|Born||in Chittagong, Bangladesh|
|Birth Name||Abdul Kader Al Mohiuddin|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Moheen Reeyad was born into a Bengali-speaking Muslim family in Chittagong, Bangladesh, on March 26, 1990, and grew up in this city. He was considered despite poor grades at school. In the late 90s since his childhood until the age of sixteen, he was trying to become an artist. But after finishing school-days he decided to write. Since 2009, he started to editing Shankhabash, a Bengali little magazine. Next few years he had been involved with the Bengali poet-philosopher Shobuj Taposh in their theoretical discussion into a new ultramodern philosophy- Drishtantaism. He was the pioneer analyst and young critic of this concept.
In early 2010, after writing numerous short stories Moheen planned to visualize them through the film. Together with friends, he planned a move into film finally and sank their savings into making an experimental philosophical film. In the following year, he has made his directing debut by the film Cycle (2011), while he was 21. Alongside the main attempt to make the film was the aspect of Drishtantaism. Filming the first movie was not a happy experience. Despite mixed reviews for the film itself, the film received negative notices and most of them, poets, journalists claim it was somewhat annoying and hard to get understand.
He has been listed in "2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century" (10th Edition) in 2017, "Dictionary of International Biography" (39th edition) and "Man of the Year" in 2018 by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Poetry Hunter
|Tilottama Titlee||(6 August 2012 - 29 August 2016) ( separated)|