Biography of Prasoon Joshi:

Prasoon Joshi is a prominent Indian lyricist, screenwriter, poet, and advertising professional. 
Here is a brief biography of Prasoon Joshi:

Early Life:

Birth: Prasoon Joshi was born on September 16, 1971, in Almora, Uttarakhand, India.
Education: He completed his schooling from Nainital’s Sherwood College. Later, he pursued a post-graduate degree in Physics and an MBA in Marketing from the School of Communication Management, Pune.

Early Life and Career - Lyricist and Poet - Awards and Recognition - Social and Cultural Contributions - Personal Life of Prasoon Joshi
Biography of Prasoon Joshi

Prasoon Joshi’s Career:

Prasoon Joshi started his career in advertising and gained recognition for his creative work in the field.
He joined McCann-Erickson in 2002 and became the Regional Creative Director for South and Southeast Asia.
Under his leadership, McCann-Erickson India became one of the most awarded agencies.

Lyricist and Poet:

Prasoon Joshi is known for his powerful and meaningful lyrics in Hindi cinema.
Some of his notable works include songs for movies like “Fanaa,” “Rang De Basanti,” “Taare Zameen Par,” “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,” and more.
His lyrics often reflect social issues, emotions, and patriotic themes.


Prasoon Joshi has also ventured into screenwriting and has contributed to the scripts of films like “Rang De Basanti,” “Taare Zameen Par,” and “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.”

Awards and Recognition to Prasoon Joshi:

Prasoon Joshi has received numerous awards for his contributions to advertising and cinema.
He has won the prestigious National Film Award for Best Lyrics three times.
In 2015, he was appointed as the Chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

Poetry and Literature:

Besides his work in advertising and film, Prasoon Joshi is an accomplished poet.
He has published collections of his poetry, and his literary work often explores themes related to life, society, and spirituality.

Social and Cultural Contributions:

Prasoon Joshi has been involved in various social and cultural initiatives.
He has actively supported causes related to education, child welfare, and environmental conservation.

Personal Life of Prasoon Joshi:

Prasoon Joshi is married to Aparna and they have two children.
Prasoon Joshi’s multifaceted career spans advertising, poetry, and the film industry. His creative contributions have made a significant impact on Indian popular culture, and he continues to be a respected figure in the fields of art and communication.