M. Hameed Shahid
Home / Testimonials / Hameed Shahid’s stories written in the backdrop of 9/11 have introduced a different genre in Urdu fiction and by doing this he has set an example for other writers to follow. Hameed Shahid’s short stories are woven well. They remind one of Baidi and Manto as far as the questions of self and identity are concerned. He has never lost touch with his soil and takes us back to days when values had certain place in our lives and people had an ear for a word of advice and goodness.  [Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik]

Hameed Shahid’s stories written in the backdrop of 9/11 have introduced a different genre in Urdu fiction and by doing this he has set an example for other writers to follow. Hameed Shahid’s short stories are woven well. They remind one of Baidi and Manto as far as the questions of self and identity are concerned. He has never lost touch with his soil and takes us back to days when values had certain place in our lives and people had an ear for a word of advice and goodness.  [Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik]

Prof Fateh Mohammad Malik, M Hameed Shahid, Saeed Akhtar Malik
Prof Fateh Mohammad Malik, M Hameed Shahid, Saeed Akhtar Malik
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Hameed Shahid’s stories written in the backdrop of 9/11 have introduced a different genre in Urdu fiction and by doing this he has set an example for other writers to follow. Hameed Shahid’s short stories are woven well. They remind one of Baidi and Manto as far as the questions of self and identity are concerned. He has never lost touch with his soil and takes us back to days when values had certain place in our lives and people had an ear for a word of advice and goodness.  [Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik]

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As critiques of our moral bankruptcy and hypocrisy Shahid’s stories are almost pitiless in their indictment. The fractured style and the frenzied pace give them considerable impetus. Stories like “Sovarg mein sour” and “Marg zaar” make a mockery of our autocratic establishment. [M. Saleem ur Rehman]

As critiques of our moral bankruptcy and hypocrisy Shahid’s stories are almost pitiless in their …

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