Sarim Momin

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Sarim Momin
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Born (1978-12-10) December 10, 1978 (age 36)
India Mumbai, India

Sarim Momin (Urdu: صارم مومن ‎) (born 10 December 1978 in Bombay, India), is a screenplay writer, film director and lyricist for many Bollywood movies. His written work includes Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar, Rann, Sholay (Aag), Darling, EMI, Go, Shabri & D, Bhagam Bhaag, Hide and Seek, The Film, Agyaat, and Rann.

Starting as an Urdu Poet, he penned the India song for the cricket world cup 2004 sung by Hamza Faruqui and composed by Wasim Desai.

In 2009, Sarim was involved in a national controversy due to the Jana Gann Mana Rann Hai song he wrote for Ram Gopla Verma's Rann.[1]

His last released work is with Lucky Ali on his new album Raasta-Man.[2]

Sarim Momin was nominated as the "Best Lyricist" for the Indian Television Academy Awards, 2012. [3]

Personal life[edit]

Gauri Karnik has been married to lyricist Sarim Momin since 2010[4] and lives in Mumbai. Together they have a son named Adam.

Filmography[edit]

  • Ram Gopal Varma's D
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar
  • Priyadarshan's Bhagam Bhaag
  • The Film
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Darling
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Go
  • Ram Gopal Varma Ki AAG
  • Sanjay Dutt starrer Emi
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Agyaat
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Rann
  • Apoorva Lakhia's Hide and Seek
  • Allah Ke Banday
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Rakta Charitra
  • Ram Gopal Varma's Rakta Charitra 2
  • Happy Husbands
  • Blackboard [Directed by Rafique Lanse](Under Prod.)
  • Hangman
  • Green Chick


Discography[edit]

  • Ek Pal Ki Zindagi Hai - D
  • Jitni Oonchaiyan - Sarkar
  • The Want Of Power Cacophony - Sarkar
  • Bhagam Bhaag - Bhaagam Bhaag
  • Aa khushi se khudkushi kar le - Darling
  • Dosti Se Zindagi Hai - The Film
  • Aawaaz Koi Kehti Hai - Darling
  • Aa Khushi Se Khudkhushi Kar Le - Darling
  • Kaash Tumse Milke - Go
  • Hai Aag Ye -Ram Gopal Varma Ki AAG
  • Dum - Ram Gopal Varma Ki AAG
  • Holi - Ram Gopal Varma Ki AAG
  • Ankhon hi ankhon mein - EMI
  • Agyaat hai - Agyaat
  • Jana Gann Mana - Rann
  • Remote ko baaher Phenk - Rann
  • Kaanch ke jaise saaf usool - Rann
  • Mera Bharat Mahaan - Rann
  • Rann Hai - Rann
  • Friday Night - Hide N Seek
  • Maula - Allah Ke Banday
  • Kaala Jaadu - Allah Ke Banday
  • Mayoos - Allah Ke Banday
  • Her Jazbe mein - Rakta Charitra
  • Patthar ko kuchlo - Rakta Charitra 2
  • Choti Choti Yaadon Se - Hangman
  • Tu hi meri - Happy Husbands
  • Tumse Nas Nas Mein - Happy Husbands
  • Shake your feathers - Green Chick

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