Humayun Ahmed Bio, Wiki, Books, Family, Birthday, Movies

Humayun Ahmed is the most popular and loved writer in his time. The young generation loves him and his creation. He will be alive with his some amazing creation. He was a writer, film-maker, songwriter and philosopher. He has spent an amazing life and today we will take a look at Humayun Ahmed bio, wiki, family, book list, birthday and others.

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Humayun Ahmed Bio

Fullname:
Humayun Ahmed
Nickname:

Kajol

Profession:

Writer, Filmmaker

Birthdate:
13 November 1948
Birth Place:

Netrokona, Bangladesh

Nationality:
Bangladeshi
Hometown:

Netrokona

Education:

Ph.D. from the USA

Father Name:
Faizur Rahman
Mother Name:
Ayesha Foyez

Relationship:
Married
Spouse:


Meher Afroz Shaon (2003-death)
Gultekin Ahmed (1973-2003)

Relatives:







Siblings: Ahsan Habib, Momtaz Shahid, Muhammed Zafar Iqbal, Rukhsana Ahmed, Sufia Haider

Children: Bipasha Ahmed, Ninit Ahmed, Nishad Ahmed, Nova Ahmed, Nuhash Ahmed, Shila Ahmed

Religion
Islam
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Height:
5’ 6”
Weight
74 kg
Hair Color:
Black
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Hobbies
Songwriting, reading books
Fav. Actor:
Riaz
Fav. Actress:

Meher Afroz Shaon

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Personal Life

Humayun Ahmed Bio
Humayun Ahmed File Photo

Humayun born on Netrokona is 13 November 1948.  His nickname was Kajol. His father was a freedom fighter who sacrifices his life in the liberation war or 1971. In childhood, we faced huge financial problems and once they don’t even have any house to live. All of his siblings have written about these matters.

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Humayun Ahmed with Wife and Son

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Shaon, Humayun and Gultekin

Humayun has studied in several districts of Bangladesh. His father posting was changing after a couple of every year. He completed his secondary school certificate from Bogra Zilla School. We must know Muhammad Zafar Iqbal and Ahsan Habib, they both are popular with their own achievement. They are the younger brother of Humayun Ahmed. Zafar Iqbal also has written about the struggle they did in their childhood.
Humayun Ahmed made a place to spend leisure time in Gazipur named Nuhash Palli. It was his favorite place to live. Even after his death, he has buried here. Nuhash is his son name.
He got married Gultekin Ahmed in 1973 and they got divorced in 2003 and he got married to beautiful Bangladeshi actress Meher Afroz Shaon. He had kids with both wives.

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Humayun Ahmed with Family Members

Career

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Humayun Ahmed Illustration 

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Humayun Ahmed as a Director

In his working career, Ahmed has performed as teacher and faculty member in Bangladesh Agriculture University and the University of Dhaka. He published himself as a filmmaker in mid-1990s. He got huge popularity at this time. He wrote some amazing novels and people loved them.
His mysterious character ‘Himu’ and ‘Misir’ Ali is still alive in the heart of every reader.

Some Interesting and Unknown Facts on Humayun Ahmed

☑️ Humayun was born on November 13, 1948, in Mohongonj, Netrokona.

☑️ His father was a police officer and writer, he was died in the liberation war of 1971.

☑️ All of them in their family are creative and they have proved themselves. Especially his brother Zafar Iqbal and Ahsan Habib are very special.

☑️ Humayun has completed his education after studying in several school and colleges. His father used to transfer from one place to another.

☑️ He has performed as a faculty member of Chemistry in The University of Dhaka.

☑️ He is one of the most popular filmmakers from Bangladesh. He has made enormous films and dramas.

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Himu

Humayun Ahmed Bio
Himu Art

☑️ He got married to actress Meher Afroz Shaon after getting divorced with Gulketin Ahmed.

