Kingkor Ahsan Wiki/Bio, Age, Wife Books, Family, Height

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“The hack of the world book, the hack of the story ” this are the words of Writer Kinkar Ahsan. Kingkor Ahsan is a Bangladeshi book writer.
He is not only a writer but also a leader. The only wish of this crazy young man who has started a movement for books is that people should go to books again.
So far he has published 11 books. This year his new book ‘Meghdubi’ is being published by Anbesha Prakashani.

In an interview about his book ‘Meghdubi’, Writer Kingkor Ahsan said that, “Water in the green grass, pictures painted in algae, history of the world, written by the stone-poet, be right, otherwise you will get a hard curse, what you call virtue, another name is his sin. You have kept Meghdubi in love. This love makes me more indebted to Ara and a lifetime.
I want to write.”

His style of speak inspired many youths of Bangladesh. He started his journey by writing in a popular daily newspaper of the country. For five years in a row, he has written short stories in Banglanews, Bangladesh Pratidin, Kaler Kantho, Parivartan and almost all the top dailies and online portals in the country. The apprentice has worked as a sub-editor on Kaler Kantho’s ‘Batighar’ page. Besides writing, he also put his hand in the film. He has been acclaimed for his telefilms ‘Patar Nauka’, ‘Kring Kring’ and ‘Jalparani’.
He has worked ‘Ke hote chay Kotipoti’ as an assistant script writer for a TV show. He was also the chief scriptwriter for ‘Marks Allrounder’, ‘Haste Mana’, ‘Handsome the Ultimate Man Powered by Bangladesh Navy’ and ‘Bangladesh Super League-Grand Logo Unveiling’ organized by Bangladesh Football Federation. He has worked with Dhaka University Writers’ Association, Dhaka University Film Parliament, Kanthashilan, Muktasar, Build Better Bangladesh and many other organizations.
He has published 11 books. His favorite and best sellers books are ‘Angardhani’ (Novel), ‘Kather Shorir’ (Story Book), ‘Rangila Kitab’ (Novel), ‘Swarnabhumi’ (Story Book), ‘Maqbara’ (Novel) and ‘Aladdin Zindabad’ (Story Book)

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