Raqueeb Alam is an astonishing singer and also a good lyricist. He has been a part of the Oscar-winning movie Slumdog Millionaire. He has written many songs for cinemas like Gangster, Pianist, and also some south Indian pictures including Sivaji, Jai Surya. He was born in Madhupur, Bihar. Since childhood, Raqueeb had no interest in studies. He used to participate in singing competitions; which in turn attracted him towards playback singing. Worried for his studies, his father sent him off to Chennai to pursue engineering. Raquel's family were having financial problems at that time, so he started supporting his family by singing in a local orchestra. He also sang in bars and in hotels at night to earn money. In the year 1999, he dubbed for a Telugu movie DEVI.

He had a modest career at that time and sang Hindi songs for small producers. He got a big break when he met AR Rehman in a meeting through PK Mishra who is a lyricist and wrote songs for AR Rehman. This meeting fetched him his first song Monalisa (1996) which he sang with Sonu Nigam. Raqueeb worked for AR Rehman, but still, he was struggling for his next film. In the year 2005, he got his 1st break when he wrote the song Shyam Rang Bhar Do for Deepa Mehta’s movie Water. Then in the year 2007, he sang as well as wrote the lyrics for the movie Sivaji. In the same year, he wrote another song for the movie Jalsa which is Chalore Chalore Chal.

By this time, Raqueeb started preferring writing songs over singing them. In the year 2008, Raqueeb gave the industry the song Ringa Ringa for the movie Slumdog Millionaire which is an Oscar award-winning movie. Meanwhile, then he is keen to the film and has given the industry many songs including Jag Hai Yeh Dabang Ka, Jadoo Rawan Rawan, Veeron Ki Bheed Mein, Taare Saare Chup Gaye, Aag Hoon Main, for the movie Kabali. He has worked as the chief lyricist for the cinemas 1921, Beilman love, Blue, Dongri ka Raja, Ada a way of life. And also has been the playback singer for the songs Zindagi hai dua for the picture Dil Ne Jise Apna Kaha, Shora So Panchaniye for the film The Legend of Bhagat Singh, the Blue theme for the movie Blue. Raquel was the music director for the picture Beiimaan love.

Shreyas Jain Hindi Actress

Shreyas Jain

At the nucleus of a movie lies its tale, which makes a writer tremendously essential to the cinematography process? Today, when there is nobody superior to the script, it is authors like Shreyas Jain who are carrying about a new upsurge of stories and thus an inspiring change in the business. Shreyas’ newest film Bareilly Ki Barfi, co-authored with Nitesh Tiwari and led by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, is set in the little municipality of Bareilly in North India. The movie that publicity has already caused conspiracy with its thought-provoking characters and a substantial dose of comicality, among other things. To know more about the creation of this comedic flick, when asked about the movie the writer talks about his associate with small-town rumors, empathy to comedy, bases of creativeness and connection with Nitesh Tiwari. Dangal was a passionately demanding involvement. It was enormous with so many eccentrics and such varied sentiments. Just before Dangal, they occupied themselves on Bhoothnath Returns, for which he did the added script and conversations with the other associates of the team. Even that was expressively draining to a great extent because Bhoothnath Returns was also about the present society and dishonesty. So, it was good fun lettering Bareilly Ki Barfi. In fact, he sought to write something like this after Dangal because it is our way of invigorating. They are used to lettering the script in a specific way going into every feature of the script, personality and the kind of battle that will be there. Inappropriately, he couldn’t be on the locations, but yes, the whole thing executed in the script. That is what transpired with Dangal as well; there was a pair of standups in a few places, but they were slight. According to the scriptwriter inscribing the script for Dangal in a particular way was very important. So, they went into every feature of the screenplay, character and the kind of drama that will be present in the flick.Tactlessly, he was not able to stay at the shooting sites to see the making of the movie, but yes, everything already arranged in the screenplay for Dangal. That is precisely what happened with Dangal as well; there were a couple of innovations in a few shots, but they were nothing too big. With this movie also, he went to each micro detail with the screenplay everything from the actor having tea or coffee to the big strong scenes.