Urdu Fiction Writer A Hameed Remembered On Death Anniversary

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 29th Apr, 2024) The 13th death anniversary of the legendary urdu fiction writer and creator of the famous children’s tv drama “Ainak Wala Jin”, Abdul Hameed known as A Hameed, was observed on Monday.

Born in Amritsar in 1928 he passed his secondary education in Amritsar. After partition, he migrated to Pakistan and passed intermediate, and joined Radio Pakistan as an assistant script editor. After working some years for Radio Pakistan he joined Voice of America. His first collection of short stories received popular acclaim and made him a recognized romantic short story writer.

Apart from writing short stories and novels, he wrote columns for national newspapers. He also wrote for radio and television.

A. Hameed has more than 200 novels on his credit. His books “Lahore Lahore Aye”, “Ehram-e-Misr Se Farar” and “Mirza Ghalib Lahore Main” are amongst his most popular works. His drama “Ainak Wala Jin” was popular with children in the 1990s. Moreover his fantasy series of 100 novels for children known as AMBAR NAAG MARIA Series was a real fame for him. Hameed died on April 29, 2011, at the age of 83.

#Urdu #Fiction #Writer #Hameed #Remembered #Death #Anniversary

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *