Mohammad Zahirullah also known as Zahir Raihan was a Bangladeshi novelist, writer and filmmaker. He still dominates our memory because of his documentary " Stop Genocide” made during the Bangladesh Freedom War. Zahir Raihan was developed on nineteen August 1935, in the village Majupur, by Feni. His father was obviously a professor of Calcutta Alia Madrasha. Following your Partition of Bengal in 1947, this individual along with his father and mother returned back for their own town..

Early level of his life

Zahir passed the Matriculation in 1950 by Amirabad Secondary school and completed his ISc. from Dhaka College. He obtained BA (Hon) in Bangla from your University of Dhaka. In his early on life this individual devoted him self with the still left politics. He was a moderate of the suspended communist party leaders. This individual took an active part in the language movements. He was one of the first 10 college students to go out in a procession upon 21 March 1952 despite there was analysis and taken to prison. Selection his famous film " Jibon Theke Neya" depending on language movements. He also took portion in the " Gano Obhyuthyan" in 69. In 1971 he joined in the Liberation Warfare of Bangladesh and created documentary motion pictures on this wonderful event.

Specialist career

Zahir Raihan was fond of literature. He received his post graduate student degree in Bengali Literature. Along with literature likewise works as journalist. He became a member of Juger Alo in 1950. Later in newspapers, known as Khapchhara, Jantrik, and Movie theater. His initial short history, titled Suryagrahan, was posted in 1955. He worked well as a great assistant in the film " Jago Huya Sabera (Urdu)” in 1957. This was his first ft . print in film. The filmmaker Ehtesham also got him for his motion picture A Desh Tomar Respetar, for which he wrote the title song. Film " Kokhono Asheni” was his initial directed film in 1960. In 1964, he made Pakistan's first coloring movie " Sangam” and completed his first CinemaScope movie " Bahana” the subsequent year.


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