Bollywood songs provide commentary on pretty much every aspect of Indian life, from love and friendship to politics and social issues. The film industry’s musical creations continually surpass its independent and alternative counterparts, both in terms of popularity and influence.
Gulzar has been recognized for movies that are insightful, romantic and yet exceptionally flourishing. They are a greeting release from the aggressive movies that packed the 1970s and 80s. First as the full-time subordinate of Bimal Roy, he became one of the premium playwrights and rhymesters of Hindi films. Gulzar possesses a lengthy catalog of unforgettable movies like Anand, Koshish, Parichay, Achanak, Namak Haram, Khushboo, Chupke Chupke, Aandhi, Mausam, Kitaab, Masoom, New Delhi Times, Ijaazat, Rudaali, Maachis and many more. Gulzar won Filmfare Awards for his best piece of work in the movies like Saathia and Anand.
Famous and extensively appreciated screenwriter, Prayag Raj had an extensive writer-artist alliance with Big-B, Amitabh Bachchan ever since the 70s. His piece of work includes films like Amar Akbar Anthony, Parvarish, Suhaag, Naseeb, Desh Premi, Coolie, Giraftaar, Mard, Ganga Jamuna Saraswati, Ajooba and Zamaanat.
Ismat Chughtai was an Indian Urdu language writer. Beginning in the 1930s, she wrote on themes like female sexuality and femininity, middle-class gentility, and class conflict, often from a Marxist perspective.she won Filmfare honor for preeminent Story of Garam Hawa. She added most brilliant movies are Arzoo, Sone Ki Chidia and Junoon, in which she too had television appearance.
Sachin Bhowmick was an Indian Hindi film writer and director. Writing was his main work and he wrote stories or screenplays for over 94 films. He is best remembered for directing the light romantic black comedy classic Raja Rani.
Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, popularly known as K. A. Abbas, was an Indian film director, screenwriter, novelist, and a journalist in the Urdu, Hindi and English languages. He won four National Film Awards in India.He started his journey as a journalist. He joined “National Call” which was a newspaper from Delhi after he finished his B.A. When he was pursuing law, he started a student weekly “Aligarh Opinion”. After his graduation, he joined Bombay Chronicle in 1935 and then joined Bombay Talkies as a publicist in 1936.