Tan Ki Chandi Man Ka Sona

Through a couple of poems penned by Sardar Jafri and recited by the matinee idol, Dilip Kumar, this quickie foregrounds faith in human labour that can sell silver of the body and gold of the mind.

Road to Freedom

A film drawing the history of India's freedom movement, right from 1857. People of India had to march on an arduous path which finally led to complete freedom in 1947. Winding through innumerable vicissitudes, it climaxed into the non-violent movement led by Mahatma Gandhi. It was on the midnight of August 14, 1947 India began her 'tryst with destiny'.

Pak Perfidy Exposed

On 5th August 1965 Pakistan raiders crossed the ceasefire line in Kashmir where two of such men captured turned out to be captains of the Pakistan army raising doubts of their peaceful intentions with India. The film becomes testimony to this incident while the President of India Dr. S. Radhakrishnan delivers the message for Kashmir to be a symbol of secular democracy.

Our Tree

India symbolising the great tree. The film propagating a message of national integration.

New Wave Farmres

This is a film about a class of new entrants in the field of agriculture namely the urban gentry. Getting away from the din and bustle of the city, they have taken to farming with zeal and zest and thus brought about a synthesis between the urban and the rural.


Faith and religion determines most of the actions of an average Indian. This is exemplified film against the background of Kumbha Mela held once in six year and once every twelve years at the confluence of the rivers Ganga, yamuna and invisible Saraswati.

Koi Bhi Ho

The film deals with a message of family planning that a daughter is as good as son. A family in India is considered to be incomplete without a ‘Male’ child. Through the example of Actress Mala Sinha, the film attempts to break this notion of society and emphasizes on capabilities of a girl child who grows up to take equal responsibilities as men.

A Village Called Dhani

The film depicting a true story of a Harijan village called Dhani near Farrukh Nagar in Haryana. The Dhani inhabitants through their determination and hard work turned the most barren land around into a green, productive expanse. Helped by the officers of the Small Farmers Development Agency, the Dhani folks learnt the new and economical techniques of agriculture. They could infuse their lives with new optimism.

We Have Promises To Keep

On 26th of June, 1975 the state of emergency was declared by the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. This film collects reactions of cross-section of people about changes brought about by the Emergency for their benefit. The film also includes an interview with the Prime Minister.


The film shows how distribution of water has been regularised in northern part of the country. Such regularisation has helped farmers in getting adequate quantity of water at right time; which in turn has stopped quarrels for water occurring frequently before.