Raees Warsi

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Raees Warsi was born on 1 March, 1963 in Karachi, Pakistan, is a Urdu poet, Journalist, TV Anchor. Discover Raees Warsi’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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OccupationUrdu poet, Journalist, TV Anchor
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignPisces
Born1 March 1963
Birthday1 March
BirthplaceKarachi, Pakistan
NationalityPakistan

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Timeline of Raees Warsi

2018

Mr. Tony Avella, New York State Senator presented State Proclamation honoring Raees Warsi for his leadership and service to the Pakistani American Community in November 2018

2015

Raees Warsi was recognized and awarded the Citation for his contributions & Outstanding Services for more than twenty five years to promote Urdu Literature in The United States, From Brooklyn Borough President Mr. Eric L. Adams, On 29 May 2015.

2014

Award for best poetry & services to promote Urdu language from Urdu Literary Society of Philadelphia PA,on 27 April 2014.

2011

Although Warsi was born and raised in Pakistan, his poetry was well received in India as well. He was invited to write songs for the Bollywood movie Hum Tum Aur Mom, released in 2005, directed and produced by Ashok Nanda. His songs for this movie were performed by Bollywood singers Udit Narayan and Sadhna Sargam and. In September 2002, an album of Warsi’s ghazals titled Beetay Lamhay was released (by Naeem Hashmi of Pak-US Music Lovers, Producer Khalid Abbas Dar, Music Director Aslam Meenu, Production Director Furqan Haider), sung by leading Pakistani classical singers Ustad Zakir Ali Khan, Raees Warsi’s Ghazals sung by Ghulam Ali Asad Amanat Ali Khan. Pervaiz Mehdi, Hamid Ali Khan, Asif Ali, Rifaqat Ali Khan, Shamsa Kanwal, Iqbal Qasim, Feroz Akhtar, Rashid Khan, Sabir Ali and Zafar Iqbal among others. Another CD album of Warsi’s Naatia (Na`at) and Hamdia (Hamd) Kalam / poetry titled Madinee Chaloo was released in February 2010 by Humza Studio (New York), sung by Pakistani film singer and Naat Khawan Farooq Shad. On Kashmir Day (5 February 2011), his new song titled “Tarana-e-Kashmir” was telecasted on PTV Global( State-run broadcast of Pakistan), sung by Zaffar Iqbal, Music Director Nasir Hussain (Lahore). The album “Dil Ki Awaz” Vol:06 (Tribute to Poets of New Era Including Ahmed Faraz, Saleem Kousar, Wasi Shah, Raees Warsi, Abbas Tabish, Khalid Moin and others) by Zafar Iqbal, was released in July 2011. His new CD album “Mohabbat Ke Naam” was released in September 2012. His new national song “Mera dil hay merey jan Pakistan Pakistan” sung by Zafar Iqbal, with music by Waeem Abbas, was released on Pakistan’s 67th independence day, 14 August 2014, and was telecast on Express News.

Certificate Of Recognition for Community and Poetry Services, from the Administration Of Hempstead Town, Nassau County, New York State, USA. Presented by Kate Murray (Head of The Local Government), on 24 Sep 2011.

2008

Services for Urdu language Award, From Zafar Zaidi Society, New York, November 2008.

2006

He Received a letter of appreciation from Honorable Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi Deputy Prime Minister of Pakistan / Ex-Chief Minister of Punjab, No:PH/429201371, June 2006.

Mr. Warsi received a letter of appreciation from Honorable Shaukat Aziz the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Letter No. F.1(40)SW/PM/2006,Prime Minister’s Secretariat(Public), Islamabad, Pakistan, Dated 19 June 2006.

2005

Best Book of the year 2005/Award, From Funrama Entertainment Inc, Dallas, July 2006.;

2002

Community Services Award, Presented by Weekly Pakistan News, New York, August 2002.

