Fardeen Khan is an Indian former film actor who appeared in Hindi films. He is the son of actor Feroz Khan. After graduating in Business Management from the University of Massachusetts, Khan returned to India to pursue his career in films and trained in acting at the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute, he made his acting debut in 1998 with a leading role in the romance Prem Aggan which garnered him the Filmfare Best Debut Award. Khan rose to prominence with starring roles in the acclaimed thriller Jungle, the crime comedy Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega, the drama Om Jai Jagadish, the supernatural horror Bhoot, the romance Janasheen, the comedies No Entry, Heyy Babyy, All the Best: Fun Begins, he earned critical recognition for his portrayals in the 2001 thriller Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, the 2004 drama Dev, the 2004 romantic thriller Fida and the 2005 crime thriller Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena. In addition to acting in films, he has participated in concert tours and stage shows. In May 2001, Khan was arrested for attempting to buy cocaine.
Fardeen Khan was born on March 1974 in Mumbai. He is the son of the Bollywood actor Feroz Khan, he is Tanoli Pathan and his grandmother was from Iranian descent, while his mother, comes from a Sindhi family. His sister is Laila Khan. Khan is the nephew of actors Sanjay Akbar Khan, he is the cousin of actors Zayed Suzanne Khan. Khan studied at Jamnabai Narsee School in Juhu India, he is a graduate in Business Management. He studied acting at Kishore Namith Kapoor Acting School. Khan made his first acting debut with film Prem Aggan, he was given the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for this film in 1999. Fardeen Khan is married to Natasha Madhvani, Mumtaz's daughter, with whom he has a daughter Diani and son Azarius; the wedding took place on 14 December 2005 at Mumbai. Fardeen Khan on IMDb
Asha Bhosle, is an Indian playback singer. She is best known for her playback singing in Hindi cinema. Bhosle's career has spanned over six decades, she has done playback singing for over a thousand Bollywood movies. In addition, she has recorded several private albums and participated in numerous solo concerts in India and abroad. Bhosle is the sister of playback singer Lata Mangeshkar. Renowned for her voice range and credited for her versatility, Bhosle's work includes film music, ghazals, traditional Indian classical music, folk songs and Rabindra Sangeets. Apart from Hindi, she has sung in over 20 Indian and foreign languages. In 2006, Asha Bhosle stated that she had sung over 12,000 songs, a figure repeated by several other sources. In 2011, she was acknowledged by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most recorded artist in music history; the Government of India honoured her with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2000 and the Padma Vibhushan in 2008. In 2013, she made her debut as an actress in the film Mai, received critical acclaim for her performance.
Asha Bhosle was born in the small hamlet of Goar in Sangli in the salute princely state of Sangli, into the musical family of Master Deenanath Mangeshkar, who belongs to the Marathi-speaking Gomantak Maratha Samaj. Her father was an actor and classical singer on Marathi Musical stage; when she was nine years old, her father died. The family moved from Pune to Kolhapur and to Mumbai, she and her elder sister Lata Mangeshkar began acting in films to support their family. She sang her first film song'"Chala Chala Nav Bala" for the Marathi film Majha Bal; the music for the film was composed by Datta Davjekar. She made her Hindi film debut, her first solo Hindi film song was for the movie Raat Ki Raani. At the age of 16, she eloped with 31-year-old Ganpatrao Bhosle, marrying him against her family's wishes. In the early 1960s, prominent playback singers like Geeta Dutt, Shamshad Begum, Lata Mangeshkar dominated the singing for the female lead and the big films. Asha used to get the assignments they refused: singing for the bad girls and vamps, or songs in the second-grade movies.
