Moinul Ahsan Saber

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Moinul Ahsan Saber
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Moinul Ahsan Saber
Born (1958-05-26)26 May 1958
Occupation Editor, writer
Nationality Bangladeshi
Ethnicity Bengali
Citizenship Bangladesh
Relatives Ahsan Habib (father)

Moinul Ahsan Saber (Bengali: মঈনুল আহসান সাবের ) (born 1958) is a fiction writer of Bangladesh. He is the executive editor of popular weekly magazine Saptahik 2000, published from Dhaka.

His father, Ahsan Habib, was one of the main modern poets of Bangladesh and Saber emerged as a writer and gained fame with the publication of his first novel Porasto Sahish (Bengali: পরাস্ত সহিস ) in 1982.

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Porasto Sahish (The Defeated Horse-Keeper), 1982
  • Aadmer Jonye Opeksha (Waiting for Adam), 1986
  • Pathor Somoy (Frozen Time), 1989
  • Char Torun Toruni (Four Teenage Boys and Girls), 1990
  • Manush Jekhane Jai Na (Where Man Doesn’t Go), 1990
  • Dharabahik Kahini (A Continuous Story), 1992
  • Opeksha (Waiting), 1992
  • Tumi Amake Niye Jabe (You Will Take Me), 1993
  • Kobej Lethel (Kobej, the Ruffian), 1993 [1]
  • Prem O Protishodh (Love and Revenge), 1993
  • Songshar Japon (Family Life), 1997

Television drama[edit]

Film[edit]

He was a student of Government laboratory high School.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moinul Ahsan Saber's Kobej Lethel, review by IFFTAKHER HOSSAIN, The Independent (Bangladesh), September 2, 2005.
  2. ^ Liliputera Bara Hobe ends shooting, The New Age, Bangladesh, April 28, 2005.

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