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Do Bigha Zamin is the story of a farmer Shambu Mahato (Balraj Sahni), who lives with his wife Paro (Nirupa Roy) and son Kanhaiya (Rattan Kumar) in a small village that has been badly affected by famine. The local zamindar Thakur Harnam Singh (Murad) partners with some city business men to construct a mill on his large parcel of land, which in return would profit them and bring prosperity to the village. The only problem is that Shambu's land lies in the middle of the proposed area. Shambu refuses to part away with his land. Thakur Harnam Singh reminds him that either Shambu repays the money he owed him in the past or part away with his land. As per the court orders Shambu must arrange Rs 235 within 3 months or Harnam Singh becomes the owner of his land. What will Shambu do now in order to save his land? Watch this brilliant movie to know more. Do Bigha Zamin won the best film award at the first Filmfare Awards Ceremony held in (1954). Bimal Roy won the best film award at the Filmfare Awards 1954. At the first National Award Ceremony in 1954 Do Bigha Zamin won the All India Certificate of Merit for Best Feature Film. At the 7th Cannes Film Festival (1954) Do Bigha Zamin won the Prix International Prize.

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