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Shelve Pur Haul Sannaata. At the time of his demise, Ibn-e-Safi had left four sons and three daughters. All these sons and daughters belong to his first marriage that was held in Rawalpindi, Pakistan in Later, he also married a young woman named Farhat Ara who lived in North Nazimabad. She remained under consistent oblivion till her death in Ibn-e-Safi started writing poetry in his childhood and soon earned critical acclaim in whole South-Asian community.
After completing his Bachelor of Arts, he started writing short stories, humour and satire under various names such as "Siniki Cynic Soldier" and "Tughral Farghan. His early works in the s included short stories, humour and satire.
According to one of his autobiographical essays, someone in a literary meeting claimed that Urdu literature had little scope for anything but sexual themes. To challenge this notion, Ibn-e-Safi began writing detective stories in January in the monthly Nikhat , naming the series Jasoosi Dunya. Ibne Safi's novels — characterized by a blend of adventure, suspense, violence, romance, and comedy — achieved massive popularity by a broad readership. So strong was Ibne Safi's impact on the Urdu literary scene that his novels were translated into several regional languages.
It was not unusual for Safi's books to be sold at black market prices in Pakistan and India, where they were originally published every month. The settings in Ibne Safi's novels are such that the reader is never told the national origin of the heroes.
Since Jasoosi Duniya was created before the independence of the subcontinent, the names of the characters and their locales suggest that the novel takes place in India. The advent of the Imran Series came post-independence, and the reader is set up to assume that the narrative is situated in Pakistan. Considering that Ibne Safi never left the Indian Subcontinent, the detailed descriptions he provides of the diverse localities are surprisingly accurate.
Many a time, Ibne Safi created fictitious settings for his stories. The magical web of his writing is so captivating that these fantasy lands have become real in the minds of readers.
Avid fans of the author are experts on the people and cultures of Shakraal, Karaghaal, Maqlaaq, Zeroland, and many other imaginary domains. Where had you been? In these adventures, Ibne Safi takes the reader to various fictitious, exotic lands of his own imagination.
Ibne Safi wrote the story and screenplay for a film 'Dhamaka' based on his novel 'Bebakon ki talash'. The film did not get the publicity and fame which it deserved and remains mostly forgotten.
However, it remained incomplete due to his illness. In Urdu script: Why should man ever become serious when he knows full well that one day he will be buried along with his seriousness? Black Picture. Life is only action and reaction. The rationalizations are added later. Regretting stupidity is the biggest stupidity of them all. In English translated from Urdu By Dr. Ahmad Safi, son of Ibne safi: Why is it that an ordinary clerk has to pass the examination for clerkship, a police constable has to go through training as a recruit before he could be commissioned and on the other hand vegetable-selling middlemen, good-for-nothing feudals and imbecile merchants go sit in the Assemblies directly and start legisltating and some even become members of the cabinet Jungle Ki Sheriyat.
I know that crimes committed by governments are not called crimes but diplomacy. A crime is only that which is committed in an individual capacity. Jonk Ki Wapsi. Nuclear and Hydrogen Bomb experiments were beyond their comprehension.
They could not figure out why a person is incarcerated in a mental asylum when he turns mad and why when a nation turns mad, we start calling it a Power Anokhay Raqas.
Muhammad Hussain Talpur film producer played the role of Jameson and actress Shabnam played the role of Sabiha. Imran and X-2's team was not shown in the movie.
The voice of X-2 was recorded by Ibne Safi himself. Actor Rahman played the role of a Villain for the first time.