Hullad Moradabadi (29 May 1942 – 12 July 2014) was an Indian poet, humorist and satirist of Hindi language. He had authored several Hindi books including Itni uchi mat chodo, kya karegi chandni, Ye ander ki bat hai, Triveni and Hullad ka Hullad. He was a poet of Hindi Kavi sammelan.
Early life and background
Born in Gujranwala, now in Pakistan as Susheel Kumar Chadha on 29 May 1942. He settled in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh after independence and later shifted to Mumbai. He completed his B.Sc. and later an MA in Hindi.
He shifted to Mumbai in 1977, where he lived for the rest of his years. He also wrote lyrics for Hindi satirical film Nasbandi directed by I. S. Johar, released after the Emergency in 1978. He also acted as a comedian in films Bandhan Baahon Ka (1988) and Santosh (1989).
Moradabadi has written Itni uchi mat chodo, kya karegi chandni, Ye ander ki bat hai, Triveni, Tathakathit bhagwano ke naam (awarded), Hullad ka Hullad,:Hazam ki hazamat and Aacha hai per kabhi kabhi.
Moradabadi's poems have been quoted by several poets in Kavi-Sammelan.
- Itni uchi mat chodo
- Kya Karegi Chandni
- Ye Ander Ki Bat Hai
- Tathakathit bhagwano ke naam (awarded)
- Main bhi soochu tu bhi sooch
- Hullad ka Hullad
- Hazam ki hazamat
- Hullad Hazara
- Damdar aur doomdar dohe
- Jigar Se Bidi Jala Le
- Hullad Ki Shrast Hasya Vyang Rachnae
- Aacha hai per kabhi kabhi
- Hullad ke Jokes
- Kalashri Award
- Thitholi Award
- T.O.Y.P Award
- Mahakavi Nirala Award
- Attahas Shikhar Samman
- Kaka Hatharasi Award
- Hasya Ratna Award
- "Hindi poet & humourist Hullad Moradabadi dies of cardiac arrest". News Web India. 12 July 2014.
- "Hullad Muradabadi No More - मशहूर हास्य कवि हुल्लड़ मुरादाबादी नहीं रहे". Amar Ujala. 13 July 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-14.
- "Poet Hullad Muradabadi passed away". Dainik Jagran. 13 July 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-14.
- "Hullad Muradabadi: Hard to mourn without smile". The Times of India. 14 July 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-14.
- Hullad Moradabadi on IMDb
- "अब कौन करेगा हुल्लड़!". पल पल इंडिया (in Hindi). 13 July 2014.
- "Books of Hullad Moradabadi". pustak.org.
- "Sushil Kumar Chaddha no more". Aaj Tak (in Hindi). 13 July 2014.
- "नहीं रहें हास्य कवि हुल्लड़ मुरादाबादी". Bhaskar News (in Hindi). 13 July 2014.
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