Ibne Safi (1928-1980) is the Nickname of Asrar Ahmad, the smash hit and most well known creator of secret and investigator books in the historical backdrop of the Indian Subcontinent's Urdu writing. His beginning works go once again to the early 1940s, when he composed from India. After the part in 1947, he moved to Pakistan, and penned his later books there. So solid was Ibne Safi's effect on the Subcontinent's scholarly scene that his books were deciphered into a few territorial dialects. It was not irregular for Safi's books to be sold at bootleg market costs in Pakistan and India, where they were initially distributed consistently.