In the 1950s, she sang more songs than most playback singers in Bollywood. Most of these were in low budget B- or C-grade films, her earliest songs were composed by A R Qureshi, Sajjad Hussain, Ghulam Mohammed, most of these songs failed to do well. Singing in Sangdil, composed by Sajjad Hussain, she got reasonable recognition. Film director Bimal Roy gave her a chance to sing in Parineeta. Raj Kapoor signed her to sing "Nanhe Munne Bachche" with Mohammed Rafi in Boot Polish, which gained popularity. O. P. Nayyar gave Asha a break in CID, she first achieved success in B. R. Chopra's Naya Daur, composed by him, her duets with Rafi like "Maang Ke Saath Tumhara", "Saathi Haath Badhana" and "Uden Jab Jab Zulfein Teri", penned by Sahir Ludhianvi, earned her recognition. It was the first time. Chopra approached her for several of his productions, including Gumrah, Hamraaz, Aadmi Aur Insaan and Dhund. Nayyar's future collaboration with Bhosle resulted in success, she established her status and received the patronage of such composers as Sachin Dev Burman and Ravi.
Bhosle and Nayyar had a personal parting of ways in the 1970s. In 1966, Bhosle's performances in the duets from one of music director R. D. Burman's first soundtracks, for the movie Teesri Manzil, won popular acclaim; when she first heard the dance number "Aaja Aaja", she felt she would not be able to sing this westernised tune. While Burman offered to change the music, she refused, she completed the song after ten days of rehearsals, "Aaja Aaja", along with such other songs as "O Haseena Zulfonwali" and "O Mere Sona Re", became successful. Shammi Kapoor, the film's leading actor, was once quoted as saying– "If I did not have Mohammad Rafi to sing for me, I would have got Asha Bhosle to do the job". Bhosle's collaboration with Burman resulted in a marriage. During the 1960-70s, she was the voice of Bollywood's actress and dancer, Helen, on whom "O Haseena Zulfon Wali" was picturised, it is said that Helen would attend her recording sessions so that she could understand the song better and plan dance steps accordingly.
Some of their other popular numbers include "Piya Tu Ab To Aaja" and "Yeh Mera Dil", among others. By the 1980s, although regarded for her abilities and versatility, had sometimes been stereotyped as a "cabaret singer" and a "pop crooner". In 1981 she attempted a different genre by singing several ghazals for the Rekha-starrer Umrao Jaan, including "Dil Cheez Kya Hai", "In Aankhon Ki Masti Ke", "Yeh Kya Jagah Hai Doston" and "Justaju Jiski Thi"; the film's music director Khayyam, had lowered her pitch by half a note. Bhosle herself expressed surprise; the ghazals won her the first National Film Award of her career. A few years she won another National Award for the song "Mera Kuchh Saamaan" from Ijaazat. In 1995, 62-year-old Bhosle sang for actress Urmila Matondkar in the movie Rangeela; the soundtrack featured songs like "Tanha Tanha" and "Rangeela Re" sung by her, composed by music director A. R. Rahman, who would go on to record several songs with her. During the 2000s, several of Bhosle's numbers became chartbusters, including "Radha Kaise Na Jale" from Lagaan, "Kambakht
Hindi, or Modern Standard Hindi is a standardised and Sanskritised register of the Hindustani language. Hindi, written in the Devanagari script, is one of the official languages of India, along with the English language, it is one of the 22 scheduled languages of the Republic of India. However, it is not the national language of India because no language was given such a status in the Indian constitution. Hindi is the lingua franca of the Hindi belt, to a lesser extent other parts of India. Outside India, several other languages are recognized as "Hindi" but do not refer to the Standard Hindi language described here and instead descend from other dialects of Hindustani, such as Awadhi and Bhojpuri; such languages include Fiji Hindi, official in Fiji, Caribbean Hindustani, a recognized language in Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname. Apart from specialized vocabulary, spoken Hindi is mutually intelligible with Urdu, another recognized register of Hindustani; as a linguistic variety, Hindi is the fourth most-spoken first language in the world, after Mandarin and English.
