(Certified: Dec 30, 1957)
Kishore, a rich young man of Agra was happily married to Shanta, a beatiful and simple woman and was also the proud father of a little daughter Kamla. The only thing, Kishore, disliked in his wife was that she was a little old fashioned. . Kedar, who feigned friendship to Kishore had an evil eye on Kishores beautiful wife and in order to fulfil his evil designs, introuduced Kishore to wine and spurious woman. Kishore fell an easy pray to Manoraman, a theatre actress in Delhi. . One night Shanta was obliged to go to Kedars house in search of her drunkard husband. Kedar tired to molest her but she saved her modesty by dispalying rare courage. Kedar invented a false story against Sahnta and believing him, Kishore turned Shanta out of his house and didnt allow her to take little Kamla along. . Kishore brought Manorama to Agra to live with him and told Kamla that her mother was dead. Little Kamla who now lived in the company of Manorama started to ape her mannerisms. By the time Manorama left Kishore, Kamla had turned a complete replica of her. Kishore realised very late that Shanta was neither infidle nor unfaithful to him. He waited for her release from the jail. When she returned, he couldnt introuduce her to Kamla as her mother. Shanta couldnt reform Kamla who was totally a spoilt child. She was a problem for the father and mother.