Humayun Ahmed was a renowned Bangladeshi writer and director who made significant contributions to Bangla literature and cinema. Humayun Ahmed's literary works, including novels, television dramas, films, short stories are widely read and beloved in Bangladesh and beyond, and many of his books have been adapted into successful films and television dramas. As a filmmaker, he directed a number of critically acclaimed movies, including "Aguner Poroshmoni," which won three Bangladesh National Film Awards in Bangladesh. He also won three Bangladesh National Film Awards in different categories for the films "Daruchini Dip" and "Ghetuputra Komola". Throughout his career, Humayun Ahmed used his storytelling skills to tackle important social issues, such as poverty, gender inequality, and political corruption. Despite passing away in 2012, Humayun Ahmed remains a highly respected and beloved figure in Bangladeshi culture.