Madhubala was an Indian film actress. Known for her stunning beauty and personality, she earned the title of ‘Beauty With Tragedy’ and also ‘Marilyn Monroe of Bollywood’. The actress made her debut at the age of 9 with ‘Basant’ (1942). Her career as a heroine began in 1947 when she starred in the super hit film ‘Neel Kamal’ (1947). This was followed by her roles in 'Mahal' (1949), 'Daulat' (1949), 'Nirala' (1950), 'Beqasoor' (1950), 'Tarana' (1951), 'Saiyan' (1951), 'Aaram' (1951), 'Sangdil' (1952), 'Armaan' (1953), 'Bahut Din Huwe' (1954), 'Amar' (1954) and 'Yahudi Ki Ladki' (1957).
In less than 20-years career, Madhubala gave Hindi cinema some of its highest-grossing films including 'Phagun', 'Kala Pani' (1958), 'Howrah Bridge' (1958), 'Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi' (1958) and 'Baghi Sipahi' (1958), 'Barsaat Ki Raat' (1960), and 'Mughal-e-Azam' (1960). 'Mughal-e-Azam established her as an iconic actress of Bollywood.
She also had a long list of flop movies. Some of Madhubala’s worst films include 'Khoobsoorat Duniya' (1947), 'Parai Aag' (1948), 'Desh Sewa' (1948), 'Sipahiya' (1949), 'Nazneen' (1951), 'Saqi' (1952), 'Ek Saal' (1957) and 'Insan Jaag Utha' (1959).
A young doctor, Motilal, is stranded in a village after his plane crashes. He meets Tarana, a village girl, and falls in love with her.
Amar is an honest and just lawyer who is soon to get married to a woman named Anju. However, due to circumstances, he ends up raping Soniya, a poor villager. When the villagers find out that Soniya is pregnant, she refuses to name the father, and the villagers decide to get her lynched.