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Sidney Sheldon

Sidney Sheldon was born on 11 February 1917 in Chicago, America. He was an American Novel and Drama writer. Twenty-year-old he had moved to Hollywood, where he wrote many Films. He was playful and happy mood man. His father was a German Jew and Russian Jewess mother. Sidney marries with three times his first marry with Jane Kaufman Harding in 1945 and they separated in 1948, his second marry with Jorja Curtright in 1951 and they separated in 1985 and his third marry with Alexandra Sheldon in 1989. They have one daughter Mary Sheldon. Sidney Sheldon started his practical life from the status of a pilot in Second World War. He also wrote the drama. His drama script also been published and the stage. After the Second World War, he went to Hollywood and became known as the film writer. He also received the award for best screenplay writer. He says many quotes . He become famous as a film, television and movies writer and was considered a successful film writer. In 1947 and 1948, Sidney Sheldon to write the best screenplay, Oscar Award and Screenwriter award was awarded the prize. They focus to write the novel. His first novel “The Naked Face” was published in 1969 which was published in thirty million copied. He had become such a popular novelist. In the world of his novels have been translated into fifty-one other languages and it does sell in one hundred and eight countries, as a novelist they receive many awarded. In this page you will read and fine biography and life history of Sidney Sheldon in Urdu and Hindi.
Sidney Sheldon


Name: Sidney Sheldon

Personality: Writer

Born (Birthday): 11 February 1917

Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Wife Name: Alexandra Sheldon (1989 to 2007), Jorja Curtright (1951 to 1985), Jane Kaufman Harding (1945 to 1948)

Children: Mary Sheldon

Died: 30 January 2007 in California, U.S


Sidney Sheldon 11 February 1917 ko America ke shaher (city) Chicago mein paida howe. Woh America ke mash,hor drama aur Novel writer thein, jinhein log aj bhi yad karte hein aur un ke Novel ko log aj bhi shouq se parhte hein. woh zinda dil aur khush mezaj insan thein. Un ke walid (Father) German yahudi aur walida (Mother) ek Russian yahudan thin. Sidney ne 3 shadiyan ki. In ki pehli shadi Jane Kaufman Harding se 1945 mein ki aur ye shadi 1948 tak qaem rahi, es ke baad inho ne Jorja Curtright se 1951 mein shadi ki jo 1985 tak qaem rahi, pher Alexandra Sheldon se 1989 mein shadi ki jo akhri waqt tak qaem rahi yani 2007 tak. In ki aik beti Mary Sheldon hai.


Sidney Sheldon ne apni amli zindagi ka aghaz dusri jang-e-azim mein ek Pilot ki haisiyat se kiya es duran woh drama bhi likhte rahe. Jo shaya howe aur inhain stage bhi kiya giya. Es se qabal 20 saal (year) ki umar mein woh Hollywood chale gaye jahan script writer ki haisiyat se unhon ne kai films likhi jang ke khatme ke baad woh dobara Hollywood gay aur films writer ke tour per marof ho gay. Inhein behtarenn screenplay writer ka award bhi mila, films, television aur drama writer ki hesiyat se woh mashhor ho gay aur aik kamyab filmi musanif (films writer) samjhe jane lage.

1947 aur 1948 mein Sdney Sheldon ko behtareen screenplay likhne par Oscar Award aur Screenwriter Guild award diya gaya. Unho ne Novel nigari ki taraf bhi tawajha di, in ka pehla Novel “The Naked Face” 1969 mein shaya howa jo 30 lakh ki tadad mein shaya howa es tarha ab woh aik maqbol Novel nigar ban chuke thein. Es jasosi Novel ne inhein raato raat mash,hor kar diya tou unho ne dosra Novel “The Other Side Of Midnight” aaenda saal (next year) shaya howa aur es Novel ne farokht (sell) ka naya record qaem kiya. Dunya mein in ke Novel ke 51 mukhtalif zubano (languages) mein tarjuma (translate) kiye gaey aur ye 108 countries mein farokht (sell) howe aur inhein Novel nigar ki hasiyat se bhi kai award miley.

