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Siffat Ullah Jan 18
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A Y E S H A 👑 Feb 23
If you can't bear stories then the society is unbearable. Who am I to remove clothes of this society, which itself is naked.
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Filmfare Mar 23
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imran May 11
Remembering who had composed own elegy in his life "Here lies Sa'adat Hassan Manto and with him lie buried all the secrets and mysteries of the art of storytelling Under tons of earth he rests, still wondering who among the two is the greater story writer: God or he"
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Unaiza Butt Jan 18
The writers always have a profound impact on millions of readers so is their duty to write decency.
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Mirchi Sayema May 11
Replying to @MirchiSayema
Some pics of the evening.
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Laboni das Feb 6
At last seen . But actually the partition. The scar runs so deep that it still bleeds. A similar scene I have seen in the film Rajkahini, perhaps bec partition has the same horror stories. ( and I cried a lot. Looks like I'm fast turning into an old emotional lady )
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Indus News Mar 26
Saadat Hasan Manto was a prolific Pakistani writer who lived from 1912 to 1955. Considered to be one of the greatest Urdu short story writers of the 20th century, he often faced persecution in his life for using his work to break the status quo.
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Firstpost May 10
Replying to @firstpost
frequented the area around Kennedy Bridge. It wasn't the brothels that were the draw though, he went there to gamble or have a drink or two. (2/7)
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Zara Jan 18
 11 May 1912–18 January 1955
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Waleed Bizenjo Jan 17
...and it is also possible, that Saadat Hasan dies, but remains alive.
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Muhammad Atasam May 10
Remembering writer, playwright & author on his 107th birth anniversary. (11/05) He produced 22 collections of short stories, a novel, 5 series of radio plays, 3 collections of essays, 2 collections of personal sketches.
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scroll.in May 10
On ’s birth anniversary, a story from his life in a Bombay chawl: ‘Peerun’ ’s ‘Bombay Stories’ are devastating portraits of the working class crammed into tenement houses.
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Zubair Dogar May 10
Happy Birthday Manto 🖤🍁 Saadat Hasan Manto the most widely read and the most controversial short-story writer in Urdu. Some of Manto's greatest work was produced in the last seven years of his life, a time of great financial and emotional hardship for him.
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Indus News Apr 28
One of the Pakistan's literary giants, Saadat Hassan is known for writing whatever he pleased, which resulted in a life steeped in both controversy and tragedy.
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Mirchi Sayema May 11
An awesome gathering at with friends who keep close to their being. We promised to uphold the truth within n outside us. I read ‘Sahaaye’ Thanks to for this. Happy birthday Manto!
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Manto Film May 13
’s voyage continues. The film will be screened at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies on 4th July, 6PM & 7th July, 4PM & at Nakanoshima Center on 5th July, 6PM.
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JioCinema Mar 16
Don't we all experience this 🤔 Watch now on JioCinema! @Viacom18Movies
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Sharib Hashmi May 11
Happy Birthday !!!!
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Simpatizante Analfabeto ᶜʳᶠ 5h
Vida longa no ao craque e Honra o e representa como poucos a Nação Rubro-Negra. Que venham mais títulos! 🔴⚫️🏀
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