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Saturday, 13 October 2018

Kashi Nath Pandey's poem drama "Muhabbat ke nisbat me kuchh" presented by Kala Kaksh on 12.10.2018 in Patna

The antithesis of true love 
"Aage rasta akele akele ka hai / Paa- ba- dasta- ba dil khud ke jhele ka hai"

The love of Radha and Krishna is worshiped everywhere but who sees the sacrifice of Ayan who was the husband of Radha? He let his wife love Lord Krishna. Similarly Mira is adored among all Hindu disciples and nobody thinks of Rana the husband of Mira who could have easily killed Mira but never killed. Even the story of poison offered by him was just to take all defamation against himself as per the great poet Kashi Nath Pandey in whose memory a two days cultural program was organised and four distinguished persons namely Mrityunjay Singh Karunesh (literature), Father Robert Ethical (Social work), Pt. Hira Lal Mishra (Art) and Dr. Laxmikant Sajal (Joournalism) were honoured.

The play was presented in the style of 'nautaki' and an in-depth discussion on the nature of love was held in a form of poetic presentation. So this poem drama delineated several things as to what is true love. Is the true love only that what was expressed as the spiritual relationship of Radha and Krishna or also that which comes up as a grand sacrifice of Anay, the husband of Radha to the level of being immersed happily in the oblivion  forever. Similarly Rana never objected too much to Mira in her prayers and soulful realtionship to Krishna who was not present before her in human form. As far as the love of Qais and Laili better known as Laila-Majnu is concerned, an incisive introspection is made whether it was only the true love? Here Khanam, a prostitute appears and proclaims  proudly that yes she offers her body to others for money but is it not true that she saves many men from becoming a Majnu who did nothing in life neither physical love nor work. Even Laila got nothing than ignominy and adversity. Both of them inspired many young boys and girls for generations to ruin their lives the same way. Was this a true love that ruined everyone who did it? 

The play was full of verses that were highly though-provoking. You see the other side of the stereotype stories of love and find that all of the love has to make way for your eternal solitude some day and so the rhyme is frequently repeated " Aage rasta akele akele ka hai / Pa-ba-dasta-ba dil khud ke jhele ka hai" (Some steps forward you would have to move solitarily  without support of someone. You would have to bear all the pains of your feet, hands and heart alone."

The solemnity of verses of the great poet Kashi Nath Pandey was fully honoured by the director of poem drama Pallavi Vishwas. Avinay as Quais, Srishti as Laili, Anjali Ravi as Mira and Amrit Sagar as Rana did justice with their respective characters. Ritesh Mishra (Sutradhar) , Ravichandra Paswan (Miya Noor)  cast superb impression on the viewers. Pallavi Bishwas (Khanam)  and Arun Shadwal (Labar)  were amazing as Khanam by her perfectly rhythmic movements.  Ayushman, Anita, Vishal, Roshan, Uday, Sonal, Swastika and Kashika were in role of Samajis. Dialogues were coming from background but the actors were synchornising well along with their impressive body language to make the show a grand success. 

Pallavi Vishwas and her team should be esteemed and lauded for presenting this highly meaningful piece of poem drama maintaining the sanctity of the poems and following basic tenets of drama in terms of body language, facial expression, use of stage floor etc. 

 The show will remain in memory of the viewers for long.
Review by - Hemant Das 'Him'
Photograps by - Binay Kumar
Some specific photos courtesy- Pallavi Biswas
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