Ibn e safi novels

Considering that Ibne Safi never left the Indian Subcontinent, the detailed descriptions he provides of the diverse localities are surprisingly accurate. According to one of his autobiographical essays, someone in a literary meeting claimed that Urdu literature had little scope for anything but sexual themes. Views Read Edit View history. The rationalizations are added later. However, it remained incomplete due to his illness.

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In these adventures, Ibne Safi takes the reader to various fictitious, exotic lands of his own imagination. Between — he suffered an episode of severe depression, but recovered, and returned with a best-selling Imran Series novel, Dairrh Matwaalay One and a half amused. After nogels the latter, having attracted official attention as being subversive in the independence and post-independence period, he migrated to KarachiSindhPakistan in August He married to Ume Salma Khatoon in He started his own company by the name 'Israr Publications'.

Imran Series by Ibn-e-Safi

Why should man ever become serious when he knows full well that one day he will be buried along with his seriousness? By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Later, he also married a young woman named Farhat Ara who lived in North Nazimabad.

Regretting stupidity is the biggest stupidity of them all. To challenge this notion, Ibn-e-Safi began writing noovels stories in January in the monthly Nikhatnaming the series Jasoosi Dunya.

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His initial works date back to the early s, when he wrote from India. Imran and X-2's team was not shown in the movie.

Imran Series by Ibn-e-Safi

He also studied at Allahabad University where he was class fellow of Prof. The settings in Ibne Safi's novels are such that the reader is never told the national origin of the heroes. Muhammad Hussain Talpur film producer played the role of Jameson and actress Shabnam played the role of Sabiha. Actor Rahman played the role of a Villain for the first time.

Most of the English translations of Urdu poetry and titles are literal and do not capture the true essence of the language. After the independence of Indian and Pakistan inhe began writing novels in the early s while working as a secondary school teacher and continuing part-time studies. Why is it that an ordinary clerk has to pass the examination for clerkship, a police constable has to go through training as a recruit before he could be commissioned and on the other hand vegetable-selling middlemen, good-for-nothing feudals and imbecile merchants go sit in the Assemblies directly and start legisltating and some even become members of the cabinet Jungle Ki Sheriyat.

Ibne Safi died on 25 July at 5. Inhe started his first job at 'Nikhat Publications' as an Editor in the poetry department.

Imran Series by Ibne Safi

This was the only novel in which Safi brought Colonel Faridi and Imran together, but due to a highly heated response from fans, he never repeated the experiment. So strong was Ibne Safi's impact on the Urdu literary scene that his novels were translated into several regional languages.

The film featured a rendition of a ghazal by Habib Wali Muhammad, "Rah-e-talab mein kaun kisi ka", which was written by Ibn-e-Safi. The details of his last moments is mentioned in an article named Bayad Ibne Safi.

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Considering that Ibne Safi never left the Indian Subcontinent, the detailed descriptions novelss provides of the diverse localities are surprisingly accurate. Imran Series is the best-selling series of Urdu spy novels written from by Ibn-e-Safi. Ibn-e-Safi also spelled as Ibne Safi Urdu: A crime is only that which is committed in nvels individual capacity.

Ibn-e-Safi started writing poetry in his childhood and soon earned critical acclaim in whole South-Asian community. For this reason, these books are numbered at the end, otherwise they should not be considered "out of continuity".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 4 June Ahmad Safi, son of Ibne safi: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Both Doctor Dua-go and Jonk Ki Wapsi were published as a series of episodes in the Daily Hurriyatand later published in the form of books by "Asrar Publications" the regular publishers of Imran Series.

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