Zamindar Narayana Rao (Jandhyala) has two daughters Roopa and Taara. He taught them dance. Ramu is son of Gumasta, working in the Zamindari. Ramu gives a flower to Roopa. While receiving the flower, she fell down from the building and become handicapped. Zamindar is very angry and shoots Ramu with a revolver. Injured Ramu jumps into a river. The Zamindar is guilty of his criminal action, goes into hiding and handed over his proper and guardianship to the Gumasta (CSR).
After many years, Ramu returns to the city on the name of Krishna. During this period, the Gumasta gradually takes over the Zamindari and leaves Roopa and Taara to poverty. Krishna becomes the friend of Appanna (Relangi). Roopa gives shelter to Krishna and their relation turns into love. He helps for the treatment of her physical disability, money steeled from the Zamindari. The second son of Gumasta loves Taara. Krishna arranges to marry them. Knowing that Krishna is a thief, Roopa becomes broken-hearted. To catch Narayana Rao, the present Zamindar (Gumasta) arranges dance demonstration of Roopadevi (Saroja). Police come into action and finds out that Krishna and Ramu are one and the same on the basis of a tattoo on his arm. Finally Ramu/Krishna and Roopa get married.
The film is a remake of the Hindi movie Kismet (1943).
The film was simultaneously shot in Telugu as Bhale Ramudu (1956).
Prema Pasam 1956
21 May 1956 ● Tamil ● Running Time: TBA
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