Lyricists

 

S.H.Bihari

Old music lovers know him as a creator of Na ye chand hoga na tare rahenge
and young generation love him for the lyrics of sizzling jara haule haule chalo more sajna

Favourite shayar of OP Nayyar. Shamshul Huda Bihari, S. H. Bihari, was born 1922 in Ara district Bihar and died 25 Feb 1987. He wrote (for most of his life) in Urdu, though he was fluent in Bengali as well.

Filmpgraphy:

# Fire (1996) (lyricist: "Ek Ho Gaye Hum Aur Tum")
# Shoorveer (1988) (lyricist)
# Asli Naqli (1986) (lyricist)
# Pyaar Jhukta Nahin (1985) (lyricist)
# Teri Meherbaniyan (1985) (lyricist)
# Jaggu 1975
# Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye (1974) (lyricist)
# Ek Bar Mooskura Do (1972) (lyricist)
# Jaane Anjane (1971) (lyricist)
# Bhai Bhai (1970) (lyricist)
# Pagla Kahin Ka (1970) (lyricist)
# Bhai Bahen (1969) (lyricist)
... aka Brother and Sister
# Shatranj (1969) (lyricist)
# Dil Aur Mohabbat (1968) (lyricist)
# Duniya (1968) (lyricist)
# Humsaya (1968) (lyricist)
# Kismat (1968) (lyricist)
# Sapnon Ka Saudagar (1968) (lyricist) (as Behari)
# Chand Par Chadayee (1967) (lyricist)
... aka Trip to the Moon
# Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi (1966) (lyricist)
# Mohabbat Zindagi Hai (1966) (lyricist)
... aka Love Is Life (India: English title)
# Sawan Ki Ghata (1966) (lyricist)
# Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi (1966) (lyricist)
... aka This Night Will Not Come Again
# Kashmir Ki Kali (1964) (lyricist)
# Ek Musafir Ek Hasina (1962) (lyricist)
# Dulhan (1958) (lyricist) (as Bihari)
# Ghar Sansar (1958) (lyricist)
... aka Homelife (International: English title)
# Mehndi (1958) (lyricist)
# Ek Jhalak (1957) (lyricist)
# Hill Station (1957) (lyricist)
# Arab Ka Saudagar (1956) (lyricist)
# Inspector (1956) (lyricist)
# Bahu (1955) (lyricist)
# Bindiya (1955) (lyricist)
# Sangam (1954) (lyricist)
... aka Confluence (International: English title)
# Shart (1954) (lyricist)

Shamshul Huda Bihari (S. H. Bihari) was a songwriter and poet whose work was widely recorded and used in Bollywood movies during the latter half of the 20th century.

Shamshul Huda Bihari (S. H. Bihari) was born in 1922 in the district of Ara in the East Indian state of Bihar and died on 25 Feb 1987 of a heart attack. He studied in Calcutta, at Presidency College and graduated with a BA.  He wrote love poems and songs (for most of his life) in Urdu and Hindi, he was also fluent in Bengali.  As a youngster, he played football in Calcutta for Mohan Bagan.  His brother Huda Bihari was a director (Jogi) and producer (Do Badan, Isi Ka Naam Duniya Hai ).
 
In 1947, he moved to Bombay from Calcutta, where he'd been living and studying. For the rest of his life, he wrote, with varying success, for the Hindi/Urdu film industry. In the late fifties and sixties, his work, particularly his partnership with composer O.P. Nayyar and the singer Asha Bhosle was exceptionally popular and the old catalogue continues to sell. With the decline in romantic movies during the seventies, his recorded work was limited though he continued to write throughout the period.
 
Some of his popular songs:
 
   1. dekho woh chaand chhupke karta hai kya ishaare (Shart, 1953)
   2. na yeh chaand hoga na taare rahenge magar ham hamesha tumhaare rahenge (Shart, 1953)
   3. yeh hansta hua karvaan zindagi ka na poochho chala hai kidhar (Ek Jhalak, 1956)
   4. bahut shukriya badi mehrbaani meri zindagi mein huzoor aap aaye (Ek Musafir Ek Haseena,
       1962)
   5. taarif karoon kya uski jisne tujhe banaya (Kashmir Ki Kali, 1964)
   6. zara haule haule chalo more saajna ham bhi peechhe hain tumhaare (Sawan Ki Ghata, 1966)
   7. yehi woh jagah hai yehi woh fiza hai jahaan par (Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi, 1966)
   8. kajra mohabbatwaala ankhiyon mein aisa daala kajre ne le lee meri jaan (Kismat, 1968)

