(Thanks to Daniel Groll for the pointer.)
UPDATE: Longtime reader Ruchira Paul (who grew up in India) writes with some interesting context and further information:
Thanks for the awesome link to the Hindi film with an appearance by Bertrand Russell. The movie was quite a hit at the time.
The leading man of the film was very popular and most of his movies did well at the box office. He was a mediocre but serious actor and was usually cast in soft romantic or socially conscious roles of heroic soldier / doctor / farmer. Also, at the time India was not the unabashedly capitalist nation as it is today. The government was corrupt but still vaguely socialistic with a non-aligned pacifist position in world politics. In 1965 India fought a serious war with Pakistan that shook up the nation. There was also widespread opposition to the escalating US involvement in Vietnam. In 1967 the public mood was very patriotic and "peace" was a valued commodity. The film's title Aman means "peace." The young idealistic doctor played by the lead actor wants to go to Japan to take care of people who are suffering from radiation related illnesses some 20+ years after the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and for that he seeks the blessings of Russell, the venerated advocate of peace.
The theme was a perfect mix of the Indian zeitgeist of the late 1960s, an impressive cast and beautiful Indian actresses cavorting in scenic Japan, some of them cast in the role of Japanese women! The Indian public must have loved it.
Here is a link to the movie's site. Note that Bertrand Russell figures in the film's main cast of actors.