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Rajendra Krishan (I) (1919–1987)


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He was considered as the richest writer in Hindi cinema. The reason was that he had won the jackpot worth Rs.46,00,000 in horse racing. The sum was considered as a huge amount during the late seventies.

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Known For

Padosan
Padosan Music Department
(1968)
Khandan
Khandan Music Department
(1965)
Man Mandir
Man Mandir Music Department
(1971)
Rakhi
Rakhi Music Department
(1962)

Filmography

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 1994 Ulfat Ki Nayee Manzilen (lyricist)
 1987 Tera Karam Mera Dharam (lyricist)
 1986 Allah-Rakha (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1986 Qatl (lyricist)
 1981 Katilon Ke Kaatil (lyricist)
 1981 Professor Pyarelal (lyrics)
 1981 Silsila (lyrics by)
 1979 Guru Ho Jaa Shuru (lyricist)
 1977 Charandas (lyricist)
 1977 Saheb Bahadur (lyricist)
 1977 Khel Khilari Ka (lyricist)
 1975 Do Thug (lyricist)
 1975 Ponga Pandit (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1975 Faraar (lyricist)
 1974 Chowkidar (lyricist)
 1974 Shandaar (lyricist)
 1974 Naya Din Nai Raat (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1974 Geetaa Mera Naam (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1973 Black Mail (lyricist)
 1973 Kahani Kismat Ki (lyricist)
 1973 Jwar Bhata (lyricist)
 1973 Gehri Chaal (lyricist)
 1973 Banarasi Babu (lyricist)
 1972 Maalik (lyricist)
 1972 Shehzada (lyricist)
 1972 Bombay to Goa (lyricist)
 1971 Jawan Muhabat (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1971 Man Mandir (lyricist)
 1971 Parde Ke Peechey (lyrcis)
 1971 Rakhwala (lyricist)
 1971 Preetam (lyricist)
 1971 Reshma Aur Shera (lyricist)
 1970 Dharti (lyricist)
 1970 Ganwaar (lyricist)
 1970 Jawab (lyricist)
 1970 Johny Mera Naam (lyricist)
 1970 Tum Haseen Main Jawan (lyricist)
 1970 Gopi (lyricist)
 1969 Pyar Hi Pyar (lyricist)
 1969 Sachaai (lyricist)
 1969 Tumse Achha Kaun Hai (lyricist)
 1969 Waris (lyricist)
 1968 Ek Kali Muskai (lyricist)
 1968 Gauri (lyricist - uncredited)
 1968 Padosan (lyricist)
 1968 Payal Ki Jhankar (lyricist: songs - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1968 Sadhu Aur Shaitaan (lyricist)
 1966 Ladka Ladki (lyricist)
 1966 Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare (lyricist)
 1966 Pyar Kiye Jaa (lyricist)
 1966 Yeh Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai (lyricist)
 1965 Bombay Race Course (lyrics)
 1965 Khandan (lyricist)
 1964 Aao Pyaar Karen (lyricist)
 1964 Jahan Ara (lyricist)
 1964 Mera Qasoor Kya Hai (lyricist)
 1964 Pooja Ke Phool (lyricist)
 1964 Maain Bhi Ladki Hun (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1963 Bharosa (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1963 Bluff Master (lyricist)
 1963 Ghar Basake Dekho (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1963 Yeh Rastey Hain Pyar Ke (lyricist - as Rajender Krishan)
 1962 Main Chup Rahungi (lyricist)
 1962 Rakhi (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1962 Shaadi (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1961 Nazrana (lyricist: songs)
 1961 Sanjog (lyricist - as Rajendra Krishna)
 1961 Modern Girl (lyricist)
 1960 College Girl (lyricist)
 1960 Duniya Jhukti Hai (lyricist)
 1960 Hum Hindustani (lyrics)
 1960 Patang (lyricist - as Rajindra Krishan)
 1959 Duniya Na Mane (lyricist)
 1959 Kangan (lyricist)
 1959 Barkha (lyricist)
 1959 Chacha Zindabad (lyricist)
 1958 Adalat (lyricist)
 1958 Jailor (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1957 Baarish (lyrics)
 1957 Bhabhi (lyricist)
 1957 Gateway of India (lyricist - as Rajendra Krishna)
 1957 Miss India (lyricist)
 1957 Miss Mary (lyrics - as Rajinder Krishan, lyrics)
 1957 Sharada (lyricist)
 1956 Mem Sahib (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishen)
 1956 Pocket Maar (lyrics - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1956 Shatranj (lyricist)
 1956 Taj (lyricist - as Rajender Krishan)
 1956 Durgesh Nandini (lyricist)
 1955 Azaad (lyricist)
 1955 Insaniyat (lyricist)
 1955 Pehli Jhalak (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishan)
 1954 'Ferry' (lyrics)
 1954 Ilzam (lyricist)
 1954 Shart (lyricist)
 1953 Anarkali (lyricist)
 1952 Ashiana (lyricist)
 1952 Sangdil (lyricist)
 1951 Sazaa (lyrics)
 1950 Samadhi (lyrics)
 1949 Bari Behen (lyricist - as Rajinder Krishna)
 1949 Lahore (lyricist)
 1948 Pyaar Ki Jeet (lyricist: film songs)
 1948 Pugree (lyrics)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Rajinder Kishan | Rajendra Kishen | Rajender Krishan | Rajinder Krishan | Rajindra Krishan | Rajinder Krishen | Rajinder Krishenji | Rajendra Krishna | Rajinder Krishna
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Trivia:

He was considered as the richest writer in Hindi cinema. The reason was that he had won the jackpot worth Rs.46,00,000 in horse racing. The sum was considered as a huge amount during the late seventies.

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