Devdas

Synopsis: Devdas and Parvati had been inseparable as children, and as they grew older, Love Blossomed. Devdas is sent away for studies by his parents - he and Parvati are separated. A chain of events lead to Parvati being married off to someone else and Devdas drowns his sorrows in alcohol. When Devdas is pronounced critical due to his drinking, he remembers the promise he had made to Parvati, of coming to see her before he dies. Will he fulfilled this promise or not?
Director(s): Bimal Roy
Production: Yash Raj Films
  3 wins.
 
IMDB:
8.0
Year:
1955
159 min
16 Views

A hot, sultry day in May...

6 X 1 = 6

6 X 2 = 12

6 X 3 = 18

6 X 4 = 24

We'll eat raw mangoes.

- That's why l've brought salt!

6 X 5 = 30

6 X 6 = 36

Devdas is running away, sir.

- Devdas! Where are you going?

Come here, you rascal.

Once you go, you never return.

Your father may be a rich man.

ln fact he only ordered...

that you stay behind to study.

Bholu! What the hell do you do?

Listen carefully. lf he gives me

the slip, you'll have it!

Now, give him some sums.

Here, do these sums.

- Go and sit there.

l can't do these.

- Show me.

lf the cost of oil

is Rs.14.65, then...

then this!

What happened? Where's Devdas?

- Sir...

Catch him!

You've spoilt my lime-powder.

- Wasn't my fault.

He pushed me, and ran off.

- Pushed you and ran off?

And you couldn't even stop him?

Hey! What are you laughing at?

Where has he gone?

We couldn't catch him.

- Why?

He threw stones at us.

- He hit me with one over here.

Blood!

- He broke your head?

Let's all go to his father.

Let him see his son's deeds.

He'll not attend school anymore!

Come Bholu! What's this?

Pocketing my lime-powder, eh?

Not my fault.

- Empty your pocket... go on!

Don't wipe your face as yet.

We've to show his father.

Will Devdas be really rusticated?

- Can't say with this silly teacher.

l don't feel like attending myself!

Come.

Now you tell me what to do, sir.

- lt's a problem. My son?

lf the fence starts to eat

the grass, who'll guard it?

Where is he?

- l don't know.

When kids chased him, he...

Where's that boy? Come here.

Look for yourself, Sir.

Get Deva from wherever he is!

Don't worry, master.

Everybody is equal to me.

Deva will not be spared.

Come on, boys...

Why are you by yourself today?

Where's Deva?

He ran away.

- What do you mean?

That chap fell in the lime-powder.

Have you seen Bholu's face?

Looks like a white washed house!

Will you just giggle, or explain?

Tell me where Deva is.

- l don't know.

You know alright. Tell me.

He must be hungry.

Sure. But l won't tell you

because he'll hit me it l do.

l'll take some food for him.

- Do that, but listen...

Coax him and bring him

home by evening.

Alright. l'll get him.

Do you know what happened

in school today, Father?

Silly! What happened?

- l'm very hungry.

l'll eat something and then tell you.

- Okay.

Mummy, l'm famished.

Give me something to eat.

ls that all? lt's not enough.

- This is your daily quota.

Why extra today?

- Give her. lt's nothing heavy.

Just puffed-rice.

Give my darling girl some more.

Happy?

Who's there?

lt's you, Paro. Come.

Smoking tobacco again, eh?

- So what? All men do it.

Get something to bite, eh?

Good!

What did our teacher do?

He went and reported

to your father.

He told my father? Then?

- He won't let you attend school.

Never mind. l never wanted to

study anyway. Give me sweets.

l didn't bring any.

Get water.

- From where?

No sweets, no water...

What the hell! Go get water!

l won't go, because you'll

run away from here.

l won't. Go.

No...

- No? Go, l say!

l'll go and tell everything

to your father!

Listen Paro...

Get lost!

l looked everywhere, father.

No sign of him.

Where can he be?

Why are you crying, dear?

- Deva hit me!

Where is he?

- ln the orchard.

Do you know? He smokes

tobacco on the sly too.

What! He smokes also now?

Calamity indeed. Bad times ahead.

No school or food for him from now.

Devidas, go this moment...

and get him here somehow!

Pernicious! Bane to the family!

Catch him! Stop him!

Can't you see?

- Catch him!

Run away from school, eh?

Pick fights too. Rascal!

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Rajinder Singh Bedi

Rajinder Singh Bedi (1 September 1915 – 1984) was an Indian Urdu writer of the progressive writers' movement and a playwright, who later worked in Hindi cinema as a film director, screenwriter and dialogue writer. As a screenwriter and dialogue writer, he is best known for Hrishikesh Mukherjee's films Abhimaan, Anupama and Satyakam; and Bimal Roy's Madhumati. As a director he is known for Dastak (1970), starring Sanjeev Kumar and Rehana Sultan and Phagun (1973), starring Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman, Jaya Bhaduri and Vijay Arora. He wrote his scripts in Urdu, like a number of other prominent screenwriters at the time.Bedi is considered one of the leading 20th century progressive writers of Urdu fiction, and one of the most prominent Urdu fiction writers. He is most known for 'disturbing' Partition of India tales. more…

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