Today (Sunday) is the 68th birth commemoration of essayist and movie producer Humayun Ahmed.
Distinctive socio-social associations have chalked out a few projects to check the day, reports news office UNB.
TV stations have been airing shows and movies composed and coordinated by Humayun Ahmed to pay regard to the virtuoso.
Humayun was conceived on 13 November 1948 in Mohanganj of Netrokona area and kicked the bucket on 19 July 2012 at Bellevue Hospital in New York of the USA after a long fight with growth.
His first novel ‘Nondito Noroke’ (In Blissful Hell), which was distributed in 1972, created a great deal of basic praises for depicting the lives and times of white collar class urban family. His second novel ‘Shonkhonil Karagar’ additionally likewise kept the same vain.
Be that as it may, his strength in the scholarly scene began with anecdotal arrangement including repeating characters, for example, Himu (15 books), Misir Ali (10 books) and less every now and again, Shubhro.
Molding of out of the crate personas out of the level faces in the group, fairly speaking to the crisscross of the working class with the present day times, and rather praising the distinction, the littleness, and his unparallel energy to make diversion had been his repertory that had likewise earned him popularity in TV dramatization, and later in the huge screens.
Humayun’s first TV show was Prothom Prohor (1983), coordinated by Nawazesh Ali Khan. His first show serial was Ei Shob Din Ratri (1985). This was trailed by the parody arrangement Bohubrihi (1988), the verifiable show arrangement Ayomoy (1988), the urban dramatization arrangement Kothao Keu Nei (1990), Nokkhotrer Raat (1996), and Aaj Robibar (1999).
Humayun likewise composed a few books in view of the Bangladesh Liberation War – Aguner Poroshmoni, Srabon Megher Din, and Jyotsna O Jononir Golpo. His sentimental books included: Badol Diner Prothom Kodom Phool, Noboni, Aj Dupure Tomar Nimontran, and Tumi Amai Dekechhile Chhutir Nimontrane.
He composed four self-portrayals – Hotel Graver Inn, Amar Chelebela, Rong Pencil and Fountain Pen.
He coordinated movies in view of his own stories. His first film, Aguner Poroshmoni, in view of the Bangladesh Liberation War, won the National Film Award in a sum of eight classifications, including the honor for Best Picture and Best Director.
His last coordinated film, Ghetuputra Kamola, the account of a high school kid, was set in the British provincial period.