Birth: 15th February, 1935
Nationality: Indian
Profession: Poet

Doctor Bashir Badr (born Syed Muhammad Bashir; 15 February 1935) is an Indian poet and the former lecturer of Aligarh Muslim University. He primarily writes in Urdu language particularly ghazals. He also wrote a couplet titled Dushmani Jam Kar Karo in 1972 during Shimla Agreement that revolves around the partition of India. Badr’s most of unpublished literary work, including uncertain poems was lost during the 1987 Meerut communal riots, and later he moved to Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.