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A M Turaz

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Nationality  Indian
Years active  2001-present

Name  A. Turaz
Role  Poet
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Born  19 September 1981 (age 34) (1981-09-19) Muzaffarnagar, UP
Occupation  Lyricist, Film Writer, Creative Director & Poet
Movies  Guzaarish, Jail, Direct Ishq, Vaada Raha I
Similar People  Sandeep Nath, Sharib Sabri, Vibhu Puri, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Shernaz Patel

A.M. Turaz is an Indian poet and lyricist in who has worked in television and film. He has written the lyrics for a number of Bollywood films including Kudiyon Ka Hai Zamaana of 2007, The Unforgettable of 2009 and Guzaarish of 2010. The songs "Aayat", "Kabhi Jo Baadal Barse", "Tera Zikr", "Udi" and "Tere Liye Mere Kareem" being the most well known.


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Early life

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A. M. Turaz was born in a Muslim family on 19 September, 1975 at Sambhaleheda village in Miranpur Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. After completing his studies, he came to Mumbai to become a writer.


  • Mirchi Award 2017
  • Career

    Turaz started his career by writing for television in 2005. After writing scripts for soaps as assistant writer, his first assignment in Mumbai was writing lyrics for film Kudiyon Ka Hai Zamana in 2006. This was followed by Jail, Guzarish, Chakravyuh and Jackpot. His songs like "Udi.." and "Kabhi Jo Badal Barse" got lot of attention. Turaz written Chakravyuh song "Tata, Birla, Ambani". On this song producer Prakash Jha got legal notice from Birla and Ambani. He was criticised due to his lyrics in film Chakravyuh.


  • Lamhe (लम्हे), an anthology of Hindi poetry was published by Poets Corner Group.
  • Filmography

    The following films feature lyrics by A. M. Turaz:


    A. M. Turaz Wikipedia

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