Niranjan Iyengar

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Niranjan Iyengar
Occupation Screenwriter
Nationality Indian

Niranjan Iyengar, born in Anand, India, is a screenwriter and lyricist particularly known for his work with director Karan Johar.[1] He is also author of the book, The Making of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]

  • We are Family (2010) (Dialogue)
  • D-Day 2013 (dialogue / lyrics)
  • Kurbaan (dialogues/lyrics)  2009
  • Wake Up Sid (dialogue)  2009
  • Life Partner (dialogue) 2009
  • Kya Love Story Hai (dialogue / as Niranjan Avinger)  2006
  • I See You (dialogue)  2006
  • Rog (dialogue)  2003
  • Paap (dialogue)  2003
  • Jism (dialogue) 2003
  • Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) (dialogue)
  • Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) (dialogue)
  • Kidnap (2008) (dialogue)
  • Fashion (2008) (dialogue)
  • My Name Is Khan (2010) (lyrics and dialogue)
  • Ra.One(2012)(chammak challo lyrics with vishal dadlani)
  • Heroine (2012) (dialogue)
  • Student of the Year (film) (2012) (dialogue)
  • Heartless (2014 film) (2014) (dialogue)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Star Screen Awards

Zee Cine Awards

Filmfare Awards

  • Nominated: Best Lyricist - "Sajda" and "Noor-e-Khuda" from My Name Is Khan (2011)

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