☑️ Filmmaker Mostofa Sarwar Faruki has created a film named ‘Doob’ and it seems like an autobiography of Humayun Ahmed, though the production is denying this from the beginning.

☑️ Humayun’s one of the most popular writings ‘Debi’ has been filmed by Anam Biswas. Jaya Ahsan, Chanchal Chowdury, Shabnam Faria has been cast for this film. People have loved this film a lot.

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Debi Poster

☑️ He died on July 19, 2012, in a hospital in New York.

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His Son Nuhash Crying on his Dead Body

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Top Books by Humayun Ahmed

• Lilaboti (2006)                            
• Kobi (Poet)
• Phera(Return)
• Krishno Paksha (Dark Moon)
• Saajghar(Dressing Room)
• Bashor
• Gouripur Junction (Gouripur Junction)
• Nripoti (Emperor)(Drama)
• Omanush (Inhuman)(Adaptation of Man on Fire (novel) by A. J. Quinnell)
• Bohubrihi
• Eishob Din Ratri (These days and nights)
• Ashabori
• Daruchini Dwip(Daruchini Island)
• Nondito Noroke (In A Blissful Hell)
• Shongkhoneel Karagar
• Mondroshoptok
• Durey Kothay (Far Away)
• Sourav (Fragrance)
• Nee
• Shuvro
• Nokhkhotrer Raat (Starry Night)
• Nishithini
• Amar Achhey Jol (I Have Tears)
• Kothao Kew Nei (No One No Where)
• Aguner Parashmony (Philosopher stone of fire)
• Srabon Megher Din
• Akash Jora Megh
• Mohapurush (Great Man)
• Rupali Dwip(Silver Island)
• Kalo Manus (Black man)
• Ke Kotha Koy (Who's Talking)
• Maddhanya (2007) (Noon)
• Maddhanya 2 (2008) (Noon)
• akjon mayaboti
• Mirar gramer bari (Village of Mira)
• Choitrer ditio dibosh (Second day of choitro)
• Amar chelebela (My childhood days)
• Kichu shoishob (Some childhood days)
• Dekha odekha (Seen unseen)
• Cheleta (That boy)
• Lilua batash
• Asmanira tin bun
• The Exorcist (Adaptation of The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty, published from Sheba Prokashoni)
• Moddhanya Akhanda (2008)
• Tithir nil tualey (Tithi's blue towel)
• Opekkha (The waiting)
• Oporanno (Afternoon)
• Aj ami kuthao jabona (I will not go anywhere today)
• Ondhokarer gan (Song of the dark)
• Jokhon dube jabe purnimar chad
• Chader aloy koyekjon jubok (Some young people in the moonlight)
• Tetul bone juchona
• Jodio shondha
• Ai! Shuvro, Ai!
• Onnodin
• Tumake (To you)
• Ononto ombore
• Pakhi amar akla pakhi
• Nil oporajita (Blue flower)
• Dui duari
• Brishti bilash
• Nil manush (Blue man)
• Jonom jonom
• Jolpoddo
• Pencil a aka pori (A fairy drawn by pencil)
• Uralponkhi
• Eshtishon(Station)
• Mrinmoyee
• Mrinmoyeer mon valo nei
• Noboni
• Kuhurani
• Aj chitrar biye (Today is Chita's marriage ceremony)
• Tumi amay dekechile chutir nimontrone (When u invited me in the vacation)
• Shedin choitromash (That was the month of choitro)
• Prothom prohor
• Jol juchona (Watery moonlight)
• Shomudro bilash
• Chaya shongi (Shade mate)
• Megher chaya (Shade of clouds)
• Priyotomeshu (Dear)

Misir Ali Series
• Debi
• Nishithini
• Brihonnola
• Bipod
• Ami Ebong Amra
• Tandra Bilash
• Ami e Misir Ali
• Kohen Kobi Kalidash
• Voy (Story collection)
• Bagh-Bondi Misir Ali
• Misir Alir Omimangshito Rohoshso
• Nishad
• Onish
• Misir Ali'r Choshma (2008)
• Misir Ali! Apni Kothai?(2009)

