"जावेद अख्तर" च्या विविध आवृत्यांमधील फरक

१,७१७ बाइट्सची भर घातली ,  ११ वर्षांपूर्वी
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जावेद अख्तर (Urdu: جاوید اختر; Hindi: जावेद अख़्तर), (जन्म १७ जानेवारी १९४५) हे हिंदी/उर्दु कवी, गितकार व पटकथा लेखक आहेत. त्यांचे काही यशस्वी काम त्यांनी १९७० व १९८० मधे सलिम खान यांच्या समवेत पटकथा लेखनात केले. त्यांच्या पटकथा सलिम-जावेद या जोडीच्या नावाने आहेत. अख्तर हे सध्या हिंदी चित्रपट क्षेत्रात एक मोठे नाव आहे. ते सध्याचे यशस्वी गीतकार आहेत.
He was born as Jadoo Akhtar in Gwalior State (now Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh) to Jan Nisar Akhtar, a Bollywood film songwriter and Urdu poet, and singer Safia Akhtar, a teacher and writer. His original name was Jadoo, taken from a line in a poem written by his father: "Lamba, lamba kisi jadoo ka fasana hoga". He was given an official name of Javed since it was the closest to the word jadoo.[1] His lineage can be traced back to seven generations of writers. The Urdu poet Majaz was his maternal uncle and the works of his grandfather, Muzter Khairabadi, are looked upon as a milestone in Urdu poetry. By him, he is also connected to Maulana Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi, the philosopher, poet, religious scholar who was one of the main figures of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, and who edited the first works of Ghalib. Akhtar has one sibling; his younger brother is U.S.-based Indian psychoanalyst Salman Akhtar.
After his birth, his parents moved to Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, and later to Aligarh. Young Javed Akhtar lost his mother at a young age and his father frequently moved back and forth between Lucknow and Bombay, so he and his brother spent most of their time with relatives.
At the age of eight, he was admitted to the sixth class at the Colvin Taluqdars' College in Lucknow. From Lucknow he moved to Aligarh to live with his maternal aunt, Hamida Salim.
He took admission in a school of Aligarh, the Minto Circle, a part of Aligarh Muslim University. He completed his matriculation from Aligarh Muslim University. After completing his matriculation, Akhtar attended Saifiya College in Bhopal where he earned a B.A.. He was a keen debater in college and won the Rotary Club Prize frequently.