Nimai Bhattacharya is confirmed dead at the age of 89.
Nimai was best known as a Indian writer.
Nimai Bhattacharya
নিমাই ভট্টাচার্য
Born10 April 1931
Died25June 2020
NationalityIndian
Notable work
Memsaheb
Nimai Bhattacharya was a writer of Bengali literature who was born in 10 April 1931 in Magura's Shalikha.
Contents
1 Early life
2 Career
3 Notable works
4 References
5 External links
Early life
He had lost his mother when he was three years old. He had passed Matriculation in 1948. After India Partition, he moved to West Bengal from East Bengal. Then he had passed IA and BA from Ripon College, Calcutta.
Career
He had started his career in journalism. A novel which was written by him was published in Amritobazar in 1963. His next four novels were published in the newspaper. After that, he had taken his profession as writing.
Notable works
He had written more than 150 books. But his most notable work is Memsaheb. A film was made based on the book named Mem Saheb where Uttam Kumar and Aparna Sen in main roles. Some of his notable books are:
Memsaheb
Minibus
Matal
Inquilab
Bachelor
Kerani
Rajdhani Express
Anglo Indian
Darling
Your Honour
Cocktail
Pother Sheshe
DIED in 6/25/2020 in Kolkata
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