Maya Sundari (1967)
A Magician, the devotee of Goddess Kali, goes round in search of a beautiful damsel. During his sojourn he comes to an island called Kalapana Dweep. He comes across a maiden of Devaloka, enjoying the natural beauties of the land. The magician gets tempted and tries to molest her. She runs for protection to a great Yogi, in meditation. The yogi gets annoyed and curses the damsel that she shall never again return to Devaloka. But when she explains him, yogi tells her the way out to be redeemed from her curse. The Yogi chases the magician with a big flame of fire and warns him not to repeat the same elswhere or else he shall be destroyed. The insulted magician prays to his Guru to empower him to take revenge on Yogi. Guru warns him that evil powers shall, never supersede good powers. But on his acadamy, Guru tells the magician that if he wants to win over the good power Yogi, he must attain ashtamahashakti and for that he must find out a king born on a lunar eclipse, killed by his own son on lunar eclipse. But in this attempt if he fails, he head would burst into spilinters. The magician accepts the conditions and sets out in search of a prince who could be induced to kill his own father. At last, the magician finds out a prince and his father who gets the blame of killing his wife. Thus he induces the son to kill the father. But his attempts bear no fruit as the time comes to ending of eclipse and what happens next?