Anisul Hoque, (3 March, 1965, 1966, according to academic certificate) is a Bangladeshi author, novelist, dramatist, and journalist.
His father is late Mofazzal Hoque and mother is Mst. Anwara Begum. He was the student of Rangpur PTI primary school, Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur Carmichael College. Anisul Hoque graduated from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, trained as a civil engineer. His inspiration in journalism and writing started during his student life. After his graduation he joined to serve as a government employee but resigined only after 15 days. Later, He started working as a journalist. Currently, Anisul Hoque is working as a Deputy Editor of the Bengali language daily Prothom Alo which is leading position in Bangladesh.
Poetry Jalrang Padya; Khola Chithi Sundarer Kachhe; Asale Ayur Cheye Baro Shaadh Tar Akash Dekhar
Novels Kheya (The Ferryboat 1996); Ondhokarer Eksho Bochhor (One Hundred Years in Darkness, 1995); Fand (Trap, 1997); Bristibondhu (The Rain Friend, 1997); Amar Ekta Dukhkho Achhe (I have a Sorrow 1999); Se (The Person, 2002); Maa (Mother, 2003); Abar Tora Kipte Ho; Dushwapner Jatri (2006); Khuda o Bhalobashar Galpo; Nandini (2006); Alo Andhokare Jai (2007)
Television drama Ekannoborti; Choruibhati; Naal Piran (Red Shirt); Korimon Bewa; Ghure Daranor Swapno; 69; No Man's Land; Nikhoj Shongbad
Filmography Script for Bachelor, 2004; Sript for Made in Bangladesh (directed by Mostafa Sarwar Farooki)
Awards Euro Shishu Shahitya Award 2006 BACHSAS Award for Best Sreenplay TENASINAS Award for Best Screenplay.
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