WriterKhwaja Ahmad Abbas, Gyan Mukherjee, Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, J.S. Kashyap, Shaheed Latif Release date1941 (1941) Music directorSaraswati Devi, Ramchandra Pal ScreenplayKhwaja Ahmad Abbas, Gyan Mukherjee, Shaheed Latif, J.S. Casshyap CastRenuka Devi, Ashok Kumar, Mubarak Similar moviesKhwaja Ahmad Abbas wrote the screenplay for Naya Sansar and directed Pardesi
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Naya Sansar ("New World") is a 1940 Hindi film on radical journalism, directed by reporter turned director, N. R. Acharya (1909–1993), and written by a journalist himself, Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, who started his film career with this film. It won him the Bengal Film Journalists' Association Award for the best story and screenplay.
It features dialogues by Shaheed Latif and J.S. Kashyap; and stars Renuka Devi (1918–1989) and Ashok Kumar in the lead roles.
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The film was written by Abbas, who was a film critic at that time. He used his journalistic background to create a story about the rising radicalism in Indian society and journalism. The story addressed the conflict between a dynamic young reporter and his cautious, yet idealistic, editor of the fictional progressive newspaper, ‘Sansar’. The story line revolved around the editor, Premchand (Mubarak), who is in love with a beautiful orphan named Asha (Renuka Devi), whom his family has raised from an infant. Soon after Asha starts working for the paper, she falls in love with Sansar's star reporter and dedicated radical-journalist, Puran (Ashok Kumar). Asha, however, still feels indebted to Premchand's family.
When Premchand starts to hedge on his radicalism by dealing with the evil Dhaniram, Puran quits, and starts his own newspaper, "Naya Sansar". Premchand quickly sees the error of his ways, and not only returns to the paper's previous left-wing stance, but also condones the marriage of Asha and Puran.