Sonar Sansar: A parable about human suffering and capitalist enterprise. The village headman has bandits attack the house of Ramesh to settle a feud. They kidnap the man's wife Roma, and abandon their infant son in the forest. Years later, Roma works as the nurse of a kind millionaire while the boy Raghunath shares a neighbourhood house with other unemployed youths who collectively dream of starting a soap factory. The father is a beggar on the streets. None of them know of each other's existence until circumstances bring the family together...
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|Released:||October 21, 1936|
|Actors:||Ahindra Choudhury Azoorie Buck Jones Charles King Chhaya Devi Chick Hannon Christine McIntyre Dave O'Brien Dhiraj Bhattacharya Earl Douglas Ed Brady Frank LaRue Gene Alsace Jack King Jerry Sheldon Jiban Ganguly John Merton Kamala Jharia Kenne Duncan Kernan Cripps KN Singh Lynton Brent Max Waizmann Menaka Devi Merrill McCormick Nabadwip Haldar Prafulla Mukherjee Ranjit Roy Ratin Banerjee Raymond Hatton Robert Frazer Satya Mukherjee Silver Tex Palmer Tim McCoy Tulsi Lahiri Warren Jackson Wilbur Mack|
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