Sayeed Quadri

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Sayeed Quadri is a poet and Bollywood lyricist. He was born in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. He won the Best Lyricist award at the 6th IIFA Awards for Murder.[1] and Standout Performance by Lyricist at the Stardust Awards 2005 for Murder.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Movie Name Date of Release Status
Jism January 17, 2003 Released
Saaya July 4, 2003 Released
Paap January 30, 2004 Released
Murder April 2, 2004 Released
Rog January 7, 2005 Released
Zeher March 25, 2005 Released
Nazar May 20, 2005 Released
Bach Ke Rehna Re baba June 3, 2005 Released
Fareb July 8, 2005 Released
Kalyug December 9, 2005 Released
Aisa kyu hota hai February 17, 2006 Released
Gangster April 28, 2006 Released
Bas Ek Pal September 15, 2006 Released
Woh Lamhe September 29, 2006 Released
Zindaggi Rocks October 6, 2006 Released
Sarhad Paar November 23, 2006 Released
Anwar January 12, 2007 Released
Life in a... Metro May 11, 2007 Released
The Train June 8, 2007 Released
Awarapan June 29, 2007 Released
Dhokha August 31, 2007 Released
Aggar (2007 film) September 14, 2007 Released
Bhool Bhulaiyaa October 12, 2007 Released
Showbiz December 28, 2007 Released
Jannat May 16, 2008 Released
Kismat Konnection July 18, 2008 Released
Raaz – The Mystery Continues January 23, 2009 Released
Billu February 13, 2009 Released
Tum Mile November 13, 2009 Released
De Dana Dan November 27, 2009 Released
Toh Baat Pakki! February 19, 2010 Released
Lamhaa July 16, 2010 Released
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji January 28, 2011 Released
Murder 2 July 8, 2011 Released
Blood Money March 30, 2012 Released
Jannat 2 May 4, 2012 Released
Barfi! September 14, 2012 Released
Rush October 26, 2012 Released
Murder 3 February 15, 2013 Released
I Love New Year July 26, 2013 Released
Khamoshiyan January 30, 2015 Released
Ki and Ka January 30, 2016 Released
Traffic January 30, 2016 Released
Year Award Category Outcome Capacity Work Notes
2003 TATA Info Award TATA Info Award for Best Best Lyrics Won Lyricist
2004 IIFA Award IIFA Award for Best Lyrics Won Lyricist "Bheege Honth Tere" from Murder
2005 Stardust Award Stardust Award for Best Lyrics Won Lyricist
2005 MTV Immies Award MTV Immies Award forBest Dialogue Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IIFA awards 2005". iifa.com. Retrieved 2012-07-21. 
  2. ^ "Stardust awards 2005". 

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