Guys, if i talk about Bangali literature, the first name come in my mind is Zahir Raihan. Few days ago i saw one of his flim "Hazar Bochor Dhore". Though it is old flim but the story is so fantastic.
Zahir Raihan is a name synonymous with the Golden Age of cinema in Bangladesh. Even though the legendary Freedom Fighter lived only for 37 yrs before his ultimate death. He was not only a filmmaker but also a novelis, writter, journalist.
He waved his magic not only with pen, he worked behind the camera also. He started his carrier as an assistant director in a Urdu flim called " Jaga Huwa Savera", his first film as a director was titled "Shonar Kajol". one of his most revered works is Jibon Theke Neya, which is a classic to this day. The film is based on the Language Movement in 1952, and is still broadcasted annually on multiple television channels on February 21, the International Mother Language Day. The folk-genre film Behula is also one of his best works.
Some of his famous novels are HAZAR BOCHOR DHORE, SHES BIKELER MEYE, BOROF GOLA NODI etc.
Arek Falgun, based on the Language Movement, is an exemplary piece of writing which is important to the history of the movement itself.
I wrote a little about this unparalleled legend. Thanks everyone for ur times.