Sanyasi (1945 film)

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Sanyasi
Sanyasi (1945).jpg
Film poster
Directed byA. R. Kardar
Produced byA. R. Kardar
Written byAzm Bazidpuri
StarringShamim
Ghulam Mohammed
Amar
Naseem Jr.
Music byNaushad
CinematographyDwarkadas Diwecha
Edited byM. Moosa
Production
company
Kardar Productions
Release date
1945
CountryBritish India
LanguageHindi

Sanyasi (The Godman) is a 1945 Hindi/Urdu social film directed by A. R. Kardar.[1] Produced under the banner of Kardar Productions, its music director was Naushad with lyrics by Pandit Buddhi Chandra Aggarwal (Pandit Madhur).[2] The actor Ghulam Mohammed, who had acted in Sohrab Modi's Ek Din Ka Sultan the same year, played the title role of Sanyasi.[3]

Actor Mehmood played a small role in the film.[2] The other co-stars were Shamim, Amar, Naseem Jr., Shakir and Shyam Kumar.[4]

Cast[edit]

  • Shamim as Radha
  • Gulam Mohammed as Sanyasi
  • Amar as Mohan
  • Naseem Jr. as Kiran
  • Hasandin as Tulsi
  • Shyam Kumar as Chetan
  • Shakir as Ramdas
  • Mehmood as Banke
  • Amir as Chobe

Crew[edit]

  • Producer: A. R. Kardar
  • Director: A. R. Kardar
  • Story and Dialogues: Azm Bazidpuri
  • Studio: Kardar Productions
  • Cinematographer: Dwaka Diwecha
  • Editing: M. Moosa
  • Art Director Ganga Naik

Soundtrack[edit]

The music composer was Naushad and the lyricist was Pandit Madhur. The songs were recorded on the R.C.A. sound label. The songs were sung by Zohrabai Ambalewali, Amar, Shyam Kumar and Naseem Akhtar.[5]

Song List[edit]

# Title Singer
1 "Ek Baat Kahun" Naseem Akhtar
2 "Nainon Mein Krishna Murari Hain" Zohrabai Ambalewali
3 "Laakhon Sitam Jhelenge Hum" Zohrabai Ambalewali
4 "O Jaane Wale Matwale" Zohrabai Ambalewali
5 "Peepal Ki Chaon Tale Main Bhi Miloon" Zohrabai Ambalewali, Amar
6 "Duniya Chadhaye Phool" Zohrabai Ambalewali, Amar
7 "Neha Laga Ke Jo" Zohrabai Ambalewali, Amar
8 "Suno Ji Pyari Koyaliya Bole" Zohrabai Ambalewali, Amar
9 "Tooti Hui Kishti Ka Bane Kaun Sahara" Amar
10 "Saanjh Bhayi Ghar Aaya" Shyam Sunder

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sanyasi (1945)". gomolo.com. Gomolo. Retrieved 31 March 2015.
  2. ^ a b Hanif Zaveri (1 January 2005). Mehmood, a Man of Many Moods. Popular Prakashan. pp. 171–. ISBN 978-81-7991-213-3. Retrieved 30 March 2015.
  3. ^ Ashok Raj (1 November 2009). Hero Vol.1. Hay House, Inc. pp. 48–. ISBN 978-93-81398-02-9. Retrieved 31 March 2015.
  4. ^ "Sanyasi (1945)". citwf.com. Alan Goble. Retrieved 31 March 2015.
  5. ^ "Sanyasi (1945)". myswar.com. MySwar. Retrieved 31 March 2015.

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