Alongside Urdu as Hindustani, it is the third most-spoken language in the world, after Mandarin and English. The term Hindī was used to refer to inhabitants of the region east of the Indus, it was borrowed from Classical Persian Hindī, meaning "Indian", from the proper noun Hind "India". The name Hindavī was used by Amir Khusrow in his poetry. Like other Indo-Aryan languages, Hindi is a direct descendant of an early form of Vedic Sanskrit, through Sauraseni Prakrit and Śauraseni Apabhraṃśa, which emerged in the 7th century A. D. Modern Standard Hindi is based on the Khariboli dialect, the vernacular of Delhi and the surrounding region, which came to replace earlier prestige dialects such as Awadhi and Braj. Urdu – another form of Hindustani – acquired linguistic prestige in the Mughal period, underwent significant Persian influence. Modern Hindi and its literary tradition evolved towards the end of the 18th century. However, modern Hindi's earlier literary stages before standardization can be traced to the 16th century.
In the late 19th century, a movement to further develop Hindi as a standardised form of Hindustani separate from Urdu took form. In 1881, Bihar accepted Hindi as its sole official language, replacing Urdu, thus became the first state of India to adopt Hindi. Modern Standard Hindi is one of the youngest Indian languages in this regard. After independence, the government of India instituted the following conventions: standardisation of grammar: In 1954, the Government of India set up a committee to prepare a grammar of Hindi. Standardisation of the orthography, using the Devanagari script, by the Central Hindi Directorate of the Ministry of Education and Culture to bring about uniformity in writing, to improve the shape of some Devanagari characters, introducing diacritics to express sounds from other languages. On 14 September 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted Hindi written in the Devanagari script as the official language of the Republic of India replacing Urdu's previous usage in British India.
To this end, several stalwarts rallied and lobbied pan-India in favor of Hindi, most notably Beohar Rajendra Simha along with Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Kaka Kalelkar, Maithili Sharan Gupt and Seth Govind Das who debated in Parliament on this issue. As such, on the 50th birthday of Beohar Rajendra Simha on 14 September 1949, the efforts came to fruition following the adoption of Hindi as the official language. Now, it is celebrated as Hindi Day. In Northeast India a pidgin known as Haflong Hindi has developed as a lingua franca for various tribes in Assam that speak other languages natively. In Arunachal Pradesh, Hindi emerged as a lingua franca among locals who speak over 50 dialects natively. Part XVII of the Indian Constitution deals with the official language of the Indian Commonwealth. Under Article 343, the official languages of the Union has been prescribed, which includes Hindi in Devanagari script and English: The official language of the Union shall be Hindi in Devanagari script; the form of numerals to be used for the official purposes of the Union shall be the international form of Indian numerals.
Notwithstanding anything in clause, for a period of fifteen years from the commencement of this Constitution, the English language shall continue to be used for all the official purposes of the Union for which it was being used before such commencement: Provided that the President may, during the said period, by order authorize the use of the Hindi language in addition to the English language and of the Devanagari form of numerals in addition to the international form of Indian numerals for any of the official purposes of the Union. Article 351 of the Indian constitution states It shall be the duty of the Union to promote the spread of the Hindi language, to develop it so that it may serve as a medium of expression for all the elements of the composite culture of India and to secure its enrichment by assimilating without interfering with its genius, the forms and expressions used in Hindustani and in the other languages of India specified in the Eighth Schedule, by drawing, wherever necessary or desirable, for its vocabulary on Sanskrit and secondarily on other languages.
It was envisioned that Hindi would become the sole working language of the Union Government by 1965 (per directi
Seema Biswas is an Indian film and theatre actress from Assam. She shot into prominence with the role of Phoolan Devi in Shekhar Kapur's film Bandit Queen, for which she won the National Film Award for Best Actress, she has a reputation for performing strong character roles. She won the 2000 Sangeet Natak Akademi Award and the 2006 Best Actress Genie Award for her role as Shakuntala in Deepa Mehta's Water, her other mainstream films include Khamoshi: The Musical, for which she won the Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress, Bhoot and Half Girlfriend. In addition to films, Biswas has been a part of many television shows. Biswas was born in Assam, to Bengali Parents Jagdish Biswas and Meera Biswas, her mother, an early influence, was a history teacher and a pioneering figure for female theatre artistes in Assam. She studied Political Science at Nalbari College, joined the National School of Drama, New Delhi. After graduating from NSD in 1984, she joined the NSD Repertory Company. Seema Biswas acted as the heroine in Krishnan Kartha's Amshini which entered the Indian Panorama Section of Filmotsav 1988.
