Dil Ka Raaja (1971) (DVDRip) After generously donating all the wealth accumulated by three generations of his family, Ramnagar-based Raja Vichitra Singh, faces humiliation at the
hands of Thakur Gajendra Singh when he is unable to pay a dowry for his sister, Gauri. He does fulfill his promise by mortgaging his mansion, Raghupathi Bhavan, but the shock kills his wife, Lakshmi. Humiliated, with no one coming forward to help him, he leaves Ramnagar, along with his three children, Raja, Bajrang, and Vijaya; re-locates to Bombay, hoping to accumulate three Lakh Rupees so that he can get the Bhavan back as well as restore his honor. But fate has something else in store for Vichitra, now a Tonga driver, and his children, who end up working as a Coolies and laborers, and he may never be able to save even a fraction of the cost to get his mansion back.
Dharmputra (1960) (DVDRip) Circa British Rule in India is the tale of two Delhi families, that of Nawab Badruddin and Gulshan Rai. The two families are so close that they virtu
ally share the same house. The Nawab's daughter, Husn Bano, has an affair with a young man named Hamid, & gets pregnant. When the Nawab attempts to arrange her marriage with Hamid, he finds that Hamid has disappeared. Amrit Rai and his wife Savitri assist Husn with the birth of a baby boy, Dilip, and even adopt him and give him their family name. Young Dilip is a cute young child, the apple of the Badruddin and the Rai households. Husn then gets married to another young man, Javed, and moves to another location. In the meantime, while participating in a protest to force the British to leave India, the Nawab gets killed. Years later, Husn Bano and Javed return to a warm welcome by the Rai family. Then she meets Dilip - not the Dilip she had left behind - this Dilip is fascist, a Muslim-hater, who has joined forces with other extremists, in order to force Muslims to leave India, and even go to the extent of burning buildings and killing them. How can Husn and Dilip adapt to each other with so much hate and distrust between them?