Hashim Nadeem

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Hashim Nadeem(Urdu: ہاشم ندیم‎) is a Pakistani-Urdu novelist, drama writer, poet and fiction writer.[1][citation needed][2] He is a film producer and director.[3][4][5]

He has also produced 27 telefilms and 11 drama serials as first private producer, among four of them have won different awards, in which he was also writer and director.[citation needed] His films include Abdullah, and his novels are Bachpan ka December, Khuda Aur Muhabbat, Aik Muhabbat aur sahi, and Muqaddas.

He has been awarded the Tamgha-e-Husn-e-Karkrdagi[6] by the Pakistani government. He has been also provided with the Bolan Award for the best situation sequential (PTV) for his sequential ‘Sipaahee’. His services have been recently awarded[when?] by "Poona festival award".[citation needed]

Early life[edit]

He was born in Quetta, Balochistan.[citation needed] He got his early education in cadet college Pataro, after studying at the Bolan Medical College.[citation needed] He passed civil service examination in 1996 and served as Assistant c[7]ommissioner in Quetta.[citation needed]

List of Novels[edit]

Bachpan Ka December[8]
Khuda Aur Muhabbat
Abdullah II
Aik Muhabbat aur Sahi


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  2. ^ By Ziauddin Sardar, Robin Yassin-Kassab. Pakistan?.
  3. ^ Rizwan, Sheharyar (28 September 2015). "I have not degraded the state in Abdullah, says director Hashim Nadeem". Images.
  4. ^ "8 Pakistani Films to Watch in 2016". DESIblitz. 10 January 2016.
  5. ^ "Freida Pinto to miss the Cannes this year - Times of India". The Times of India.
  6. ^ "the year in urdu". The Friday Times.
  7. ^ "Khuda Aur Muhabbat", Wikipedia, 16 April 2020, retrieved 20 April 2020
  8. ^ Anwar, M. Waseem. "Bachpan Ka December". Reading Section.
  9. ^ "Hashim Nadeem « Novels « Categories « Reading Section". rspk.paksociety.com.