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Bengali Books Of Rupak Saha: A Prolific Writer Of Thrillers And Suspense


Bengali Books of Rupak Saha: A Prolific Writer of Thrillers and Suspense




Rupak Saha was a Bengali writer who wrote more than 100 novels and short stories in the genre of thrillers and suspense. He was born in 1936 in Kolkata and started his career as a journalist. He was influenced by writers like Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, James Hadley Chase and Ian Fleming. He created many popular fictional characters such as Haraf, Kshama Karo He Prabhu, Jibanu, Raktavij and others.




Bengali Books of Rupak Saha: A Prolific Writer of Thrillers and Suspense



His books were known for their fast-paced plots, gripping suspense, unexpected twists and realistic portrayal of contemporary society. He also wrote about social issues such as corruption, terrorism, drug trafficking, human trafficking and environmental degradation. He was one of the most popular and best-selling writers in Bengali literature and his books have been translated into many languages.


Some of his famous books are:


  • Haraf: A series of novels featuring Haraf, a mysterious assassin who kills corrupt and powerful people for a fee.



  • Kshama Karo He Prabhu: A novel about a man who is falsely accused of murder and tries to prove his innocence while being chased by the police and the real killer.



  • Jibanu: A novel about a scientist who creates a deadly virus that can wipe out humanity and his struggle to stop it from falling into the wrong hands.



  • Raktavij: A novel about a serial killer who targets women and leaves a red mark on their bodies.



  • Lal Ronger Prithibi: A novel about a journalist who uncovers a conspiracy involving a nuclear bomb hidden in Kolkata.



Rupak Saha died in 2013 at the age of 77. He left behind a legacy of thrilling and captivating stories that continue to entertain and inspire readers across generations.


Rupak Saha was also a prolific translator who translated many foreign novels and stories into Bengali. He translated works by authors such as Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, Robert Ludlum, Frederick Forsyth, Sidney Sheldon, Mario Puzo and others. He also translated some classics such as The Iliad, The Odyssey, The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers.


He was also a voracious reader who read books from various genres and languages. He had a huge collection of books in his home library. He once said, "I read books like I breathe air. I cannot live without reading books." He also said, "Books are my best friends. They never betray me or hurt me. They always give me joy and knowledge."


He was also a humble and generous person who helped many young and aspiring writers. He encouraged them to write and gave them valuable feedback and guidance. He also donated many books to libraries and schools. He once said, "I write for myself and for my readers. I don't care about fame or money. I just want to share my stories with people who love them." 04f6b60f66


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