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About Humayun Ahmed

Humayun Ahmed emerged as a powerful voice in the Bangladesh literary world in the early 1970s, eventually becoming clearly the most popular in the country. He is one of the most popular Fiction writers in the country and a pioneer writer of modern Science Fiction. He was a consecutive short-story writer, novelist, and lyricist in Bangladesh. He was well-known as a drama and film director in the Dhallywood film industry and more than two hundred books of his were published. Humayun’s several books were translated into various languages around the world and included in the syllabus of colleges and universities.


Full name: Humayun Ahmed
Birth Date: 13 November 1948 [1]wikipedia
Birth Place: Mohongonj, Netrokona
Died: July 19, 2012 (aged 63)
Death Place: Bellevue Hospital, New York City
Occupation: Writer, Professor
Genres: Novel, Short-Story, Drama
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Alma mater: University of Dhaka
Spouse(s): Gultekin (divorced)
Religion: Islam
Notable award: Ekushey Padak

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Alma mater: University of Dhaka



Relationship & more

Humayun Ahmed got married to Gultekin in 1973. Humayun divorced Gultekin in 2003 due to a love relationship with. Then he got married to beautiful television actress, and he had two sons from the second marriage.

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Early Life:

Nicknamed Kajol, the was born in Kutubpur village of Netrakona on 13 November 1948, to Fayzur Rahman Ahmed, a police officer, and Ayesha Fayzur. His father, who was also a writer, was murdered by the Pakistan occupation army during the Liberation War in 1971. Humayun had his Schooling in Sylhet, Comilla, Chittagong, Dinajpur, and Bogra due to his father’s postings in these towns. He passed the Secondary School Certificate examination as a student of Bogra Zilla School. He completed HSC from Dhaka College in 1967. Then he enrolled at the University of Dhaka in Chemistry and received BSc (Honors) and MSc with First Class distinction. Bangladeshi two famous persons, Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, and Ahsan Habib are his brothers. He loves very much to live in Nuhash Palli, Gazipur.

Humayun Ahmed Career:

Humayun Ahmed started his career as a lecturer and joined Bangladesh Agriculture University. After six months, he joined Dhaka University as a faculty member of the Department of Chemistry. Humayun retired as a Dhaka University teacher to devote himself to the mid-1990s for writing and making films and television dramas. His first film, Aguner Parashmoni, based on the Liberation War won the national film award in eight categories, including Best Picture and Best Director. Humayun won the Bangla Academy award in1981 and the Ekushey Padak in1994. His first award was Lekhak Shibir Prize in 1973. Himu and Misir Ali are the notable characters’ of Humayun Ahmed. [2]IMDB

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Humayun Ahmed Died:

Humayun Ahmed died on 19 July 2012 at Bellevue Hospital, New York City. He was buried at Nohash pally, Gazipur.

See also :

Zahir Raihan biography

Ferdous Wahid biography

 Hyder Husyn biography

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