Milestones
 
Shart (‘53)
Arab Ka Saudagar (‘56)
Ek Musafir Ek Hasina (‘62)
Kashmir ki Kali (‘64)
Sawan ki Ghata (‘66)
Kismat (‘68)
Ek Baar Muskura Do (‘72)
Pyar Jhukta Nahin (‘85)
Love 86 (‘86)

1950's

Dilruba (1950) Music: Gyan Dutt

   1. hamne khaayi hai mohabbat mein jawaani ki qasam (Geeta Dutt, G M Durrani)
   2. hato hato jee aati hai ham (Pramodini Patkar, Shamshad Begum)

 
Bedardi (1951) Music: Roshan Lal

   1. aankhon se poochh lo ki jinhe intazaar hai (Geeta Dutt)
   2. more tumse ho ho tore mujhse ulajh gaye naina (Geeta Dutt)

 
Nirdosh (1951) Music: Shyam Sundar

   1. gaye woh mere dil ko (Shamshad Begum)

 
Khubsoorat (1952) Music: Madan Mohan Kumar

   1.beech bajariya mori chunariya sar se sarki jaaye (Asha Bhonsle)

 
Nishan Danka (1952) Music: Basant Prakash

   1. shaam suhaani nadi ke kinaare chalne lage (Geeta Dutt, Talat Mehmood)
   2. yeh chheda hai kisne mere dil ka taar (Geeta Dutt)

 
Rangeela (1953) Music: Jamal Sen

   1. naram naram yeh garam garam yeh chane (Mohammed Rafi)
   2. shubh din aaye ho shubh din (Asha Bhonsle, Mohammed Rafi)

 Teri Meherbaniya (1985) Music:

   1. aag lag tan man mein (Asha Bhosle)
   2. aanchal udaaya maine chali purwaayi (Kavitha Krishnamurthy, Shabbir Kumar)
   3. aayi jawaani mori chunariya (Kavitha Krishnamurthy)
   4. dil beqaraar tha dil beqaraar hai (Anuradha Paudwal, Shabbir Kumar)
   5. teri mehrbaaniyan teri kadardaaniyaan (Shabbir Kumar)

 
Naseeb apna apna (1986) Music:

   1. bahaaron ki rangeeniyaaan (Shabbir Kumar)
   2. bhala hai bura hai jaisa bhi hai (Lata Mangeshkar)
   3. ek ek aankh meri sawa laakh di (Asha Bhosle)
   4. pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar ( )
   5. zindagi ki jhoomti gaati (Asha Bhosle, Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Aziz)

 
Pyar Kiya Hai Pyar Karenge (1986) Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal

   1. dard dekar aise kyon dard ka ahesaas diya hai (Shabbir Kumar)

 
Aulaad (1987) Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal

   1. apni bahaar deke sajaake kisika ghar (Mohammed Rafi)
   2. aulaad ab kahaan teri tera to laadla (Mohammed Aziz)
   3. hua savera panchhi jaage sheetal pavan chale (Kavitha Krishnamurthy)
   4. patthar dil sab duniyawaale (Kavitha Krishnamurthy)
   5. raste ka maal saste mein (Usha Mangeshkar)
   6. tan tan tanghadi mein baj gaye das (Kavitha Krishnamurthy)
   7. to phir ho jaaye ho jaaye (Kavitha Krishnamurthy, Kishore Kumar Ganguly)


 Jawab hum denge (1987) Music:

   1. hairaan hoon main aapki zulfon ko dekh kar (Anuradha Paudwal, Shabbir Kumar)
   2. mere kis kasoor par (Kavitha Krishnamurthy)

 
Mard Ki Zabaan (1987) Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal

   1. gagan jhume qadam choome (Shabbir Kumar)
   2. lo aa gaya hero jee bhar ke dekhiye (S Janaki, Kishore Kumar Ganguly)
   3. samajh samajh kar samajh ko samjho (Alka Yagnik, Manhar Udhas)

 
Kab Tak Chup Rahungi (1988) Music: Bappi Lahiri

   1. dil tod ke mat jaiyo barsaat ka mausam hai (Kavitha Krishnamurthy)

 
Shoorveer (1988) Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal
 
Do Qaidi (1989) Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal