Ashok is unemployed and looks for a job when he sees the ad placed by the beautiful Asha, whose picture he catches and decides to join as an estate manager at her industry. When he joins he learns that Asha is a rich, spoiled and bratty woman, but they eventually fall in love with each other. Ashok's father disapproves of Asha due to her parentage, Asha's father is an escaped convict and her mother followed prostitution as a profession. Ashok learns about Asha's true colors when he see's her dancing and singing at a party, intoxicated! What will happen to their relationship after this shocking revelation?
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The filmmakers included an unusual adjunct to the customary disclaimer by referring to faith: "The characters and parties portrayed in the film are purely fictitious and bear no relation with any living personalities or religion". They were evidently worried that the film's content could be used to inflame communal hostility at a time of rising tension. Their caution was justified. The second Indo-Pakistan war broke out the following year and major language riots erupted in South India. Read More