However the general belief is that Biswas debuted after Shekhar Kapur watched her perform in NSD Repertory Company, offered her a role in Bandit Queen. Although she had earlier acted in Assamese cinema, this was her first big break into Hindi cinema, she arrived with a bang. In 1996, she played the role of Flavy, a deaf and mute woman in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Khamoshi: The Musical opposite Nana Patekar, won the Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress. Rooted in theatre, she refuses to be typecast, has worked in a variety of films and character roles, she has worked in a number of Marathi and Tamil films. Some of her Marathi films are Bindhast, Dhyaas Parwa, Lalbaug-Parel, she has been honoured with the Life Membership of International Film And Television Club of Asian Academy Of Film & Television by the director Sandeep Marwah. In 2011, she was rumoured to be a part of reality television series Bigg Boss 5. In 2014, Seema Biswas has been included in the prestigious five member jury board of 45th International Film Festival of India to be held from 20 to 30 November at Goa. 1995: Won: Best Actress for Bandit Queen 1997: Won: Best Female Debut for Bandit Queen 1997: Won: Best Supporting Actress for Khamoshi: The Musical 2003: Nominated: Best Supporting Actress for Company 2004: Nominated: Best Supporting Actress for Bhoot 2001 - Sangeet Natak Akademi Award 26th Genie Awards, 2006: Won: Best Actress for Water Canadian Screen Awards, 2013: Won: Best Supporting Actress for Midnight's Children Seema Biswas on IMDb
Usha Uthup is an Indian pop, filmi and playback singer who sang songs in the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Darling, which she recorded with Rekha Bhardwaj for the film 7 Khoon Maaf, won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer in 2012. Usha was born in Bombay, her father was Vaidyanath Someshwar Sami who hailed from Madras, in Tamil Nadu in 1947. She studied at St. Agnes High School; when she was in school she was thrown out of music class because she didn't fit in with a voice like hers. But her music teacher recognised that she had some music in her and would give her clappers or triangles to play. Though she was not formally trained in music, she grew up in an atmosphere of music, her parents used to listen to a wide range from Western classical to Hindustani and Carnatic including Kishori Amonkar and Bade Ghulam Ali Khan on radio and she used to join them. She used to enjoy listening to Radio Ceylon, her next door neighbour was S. M. A. Pathan, the deputy commissioner of police, his daughter, influenced Usha to learn Hindi and take up Indian classical music.
This fusion approach helped her to pioneer her unique brand of Indian pop in the 1970s. She is married to Mr Jani Uthup from Kerala, she is presently a resident of West Bengal. Her first public singing occurred, her sisters who were exploring a music career, took her to the most popular radio announcer in India that time called Ameen Sayani who gave her an opportunity to sing on the Ovaltine Music Hour in Radio Ceylon. She sang a number called "Mockingbird Hill". After that, several appearances followed through her teenage years. Usha Uthup started singing in a small nightclub in Chennai called as Nine Gems in the basement of the erstwhile Safire theatre complex on Mount Road, when she was 20, wearing a saree and leg callipers, her performance was so well received that the owner of the nightclub asked her to stay on for a week. After her first night club gig, she began singing in Calcutta at night clubs such as "Trincas", she met her future husband Uthup in Trincas. At about the same time, she sang at "Talk of the Town", now known as "Not Just Jazz by the Bay" in Bombay.
