Urdu poet Nida Fazli dies at 78

ISLAMABAD: Noted Urdu and Hindi language poet Nida Fazli died of heart attack in Mumbai on Monday.

He was 78, born in Delhi to a Kashmiri family, attended school in Gwalior. He was known among fans and singers for his elegant presentation of ghazals, dohaas and nazms.

Nida Fazli also worked with late ghazal singer Jagjit Singh in 1994 and together they brought out an album `Insight’, which got appreciation for its soulful poetry and music, the Indian Express reported.

Fazli collections of poetry include “Lafzon Ke Phool”, “Mor Naach”,

“Aankh Aur Khwab Ke Darmiyan”, “Safar Mein Dhoop To Hogi”, “Khoya Hua Sa Kuchh” and “Duniya Ek Khilona Hai”.