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- Some composers and lyricists work closely together on a song, with each having an input into both words and tune. Usually a lyricist fills in the words...
- 16 May 1977) is a Tamil lyricist, poet and actor who predominantly work in Tamil movie. He won the Vijay Award for Best Lyricist for the song 'Aaathangara...
- Vivek Velmurugan known by his stage name Vivek is an Indian lyricist working on Tamil language films. After making his debut in Enakkul Oruvan (2015),...
- Kanu****la Subhash Chandrabose is an Indian lyricist and playback singer who works in Telugu films. Chandrabose wrote lyrics for about 3300 songs in over...
- leading lyricist in Hindi films, writing the lyrics for over 500 films (4,000 songs). According to Sameer, his inspirations have been lyricists Majrooh...
- classic song of Bollywood. In the days when composers would recommend lyricists to producers, Shankar-Jaikishan once promised Shailendra that they would...
- credited as Yogesh, (March 19, 1943 – May 29, 2020), was an Indian writer and lyricist. He was known for his contributions to Bollywood, and possibly his best...
- ****an Lyricist Awards (日本作詩大賞, Nihon Sakushi Taishō, lit. "****an Versification Grand Prix") is an annual set of awards sponsored by the ****an Lyricists' ****ociation...
- Thamarai (தாமரை) is a po****r Tamil lyricist, poet and Tamil journalist. She predominantly works in the Tamil film industry. 2003 Penn 2009 Latchiyam 2013...
- their career as lyricists. David Dhawan roped them in for the film Hum Kisise Kum Nahin (2002). Sajid-Farhad first tasted success as lyricists with the song...