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  • Gulzar Sampooran Singh

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    44Mainstream Hindi-Urdu director and writer 
    55born in Deena, Jhelum Dist. (now Pakistan). 
    6 Started as a poet associated with the PWA; 
    7 became Bimal Roy’s lyricist (Mora gora ang 
    8 lai in Bandini, 1963), then his full-time 
     6Started as a poet associated with the [[PWA]]; 
     7became [[Bimal Roy]]’s lyricist (Mora gora ang 
     8lai in [[Bandini]], 1963), then his full-time 
    99assistant. Wrote scripts and lyrics for several 
    10 film-makers (Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Asit 
    11 Sen, Basu Chatterjee, Buddhadev Dasgupta, 
    12 Kumar Shahani etc). First film: Mere Apne, a 
    13 remake of Tapan Sinha’s Apanjan (1968). 
     10film-makers ([[Hrishikesh Mukherjee]], [[Asit 
     11Sen]], [[Basu Chatterjee]], [[Buddhadev Dasgupta]], 
     12[[Kumar Shahani]] etc). First film: [[Mere Apne,]] a 
     13remake of [[Tapan Sinha]]’s [[Apanjan]] (1968). 
    1414Though himself an Urdu writer, claims strong 
    1515influence of Bengali literature. Made one film 
    1616based on a Saratchandra Chattopadhyay novel 
    1717(Khushboo) and two on Samaresh Basu’s 
    18 writing (Kitaab, Namkeen). Finished S. 
    19 Sukhdev’s last film Shaira, a documentary on 
    20 Meena Kumari. He describes his cinema as a ‘ 
     18writing (Kitaab, Namkeen). Finished [[S. 
     19Sukhdev]]’s last film Shaira, a documentary on 
     20[[Meena Kumari]]. He describes his cinema as a ‘ 
    2121study of human beings ... interesting human 
    2222relationships in different aspects, different 
    2727from the Panchtantra in Hindi. Writes his own 
    2828scripts and prolific dialogue writer as well as 
    29 lyricist (e.g. Ashirwad, 1968; Khamoshi, 
     29lyricist (e.g. [[Ashirwad]], 1968; [[Khamoshi]], 
    30301969; Safar, 1970; Gharonda and Khatta 
    31 Meetha, both 1977; Masoom, 1982). 
     31Meetha, both 1977; [[Masoom]], 1982). 
    3333'''FILMOGRAPHY''': 1971: Mere Apne; 1972: