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Who is Ahmad Bashir?
Ahmad Bashir was a writer, journalist, intellectual and film director from Pakistan. He was the father of leading television artiste Bushra Ansari and poet Neelam Bashir. Begum Parveen Atif, also an Urdu short story writer, is his sister, and his wife Mehmooda was his partner from the 1947. He was a close friend of Urdu writers Mumtaz Mufti and Ibn-e-Insha.
- born on (92 years ago) in Gujranwala
- nationality: Pakistan
- profession: Writer, journalist, film director
- Marriage with Mehmooda Bashir
- parent of Bushra Ansari
- died on (11 years ago) in Lahore
- film produced: Neela Parbat
- film directed: Neela Parbat
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by Ludwig W. Adamec
July: Ahmad Bashir Ruigar is appointed minister of information and culture. 18 July: Sebghatullah Mujaddidi's National Front for the Liberation of Afghanistan joins Sayyid Ahmad Gailani's National Islamic Front of Afghanistan in expressing ...
by Kunal Chakrabarti, Shubhra Chakrabarti
postliberation period are somewhat less striking, though writers such as Ahmad Bashir, Syed Iqbal, Moinul Ahsan Saber, Imdadul Haq Milan, and Manju Sarkar have attempted to faithfully capture the feeling of alienation in contemporary life.
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