Hindi    Jan 01, 1967 (India)

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Baharon Ke Sapne is a 1967 Indian Bollywood family drama, social film released on Jan 01, 1967. The film is directed by Nasir Hussain, produced by Nasir Hussain under banner named Nassir Hussain Films.

In a small industrial town near Bombay lives Bholanath, who works at the local mill, and is the proud husband of Gauri, a daughter, Champa, and above all his son, Ramaiya, who is a graduate in the arts faculty, - the only one in this town who has attained this degree. But times are hard, and jobs are difficult to come by. When Bholanath loses his job, Ramaiya decides to find employment, and does so as a menial worker in the same mill his dad used to work. Ramaiya is very popular with his co-workers and they soon elect him as their new union leader. This puts Ramaiya in conflict with the Management of the Mill, headed by the owner, Kapoor, who has ordered that Ramaiya be eliminated post haste. But Ramaiya is determined to address the workers' grievances, and he gets himself framed for theft; has the police on the lookout for him, and so Ramaiya goes into hiding. When Ramaiya does not show up for a workers' meeting, some believe that he has been bought by the mill management, and they decide to take the matters into their own hands - by burning the mill down, killing Kapoor and his family, and getting into direct confrontation with the local police, who have been issued orders to shoot-at-sight.


Wherever is born a man who does not dream, and dream of everlasting spring ? . Bholanath was one such man who heard the music of `singing tomorrows when Ram, his graduate son, would lessen the burden of his life and an era of happiness and prosperity would usher in. . But, Ram became aware of reality soon. Inspite of his efforts, he could not get a job. He came back home, sunk in the slough of despond only to be comforted by his mother. An occasional sally to the street would bring him face to face with Geeta, an orphan girl who loved Ram and understood his predicament. . In one of his desperate moods, Ram leaves the house and goes to Bombay to find a job. But in no time he is starving in the cruel city of indifferent people. He has to go back to his home town and he starts working in the same mill where his father used to work as an ordinary Labourer. . While working in the mill and mixing up with the fellow workers, he comes to know their hardships and sufferings, and now he forgets his own misery and a new man is born in him. He captures the leadership of the workers Union through the help of Daskaka, a fire-brand leader who has come to the town to serve the ends of his own party. When the mill management turns down the workers demands, Ram gives the call to strike. The manager, set out to malign Ram, sends the police to Rams door. . As Ram does not reach in time to lead the workers procession, Daskaka takes command of the striking workers. He takes them to the mill and exhorts them to burn down the mill and kill the manager, a feat compatible to the philosophy of some revolution-arise. Ram defies the fear and comes out in the open to assert his leadership and desist the workers from following the path of disaster envisaged by Daskaka. When the incited workers drag the mill manager and his wife to burn them alive, Ram puts his own life in peril and saves them, inviting further tedium by being called partisan in the interest of the moneyed people. But Ram could not call violence by any other name excepting hooliganism. His way was the way of peace and non-violence, the trail of which was blazed by the great men of India. . Thus Ram really becomes a hero, beyond the dreams of his father, by saving countless lives and giving them the message of humanism in which the `haves had to be partners with `have-notsand thus work out a commonweal. Check out this page for more updates on Baharon Ke Sapne.

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