Naqsh Lyallpuri,Urdu poet,Lyricist who had worked with 132 music directors in his career died at age of 89 in Mumbai.
Though he got his first break in 1952 as a song writer, real success eluded him till the early 1970s. He also worked with the postal department for some time to make ends meet during his early struggling days in Mumbai.
Over the years, he collaborated with some top film directors, music directors like Naushad, Shankar Jaikishan, Laxmikant Pyarelal, Bappi Lahiri, Jagjit Singh and many more and singers, penning soft melodies, romantic numbers and emotional songs that touched the hearts of millions.
Some of his best songs include: ‘Main to har modh par’, ‘Na Jane kya hua jo tune chhu liya’, ‘Ulfat me zamane ki har rasm ko thukroa’ and ‘Do deewane shaher mein’.
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