After Trincas, her next engagement took her to Delhi. By happenstance, a film crew belonging to Navketan unit and Shashi Kapoor visited the nightclub and they offered her a chance to sing movie playback; as a result, she started her Bollywood career with Ivory-Merchant's Bombay Talkies in which she sang an English number under Shanker-Jaikishan and Hare Rama Hare Krishna. She was supposed to sing Dum Maro Dum along with Asha Bhosle for Hare Rama Hare Krishna. However, as a result of internal politicking on the part of other singers, she lost that chance but ended up singing an English verse. In 1968, she recorded covers of two pop songs in English, "Jambalaya" and The Kingston Trio's "Greenback Dollar", on an EP, Love Story, "Scotch and Soda", another Kingston Trio song, which sold well in the Indian market, she spent some time in London during this early period. She was a frequent visitor to Vernon Corea's BBC office at the Langham in London and was interviewed on London Sounds Eastern on BBC Radio London.
Usha visited Nairobi as part of an Indian festival. She was so popular. Singing and quite nationalistic songs in Swahili made her popular and the President Jomo Kenyatta made her an Honorary Citizen of Kenya, she sang the famous song "Malaika" with Fadhili Williams, the original singer. She produced a record "live in Nairobi" with a local band Fellini Five. Uthup sang several songs in the 1980s for music directors R D Burman and Bappi Lahiri, she reprised some of R. D. Burman songs that were sung by others such as Mehbooba Mehbooba and Dum Maro Dum and popularised them to a distinct end. Uthup sang for a two-volume collection of children's rhymes "Karadi Rhymes", which are "Indian Rhymes for Indian Kids", brought out by Karadi Tales; the rhymes reflect the Indian ethos through the Sa-re-ga-ma, Indian rivers, the train experiences, Indian festivals, indigenous trees, Indian foods like bhelpuri and sambhar, Indian attire like the dhoti, sari and bangles and some folk tales. With each rhyme set to an Indian raga, sung in her characteristic voice with a feisty tempo, Usha creates the atmosphere for children and even adults to sing along and dance to the toe-tapping beats.
She appeared as a judge on a singing reality show Bharat Ki Shaan: Singing Star – Season 2, aired on DD National channel, along with Ismail Darbar. She is the judge in the Season 3 of the show as well, she appeared as a chief guest for Marathi singing reality show. She entertained the audience with Marathi songs; some of her famous songs for movies include: In addition, she has sung as a playback singer for the following Bollywood movies: Revolver Rani, June R, Joggers' Park, Jajantaram Mamantaram, Ek Tha Raja, Dushman Devta, Bhavani Junction, Hum Paanch, Purab Aur Paschim among others.. Usha appeared in a small scene as a singer in a hotel and rendered a song titled "Goodbye My Friend" in the Tamil film Anbe Vaa starring MGR and Saroja Devi in lead roles, she is a stage performer and gave performances all over the world and is known for her lively stage presence. She has been felicitated with several awards over the years, some of which include Rajiv Gandhi Purashkar for National Integration for quality music, Mahila Shiromani Purashkar for international peac
Bhanurekha Ganesan, better known by her stage name Rekha, is an Indian film actress. Noted for her versatility and acknowledged as one of the finest actresses in Indian cinema, Rekha started her career in 1966 as a child actress in the Telugu film Rangula Ratnam, though her film debut as a lead happened four years with Sawan Bhadon. Despite the success of several of her early films, she was panned for her looks and it was not until the mid-to-late 1970s that she got recognition as an actress. Rekha has acted in more than 180 films in her career spanning over 50 years. Throughout her career, she has played strong female characters and, apart from mainstream cinema, appeared in arthouse films, known in India as parallel cinema, she has won three Filmfare Awards, two for Best Actress and one for Best Supporting Actress, for her roles in Khubsoorat, Khoon Bhari Maang and Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, respectively. Her portrayal of a classical courtesan in Umrao Jaan won her the National Film Award for Best Actress.
