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Bansiwaare Shyaam pyaare

Posted on: December 20, 2016


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

DHANNA BHAGAT (1945) was produced under the banner of Ranjit Movietone and was it was directed by Kidar Sharma. The star cast included Kamla Chatterjee, Kamal Zamindar, Baby Mumtaz (Madhubala), N Kabir, Chandabai, Pesi Patel, Rajendra Singh, Shanta Kumari, Pandit Iqbal, Nazira, Anwari, Yeshwant Dave etc.

The film was based on the story of Bhagat Dhanna Jat, the 15th century mystique poet and the devotee of Thakurji (Lord Krishna). Born into a Jat family in Tonk district of present day Rajasthan, there are many mythological stories associated with him. It appears from a short review published in ‘Filmindia’ magazine that the story of the filmmainly revolved around his childhood companion (Minnu in the film), the role played by Baby Mumtaz as a child and Kamla Chatterjee as a grown up Minnu. The role of Dhanna Bhagat was played by a newcomer, Kamal Zamindar.

In the childhood, Dhanna and Munni play together without knowing their spiritual destiny. Both are struck by spiritual life and become devotees of God. Both go their own way to attain the objectives and meet only after a gap of years as grown up. They have been jointly working towards attaining spirituality. The society misunderstands their relationship. Despite Dhanna declaring that he treats Munni as his sister, a local landlord is jealous of Dhanna’s association with Munni. In order to possess Munni, the landlord falsely implicates Dhanna and creates obstacles. However, in the end, it is the triumph of the truth that prevails.

Those days, films of mythological/devotional genre were regarded as sure shot box office hits. But the film failed miserably at the box office. With a series of his earlier box office failures of the films such as ‘Gauri’ (1943), ‘Vish Kanya’ (1943) ‘Kaliyaan’ (1944), ‘Mumtaz Mahal’ (1945), Kidar Sharma’s luck was not in his favour. But this was not the end of his bad luck.

‘Dhanna Bhagat’ (1945) was released on December 1, 1945. On January 10, 1946, Kidar Sharma had fixed the muhrat of ‘ Bechaara Bhagwan’, his first film as a producer and director with Jairaj, Kamla Chatterjee and Mumtaz (Madhubala) in the main roles. As soon as the Muhurat was over, Kidar Sharma got the news that Kamla Chatterjee, whom he had married only a few months back had suddenly expired due to heart failure. The film was shelved and he was in a long mourning period. After a few months, he decided to revive the film with Raj Kapoor and Mumtaz (Madhubala) in the lead role with Begum Para playing a pivotal role. The film was renamed as ‘Neel Kamal’ (1947) in the memory of Kamla Chatterjee.

‘Dhanna Bhagat’ (1945) had 9 songs written by Pandit Indra (6), Khawar Zaman(2) and Wali Sahab (1). Songs were set to music by Khemchand Prakash. One song from the film has been discussed in the Blog. I am presenting the second song ‘bansiwaare, shyaam pyaare’ from the film to appear on the Blog. The song is sung by Khan Mastana. This is a Krishna song written by Pandit Indra.

The bhajan beautifully rendered by Khan Mastana is unfortunately marred by the poor sound quality of the mp3 clip from which I have made the video clip. This mp3 clip of the song has probably been made from the defective audio cassette or from the uncleaned read-head of the audio cassette recorder.

I waited for some more time to scout for a better mp3 clip on the internet or audio clip on YT. However, I liked the bhajan so much that I could wait no longer and decided to share the song on the Blog.


Song-Bansiwaare Shyaam pyaare (Dhanna Bhagat)(1945) Singer-Khan Mastana, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Khemchand Prakash

Lyrics

bansiwaar…..e
shyaam pyaar….e
ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare
Krishna kaare
jag ujiyaare
Krishna kaare
jag ujiyaare
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare
shyaam pyaare
shyaam pyaare

oonch neech kaa bhed tarpan ki
oonch neech kaa bhed tarpan ki
aaya jo bhi dwaare ae
aaya jo bhi dwaare
jo pehnaa de ?? ganikaa ??
jo pehnaa de ?? ganikaa ??
dusht ?? saare
dusht ?? saare
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare
shyaam pyaare
shyaam pyaare

jisne apni naao chhod di
jisne apni naao chhod di
tere naam sahaare ae ae
tere naam sahaare
nanda naai sajan sakhaai
nanda naai sajan sakhaai
paar ho gaye saare ae ae
paar ho gaye saare
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare
shyaam pyaare
shyaam pyaare

bheelni ke jhhoothhe beron par
bheelni ke jhhoothhe beron par
reejhe Raam hamaare
reejhe Raam hamaare
chamaar ke taanke?? ?? ?? jaa ke
chamaar ke taanke?? jaa kar
charanaagat le ??aare ae ae
sharanagat le ??aare
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare
bansiwaare
shyaam pyaare ae

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