Mohiuddin Nawab was a Pakistani author, screenwriter, and poet. He was born on September 4, 1930 & died on February 6, 2016. He is known for his best-selling novel series, “Devta,” which ran in Suspense Digest from February 1977 to January 2010 and was released in parts. Farhad Ali Taimur, a character in the book, is a womanizer and a master of telepathy. Devta is his autobiography.
Aside from Devta, Nawab wrote about 600 short or novel-length stories about romance, society, spies, and history for well-known digests like Jasoosi Digest and Suspense Digest. Kachra Ghar, Iman Ka Safar, Khali Seep, and Adha Chehra are some of his best-known stories. “Do Tara” is the name of a book that has a collection of his poetry and prose. Nawab also wrote the scripts for a few movies, including “Jo Darr Gya Woh Marr Gya” (1995).