• Assamese |B&W | 143 Mins.
  • Director : Brajen Barua
  • Producer : M/s Rangghar Cine Productions
  • Screenplay : Brajen Barua
  • Music : Ramen Barua
  • Cinematographer : Sujit Singha
  • Cast : Brajen Barua, Nipon Goswami, Meghali Devi

Synopsis : The story of the film revolves around protagonist Shivam, the adopted son of industrialist Yashwant Malhotra. When Malhotra’s friend, Dr Satyakam Choudhary, comes to know that Shivam is not the biological son of Malhotra, he starts blackmailing his friend for money and property. Choudhury even traces the whereabouts of Shivam’s biological family. Things get murkier and the story goes on.

Director’s Bio : Nipon Goswami was an Indian actor and theater artist associated with Assamese-language films.He was one of the veteran actors of Assamese Film Industry. He started his acting career as a stage actor and later established himself as a film actor.Goswami debuted in the Assamese film industry as a child artist in the movie Piyali Phukan, directed by Phani Sarma in 1957. As a lead actor, Sangram was his first Assamese film and a hit movie. His next movie Dr. Bezbaruah released in 1969 brought him recognition as a star to act in many movies in the coming years. He also acted in a few Hindi movies as a character actor. Goswami was actively involved in mobile theaters, notably, Abaahan, Kohinoor, Hengul, and Shakuntala. He also appeared in few television serials like 'Writu aahe writu jaai'.