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Anban is a 1944 Indian Bollywood social film released on 1944. The film is directed by N. Lahiri.
Madhav Pandit and Mr. Pande a were two friends. Though belonging to diametrically opposite schools of thought the former believed in the old school of Hindu orthodoxy while the later belived in the Western civilization. Madhav Pandit had a son named Yadhav and two daughters Madhavi and Malati. On the other hand Mr. Pande had only a son named Vijay. . Yadhav and Vijay also were friends, Yadhav was the follower of Vijayas. Vijay loved Malati the younger daughter of Madhav Pandit. . Under Madhav Pandits guidance, Vijay and Malti opened a small school with the idea to train up the young minds with the ideals of ancient culture. Mr. Pande wanted to help this school with money. But madhav Pandit refused his help. This incident embittered their feelings so much that they were no more friends. . Further, in his obstinacy Madhav Pandit gave his elder daughter in marriage to a man, Ranjan belonging to a high kuleen sect but dissipat of the worst water-addicated to drinking alcohol, even though his son and all others protested vehemently. One day Ranjan was caught selling Madhavis ornaments and consequently insulted by Vijay. In impotent rage Ranjan returned home and reported the matter to Madhav Pandit not omitting to lend some colourful imaginary details to the event. The result was that Madhav Pandit in his excitement severed all connections with Vijay and asked him not to come in his house. So the little school had to be closed. Vijay had to bid Malati Good-bye. . Obstinacy and bitterness of feelings with Mr. Pande blinded Madhav Pandit so much that he ignored the advices of his well-wishers and decided to marry his younger daughter Malati to an aged Zamindar knowing as he did, that Malti loved Vijay. The zamindar came on the day of marriage in a procession of grand splendour. Thousands of lights lit up the house and the melencholy note of sweet "Shahnai" quivered longingly through the night air. But what of the bride? Malati was not to be seen anywhere. Every passing moment btought Madhav Pandit nearer the verge of insanity. Who dealt him this punishment so cruel and devastating! Check out this page for more updates on Anban.

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