Books on Liberation War
• 1971
• Shyamal Chhaya
• Anil Bagchir Ekdin
• Aguner Parashmoni
• Jostnya O Jononeer Golpo (tr. The story of Mother and moonlit night)

Himu Series
• Moyurakkhi-(1990)
• Himur Ditiyo Prohor-(1997)
• Tomader Ei Nogore-(2000)
• Halud Himu Kalo RAB-(2006)
• Aj Himur Biye-(2007)
• Darojar Opashe-(1992)
• Chole Jay Bosonter Din-(2002)
• Himu-(1993)
• Parapar-(1993)
• Ebong Himu-(1995)
• Himur Hatay Koyekti Nill Poddo-(1996)
• Himu Rimande-(2008)
• Shey Ashe Dhire-(2003)
• Himu Mama-(2004)
• Angool Kata Joglu-(2005)
• Himur Rupali Ratri-(1998)
• Ekjon Himu Koekti Jhijhi Poka-(1999)
• Himur Moddhodupur-(2009)

Supernatural Books
• Kani Daini
• Kutu Miah
• Advut Sob Golpo
• Kalo Jadukar
• Pipli Begum
• Bhoot Bhutong Bhutou
• Mojar Bhoot
• Poka (Insect)
• Parul o Tinti Kukur
• Nil Hati

Science Fiction
• Erina
• Fiha Sameekaran (Equation Fiha)
• Onno Bhuban (The Other World)
• Ditio Manob
• Tomader Jonno Valobasa (Love For You All)
• Anonto Nakhatrobithi
• Manobi
• Ema
• Ahok (Collection)
• Kuhok (Enchantment)
• Omega Point
• Shunyo (Zero)

Other
• Five Novels of Nineteenseventies
• Five Novels of Nineteeneighties
• Five Novels of Nineteenninties
• Premer Golpo Somogro
• Odvut Sob Uponnas
• Moktijoddher Uponnas Samogro
• Chhotoder Sera Golpo
• Nirbachito Kishor Uponnas
• Bhoot Samogro
• Nirbachito Golpo
• Golpo Samogro
• Best Novels

Top Movies by Humayun Ahmed

• Shonkhonil Karagar
• Aguner Poroshmoni
• Srabon Megher Din
• Dui Duari
• Chandrokotha
• Shyamol Chhaya
• Durotto
• Nondito Noroke
• Nirontor
• Noy Number Bipod Sanket
• Daruchini Dwip
• Saajghor
• Amar Ache Jol
• Priyotomeshu
• Ghetuputra Komola

Awards

☑️ Lekhak Shibir Prize (1973)
☑️ Bangla Academy Literary Award (1981)
☑️ Zainul Abedin Gold Medal
☑️ Michael Madhusudan Medal (1987)
☑️ Humayun Qadir Memorial Prize (1990)
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Story (1994)
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Dialogue (1994)
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Film (1994)
☑️ Ekushey Padak (1994)
☑️ Sheltech Award (2007)[82]
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Screenplay (2007)
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Director (2012)
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Screenplay (2012)
☑️ Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Dialogue (2015)
(Source: Wikipedia)

Some FAQ on Humayun Ahmed

Q: Who is Humayun Ahmed?

A: Humayun Ahmed is a Bangladeshi writer, filmmaker, and songwriter.

Q: When and where was Humayun Ahmed born?

A: He was born on Netrokona is 13 November 1948.

Q: Who is Humayun Ahmed wife?

A: Meher Afroz Shaon. Previously he was married to Gultekin Ahmed and got divorced in 2003.

Q: What is the most popular book by Humayun Ahmed?

A: Debi

Q: What is Auto-biography movie of his life?

A: Doob.

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