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But we all know that success is never final. So we must prepare ourselves for the challenges that lie ahead.
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Personal Life: Iqbal married Dr.
Yasmeen Haque in They have two children - son Nabil and daughter Yeshim. Iqbal's elder brother, Humayun Ahmed , was the most popular author and film-maker of Bangladesh since its independence. Humayun died after a nine-month struggle against colorectal cancer on the 19 July His younger brother, Ahsan Habib, is the editor of the satirical magazine, Unmad and one of the most reknowned cartoonist of Bangladesh.
Literary career: Iqbal started writing stories from a very early age. Iqbal wrote his first short story at the age of seven.
While studying in the Dhaka University Iqbal's story Copotronic Bhalobasa was published in a local magazine. But, a number of readers at that time felt that the story was based on a foreign story.