Sayeed Quadri Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More

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Age: 62 Years
Wife: Reena Quadri
Hometown: Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Sayeed Quadri

Profession(s)• Lyricist
• Poet
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 172 cm
in meters- 1.72 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 8”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
DebutFilm: Jism (2003)
Poster of the film 'Jism'
Awards & Achievements • TATA Info Award for Best Lyrics in 2003
• IIFA Award for Best Lyrics in 2004 for the song "Bheege Honth Tere" from the film 'Murder' (2004)
• Stardust Award for Best Lyrics in 2005
• MTV Immies Award in 2005
• Baap Lyricist Of The Year by Fever FM in 2021 for the song "Hardum Humdum" from the film 'Ludo' (2020)
Sayeed Quadri - Baap Lyricist of the Year
• Riff’s Hasrat Jaipuri Award at Rajasthan Film Festival in 2022
Sayeed Quadri with Riff’s Hasrat Jaipuri Award
Personal Life
Date of Birth3 October 1960 (Moday)
Age (as of 2022) 62 Years
BirthplaceJodhpur, Rajasthan
Zodiac signLibra
HometownJodhpur, Rajasthan
Educational QualificationBachelor's Degree
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Marriage Date3 June
Wife/SpouseReena Quadri
Sayeed Quadri and Reena Quadri
ChildrenSon- Nayaan Quadri
Daughter- 2
• Aabshar Quadri
• Kaynat Quadri
Sayeed Quadri with his daughters
ParentsNames not known
Sayeed Quadri's mother
SiblingsBrother- Zayed Quadri (younger)

Sayeed Quadri

Some Lesser Known Facts About Sayeed Quadri

  • Sayeed Quadri is an Indian lyricist and poet known for his work in Bollywood films. In 2023, he made a guest appearance on the celebrity talk show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show,’ which aired on Sony TV.
  • Since his childhood, he possessed a profound passion for writing poetry. He started writing poetry while studying in 8th class.
  • In 1986, he went to Mumbai to pursue his dream of becoming a lyricist in Bollywood. However, he couldn’t find any work there for almost seven years, so he went back to his hometown.
  • After returning to his hometown, he worked as a LIC agent for ten years.
  • Later, he moved to Mumbai again and finally made a name for himself as a successful lyricist in Bollywood.
  • After making his debut as a lyricist with the film ‘Jism,’ he wrote all the songs for the 2004 Bollywood film ‘Saaya.’
  • In 2004, he contributed to the film ‘Murder’ by writing four songs, including the immensely popular hits “Bheege Honth Tere” and “Kaho Na Kaho.” These songs dominated the music scene and remained at the top of music, radio, and streaming charts for an extended period.

    Poster of the film 'Murder'

    Poster of the film ‘Murder’

  • He penned three songs “Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai,” “Ya Ali,” and “Mujhe Mat Roko” for the film ‘Gangster’ in 2006.
  • In 2007, he wrote the song “Maula Mere Maula” for the film ‘Anwar’ (2007). The song became the superhit of the film.
  • His songs “Haale-E-Dil,” “Phir Mohobat,” and “Tujhko Bhulana” that he penned for the film ‘Murder 2’ (2011) turned out to be massive hits, reigning over the music, radio, and streaming charts for a long time.
  • In 2018, he wrote the lyrics of the song ‘Shab Tum Ho,’ sung by Darshan Raval.
  • In 2020, he penned the title track of the film ‘Khuda Haafiz.’

    Poster of the film 'Khuda Haafiz'

    Poster of the film ‘Khuda Haafiz’

  • Quadri has contributed his songwriting skills to numerous films, such as ‘Paap’ (2003), ‘Kalyug’ (2005), ‘Life in a… Metro’ (2007), ‘Barfi!,’ (2012), ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’ (2015) and ‘Ludo’ (2020). paraphrase in an easy language.
  • Apart from films, he also wrote lyrics for video songs. In 2018, he wrote the video song ‘Shab Tum Ho,’ which was sung by Darshan Raval.
  • Sayeed Quadri penned the lyrics of the patriotic song ‘One India My India’ in 2019.

    Poster of the video song 'One India My India'

    Poster of the video song ‘One India My India’

  • In 2020, he wrote lyrics for the song ‘Tanhaai,’ which was sung by Tulsi Kumar.

    Poster of the video song 'Tanhaai'

    Poster of the video song ‘Tanhaai’

  • Sayeed Quadri has penned lyrics for several other video songs, including ‘Illtejaa’ (2018), ‘Rehguzar’ (2019), ‘Humko Tum Mil Gaye’ (2020), ‘Toh Aagaye Tum’ (2021), ‘Aur Payar Karna Hai’ (2021), ‘Is Qadar’ (2021), and ‘Tera Aqs’ (2022).