In the early s, Ahmed emerged as a filmmaker. He went on to make a total of eight films - each based on his own novels. Another brother, Ahsan Habib , is a cartoonist. During his childhood, Ahmed lived in Sylhet , Comilla , Chittagong , Bogra , Dinajpur and Panchagarh where his father was on official assignment. Ahmed studied in Chittagong Collegiate School.
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In the books, Ali plays the role of a part-time professor of Psychology  at the University of Dhaka. Despite his not being a professional psychiatrist, people come to him for psychiatric treatment because of his special interest and knowledge in parapsychology.
Later he was expelled from the University. Misir Ali is intelligent and often seen solving mysteries, although never accepting money for them. He is a logical person and doesn't believe in any paranormal activities. He has a personal diary named unsolved, in which he writes about those mysteries not solved by him.
He is dark, tall and thin but in another story it was mentioned that he is short. He always lives in a small flat with a servant. Most of the time those servants are seen to be running away by stealing his money.
He has a nephew named Amita. His mother died when he was two years old. His father was a Hujur Muslim priest , who died when he was in class five. He grew up in his relatives' house. He is a chain smoker, but in every story he tries to quit. Every times he gets a letter he reads it three times. He is attracted to a girl named Nilu who was his university student. He is unmarried but in the story 'Onnobhuvon' only it was mentioned that he married Nilu.
The movie received widely positive reviews from fans and critics alike. There are three parts of books that are available for the Misir Ali series. Among these 20 books there are 10 novels. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Apni Kothai?
Misir Ali! Where Are You? New Age. Archived from the original on 13 February Retrieved 14 August The Daily Star. Retrieved 30 July Hindustan Times. Prothom Alo in Bengali.
Archived from the original on August 17, Infotrac Newsstand. Last accessed August 14, Quote: "Humayun Ahmed, 64, was a popular author, playwright and film director who captivated millions of people with his famous characters Himu, Misir Ali, and Baker Bhai in Bengali literature, TV and film over the last three decades.
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