Humayun Ahmed Life Story
Hmayun Ahmed emerged as a powerful voice in Bangaladesh’s literary world in the early 1970s, eventually becoming clearly the most popular writer of the country.
Nick named Kajol, the writer 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 married Gultekin in 1973. The couple divorced in 2003, with the subsequently marrying television actress shaon.
Humayun had his Schooling in Sylhet, Comilla, Chittagong, Dinajpur and Bogra due to his father’s postings in these towns. He passed the School Certificate examination as a student of Bogra Zilla School.
Humayun retired as a Dhaka University teacher to devote himself in the mid 1990s to 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.