Bimal Mitra is an Indian writer who worked for the Bengali film industry. He was born on 18th March 1912 in Fatehpur, West Bengal. Bimal wrote about more than one hundred novels and short stories some of them were also made into successful movies. As one of the most popular Bengali writers, he was also nominated in the Filmfare Awards for Best Story for a film. One of the most famous novels is Saheb Bibi Golam which was released in January 1953 was adapted by many big movies. One of his novels named Asami Hazir was also adapted by the Doordarshan for a TV series named
, which was based on a real story of a man.
In his early days, he served in Bilaspur railway station, and in the 1940s he was working in Chakradharpur Division in the control Organization. His interest in writing increased so much that he resigned from the Indian Railway Service in 1950. Some of his literary and short stories work includes Kori Diye Kinlaam, Ekak Dasak Shatak, Pati Param Guru, Tomra Dujone Mile, Ja Debi, Gulmohar, Jenana Sambad, Satashe Srabon, Dori, Putul Didi, and many others.