Famous play writer of Pakistan Television: Muneer Ahmed Qureshi (Munnu Bhai)
Muneer Ahmed Qureshi, Famous play writer of Pakistan Television, ‘Sona Chandi’, translator for an Urdu newspaper, ‘Gumshuda’ and ‘Khubsurat’, ‘Ashiyaana’, ‘Dasht’, best and brightest columnists, columnist for the Daily Jang

His name was mostly associated with column writing but Muneer Ahmed Qureshi or ‘Munnu Bhai’, as he is better known, put on paper a few of the most remembered and revered drama serials in Pakistani television history. He has been one of the most outstanding and consistent writers in Pakistan. He was born on 6th February, 1933 in Wazirabad, Punjab. He finished his schooling from the Government College Attock. Initially he worked as a translator for an Urdu newspaper but eventually developed into a playwright and dramatist with exceptional capacity and skills. He devoted most of his pen and ink to PTV.

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Famous Pakistani Author(Novelist): Hashim Nadeem
Hashim Nadeem, Famous Pakistani Author (Novelist), ‘Sipahee’, ‘Hijaab’ and ‘Khuda aur Mohabbat’, ‘Abdullah’, ‘Bachpan ka December’ and ‘Mukaddas’

Hashim Nadeem is Pakistan’s writing prodigy born on 3rd February, 1976, having earned much acclaim due to his novels and scripts. Completing his intermediate from Cadet College Petaro after receiving early education in Quetta, Hashim Nadeem opted for medicine at the Bolan University of Medical & Health Sciences and eventually joined the civil service as assistant commissioner. His popularity increased due to his different and exclusive style and his ability to take any situation and mould it in a way so as to interest the audience. His work showed off his natural talent to express feelings like passion, hunger and other human emotions very easily. A man who is admired and whose work is enjoyed by the critics as well, it is no surprise that he is being perceived as the new face in fictional writing.

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