Ashok Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar, Dharmendra,Sharmila Tagore /DEI-641 SATYAKAM/DVD/175 Minutes/Dolby DigitalMono/NTSC Format (with English Subtitles)
Satyapriya came from a long line of truth seekers. When he was born, his mother died and his father became a sanyasi. Satya was brought up by his grandfather, a saintly sanskrit scholar. Satya graduated as an engineer when our country was becoming independent. He started his career as an ardent believer that once our country becomes free from slavery, as an engineer he would partcipate in rebuilding our great and glorious country. Struggles came Satya's way as the world around him was too immature, centuries of slavery, greed for money and power had debased its character and was unable to match the aspirations of this great soul. When he took up a job in a princely state, he met Ranjana, a luckless girl who was suffering from the lapses of her mother and almost on the point of losing herself in an equally disgraceful life. She had come to him for protection, but he refused. His refusal had brought a calamity to Ranjana. She had become a prey to the prince's passions. Satya married her but was not even allowed the bliss of normal conjugal love. The night of shame had brought to Ranjana, a motherhood which haunted their love with the reminder of her past. Satya accepted the son, but this was too much for his grandfather. Who are the real descendants? Whether those who carry the forefather's blood in their veins or those who carry forward our values?