From Wikipedia: "Dharmputra is a 1961 Hindi film directed by Yash Chopra. This is Yash's second directorial venture based on a novel by the same name by Acharya Chatursen . It was first Hindi film to depict the partition of India and Hindu fundamentalism. Produced by his elder brother B.R. Chopra who was himself uprooted from Lahore during the partition of India and established B.R. Films in Mumbai in 1956. The film dealt with issues of issue of religious bigotry, fanaticism and communalism amidst the backdrop of the partition."