Bharat Vyas

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Bharat Vyas (1918–1982) was a noted Indian lyricist who wrote the songs for Hindi films in 1950s and 1960s.

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Biography

Bharat Vyas was born in Bikaner in the state of Rajasthan on 6 January 1918 in Pushkarna Brahmin family. 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 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 wrote the lyrics for film Mata Mahakali (1968); a song is "Jo ugta hai be dhalta hai"

Some of his evergreen poems:

He died on 4 July 1982 in Mumbai. His younger brother was the actor Brij Mohan Vyas (1920–2013). [1]

Filmography

Some of films for which he wrote songs are: [2]

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References

  1. http://maitrimanthan.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/b-m-vyas/
  2. 1 2 "Lyricsindia Profile" . Retrieved 24 April 2013.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)