Irshad Kamil

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Irshad Kamil
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Kamil at the Delhi Poetry Festival in 2013
Born (1971-09-05) 5 September 1971 (age 50)
NationalityIndian
OccupationLyricist, poet
Years active2004–present
Websitewww.irshadkamil.com

Irshad Kamil (born 5 September 1971) is an Indian poet and lyricist.[1] His songs appear in Bollywood films including Jab We Met, Chameli, Love Aaj Kal, Rockstar, Aashiqui 2, Raanjhanaa, Highway, Tamasha, and Jab Harry Met Sejal.

Personal life[edit]

Kamil was born as the seventh child to his parents in Malerkotla, and belongs to a Punjabi Muslim family.[2] He studied journalism at the Panjab University, followed by postgraduate and PhD degrees in Hindi.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Music composer Film director Notes Ref.
2004 Chameli Sandesh Shandilya Sudhir Mishra
Anant Balani
[3]
2005 Shabd Vishal–Shekhar Leena Yadav [4]
Socha Na Tha Sandesh Shandilya Imtiaz Ali [5]
Karam Vishal–Shekhar Leena Yadav [6]
Neal 'N' Nikki Salim–Sulaiman Arjun Sablok [7]
2006 Ahista Ahista Himesh Reshammiya Shivam Nair [8]
Gafla Kartik Shah Sameer Hanchate
2007 Kaisay Kahein Pritam Mohit Hussein [9]
Dhol Pritam Priyadarshan
Jab We Met Pritam Imtiaz Ali [10]
2008 Tulsi Nikhil-Vinay Ajay Kumar
Bhram Pritam Pavan S. Kaul [11][12]
Thodi Life Thoda Magic Vinay Tiwari Anand L Rai [13]
A Wednesday! Sanjoy Chowdhury Neeraj Pandey [14]
2009 Kutti Chetan and Friends Pritam Deepak Subhash Jadhav [15]
Aa Dekhen Zara Pritam
Gourav Dasgupta
Jehangir Surti [16][17]
Tera Mera Ki Rishta Jaidev Kumar Navaniat Singh [18]
Hum Phirr Mileinge... Sandesh Shandilya Manish Goel
Love Aaj Kal Pritam Imtiaz Ali [19][20]
Toss Sandesh Shandilya Ramesh Khatkar [21]
Fast Forward Akbar Sami Zaigham Ali Sayed [22]
Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani Pritam Rajkumar Santoshi [23]
De Dana Dan Priyadarshan [24]
2010 Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? Ashwni Dhir [25]
Tum Milo Toh Sahi Kabir Sadanand [26]
Raajneeti Prakash Jha [27]
Khatta Meetha Pritam
Shehzad Roy
Priyadarshan [28]
Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai Pritam Milan Luthria [29]
Help Ashutosh Phatak Rajeev Virani
Aashayein Pritam Nagesh Kukunoor [30][31]
We Are Family Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy Siddharth P. Malhotra [32][33]
Anjaana Anjaani Vishal–Shekhar Siddharth Anand [34][35]
Aakrosh Pritam Priyadarshan [36]
Action Replayy Vipul Shah [37][38]
2011 Yamla Pagla Deewana Sandesh Shandilya Samir Karnik [39]
Kucch Luv Jaisaa Pritam Barnali Ray Shukla [40]
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan Sohail Sen Ali Abbas Zafar [41][42]
Mausam Pritam Pankaj Kapoor [43][44]
Rascals Vishal–Shekhar David Dhawan [45][46][47]
Rockstar A. R. Rahman Imtiaz Ali [48][49]
Desi Boyz Pritam Rohit Dhawan [50]
2012 Jodi Breakers Salim–Sulaiman Ashwini Chaudhary [51]
Cocktail Pritam Homi Adajania [52][53]
Chakravyuh Salim–Sulaiman
Shantanu Moitra
Prakash Jha [54][55][56]
Son of Sardaar Himesh Reshammiya
Sajid–Wajid
Ashwni Dhir [57][58]
2013 Kaanchi Ismail Darbar
Salim–Sulaiman
Subhash Ghai [59]
Special 26 M. M. Keeravani
