Taslim Fazli

He was a top class lyricists in Urdu movies..
Taslim Fazli - Poets/Writers - He was a top class lyricists in Urdu movies..
Some facts about Taslim Fazli
Real name Izhar Anwar
First film Ashiq (Urdu - 1968)
Active career
Life - 17-08-1982
Born at Delhi, India
Language Urdu
Profession Writting

Taslim Fazli started with film Ashiq in 1968 and became one of the best poet in Urdu movies.

  • Khuda Karay Keh Mohabbat Mein Woh Maqam Aye.. (Afshan - 1971)
  • Rafta Rafta Woh Meri Hasti Ka Saman Ho Geye.. (Zeenat - 1975)
  • Sona Na Chandi Na Koi Mahal, Jan-e-Mann..(Bandish - 1980)

were some of his all time best songs.

His real name was Izhar Anwar and he was born in Delhi in 1947. He was married to actress Nisho and died on August 17, 1982.

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