S M Sadiq

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S M Saddiq in Chandigarh
S M Saddiq in Chandigarh

Sheikh Muhammad Sadiq (Urdu: شیخ محمد صادق‎) is a Punjabi lyricist and poet[1] who has written more than 35,000 songs.

Credited for[edit]

Bewafa Sanam (1995) - Acha sila dia tune mere pyar ka, Bedardi Se Pyar Ka Sahara Na Mila Attaullah Khan Essakhilvi - Bedardi Se Pyar Ka Sahara Na Mila AttaUllah Khan Essakhilvi / Sardool Sikander - Khat tukde tukde kar dene, main saarh dena tasveera nu Othe Amla De Hone Ne Navede - Durga Rangila Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Kehde Ghar Jawan, Menu Yaar Di Namaz, Sukh Mahi Naal Legaya Nachattar Gill - Akhiyaan Ch Paani Sabar Koti - Sharaab Bally Sagoo / Shabnam Majeed - Dil Cheez Hai Kya Jaana Naseebo, Shoukat Ali - Kala Jorha Movie - Mel Karade Rabba

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Attaullah Khan gears up for new album". Daily Times (Pakistan). October 23, 2011. Retrieved May 27, 2012. 

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External links[edit]

External video
(Urdu) S M Sadiq Songwriter More Than 35,000 Songs
(Urdu) SM Sadiq