2000

Warsi started composing poetry at an early age. Warsi gained national attention courtesy his popular Ghazal recited in a national poetry session in Karachi in 1981. Warsi became a regular contributor to Mushaira (traditional poetry gatherings). In published works, his first real breakthrough came when one of his poems was published in the literary magazine Afkaar in Karachi (1986). He then became a regular contributor to newspapers and literary magazines, including the most widely circulated Urdu-language newspaper, the Daily Jang. Other newspapers and magazines which were adorned with his poetry and prose were the Daily Hurriyat, Daily Mashriq, Daily Nawa-i-Waqt, the weekly Akhbar e Jahan, weekly Akhbar e Khawateen, the monthly Wirsa, monthly Idraak and numerous others. He was interviewed both in Pakistani and Indian newspapers and magazines as well as on radio and television for his literary contributions. He was listed as a prominent poet in the Directory of Pakistani Writers Published by the, Pakistan Academy of Letters (1994 Edition), A-8 Pitrus Bukhari Road, Islamabad 44000. In 1989, Warsi moved to the United States. He channelled his literary in establishing the Urdu Markaz New York (Urdu Language Center) in 1989. Under its auspices, biweekly sessions of reciting poetry and prose, lecture series and critical sessions were organised. In New York as well, Warsi has been a regular contributor of poetry and warsi/video Warsi has been the president of the society since its inception. The high point of the Urdu Language Center was organizing the First International Urdu Conference, was held at the UNO’s headquarters, on 24 June 2000, under the auspices of the United Nations. This conference was attended by many living Urdu luminaries: poets, novelists, humorists and critics from across the globe. The conference was lauded by the UN Secretary General, the Vice President of the United States and the Presidents of Pakistan and India. The Asia Society of New York printed his Urdu poetry with English translation, along with an introductory paragraph on his poetry and life, in 2003, 2009 and 2011 brochures[10]Voice of America TV (The US government’s official external radio and television broadcasting service) interviewed him, and made a special documentary titled Future of Urdu Language in the United States of America on the occasion of the inauguration ceremony of his book (the first collection of his poetry), in Virginia, 2006.[11] He named it Aaina Hoon Main (I Am the Mirror). The book has introductory remarks from Gopi Chand Narang (President Sahitya Akademi / National Academy of Letters India, 2003–2007) Farman Fatehpuri (Former President of the Urdu Dictionary Board), Iftikhar Arif (President Muqtadra Quami Zaban / Former President Pakistan Academy of Letters), Ahmed Faraz (Former President National Book Foundation of Pakistan), Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi ( Editor Funoon Magazine & Active member of Progressive Writers Movement ), Zameer Jaffary and Jameel Jalibi ( Former Vice Chancellor of University of Karachi), Dr. Saeed Warsi and Humaira Rahman.

Literary and Community Services Award, From Pakistan Television, New York, June 2000.

Urdu Services Appreciation Award, From Weekly Awam May 2000.

1999

Community Services Award, From Pak Asia Magazine, New York, July 1999.

1998

Literary Services Award, Presented by Karachi University Alumni of USA, June 1998.

1997

Golden Jubilee Award for literary services, From Eastern Communication Network, Washington DC, April 1997.

1987

Warsi was born in Karachi, Pakistan. He came from a renowned family of poets and literary figures. His father, Sattar Warsi, is a household name in theological poetry, in the genre of Na`at. Both his brothers, Dr. Saeed Warsi and Rasheed Warsi, are Urdu poets and journalists. After his early childhood education in Karachi, Warsi successfully completed his Masters in Mass Communication from the University of Karachi in 1987. After earning accolades in Pakistan, he migrated to the United States, where he lives with his wife Tabassum Pervaiz.

1979

Raees Warsi participated in several radio programs on Radio Pakistan ( Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation ) Karachi station from 1979–1984, produced by senior producers Zameer Ali and Shehnaz Saleem. His lyrics was telecasted on PTV ( Pakistan Television Corporation / State-run broadcaster ) on different occasions. He Anchored the broadcast news and co-produced Urdu-language television programs in New York and New Jersey since 1995.

1963

Raees Warsi (Urdu: رئیس وارثی ‎, born 1 March 1963, Alternately Spelled Raies Warsi) is a Pakistani American Urdu poet, journalist, lyricist, TV anchor and social worker. He has blended contemporary issues into classic rhyme. Where Urdu poetry was confined to the issues of love, romance and its tragedies till the early 20th century, Warsi and some other notable contemporary poetry have expanded Urdu poetry to the demands of modern realism while still maintaining the classic rhyme. He currently resides in the United States.