Kausar Munir

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Kausar Munir
Born
NationalityIndia
Occupationlyricist and screen writer

Kausar Munir is an Indian lyricist and screen writer in Bollywood.[1]

Early life[edit]

She was born and brought up in Bandra, Mumbai. She graduated in English Literature from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.[2] She always had a passion for music and songs.

Kausar Munir is married to Naveen Pandita from 2001. They have a daughter Sophie Pandita.

Career[edit]

Kausar started working in media and started doing some research work. Kausar Munir is a lyricist who started her career in television with writing for the television serial Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin. She went on to write Falak Tak for the film Tashan, followed by songs for Ishaqzaade, Ek Tha Tiger, Dhoom 3, "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", "Dear Zindagi" She has also worked as a language consultant for the film English Vinglish. She has penned down several lyrics for Bollywood movies and is also working as script writer.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Nomination: Album of The Year Mirchi Music Awards (2017) for Secret Superstar
  • Nomination: Lyricist of The Year Mirchi Music Awards (2017) for "Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin (Duet)" from Meri Pyaari Bindu
  • Nomination: Best Lyricist Filmfare Awards(2016)
  • Nomination: Best Lyricist Screen Awards (2016)
  • Nomination: Best Lyricist Filmfare Awards(2014)
  • Nomination: Lyricist of The Year Mirchi Music Awards (2014) for "Suno Na Sangemarmar" from Youngistaan
  • Nomination: Album of The Year Mirchi Music Awards (2012) for Ishaqzaade
  • Winner: Best Lyricist Stardust Awards (2014)
  • Winner: Best Lyricist Star Screen Awards (2014)
  • Winner : Best Lyricist Zee Cine Award(2013)
  • Winner : Standout Performance By Lyricist Stardust Award(2013)
  • Winner : Standout Performance By Lyricist Stardust Award(2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kausar Munir on being a female lyricist and writing for Salman Khan".
  2. ^ "Kausar Munir : When I was a child and asked what did I want to be…I said "I want to be happy"". Hindustan Times. 2013-01-28. Retrieved 2014-06-21.
  3. ^ http://doonlitfest.in/?page_id=12
  4. ^ "Kausar Munir Filmography".

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