Balak is a 1969 Bengali-language Drama motion picture directed by Hiranmoy Sen and produced by Hiranmoy Sen. Ever since his birth, Deepak has been led to believe that he has brought nothing but bad luck to everyone around him. His dad passes away on the day of his birth, shortly thereafter his mom passes away in shock. When his sister, Rekha, and he are looked after by their maternal uncle, Dayal Das, their house collapses, but they find some hidden jewelry and are able to better their lives, but both siblings are ill-treated by Dayal's wife, Tara. When the time comes for Rekha to get married to Rajesh, who is Tara's nephew, and the son of miserly Anokhilal, she is asked never to speak nor visit Deepak ever again, to which she reluctantly agrees. Dayal's son, Anantram, who has fallen in bad company and in the clutches of a prostitute, Shyama alias Chandni, squanders away the wealth as well as mortgages their house, leaving an ailing Dayal, Tara, and Deepak destitute. The question remains: Is Deepak really a harbinger for bad luck for everyone around him; will he ever get a better life and be re-united with his sister? Written by rAjOo (firstname.lastname@example.org). Balak features Debashree Roy, Chhaya Devi, Gita Dey, Nripati Chattopadhyay, Jaymala Adarsh, Manmohan Krishna and Jayshree T. The screenplay is written by Hiranmoy Sen. The music was composed by Ahin Ghosh. Editing was done by Shibsadhan Bhattacharya. It was released on 1st January 1969. Distribution rights for the motion picture were acquired by Tirtha Bharati.
A film directed by BK Adarsh
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