S. H. Bihari

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Shamsul Huda Bihari (S. H. Bihari) (d. 1987) was an Indian songwriter and poet whose work was widely recorded and used in Bollywood movies during the latter half of the 20th century.[1]

Bihari was born in Arrah, Bihar, India. He lived at Madhupur, Deoghar dist. in Jharkhand, his ancestral villa still existing in Madhupur.[1] He died in 1987.[2]

Career[edit]

Bihari is best known for writing lyrics for films in Hindi and Urdu and was also fluent in Bengali.[1] In 1985, along with the lyrics for the songs, Bihari also wrote the script for the film Pyaar Jhukta Nahin.[3]

In 2006, poet, lyricist and screenwriter Javed Akhtar cited Bihari as a role-model, describing him as a "mindblowing … poet whom no one remembers today".[4]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Song(s)[5]
2005 Pervert! "Deewana Hua Badal"
(Originally featured in 1964 film Kashmir Ki Kali)
1996 Fire "Aa Jaa Zara Mere Dil Ke Sahare"
1989 Do Qaidi "Yeh Chali Woh Chali Churake Le Chali"
1989 Kasam Suhaag Ki "Aa, Aa Galey Lag Jaa"
1988 Janam Janam "Janam Janam Ki Pyasi Aankhiyan"
1987 Aulad "Raastey Ka Maal Saastey Mein"
1987 Jawab Hum Denge "Banjaran Main Banjaran"
"Hairaan Hoon Main Aap Ki Zulfon Ko Dekh Kar"
"Teri Aankh Mastaani"
"Jab Miya Biwi Mein Takrar Hoti Hai"
"Mere Kis Kasoor Per"
1986 Mazloom "Kal Ho Na Ho Jahan Me Yeh Chand Yeh Sitarey"
"Aao Karib Aao, Naiyo Door Door Jao"
"Ankh Pe Dhoop Ka Chasma"
"Kal Hamare Ghar Teri Baarat Ayegi"
"Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday"
1986 Asli Naqli
1986 Muddat "Mere dil me kya, pyar hee pyar, mujhey chahiye kya, pyar hee pyar"
"Pyar hamara amar rahega, yaad karega jahan"
1985 Pyaar Jhukta Nahin[3] "Chahe Lakh Toofan Ayen"
"Tumse Milkar Na Jane"
"Ho Dilbar Janiye"
"Tumhein Apna Sathi"
1984 Insaaf Kaun Karega "Meherbanon Ko Mera Salaam Aakhri"
"Haathkadiyan Pehnoongi"
"Ikraar Kare Kis Se, Inkaar Kare Kis Ko"
"Tujhe Dekhein Bina Dil Nahin Mane"
"Insaaf Kare Karega"
1984 Apna Bhi Koi Hota "Duniya Ke Bananewale"
"Zara Pyar Ke Safar Mein"
"Chhoti Si Yeh Duniya Ke Mehmaan Khuda Hafiz"
"Ae Ma, Tere Milne Se"
"Dal Pe Jaise Betke Panchi"
"Har Mandir Ek Veerana Hai"
1978 Khoon Ka Badla Khoon
1974 Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye "Chain Se Hamko Kabhi Aapne Jeene Na Diya"
"Ek Tu Hai Piya Jis Pe Dil Aa Gaya"
1972 Bees Saal Pehle
1971 Jaane-Anjaane "Jaane Anjaane Log Mile, Magar Na Koi Mila Apna"
1970 Aag Aur Daag "Yeh Pyaar Ka Jagda Hai Toh Pyaarse Tey Kijiye"
"Chholi Bheegi Lat Bheegi, Bheega Mera Badan"
"Humse Badkar Kaun Hoga Aap Ka Deewana"
"Tere Is Pyaar Ka Shukriya Mere Meherbaan"
1970 Puraskar
1970 Pagla Kahin Ka[6]
1969 The Thief of Baghdad "Mujko Diwana Kar Gaye"
"Kisika Agar Tumko Dil Lootna Hai"
"Hum Tumse Mohabbat Kartein Hain"
"Humko Bhi Marna Hai, Tumko Bhi Marna Hai"
1969 Shatranj[7]
1968 Kismat "Kajra Mohabbat Wala"
"Lakhon Hain Yahan Dilwale"
