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Mumbai : Bollywood Poet and Lyricist Rahat Indori Passes Away, Took His Last Breath in Indore

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Mumbai : Bollywood Poet and Lyricist Rahat Indori Passes Away, Took His Last Breath in Indore

Mumbai: Renowned Poet and Lyricist Rahat Indori breathes his last. He tested positive for Coronavirus

Mumbai: Renowned Rahat Indori,70 years old, and who had penned lyrics for films like Munna Bhai MBBS, Meenakshi, Khuddar, Murder, Mission Kashmir, Begum Jaan, Ishq, Ghatak, Jaanam, Sir, Aashiyaan, Main Tera Aashiq, Naaraaz and many more breathed his last today, 11th August, 2020 in Indore.

According to his son, Indori Saab complained of breathlessness and was rushed to hospital but was detected for pneumonia. But tests revealed he tested Corona positive.

He was a well-read, well-cultured, well-educated man. He did an MA in Urdu from Barkatullah University and he was honored with a PhD in Urdu Literature by Bhoj University.

Pathetically, Indori rose from extreme poverty. His father worked in a mill but due to economic recession lost his job.

He was a secular at heart and always spoke for communal harmony. One of his most famous couplets– Sabhi ka khoon hai shamil yahan ki mitti mein/ Kisi ke baap ka Hindustan thodi hai (Everybody’s blood has been mingled in the country’s soil; India isn’t someone’s ancestral property) It encapsulates the kind of person he was.

News Input by K.V.Raman

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