S M Sadiq

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S M Saddiq in Chandigarh
S M Saddiq in Chandigarh

Sheikh Muhammad Sadiq (Urdu: شیخ محمد صادق‎) is a Pakistani lyricist and poet[1] who has written more than 35,000 songs including Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi songs. He is often called Father of modern Punjabi poetry. He is famous not only in Pakistan and India but also all over the world. His poetry is sung by famous singers most notably by Legend Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

Early life and career[edit]

Sheikh Muhammad Sadiq (S.M.Sadiq) was born in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. He never went to school even. His talent was so much God-gifted, that despite being uneducated, he wrote 35,000 songs. He started his career early life and made his way. Soon, his poetry sung by Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan attained such place which other poet can only imagine. He has been in field for 40 years.

Credited for[edit]

Bewafa Sanam (1995) - Acha sila dia tune mere pyar ka, Bedardi Se Pyar Ka Sahara Na Mila Attaullah Khan Essakhilvi - Bedardi Se Pyar Ka Sahara Na Mila AttaUllah Khan Essakhilvi / Sardool Sikander - Khat tukde tukde kar dene, main saarh dena tasveera nu Othe Amla De Hone Ne Navede - Durga Rangila Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - kisay ni teri zaat puchni, mein rowan tenu yaad kar k, Kehde Ghar Jawan, Menu Yaar Di Namaz, Sukh Mahi Naal Legaya Nachattar Gill - Akhiyaan Ch Paani Sabar Koti - Sharaab Bally Sagoo / Shabnam Majeed - Dil Cheez Hai Kya Jaana Naseebo, Shoukat Ali - Kala Jorha Movie - Mel Karade Rabba


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Attaullah Khan gears up for new album". Daily Times (Pakistan). October 23, 2011. Retrieved May 27, 2012. 

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External video
(Urdu) S M Sadiq Songwriter More Than 35,000 Songs
(Urdu) SM Sadiq