Film journalist

Riazur Rehman Saghar

Renowned poet, lyricist and journalist passed away
Riazur Rehman Saghar - Film journalist - Renowned poet, lyricist and journalist passed away
Some facts about Riazur Rehman Saghar
Real name
First film Sharik-e-Hayyat (Urdu - 1968)
Active career
Life - 01-06-2013
Born at Bathinda, Indian Punjab
Profession Writting

He penned super hit songs for movies like Sargam (1995), Chief Sahib, Ghoonghat (1996), Inteha (1999), Mohabtan Sachian (2007) and upcoming film Ishq Khuda.

His famous non-film famous songs were..

  • Dupatta Mera Malmal Ka.. (Hadiqa Kyani)
  • Yaad Sajjan Di Aaway.. (Hadiqa Kyani)
  • O Vela Yaad Kar.. (Fariha Parvez)
  • Main Teinu Samjhawan Ki.. (Ali Bhagga)

Riaz-ur-Rehman Saghar wrote columns in Nawa-e-Waqt every week, while he also wrote his travel experience of China in the form of a poem which used to be published in the newspaper weekly.

He was under treatment for cancer for a while and died on June 1st, 2013 in Lahore.

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