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Lyricist, story and dialog-writer

Waris Ludhyanvi

One of the most famous lyricist in Punjabi movies
Waris Ludhyanvi - Lyricist, story and dialog-writer - One of the most famous lyricist in Punjabi movies
Facts on Waris Ludhyanvi
Real name Chodhary Mohammad Ismael
First film Shehri Babu (Punjabi - 1953)
Active career
Life 11-04-1928 - 05-09-1992
Born at Ludhiana, India
Language Punjabi
Profession Poetry
Relations

Waris Ludhyanvi was a big name as film poet, story- and dialog-writer in Pakistani Punjabi movies. He wrote his first song in film Shehri Babu (1953) which was a super hit song..

  • Gallan Sun Kay Mahi Day Naal Merian..

It was a naughty song and also the first ever super hit song by Zubaida Khanum (who claimed that it was her first film as playback singer). Rasheed Attray was composer.

Waris Ludhyanvi got more fame from another all time super hit Punjabi song from film Mukhra (1958)..

  • Dilla Thehar Ja, Yaar Da Nazara Lain Day..

It was the most super hit song ever sung by Munir Hussain and also composed by Rasheed Attray.

Waris Ludhyanvi wrote many super hit songs but a wedding song from film Kartar Singh (1959) became folk song with it immense popularity..

He also wrote songs in many other super hit movies like Thah (1972), Sher Khan (1981), Qaidi (1986) etc..

Waris Ludhyanvi's real name was Chodhary Mohammad Ismael. He belongs to a Gujjar family from Ludhiana, Indian Punjab. He was born on April 11, 1928 and died on September 5, 1992 in Lahore.




Manzil
Manzil
(1981)
Mehbooba
Mehbooba
(1953)


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