Manoj Muntashir biography Personal Life
|Profession||Lyricist, Poet, and Screenwriter|
|Date of Birth||27 February 1976|
|Sun Sign||Not Known|
|Birth Place||Gauriganj, Amethi, Uttar Pradesh|
|Hometown||Gauriganj, Amethi, Uttar Pradesh|
|School||HAL School Korwa|
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|Height (approx.)||Centimeters 173 cm|
Meters 1.73 m
Feet inches 5’ 8”
|Weight (approx.)||75 Kg|
Manoj Muntashir Family
Manoj Muntashir Affair / Controversies
|Controversies||Read Below/Not Known|
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Manoj Muntashir Favorite
|Poets||Majrooh Sultanpuri, Sahir Ludhianvi, Mirza Ghalib|
|Lyricists||Shailendra, Santosh Anand|
|Actor||Shah Rukh Khan|
|Singer||Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan|
|Poems||‘Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein’ by Sahir Ludhianvi, ‘Parchhaiyan’ by Sahir Ludhianvi|
Net Worth/ Awards / Car / Salary / Hobbies
|Famous Lyrics||Read Below|
|Awards||• IIFA Award for Best Lyricist|
• Guild Award for Best Lyrics
• Indian Telly Jury Award for Best Script Writer (Non-Fiction)
And Many More Read Below
|Salary (approx.)||Rs. 3-4 Crore/Film|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$7 million|
|Hobbies||Singing, Playing Guitar, Writing, and Poems|
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Manoj Muntashir Biography in Details
Manoj Muntashir Wiki/Bio:
In today’s Biography, we will talk about the famous Indian lyricist and writer Manoj Muntashir. By the way, he is not interested in any identity today. he has written songs and dialogues for many films. Along with this, he has also done a lot of work on television scripts. In the Hindi version of the superhit film ‘Bahubali’, all the dialogue was written by him. Besides this, he has written many hit songs, including Kesari’s superhit song ‘Teri Mitti’.
Manoj Muntashir was born on 27 February 1976 in Gauriganj, Amethi, Uttar Pradesh. Manoj Muntashir’s real name is Manoj Shukla. Manoj Muntashir’s father was a farmer, while his mother was a professional primary school teacher.
Manoj Muntashir has completed his schooling in Gauriganj.
He has been very good at reading and writing since childhood. He writes poetry poems. For this, when he needed to learn Urdu, one day, he bought an Urdu book for Rs 2 from under the mosque, in which Urdu has written along with Hindi. Manoj Muntashir learned Urdu from that book. He completed his graduation from Allahabad University in the year 1999.
After completing his studies, Manoj Muntashir went to Allahabad to find a job. He got an opportunity to work in All India Radio for a salary of Rs 135. After this, he came to Mumbai to give a new identity to his talent. However, he did not have much money at that time. During his days of struggle, he spent many nights on the footpath of Mumbai. Sometimes they did not even get food for two times.
Meanwhile, Manoj Muntashir met Bhajan Samrat Anoop Jalota in Mumbai. Anoop Jalota asked him to write a hymn, and there was talk of giving 3000 rupees for this work. he had never written bhajans before, but the financial condition was bad, so he wrote the hymns of Anup Jalota.
Manoj Muntashir wrote the lyrics for the film ‘Rang Rasiya’ in 2004. Although, for some reason, the film was released in 2014. Meanwhile, a Star TV official impressed by him called him to meet him and said that he must introduce Amitabh Bachchan in connection with work. At first, he did not believe his words, but he reached Amitabh Bachchan in a hotel with the officer. Here Amitabh Bachchan and Manoj Muntashir met. After this meeting, he got a chance to write the lyrics of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ in 2005.
After this, Manoj Muntashir never looked back. he wrote the scripts for reality television shows ‘India’s Got Talent, ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ and ‘Indian Idol Junior’ after ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’. he started writing songs for Hindi films while writing for TV shows. The songs written by him became a huge hit. People especially gave a lot of love to the song ‘Teri Mitti’ from the film ‘Kesari’.
Manoj Muntashir for ‘Galiyan’ from the film ‘Ek Villain’, ‘Kuch To Hai’ for the film ‘Do Lafzon Ki Kahani’, ‘Phir Kabhi’ for the film ‘Half Girlfriend, ‘Dil’ for the film ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu’ Chahta Hai’, ‘Teri Mitti’ for the film ‘Kesari’ including Baahubali, Hate Story, Wazir, Gangaajal, Sanam Re, Rustom, Kaabil, Half Girlfriend, Bahubali 2, Badshaho, Naam Shabana, Kabir Singh, Bhuj Wrote songs for
Manoj Muntashir Awards received:
Manoj Muntashir has been awarded many awards due to his excellent writing ability. He was honored with The Indian Icon Film Awards, Hungama Surfers Choice Awards, IIFA Awards, Mirchi Music Awards, Uttar Pradesh Gaurav Saman Award Best Lyricist 2016, Yash Bharti Award, Zee Cine Awards by the Government of Uttar Pradesh and other authorities.
• Arab Indo Bollywood Award for Best Song for the song ‘Galiyan’ from the movie ‘Ek Villain’ (2015).
• Indian Television Award for Best Script (Non-fiction) for the show ‘India’s Got Talent (2014), Mirchi Music Awards.
• Audience Choice Award for Best Song for ‘Phir Bhi Tumko Chunga’ from the movie ‘Half Girlfriend’ (2014).
• Audience Choice Album for the Ek Villain film (2015).
• Best Song Award for the song ‘Galiyan’ from the movie ‘Ek Villain’ (2015).
• The Indian Icon Film Awards for Best Song for the song ‘Tere Rashke Qamar’ from the movie ‘Badhasaho’ (2015).
• Hungama Surfers’ Choice Award for Best Song 2016 for the song ‘Tere Sang Yaara’ from the movie ‘Rustom’.
• Audience Choice Award for the film ‘Kabir Singh’ (2019).
• Critics Award of the Year IIFA Awards for the film ‘Kesari’ (2019).
• 68th National Film Awards For Best Lyricist or the film ‘Saina’ (2022) Song ‘Main Parinda Kyoon Banoon’
Manoj Muntashir controversy:
In 2017, he got angry after the Filmfare Committee gave the Best Song Award for the song ‘Apna Time Aayega’ instead of ‘Teri Mitti Mein’ and talked about never attending the Filmfare Awards ceremony again.
On 24 August 2021, Manoj Muntashir came under the target of many people for one of his videos. he uploaded on social media with the title ‘Who were your ancestors? he raised many questions while calling the Mughals ‘dacoits’. After this, many people came into his support. On the other hand, many people also opposed his video.
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