Veteran lyricist Yogesh who wrote iconic songs for Anand and Rajnigandha dies at 77 – music

Veteran Bollywood lyricist Yogesh died in Mumbai on Friday. He was 77. Playback legend Lata Mangeshkar paid homage to the late lyricist on Twitter.

She wrote: “Mujhe abhi pata chala ki dil ko chunewale geet likhnewale kavi Yogesh ji ka aaj swargwas hua. Ye sunke mujhe bahut dukh hua. Yogesh ji ke likhe kai geet maine gaaye. Yogesh ji bahut shaant aur madhur swabhav ke insan the. Essential unko vinamra shraddhanjali arpan karti hun (I simply got here to know of the demise of the poet Yogesh ji whose songs touched one’s coronary heart. The information pains me. I’ve sung songs that Yogesh ji wrote. Yogesh ji was a person of light disposition. I provide him my humble tribute).”

 

 

The veteran lyricist was not maintaining properly for some time now and, in response to a report in nationalheraldindia.com, he was staying with a disciple within the Mumbai suburb of Nala Sopara.

 

A few of Yogesh’s finest lyrics have been within the movies of Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Basu Chatterjee. He wrote classics reminiscent of Zindagi Kaise Yeh Paheli and Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye in Anand. His memorable numbers embrace Rajnigandha Phool Tumhare and Kayi Baar Yun Hello Dekha Hai in Rajnigandha; Badi Sooni Sooni Hai in Mili; Jaaneman Jaaneman and Na Jaane Kyun in Chhoti Si Baat; Rimjhim Giray Saawan in Manzil; and Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuchh Kaha in Baton Baton Mein, amongst quite a few others.

 

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Born in Lucknow in 1943, Yogesh arrived in Bombay (now Mumbai) of the sixties to be a poet and in addition a lyricist in movies. His first Bollywood break was as a lyricist within the movie Sakhi Robin (1962). He penned six songs for the movie directed by BJ Patel and starring Rajan Kapoor, Nilofar and Babu Raje.

Yogesh continued working into his late seventies. In actual fact, his final work is within the 2018 launch, Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain, which featured Sanjay Mishra, Anshuman Jha and Shivani Raghivanshi. Yogesh wrote two songs for the movie’s soundtrack that have been composed by Pravin Kunwar.

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