Do Poond Pani

Do Poond Pani

Do Boond Pani (meaning: Two Drops of Water) is a 1971 Hindi social drama film produced and directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. Made under the "Naya Sansar" banner; the story, screenplay and dialogues were by Abbas, with additional dialogues by Inder Raj Anand. The music was composed by Jaidev. The cast included Simi Garewal, Jalal Agha and Madhu Chanda and was the debut film of actor Kiran Kumar. The film won the award for Best Feature film on National integration.


Ganga Singh, newly married to Gauri, brings his wife to his village, in Rajasthan where he lives with his father Hari Singh, and sister Sonki. They live hand to mouth in the poor village which is suffering from drought and villagers have to travel a long distance to get water. Ganga Singh hears of a dam being constructed and leaves his wife to join in the building of it. His family goes through misfortunes, with his father dying and his sister being raped by the dacoit Mangal Singh. Ganga himself dies preventing a disaster at the dam. The dam is eventually built bringing greenery to an arid region. His wife bears a son and lives on in the village.

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    director Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
    genre drama social
    keywords build married newly married suffer
    musicBy Jaidev
    producer Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
    productionCompany Naya Sansar