Sayed Quadri is an Indian poet who has worked as Bollywood lyricist too. He was born in Jaipur, Rajasthan, and spent his entire childhood there. He completed his schooling from Govt. Boys School. He has a keen interest in writing since his childhood. He used to read a lot of books and poetry. He always used to attend cultural function held at his locality such as poetry, dance, and singing competitions. He has taken part in them too. He also love watching puppet show held at local fares. When he grew up he started taking part in these functions and used to narrate his hand-written poetries there. He was appreciated for his talent and got various offers from local magazines to write for them. He has won various competitions too. After completing his school, he decided to do his post graduation.

While he was in his college, he continued writing poetries. He used to take part in poetry writing contests and has won several of them too. He then started writing songs which was played during his college fests. After completing his college he decided to work as a poetry writer. His poetries were published in daily magazines and got a lot of appreciations. He started his career by writing jingles for advertisements. He later wrote a poetic piece which was appreciated and he got his first job as a lyricist. In 2013, he wrote lyrics for a song in the movie Jism, directed by Amit Saxena, starring Bipasha Basu and John Abraham. Later in 2004, he wrote lyrics for the song in the movie Saaya, directed by Anurag Basu, starring John Abraham, Tara Sharma, Mahima Chaudhary.

In 2006, he wrote “Mujhe Mat Ruko,” “Tu Hi meri Shab Hai,” for the movie Gangster, directed by Anurag Basu, starring Emran Hashmi, Kangana ranaut, and Shiney Ahuja. Later, he worked for many other well-known directors and continued climbing the ladder of success. He has also worked in music department in various movies. In 2007 he wrote lyrics for many songs such as Haaye Dil, Aksar 2, I Love New Year, Murder 3, Dhokha, Billu, Awarapan, Life in a Metro, Jannat: In Search of Heaven, and much more. He won the best lyricist award at 6th IIFA awards for the movie Murder, directed by Anurag Basu, starring Emran Hashmi, Malika Sherawat, and Asmit Patel. Later, he was nominated at Stardust Award at 2005 for the movie Murder.

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Rajendra Krishan

Rajendra Krishan (also spelled as Rajinder Krishan) was an Indian lyricist, poet and screenwriter. He was born on 6th of June in the year 1919 in Jalalpur Jattan,in Gujrat district then part of British India (now a part of Pakistan). He died at the age of 68 on 23rd of September in the year 1987. He is known for his poems and lyrics for multiple Indian cinema songs and scripts for various flicks. He started developing a knack for poetry at an early age of 12. In his early life, he took up a job of a clerk in a municipal office in the town of Shimla. He worked there till 1942. During this phase, he did a vigorous reading of books written by both Indian and Western authors. He continued to write poetry. He has always expressed his gratitude to Urdu poets, Ahsan Danish and Firaq Gorakhpuri along with Hindi poets, Nirala and Pant. These four were his inspiration and helped him follow his passions. In those days, local newspapers in North Delhi held poetry competitions on the day of Krishna Janamashtmi in which he participated every year. In the 1940s, Krishan moved to Mumbai to become a screenwriter. In 1947, he wrote his first screenplay – Janta. He also gave the lyrics to the songs of the movie Zanjeer, in the same year. His first noteworthy work was his words as the script as well as the lyrics for ‘Aaj Ki Raat’ in 1948 which casts stars like Motilal and Suraiya. Following the assassination of ‘The Father of India' – Mahatma Gandhi, Krishan wrote a song called “Suno Suno Aye Duniyawalon.” The song became a great hit and was composed by Husnlal Bhagatram and sung by Mohammed Rafi. His films Lahore and Badi Behen, both of which were released in the year 1948 were great hits and brought more success to Krishan. Rajendra was fluent in Tamil and hence, wrote about 18 scripts for the famous AVM Studio films. Krishan is well-known for his collaborations with the composers C. Ramachandra, Shankar-Jaikishan, Hemant Kumar, Sachin Dev Burman, Madan Mohan, Sajjad Hussain, Rahul Dev Burman, Salil Chaudhary, S Mohinder and Laxmikant-Pyarelal. These are just some of other great musicians that Krishan worked with. He passed away on his 69th birthday in his house in Mumbai. It is said that following his death, HMV bought out an LP containing 12 songs by Krishan.

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Anjaan

Anjaan was born on 28th October 1930 in Banaras, Uttar Pradesh, India. He is an Indian lyricist. He was the only son of their parents. Anjaan completed his primary and secondary education in his home town. He stepped on the doors of the film industry in the year 1953 and started with the movie Prisoner of Golconda. He wrote “Shaheedoon Amar Hai Tumhari Kahani,” and “Leher ye dole Koyal bole.” After writing for these, he became quite famous and also started working in many other small films, which neither had a good budget nor a good theme. Later, Anjaan became a known face by his work in "Mat Poonch Mera Hai Mera Kaun Watan" for the film Lambe Haath. This was movie was like getting a gold chain from the garbage or like the family who is against for Dowry. This movie was also included with several small films, for which Anjaan use to work. But fortunately one of its movie was great, and Anjaan came under the limelight. His work was again commendable in the movie Godaan. Anjaan also made his work done in various films meanwhile like "Aap Ke Haseen Rukh," “Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi,” and “Bandhan.” These came simultaneously which the film "Bina Badraa Ke Bijuriya Kaise Barse." He then made his piece in “Kab? Kyon? Aur Kahan.” He also wrote with the collaboration of other musicians in Umang, Rivaaj and Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari. Anjaan also made his debut in Bandana for "Aap Ki Inaayat Aap Ke Karam.” Later in Hungama for the movie “Wah Re Kismat.” Later he made a sensational piece in “Suraj Se Jo Kiran Ka Naata” for Zeenat Aman and other films as well. In the year 1976, he created miracles with the soulful song in Do Anjaane for "Luk Chhip Luk Chhip Jao Na." he has been worked with various music composers such as Ravi Shankar, Rajesh Roshan, Shivam Sagar, Bappi Lahri, R.D Burman, Kalyanji-Anandji, O.P Nayyar, and many other big composers. He even collaborated with different directors of the film industry like Guru Dutt, G.P Sippy, and many others as well. Anjaan became very successful and simultaneously an all-rounder as well; as he dedicated his twenty years to the Hindi film industry, but his Bhojpuri ascent will never leave him and his lyrics as well. Anjaan got married and had three children, which includes Sameer, a lyricist like his father. This soul left us on 13th September 1997.

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