman) as a passenger. Due to his simplicity and respect towards her, Hirabai starts liking him. They part but not before Hirabai has invited him to come and see the Nautanki shows and she promises to arrange for their passes. Hiraman and his friends, all go to see the Nautanki. Here he has fight with someone who was degrading Hirabai. Birju, the agent brings the Zamindar to Hirabai. He is infatuated by Hirabai's charms. She realises, she cannot do without the simple- hearted bullock-cart driver, who estimates her differently, as a virgin and a goddess. She calls him. The quarrel is patched up between the two. The chart-driver sees the Nautanki plays, meets her. Coming closer and closer to her, he appeals to her to leave this profession. He is disillusioned by her negative reply. Moreover the Zamindar is ever after her. Finally, to save herself from clutches of Zamindar, Hirabai leaves the village in Hiuraman's cart. Here, Hiraman takes third vow, "Never to have Nartaki as a passenger".