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Rupa By Humayun Ahmed
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Humayun Ahmed is a Bangladeshi writer, screenwriter and filmmaker. He wrote over fiction and non-fiction books, all of which were bestsellers. His writing style is characterized as magical realism. His debut novel Nondito Noroke was published in while he was still a university student. From his very first novel, his themes included the aspirations of average middle-class urban families and portrayed quintessential moments of their lives. His second novel was Shonkhonil Karagar.
The real name of the character is Himalay, a name given by his father. He follows a lifestyle that was instructed by his psychopathic father who wanted him to be a great man. Himu wears a yellow panjabi that does not have a pocket and lives like a vagabond or a gypsy. He does not have a job and, therefore, no source of income. He prefers the life of a beggar than that of a hard worker, often praising begging.
In the early s, Ahmed emerged as a filmmaker. He went on to make a total of eight films - each based on his own novels. Another brother, Ahsan Habib , is a cartoonist. During his childhood, Ahmed lived in Sylhet , Comilla , Chittagong , Bogra , Dinajpur and Panchagarh where his father was on official assignment. Ahmed studied in Chittagong Collegiate School. Ahmed wrote his debut novel Nondito Noroke In Blissful Hell during the Bangladesh independence war while he was a university student. This was followed by the comedy series Bohubrihi , the historical drama series Ayomoy , the urban drama series Kothao Keu Nei , Nokkhotrer Raat , and Aaj Robibar