A former theater owner and his crippled daughter live in poverty until a chance encounter with a young pickpocket brings romance for the petty criminal and daughter as well as a chance by the father to get back at the villainous new theater owner who ousted him from the business years before.
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The film is one of the biggest hits in the history of Hindi cinema. At a theatre in Calcutta it ran for three years, and gave Indian cinema its first title of superstar, Ashok Kumar. It has been given the status of All-Time Blockbuster. In the decade of 1940s, this movie made the most money, a record that was unbeaten until 1949 by 'Barsaat'. Read More