Mazhar Kaleem

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Mazhar Kaleem
مظہر کلیم
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Born (1942-07-22) 22 July 1942 (age 74)
Kiri Afghanan, Multan, Pakistan
Occupation Lawyer, novelist, Anchorperson
Period 1968 – present
Genre Detective Stories
Notable works
  • Naqabile Taskheer Mujrim
  • Khamosh Cheekhain
  • Kaghazi Qayamat
  • Tiger In Action

Mazhar Kaleem (Urdu: مظہر کلیم) is a Pakistani novelist chiefly known for his Imran Series novels, Urdu spy fiction[1] written within Imran Series mythos created by Ibn-e-Safi.

He is known for writing the Imran Series and has written short stories for children as well. He is the anchorperson of a saraiki radio talk show from Radio Multan, "Jamhoor-de-Awaz". He is a lawyer who was elected Senior Vice-President of Multan Bar Council.

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He has written over five hundred books in Imran Series both mystery long and short novels of Imran Series and short stories for children.

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  1. ^ Bloom, Clive (28 October 2008). Bestsellers: popular fiction since 1900. Palgrave Macmillan. p. 16. ISBN 9780230536883. Retrieved 19 June 2012. A. Hameed and Mazhar Kaleem Khan (Mazhar Nawaz Khan), are Urdu writers of spy thrillers and fantasy and are perhaps the most popular authors of such fiction