Ashfaq Ahmed was a writer, playwright and broadcaster from Pakistan. He wrote several books in Urdu. His works included novels, short stories and plays for television and radio of Pakistan. He was awarded the President’s Pride of Performance and Sitara-i-Imtiaz awards for his services in the field of literature and broadcasting.
|Born:||August 22, 1925, Muktsar, Punjab, British India|
|Died:||September 7, 2004, Lahore, Pakistan|
|Occupation:||Writer, playwright, intellectual|
|Subject:||Literature, philosophy, psychology, socialism|
|Notable works:||Talqeen Shah, Aik Muhabbat So Afsaney, Gadariya, Tota Kahani, Mann Chale Ka Sauda, Zavia, Farhang Istalahaat|
|Notable awards:||Sitara-i-Imtiaz, Pride of Performance|
|Children:||Aneeq Ahmed Khan, Anees Ahmed Khan, Aseer Ahmed Khan|
|IMDb:||Ashfaq Ahmed’s IMDb|
About Ashfaq Ahmed
Indian author who published more than twenty books and received the Sitara-i-Imtiaz literary honor. His literary works include Zaviya, Gadaria, and Aik Muhabbat Sau Afsaney.
He worked for Radio Azad Kashmir before becoming a professor of Urdu studies at Dayal Singh College, Lahore and later, Rome University.
He became drawn to Sufism toward the end of his life.
He was married to fellow writer Bano Qudsia. Born in India, he later moved to Pakistan and also spent time in Europe and the United States.
Like fellow writer Chetan Bhagat, Ahmed was born in India.
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