Director: Premendra Mitra; Writer: Premendra Mitra; Cinematographer: Ajoy Kar; Cast: Dhiraj Bhattacharya, Chhabi Biswas, Jiben Bose, Reba Bose, Boken Chatterjee, Belarani Devi, Purnima Devi, Firozabala, Shyam Laha, Robin Majumder, Krishna Miss, Kumar Mitra, Indu Mukherjee, Krishnadhan Mukherjee, Rabi Ray, Sandhyarani, Kali Sarkar, Bechu Singha, Chhaya Devi
Duration: 02:05:54; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 82.500; Saturation: 0.010; Lightness: 0.385; Volume: 0.187; Cuts per Minute: 10.015
Mitra tells a story Familiar from late feudal romances and 19th-C. dime novels. A working-class leader confronts a villainous factory owner, falls in love with the boss's daughter unaware of her family origins and, after many adventures and setbacks, it is revealed that the hero is in fact the official heir to the property the villain had usurped. An influential Bengali novelist acknowledging allegiance to socialism, Mitra's studio-bound film concentrates on showing the milieu of the rich while the dialogues make numerous references to the workers and the poor. Nitin Bose's Didi / President (1937) and Bimal Roy's Udayer Pathey / Hamrahi (1944)
tell similar stories.