Jan Nissar Akhtar Net Worth

Jan Nissar Akhtar Net Worth is

Jan Nissar Akhtar Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Jan Nisar Akhtar (Urdu: جان نثار اختر‎; 18 February 1914 – 19 August 1976) was an important 20th century Indian poet of Urdu ghazals and nazms, and a part of the Progressive Writers' Movement, who was also a lyricist for Bollywood.In a career spanning four-decade during which he worked with music composers including C. Ramchandra, O.P. Nayyar, N Dutta and Khayyam, he wrote 151 songs. Notable among them were songs from his breakthrough film, AR Kardar's Yasmin (1955), Aankhon hi Aankhon Mein in Guru Dutt's CID (1956), Yeh dil aur unki nigahon ke saaye in Prem Parbat (1974) and Aaja re in Noorie (1979) and his last song, Ae Dil-e-naadaan, in Kamal Amrohi's Razia Sultan (1983).His poetry works include Nazr-e-Butaan, Salaasil, Javidaan, Pichali Pehar, Ghar Angan and Khaak-e-dil. The latter ("The Ashes of Heart") was a poetry collection for which he was awarded the 1976 Sahitya Akademi Award in Urdu by Sahitya Akademi, India's National Academy of Letters
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthFebruary 18, 1914, Gwalior, India
DiedAugust 19, 1976, Mumbai, India
Place Of BirthGwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India
ProfessionMusic Department, Soundtrack, Writer
SpouseSafia Akhtar (m. 1943–1953)
ChildrenJaved Akhtar, Salman Akhtar, Albina Sharma, Shahid Akhtar, Uneza Akhtar
ParentsMuztar Khairabadi
Star SignAquarius
1Father of Javed Akhtar. Grandfather of Kabir Akhtar, Farhan Akhtar, and Zoya Akhtar. Father-In-Law of Shabana Azmi and ex father-in-law of Honey Irani.

Music Department

Soorma Bhopali1988lyrics - as Janisar Akhtar
Unchi Uraan1984lyricist
Noorie1979lyrics by
Awara Badal1964lyricist
Mr. India1961lyricist
Kalpana1960lyricist - as Jan Nisar Akhtar
Baap Re Baap1955lyricist


Bend It Like Beckham2002lyrics: "Noorie" 2000 - as Nisar Akhtar
Unchi Uraan1984lyrics: "Apni Hai Unchi Uraan", "Raat Bheegi Jaye"
Noorie1979lyrics: "Aaja Re" Part 1, "Aaja Re" Part 2, "Chori Chori Koi Aaye", "Ke Ashiq Ho To"
Baap Re Baap1955lyrics: "Raat Rangeeli Chamke Taare", "Main Bhi Jawan, Dil Bhi Jawan", "Kahe Dil Yeh Diwana Mera", "Phool Se Gaalon Pe", "Diwana Dil Gaaye", "Piya Piya Piya, Mera Jiya Pukare", "Tu Na Bata Humein Sab Hey Pata", "Daal Kaise Gale Jab Ke Joota Chale", "Tum Na Aaye", "Ab Yeh Bata Jayen Kahan", "Jane Zid Chod Yeh Bahana"
Anarkali1953lyrics: "Aa Jane Wafa"


Bahu Begum1967story - as Jan Nisar Akhtar


Bahu Begum1967producer - as Jan Nisar Akhtar


Zubeidaa2001excerpts of poems

Known for movies

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