By correspondent | PUBLISHED: 03, Jan 2011, 18:32 pm IST | UPDATED: 22, Nov 2012, 20:59 pm IST
Whether it be human relationships, introspective thoughts, worldly preachings or the hard stark reality it all comes out beautifully from Sandeep Nath's pen. Sandeep Nath who was once a journalist handling crime wouldn’t have ever imagined of moving into a softer field of writing poetry. He is a person with many a creative dimensions to his personality.
He is a lyricist, poet, shayer and screen writer. He is a renowned Indian film and literature personality. He started writing at the age of twelve and started his career as a poet /shayer at the age of eighteen.
Since then he has more than two excellent books to his credit namely “Mujhko Kuch Bhi Naam Doh”, a collection of Hindi poetries, “Darpan Ab Bhi Andha Hai”, a collection of Ghazals. In his Indian film career he has already written lyrics for more than thirty well known Bollywood films.
Sandeep Nath was born and brought up in a respected Bengali family in Uttar Pradesh and holds a Law graduate degree from Allahabad.
He started journalism during his studies & still writes though not on his earlier beat.; He has written more than thousand articles in different news papers as well as magazines too.Nath worked in editorial department in different news in U.P & Delhi. He then went to make Mumbai his home and is there for last fifteen years.
Lyricists work hand in hand with singers, musicians and directors.Sandeep has worked with renowned Bollywood film personalities such as Lata Mangeskar, Asha Bhonsle, Sukhvindar Singh, Shaan, Kunal Ganjawala, Kailash Kher, Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghosal, Ram Gopal Varma, Sanjay Leela Bhanshali, Madhur Bhandarkar, Pritam, Monty Sharma, Salim Suleman, Shamir Tandon & many other creative people.
He received the “Stardust Award” for his outstanding performance as a lyricist for the film “Saawariya”.
He has written golden words in lyrics in many a hit Bollywood films like Bhoot, Paisa Vasool, Page 3, Sarkar, Saawariya, Sarkar Raj, Fashion, Wada Raha, Jail which provided him fame and acclaim.