Though her career has gone through certain periods of decline, she has reinvented herself numerous times and has been credited for her ability to sustain her status. In 2010, she was honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India. Rekha was born in Madras on 10 October 1954 to Tamil actor Gemini Ganesan and Telugu actress Pushpavalli, her father did not acknowledge his paternity during her childhood. Rekha has one half-brother and five half-sisters, it was in early 1970s, when she was looking for a footing in Bollywood, that she revealed her origins. At the peak of her career, Rekha told a magazine interviewer that her father's neglect still rankled and that she had ignored his efforts at reconciliation. Rekha attended Sacred Heart Convent for Girls in Tamil Nadu. At the age of 13, she quit school to start a career in acting, she did not have any personal aspirations in this direction, but the troubled financial state of her family compelled her to do so. She considers Telugu to be her mother tongue.
She has stated. Rekha appeared as a child in the Telugu film Rangula Ratnam. Rekha made her debut as heroine in the successful Kannada film Operation Jackpot Nalli C. I. D 999 with Rajkumar in 1969. In that same year, she starred in Anjana Safar, she claimed that she was tricked into a kissing scene with the leading actor Biswajit for the overseas market, the kiss made it to the Asian edition of Life magazine. The film ran into censorship problems, would not be released until a decade in 1979, she had no interest in acting and was forced to work to sustain her family financially, this was a difficult period in her life. Still a teenager, acclimatising herself to her new surroundings was an uneasy process. Coming from the South, she did not speak Hindi and struggled to communicate with co-workers, was missing her mother, critically ill. Moreover, she was required to follow a strict diet. Recalling this phase, Rekha was quoted as saying, Bombay was like a jungle, I had walked in unarmed, it was one of the most frightening phases of my life...
I was ignorant of the ways of this new world. Guys did take advantage of my vulnerability. I did feel,"What am I doing? I should be in school, having an ice-cream, fun with my friends, why am I forced to work, deprived of normal things that a child should be doing at my age?" Every single day I cried, because I had to eat what I didn't like, wear crazy clothes with sequins and stuff poking into my body. Costume jewellery would give me an absolute terrible allergy. Hair spray wouldn't go off for days despite all my washing. I was pushed dragged from one studio to another. A terrible thing to do to a 13-year-old child, she had two films released in 1970: the Telugu film Amma Kosam and the Hindi film Sawan Bhadon, considered her acting debut in Bollywood. She had to learn Hindi, as, not her spoken language. Sawan Bhadon became a hit, Rekha – a star overnight. Despite the success of the film, she was scorned for her looks, she subsequently got several offers but nothing of substance, as her roles were just of a glamour girl.
She appeared in several commercially successful films at the time, including Raampur Ka Lakshman, Kahani Kismat Ki, Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye, yet she was not regarded for her acting abilities and—according to Tejaswini Ganti—"the industry was surprised by her success as her dark complexion, plump figure, garish clothing contradicted the norms of beauty prevalent in the film industry and in society." Rekha recalls that the way she was perceived at that time motivated her to change her appearance and improve her choice of roles: "I was called the ‘Ugly Duckling’ of Hindi films because of my dark complexion and South Indian features. I used to feel hurt when people compared me with the leading heroines of the time and said I was no match for them. I was determined to make it big on sheer merit."This period marked the beginning of Rekha's physical transformation. She started paying attention to her make-up, dress sense, worked to improve her acting technique and perfect her Hindi-language skills.
