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Rajendra Krishan

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Rajendra Krishan Duggal (6 June 1919 – 23 September 1987) also credited as Rajinder Krishan, was an Indian poet, lyricist and screenwriter. Rajendra Krishan was born in a Duggal family at Jalalpur Jattan on 6 June 1919, in Gujrat District (in present-day Pakistan). Even when he was studying in the eighth class he was attracted towards poetry. In his early work life he had a clerk job in the municipal office in Simla, where he toiled up to 1942. During that period, he read eastern and western authors extensively and wrote poetry. He expresses his indebtedness to the Urdu poetry of Firaq Gorakhpuri and Ahsan Danish, as well as to the Hindi poems of Pant and Nirala.In those days the newspapers in the Delhi-Punjab brought out special supplements and held poetry contests to mark Krishna Janmashtami, in which he participated regularly. In the mid-1940s, Krishan shifted to Bombay (now Mumbai) to become a screenwriter in the Hindi film industry. His first screenplay was Janta (1947). His first film as a lyricist was Zanjeer (1947). He was first noted for the script and lyrics of the Motilal-Suraiya starrer Aaj Ki Rat (1948). After the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi, Krishan wrote a song Suno Suno Aye Duniyawalon, Bapu Ki Yeh Amar Kahani. The song was sung by Mohammed Rafi and composed by Husnlal Bhagatram, and was a great hit. He also tasted success as a lyricist with the films Badi Bahen (1949) and Lahore (1949). Rajendra Krishna is known for his association with the composer C. Ramchandra. He worked with several other music directors including Shankar-Jaikishan, Ravi, Rajesh Roshan, Madan Mohan, Hemant Kumar, Sajjad Hussain, Sachin Dev Burman, Rahul Dev Burman, S. Mohinder, Chitragupta, Salil Chowdhury, and Laxmikant-Pyarelal. He died on 23 September 1987 in Mumbai. After his death, HMV brought out an LP containing 12 of his songs. Trivia : Rajendra Krishan was considered the richest writer in Hindi cinema. The reason was that he had won a jackpot worth 4,600,000 rupees in horse racing. The sum was considered a huge amount during the late seventies.[citation needed] Awards : Filmfare Award for best lyricist for the movie Khandan (1965) for the song "Tumhi mere mandir, tumhi meri pooja". Films : Aag Ka Darya (1990) (lyrics) Allah Rakha (1986) (lyrics) Khel Mohabbat Ka (1986) (dialogue & story) Dharm Adhikari (1986) (dialogue) Silsila (1981) (lyrics) Ponga Pandit (1975) (dialogue) Naya Din Nai Raat (1974) (dialogue) Geeta Mera Naam (1974) Jwar Bhata (1973) (dialogue & lyrics) Banarasi Babu (1973) (lyrics) Blackmail (1973) (lyrics) Kahani Kismat Ki (1973) (lyrics) Bombay to Goa (1972) (dialogue) Maalik (1972) (dialogue) Shehzada (1972) (dialogue) Rakhwala (1971) (lyrics) Man Mandir (1971) (dialogue, screenplay, & lyrics) Reshma Aur Shera (1971) (lyrics) Gopi (1970) (dialogue & lyrics) Jawab (1970) (dialogue & lyrics) Tumse Achchha Kaun Hain (1969) (lyrics) Doli (1969) (dialogue) Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati (1969) (dialogue) Pyar Ka Sapna (1969) (dialogue & lyrics) Sachaai (1969) (dialogue) Waris (1969) (dialogue) Brahmachari (1968) (lyrics) Gauri (1968) (dialogue) Padosan (1968) (dialogue, screenplay, & lyrics) Sadhu Aur Shaitaan (1968) (dialogue) Nai Roshni (1967) (dialogue & lyrics) Pyar Kiye Jaa (1966) (dialogue) Khandan (1965) (dialogue & lyrics) Main Bhi Ladki Hoon (1964) (dialogue & lyrics) Jahan Ara (1964) (lyrics) Aao Pyaar Karen (1964) (lyrics) Sharaabi (1964) (lyrics) Pooja Ke Phool (1964) (dialogue) Bharosa (1963) (dialogue & lyrics) Ghar Basake Dekho (1963) (screenplay, dialogue, lyrics) Yeh Raaste Hain Pyar Ke (1963) (lyrics) Bluff Master (1963) (dialogue) Man-Mauji (1962) (dialogue & lyrics) Prem Patra (1962) (dialogue) Rakhi (1962) (dialogue & lyrics) Shaadi (1962) (dialogue & lyrics) Chhaya (1961) (dialogue) Nazrana (1961) (dialogue & lyrics) Bindya (1960) (dialogue) Love in Simla (1960) (lyrics) Maa Baap (1960) (dialogue) Patang (1960) (dialogue & lyrics) Adalat (1958) (lyrics) Barkha (1959) (dialogue) Asha (1957) (lyrics) Dekh Kabira Roya (1957) (lyrics) Bhai-Bhai (1956) (dialogue & lyrics) Taj (1956) (lyrics) Pehli Jhalak (1955) (dialogue) Azaad (1955) (lyrics) Pehli Jhalak (1955) (lyrics) Nagin (1954) (dialogue & lyrics) Anarkali (1953) (lyrics) Ladki (1953) (dialogue & lyrics) Aaram (1951) (lyrics) Albela (1951) (lyrics) Badi Bahen (1949) (dialogue) Amar Kahani (1949) (lyrics) Aaj Ki Raat (1948) (script and lyrics) Hindi Film Songs : Hum pyaar mein jalne walon ko -------------Jailor Woh paas rahe ya dur-------------Badi Bahen Ye zindagi usiki hai-------------Anarkali Sham dhale khidki tale-----------Albela Mere piya gaye Rangoon-----------Patanga Mera dil ye pukare aaja----------Nagin Na bole re na bole re------------Azaad Jahan daal daal par sone ki------Sikandar-E-Azam Rang dil ki dhadkan bhi----------Patang Aay dil mujhe bataa de-----------Bhai Bhai Kadar jane na--------------------Bhai Bhai Chal ud ja re panchhi------------Bhaabi Bhooli hui yaadon----------------Sanjog Yuhn hasraton ke daag------------Adaalat Jana tha hum se dur--------------Adaalat Unko ye shikaayat hai------------Adaalat Zami se hume aasmaan par---------Adaalat Chhup gaya koi re----------------Champakali Hum se aaya na gaya--------------Dekh Kabira Roya Meri veena tum bin---------------Dekh Kabira Roya Berahem aasmaan------------------Bahaana Maajhi meri kismat ke------------Hum Hindustani Ye mard bade bedard--------------Miss Mary Itna na mujhse tu pyar bada------Chhaya Aansoo samajh ke kiyun-----------Chhaya Maye apne aap se ghabda gaya-----Bindiya Is bhari duniya me---------------Bharosa Woh dil kahan se laaoon----------Bharosa Dil todna kisi ka----------------Pooja Ke Phool Meri aankhon se koi--------------Pooja Ke Phool Kabhi na kabhi kahin na kahin----Sharaabi Maye to tum sang nain mila ke----Man Mauji Phir wohi sham wohi gham---------Jahan Ara Maye teri nazar ka suroor hoon---Jahan Ara Teri aankh ke aansoo pee jaoon---Jahan Ara Is tarah toda mera dil-----------Shehnaai Kya ajab saaz hai ye shehnaai----Shehnaai Ye raaste hai pyar ke------------Ye Raaste Hai Pyar Ke Tumhi mere mandir----------------Khandaan Sapne hai sapne------------------Nai Roshni Kahena hai kahena hai------------Padosan Kabhi kabhi aaisa bhi to---------Waris Jo unki tamanna------------------Inteqaam Sukh ke sab saathi---------------Gopi Pal pal dil ke paas--------------Black Mail Naina mere rang bhare sapne------Black Mail Jadugar tere naina---------------Man Mandir Chanda chhode chandni------------Khel Kismat Ka Mushkil hai jeena----------------Sahib Bahadur
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