Nasir Kazmi

Nasir Kazmi was one of the greatest poets in Pakistan.
Nasir Kazmi - Poets/Writers - Nasir Kazmi was one of the greatest poets in Pakistan.

Some facts about Nasir Kazmi
Real name
Active career
Life 08-12-1925 - 02-03-1972
Born at Ambala, Haryana, India
Profession Poetry

He began his caeer as journalist in poetry magazines Auraq-e-No, Hamayun and Khayal. His first poetry was published in 1954 which gave him immens fame.

Nasir Kazmi wrote songs in film Wafa (1981) and his song Deevaron say Baten karna achha lagta hay.. was very popular. (Sung by Khalid Waheed)

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