To lose weight, she followed a nutritious diet, led a regular, disciplined life, practised yoga recording albums to promote physical fitness. According to Khalid Mohamed, "The audience was floored when there was a swift change in her screen personality, as well as her style of acting." She began choosing her film roles with more care
Sandeep Nath is a Lyricist,Composer,Screenwriter and Producer in Bollywood. He started his literary career as a poet at the age of eighteen, he has completed more than two books as namely "Mujhko Kuch Bhi Naam Doh", "Darpan Ab Bhi Andha Hai". His poetry has been selected in "Kabita Parabasey" an anthology of Bengali poems written by the poets from outside Bengal and published by Bangiya Maitri Samiti Mumbai, he is associated with India's fastest growing poetry group "Poets Corner Group" & "Delhi Poetry Festival". One of his poem was featured in Musings: A Mosaic. In his Indian film career he has written lyrics for more than seventy well known Bollywood films, he is most known for his work in films like'Madhur Bhandarkar's Page 3, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Saawariya, Tigmanshu Dhulia's Paan Singh Tomar and Bullet Raja, Mohit Suri's Aashiqui 2 and Rohit Shetty's Singham Returns, Bhushan Patel's ALONE, Vikramjit Singh’s Roy, Deepak Tijori’s Do lafzon ki kahani. Sandeep Nath was brought up in a Bengali family in Uttar Pradesh.
Sandeep Nath is a Law graduate. He studied in different cities of Uttar Pradesh India as Allahabad, Moradabad, Dhampur & Chandpur. At present Sandeep Nath lives in Mumbai and his parents live in Kolkata. Sandeep Nath started writing poems at the age of twelve. Sandeep Nath started journalism during his studies & continued it till date. Sandeep Nath worked in editorial department in different newspapers in U. P & Delhi. After that he moved to Mumbai. Sandeep Nath has worked with Bollywood film personalities such as Lata Mangeskar, Asha Bhonsle, Sukhvindar Singh, Kunal Ganjawala, Kailash Kher, Shreya Ghosal, Ram Gopal Varma, Sanjay Leela Bhanshali, Madhur Bhandarkar, Monty Sharma, Salim Suleman, Shamir Tandon & many other creative people. Sandeep Nath has got "Stardust Award" for his outstanding performance as a lyricist for the film Saawariya. Sandeep has ventured into screen writing too in films and television. Worked for numerous films as this capacity of screenwriter and worked for Afsar Bitiya and Ek Ghar Banaunga Hamari Devrani for Star Plus 9 Dulhan Wahi Jo Nanad Mann Bhaye for Mahua Channal as television screenwriter.
The chartbuster'Sun Raha hai' was penned by Sandeep. With Ankit Tiwari, the team gave another melodious track'Behki' for Yaara Silly Silly. Sandeep's poem has been featured in couple of poetry anthologies by Poets Corner Group listed below 1. Musings: Mosaic - It featured 53 poets in total that includes other big names like Gulzar, Shashi Tharoor, Deepti Naval, Irshad Kamil, Dr. Sukrita Kumar Paul apart from Sandeep. 2. Inklinks - Featured 153 poets in total which include big names like A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Ruskin Bond, Kapil Sibal, Vikram Seth, Shekhar Kapur, Irshad kamil, etc. Bhoot Memsaab No 1 Paisa Vasool Ek Hasina Thi Rakht Agnipankh James Sauda The Deal Page 3 Sarkar Corporate Game Madhubala - Lyrics & Dialogue Katputtli Risk Undertrial Saawariya Sarkar Raj Phoonk Fashion Wada Raha Zor Lagaa Ke... Haiya Jail Fox Accident on Hill Road Kandahar Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster I am Singh Naughty @ 40 Ghost Ata Pata Laapata - Additional Dialogues Sadda Adda Paan Singh Tomar Dee Saturday Night Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns Aashiqui 2 Bullet Raja Samrat & Co.
Singham Returns Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami Spark—as Dialogue writer Alone Roy Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein Desi Beats -- will be released in 2015 Yaara Silly Silly -- will be released in 2015 Chahe koi mujhe junglee kahe -- will be released in 2015 Dollar -- will be released in 2016 Tezaab 2 -- Do Lafzon Ki Kahani Mirza-Juliet Yaara Raag-Desh Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Nawabzaade Amavas Gabru Gang DNA Mein Gandhiji - Sandeep Nath on IMDb Filmography Bollywood Hungama Official Website