Himesh Reshammiya
Neeraj Pandey [60][61]
Aashiqui 2 Jeet Gannguli Mohit Suri [62]
Raanjhanaa A. R. Rahman Anand L Rai [63][64]
Phata Poster Nikhla Hero Pritam Rajkumar Santoshi [65]
2014 Gunday Sohail Sen Ali Abbas Zafar [66]
Highway A. R. Rahman Imtiaz Ali [67]
Kochadaiiyaan (Dubbed version) Soundarya Rajinikanth [68]
Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty Pritam AR Murugadoss [69]
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania Sachin–Jigar Shashank Khaitan [70][71]
Raja Natwarlal Yuvan Shankar Raja Kunal Deshmukh [72]
Happy New Year Vishal–Shekhar Farah Khan [73]
2015 I (Dubbed version) A. R. Rahman Shankar [74]
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo Himesh Reshammiya Sooraj Barjatya [75]
Guddu Rangeela Amit Trivedi Subhash Kapoor [76][77]
Tamasha A. R. Rahman Imtiaz Ali [78]
2016 Sultan Vishal–Shekhar Ali Abbas Zafar [79]
Pink Anupam Roy Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury [80]
Madaari Vishal Bhardwaj
Sunny Bawra-Inder Bawra
Nishikant Kamat [81][82]
2017 Sachin: A Billion Dreams A. R. Rahman James Erskine [83][84]
Dear Maya Anupam Roy Sunaina Bhatnagar [85][86]
Raabta Pritam
JAM8
Dinesh Vijan Wrote three songs (two with Amitabh Bhattacharya) [87]
Mom A. R. Rahman Ravi Udyawar [88][89][90]
Jab Harry Met Sejal Pritam, Diplo Imtiaz Ali [91][92]
Newton Rachita Arora Amit V Masurkar
Tiger Zinda Hai Vishal–Shekhar Ali Abbas Zafar
2018 Sanju A.R.Rahman Rajkumar Hirani Guest lyricist (Two Songs) [93]
Fanney Khan Amit Trivedi, Tanishk Bagchi Atul Manjrekar Five Songs [94]
Zero Ajay-Atul, Tanishk Bagchi Anand L. Rai
Laila Majnu Niladri Kumar, Joi Barua Sajid Ali Nine Songs
2019 Bharat Vishal–Shekhar Ali Abbas Zafar
Kabir Singh Amaal Mallik, Vishal Mishra, Sachet–Parampara Sandeep Vanga Four songs
2020 Love Aaj Kal Pritam Imtiaz Ali All songs
2020 Shikara – The Untold Story of Kashmiri Pandits A. R. Rahman, Sandesh Shandilya, Abhay Sopori, Rohit Kulkarni Vidhu Vinod Chopra Five Songs
2021 Tadap Pritam Milan Luthria All Song [95]
Atrangi Re A. R. Rahman Aanand L. Rai [96]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award ceremony Category Film Song Result Note
2010 Mirchi Music Awards Album of the Year Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai - Nominated [97]
2011 Lyricist of the Year Rockstar "Nadaan Parinde" Nominated [98][99]
Listeners' Choice Album of the Year - Won
Album of the Year -
2012 Cocktail - Nominated [100]
2013 Aashiqui 2 - Won [101]
2014 Gunday - Nominated [102][103]
Lyricist of the Year Happy New Year "Manwa Laage" Won
2015 Tamasha "Agar Tum Saath Ho" Nominated [104]
2015 Filmfare Awards Best Lyricist Won
2016 Mirchi Music Awards Album of the Year Sultan - Nominated [105]
Lyricist of the Year "Jag Ghoomeya"
2017 Album of the Year Raabta - Nominated [106][107]
Tiger Zinda Hai -
Jab Harry Met Sejal - Won
Lyricist of the Year "Hawayein"
"Safar" Nominated
2019 Bazm-E-Urdu Dubai's Mehfil-E-Urdu Kaifi Azmi Award for Urdu Lyricist - Won [108][109][110][111]
2012 Filmfare Awards Best Lyricist Rockstar "Nadaan Parinde" Won [112]
2010 Filmfare Awards Best Lyricist Love Aaj Kal "Aaj Din Chadheya" Won [113]

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