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Writer, novelist and poet

Ibn-e-Safi

He was a prolific fiction writer, novelist and poet
Ibn-e-Safi - Writer, novelist and poet - He was a prolific fiction writer, novelist and poet
Facts on Ibn-e-Safi

Real name Israr Ahmad
Active career
Life 26-07-1928 - 26-07-1980
Born at Allahabad, India
Language Urdu
Profession Writting
Relations

Ibn-e-Safi's main works were the 125-book series Jasoosi Dunya (The Spy World) and the 120-book Imran Series. His novels were characterized by a blend of mystery, adventure, suspense, violence, romance and comedy, achieving massive popularity across a broad readership in Pakistan and India. One of Ibn-e-Safi's novel was filmed as Dhamaka in 1974, which was first appearance on silver screen of Javed Sheikh.

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Ibn-e-Safi, real name Israr Ahmad, was born on July 26, 1928 in Allahabad, India and died on the same date in 1980 in Karachi.








Pagli
Pagli
(1943)
Dard
Dard
(1947)
Khandan
Khandan
(1942)
Dost
Dost
(1944)



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