Today, Google Doodle pays tribute to the life and legacy of Pakistani novelist, playwright, and television writer Banu Qudsia (better known as Banu Appa).
She is recognized as one of the most important Urdu writers in modern times.
Moreover, Banu Qudsia is known for her messages of love and hope. Above all, her TV works Aadi Bat (1968) and Raja Gidh (1981) and other Urdu classics have been widely recognized.
Additionally, Qudsia was born in Firuzpur, British India (present-day India) on that day in 1928 and has been writing short stories since he was a child.
After moving to Lahore near Pakistan, after dividing the Indian subcontinent, he obtained a master’s degree in Urdu. While in school, she also met Ashfaq Ahmed, her future husband and Urdu language and literature classmate.
In the fertile era of Pakistani literature, the thought-provoking Quddisya TV series has earned it a reputation as an innovator of cultural trends.
In addition, he has written more than 25 novels and founded his own magazine “Dastaango”.
Even though her legend has gone through her six-decade career, she still maintains a good reputation for acceptance and radicalism, and is known for her embrace of people from all walks of life seeking guidance or help. .
However, Qudsia was awarded the Star of Excellence (Star of Excellence) in 1983 and 2000 and Hilal e Imtiaz in 2000. It is the highest honor among the citizens of Pakistan.
Hence, Happy birthday, Banu Appa! Your contributions to Pakistani literature and entertainment will echo in future generations!