अजय देवगन ने ‘मनोज मुंतशिर’ की नई कविता में बयां किया वीर जवानों की शहादत की भावुक कर देने वाली कहानी बॉलीवुड में अपने दमदार अभिनय का लोहा मनवाने वाले एक्टर अजय देवगन इंडस्ट्री के जाने माने एक्टर हैं। अजय ने अपने करियर में अबतक कई तरह के रोल को पर्दे पर जिया है। अजय न सिर्फ एक अच्छे एक्टर …Read More »
Manoj Muntashir (born Manoj Shukla, 27 February 1976), is an Indian lyricist, poet and screenwriter. Following script writing for Kaun Banega Crorepati, the Indian version of British Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, he wrote several successful Hindi songs for films. These have included "Galliyan", "Tere Sang Yaara", "Kaun Tujhe", "Dil Meri Na Sune", "Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga" and "Teri Mitti". He wrote the Hindi scripts for the dubbed productions of the Telugu film Baahubali 2 and was subsequently commissioned to do the same for the Hollywood production of Black Panther. Manoj Muntashir was born on 27 February 1976 as Manoj Shukla into a farming family in Gauriganj, Amethi, Uttar Pradesh, India, where he attended a convent school. After graduating from Allahabad University in 1999 he moved to Mumbai to seek work, and subsequently entered the TV and film scene following an opportunity given to him by Amitabh Bachchan to write for Kaun Banega Crorepati, the Indian version of British Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Muntashir has written the lyrics of several Hindi film songs including "Galliyan" from Ek Villain, "Tere Sang Yaara" from Rustom, "Kaun Tujhe" from M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story and "Dil Meri Na Sune" from the film "Genius". He has frequently voiced concerns with regards to acknowledgments to song and script writers. His lyrics to "Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga"(2017), a song which registered more than four million views through unofficial versions prior to its official release, were originally compiled for his wife in 2001. When he failed to receive acknowledgement for the song, he voiced that he didn't "know why certain people can't accept an age old fact that lyricists have an equal amount of contribution in making a song successful". Following a nomination for the 2020 Filmfare award for best lyrics for the song 'Teri Mitti' from the 2019 film Kesari, he tweeted his disappointment when the award went to someone else.