"Aankhon Mein Qayamat Ke Kajal"
"One Two Three Baby"
1968 Duniya "Duniya Isika Naam Hai, Duniya Isiko Kahetey Hain"
1968 Humsaya "O Kanhaiya, Kanhaiya, Kanhaiya"
"Aaja Mere Pyar Ke Sahare"
1968 Jhuk Gaya Aasman
1967 C.I.D. 909 "Yaar badshah, yaar dilruba"
"Dhadka to hoga dil jaroor"
"Jaane tamanna kya kar dala"
1967 Chand Par Chadayee[8]
1966 Mohabbat Zindagi Hai[7] "Raaton Ko Chori Chori"
"Na Jaane Kyon", "Mehfil Mein"
"Tumhari Mulaqat Se"
"Yeh Purnoor Chehra"
"Nazar Nazar Se Milaao"
"Tum Sab Se Haseen Ho"
"Kyar Cheez Ho Zaalim"
1966 Sawan Ki Ghata "Zara Haulle Haulle Challo Mere Sajna"
"Zulfon Ko Hata Le Chehre Se"
"Aaj Koi Pyar Se"
"Meri Jaan Tum Pe Sadhke"
"Jo Dil Ki Tadap Na Jane"
"Khuda Huzoor Ko Meri Bhi Zindagi De De"
1966 Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi "Yehi Woh Jagah Hai"
"Phir Miloge Kabhi, Is Baat Ka Wada Karlo"
"Aap Se Maine Meri Jaan Mohabbat Ki Hai"
"Main Shayad Tumhare Liye Ajnabi Hoon"
"Mera Pyar Woh Hai Ke"
1964 Kashmir Ki Kali[9][10] "Diwana Huwa Badal"
"Hai Duniya Usi Ki"
"Isharon Isharon"
"Meri Jaan Balle"
"Subhan Allah"
"Tarif Karun Kya Uski"
"Kisi Na Kisise Kabhi Na Kabhi"
"Balamaa Khulii Havaa Me"
1962 Ek Musafir Ek Hasina "Bahut Shukriya Badi Meherbani"
"Mujhe Dekhkar Aapka Muskurana"
1962 Isi Ka Naam Duniya Hai[7]
1958 Dilli Ka Thug[11] "Seekh Le Baabu Pyaar Ka Jaadu"
"Yeh Bahaar Yeh Samaan Yeh Jhoomti Jawaaniyaan"
1957 Yahudi Ki Ladki
1956 Inspector[7]
1956 Ek Jhalak "Yeh Hansta Hua Karvaan Zindagi Ka Na Poochho Chala Hai Kidhar"
1955 Bahu[7]
1955 Bandish[7]
1954 Shart "Na Yeh Chand Hoga, Na Taare Rahege"
"Dekho Wo Chaand Chhupke Karta Hai Kya Ishaare"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Shamshul Huda Bihari". Musicopedia. Radio City. Retrieved 13 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Somaaya, Bhawana (2003). The Story So Far. Indian Express Group. p. 161. 
  3. ^ a b Rajiv Vijayakar (29 October 2010). "Golden Year gets Silver sheen". Mumbai: Indian Express. Retrieved 12 July 2012. 
  4. ^ "'Don' could be remade on larger scale: Javed Akhtar". Hindustan Times. New Delhi. HT Syndication. 12 May 2006. Retrieved 13 July 2012. 
  5. ^ "HMV India Artist Details S H Bihari". Saregama/HMV India. 
  6. ^ Bhugra, Dinesh (2006). Mad tales from Bollywood. Psychology Press. p. 276. ISBN 9781841696461. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f Hanif Zaveri (2005). Mehmood, a Man of Many Moods. Popular Prakashan. p. 211. ISBN 8179912132. 
  8. ^ Cowie, Peter & Elley, Derek (1977). World Filmography: 1967. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. p. 259. ISBN 9780498015656. 
  9. ^ Rajiv Vijayakar (26 August 2011). "Mr Music". Indian Express. Retrieved 12 July 2012. 
  10. ^ Mahaan, Deepak (10 June 2012). "Kashmir Ki Kali (1964)". The Hindu. Retrieved 10 July 2012. 
  11. ^ "Dilli Ka Thug Album liner". HMV India. Retrieved 18 July 2012. 

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