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Bharat Vyas (1918–1983) was a noted Indian lyricist who wrote the songs for Hindi films in 1950s and 1960s.

BiographyEdit

Bharat Vyas was born in Bikaner in the state of Rajasthan on 06 January 1918. He studied B. Com at Calcutta and after completing his studies he came to Bombay. His first film as lyricist was Duhaai (1943). He was the writer of the immortal prayer song, ‘Ae Malik Tere Bande Hum’ and 'Ye Kaun Chitrakar Hai'. He directed a Bollywood film Rangila Rajasthan (1949) for which he wrote the lyrics and composed three songs.He also gave the lyrics for film Mata Mahakali (1968);A great song is "Jo ugta hai be dhalta hai"

Some of his evergreen poetries:

1. Daulat ke jhoote nashe me jo choor (Oonchi Haveli) 2. Aa laut ke aaja mere meet (Rani Rupmati) 3. Nirbal se ladaai balwan ki (Toofan Aur Diya) 4. Aay maalik tere bande hum (Do Aankhen Baara Haath) 5. Saanjh ho gai prabhu (Jai Chitor) 6. Maine peena seekh liya (Goonj Uthi Shehnaai) 7. Tere sur aur mere geet (Goonj Uthi Shehnaai) 8. Kahe do koi na kare yahan pyar (Goonj Uthi Shehnaai) 9. Dil ka khillona haye toot gaya (Goonj Uthi Shehnaai) 10. Haan diwaana hoon maye (Saranga) 11. Saranga teri yaad me (Saranga) 12. Tu chhupi hai kahan (Navrang) 13. Aadha hai chandrama (Navrang) 14. Tum mere maye teri (Navrang) 15. Aaj madhuvatas dole (Stree) 16. O nirdayee preetam (Stree) 17. Rain bhaye so ja re panchhi (Ram Rajya) 18. Jyot se jyot jagaate chalo (Sant Gyaneshwar) 19. Tum gagan ke chandrama ho (Sati Savitri) 20. Jeevan dor tumhi sang baandhi (Sati Savitri)

He died on 4 July 1982 in Mumbai.

His younger brother was the actor Brij Mohan Vyas (1920–2013) . [1]

FilmographyEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://maitrimanthan.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/b-m-vyas/
  2. ^ a b "Lyricsindia Profile". Retrieved 24 April 2013.