Piyush Mishra’s Poem About The India-Pakistan Isolate Echoes an Intense Estimation Which Will Resound With Everybody

Piyush Mishra is arguably one of the most versatile actors that Bollywood has. He is a fine actor, a gifted author, scriptwriter, singer and lyricist as well. One can trust him to make sense when he talks.

One of his famous works, ‘Husna’ is doing the rounds again these days. The beautiful poem was also converted into a song with Piyush performing for the ‘Coke Studio’ himself.

The poem tells the tale about someone who has lived in both countries during the pre and post partition times when warmth and harmony still existed. The poem makes a lot of sense and it won’t hurt to listen to it once, in his own voice

Piyush Mishra (born 13 January 1963) is an Indian film and theatre actor, music director, lyricist, singer, scriptwriter. Mishra grew up in Gwalior, and went to graduate from National School of Drama, Delhi in 1986. Thereafter, he started his career in Hindi theatre in Delhi. Over the next decade he established himself as a theatre director, actor, lyricist and singer. He shifted to Mumbai in 2002, actor, lyricist and screenwriter, and receiving acclaim for his acting in Maqbool (2003) and Gangs of Wasseypur (2012).

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