New Theatres classic celebration of Mithilas King Shiva Singhas (Bannerjee/Kapoor) love for his wife while chronicling the influence of the pacifist court poet Bidyapati (Sanyal). Invited to the royal court by the king, Bidyapati arrives with his faithful follower Anurudha (Kanan Devi). Queen Laxmi (Chhaya Devi) falls in love with the poet, much to the distress of the king. The king flls ill and starts neglecting his royal duties until Anuradha persuades him that true love does not ned reciprocation. The queen, equally distressed by her divided loyalities, contemplates suicide, encouraged by the prime minister who is worried by the nefarious impact of Bidyapatis poetry on the king. Both the king and queen sacrifice their lives before the statue of the god Vishnu who appears to weep at the tragedy Kanan Devid unusually intense performance dominates the film, aided by a fast-moving script that broke with the convention of the static, frontal camera style of Indian film-devotionals. The sustained use of filmic close-ups allows Bidyapatis poetry to take on an autonomous motivational function in the plot, almost as though his art, rather than he himself, is the storys true protagonist. Check out this page for more updates on Vidyapati.
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