Teesri Kasam

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Teesri Kasam (Hindi: तीसरी क़सम; translation: third oath; Urdu: تیسری قسم) is a 1966 film based on a short story, 'Mare Gaye Gulfam' by Phanishwarnath Renu - a Hindi novelist. The film stars Raj Kapoor and Waheeda Rehman.

Directed by Basu Bhattacharya, Teesri Kasam is an unconventional film that portrays the society of the rural India and simplicity of villagers. The whole film is shot in Araria, Bihar.

Cinematography is by Subrata Mitra, dialogues by Phanishwarnath Renu, screenplay by Nabendu Ghosh.


The story is about Hiraman, a rustic villager from a remote village in Araria (Bihar), who drives a bullock cart to earn his livelihood. The story begins with Hiraman taking two consecutive vows based on the difficult situations he had to undergo, before he meets a nautanki dancer, Hirabai. The story soon transforms into the story of the friendship between a bullock cart driver and an urban nautanki dancer. The movie, finally, ends with Hiraman taking the third vow.

Hiraman (Raj Kapoor) is a bullock cart driver with conservative traditional values. While smuggling illegal goods on his bullock cart and close escape from police, Hiraman takes vow (first Kasam) to never carry illegal goods again in his cart. While transporting bamboo for timber trader on his bullock cart, he is beaten by two men when their horse upsets by bamboos of Hiraman’s cart. After that incident, Hiraman takes another vow (second Kasam) to never carry bamboo again in his...
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