Apni in kamyabiyon per Sidney Sheldon kehte thein “mere andar aik musanif (writer) banne ki salahiyat nahi thi lekin jab bhi Novel nigar ki hasiyat se saraha gaya tou mujhe khud par fakhar hone laga”

Sheldon apni akhri umer tak Novel likhte rahe aur mout (death) bhi Novel likhte howe 2007 mein hoi. In ke Novel ka log bari be-cheni se intazar karte thein, es ke liye Sidney Sheldon ne dunya bhar ke mumalik ke dore kiye thein kyou ke woh es pas-e-manzar mein darama likhte thein aur dramas mein haqiqat ka rang bharne ki koshesh karte thein yahan tak insan ke ehsasat ki akasi bhi woh heran-kun waqeyat se kar lete.

Ek din raat ke waqt Switzerland ke aik gher abaad maqam se guzarte howe achanak unho ne apne taxi driver se pocha tumhare khayal mein yahan aik laash ko dafan karne ke liye behtareen jagha koun si hai es se woh ehsasat ka andaza laga rahe thein, driver seham gaya aur es ke chehre ke tasuraat ke bare mein Sidney kehte hein ke “inhein mein kabhi nahi bhool sakta”. Woh jis shehar (city) mien bhi jate wahan aik maqami driver ki khidmat hasil kar ke pore elaqe ka gehri nazar se jaeza liya karte. Arab patti tou woh apne chand Novels ke shaya hone ke baad he ban gae thein es ke bawajod in ke likhne ke shouq aur lagan mein kami nahi aai kyou ke woh peson ki khatir nahi balke apne shouq ke khatir likhte thein. Unho ne apni films aur Novels ke liye be-shumar mumtaz award liye, woh dunya ke sab se maqbol aur sab se zyada parhe jane wale Novel nigar thein, in ke kai Novel aik saal (one year) se zyada arse ke liye bohat zyada farokht (sell) hone wali kutub mein sar-e-fehrist rahe.

Sidney Sheldon Quotes:

• Life is like a novel. It's filled with suspense. You have no idea what is going to happen until you turn the page.
• My heroes are those who risk their lives every day to protect our world and make it a better place - police, firefighters and members of our armed forces.
• A blank piece of paper is God's way of telling us how hard it is to be God.
• Try to leave the Earth a better place than when you arrived.
• Nothing lasts forever.
• When people tell me I've kept them up all night, I feel like I've succeeded.
• You have two choices. You can keep running and hiding and blaming the world for your problems, or you can stand up for yourself and decide to be somebody important.
• Another woman approached me while I was having lunch at the Russian Tea Room in New York and told me that the reason she had become a lawyer was because she had read 'Rage of Angels'. To me, that kind of feedback has more meaning than any sales figures.
• I'm a woman. I have a right to change my mind.
• I always spend time exploring the customs and attitudes of the countries I'm using for locations, and interviewing the people who live there. I've visited over 90 countries thus far.
• Being poor are only romantic in books.
• Don't give up. There are too many nay-sayers out there who will try to discourage you. Don't listen to them. The only one who can make you give up is yourself.
• The difference between a rebel and a patriot depends upon who is in power at the moment.
• I admire people who are, by nature, kind and fair to others.
• Don't give up. There are too many nay-Sayers out there who will try to discourage you. Don't listen to them. The only one who can make you give up is yourself.
• Stories had always been told about male genies coming out of bottles, but they were usually fat, old men. Never had the genie been a gorgeous woman, so that idea really appealed to me, and I created the series based on that premise.
• To be successful you need friends and to be very successful you need enemies.
• Talent is a gift that can be given, and it can be taken away. We have to appreciate that.
• Business is a game, played for fantastic stakes, and you're in competition with experts. If you want to win, you have to learn to be a master of the game.
• The Dalai Lama. He is a very wise man of great inner peace who believes that happiness is the purpose of our lives. Through his teachings and leadership, he continues to make this world a better place in which to live.
• Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better.
• If there is any secret to my success, I think it's that my characters are very real to me. I feel everything they feel, and therefore I think my readers care about them.
• Because there was a hunger in me to see everything and do everything. I wanted to be everyone I saw. I wasn't enough for me. Can you understand that?
• Usually, when people get to the end of a chapter, they close the book and go to sleep. I deliberately write a book so when the reader gets to the end of the chapter, he or she must turn one more page.
• You know, it's not fair. Women are judged inferior until we prove ourselves, and men are judged superior until they prove what assholes they are.
• Women's value has been under-recognized for far too long.
• God cannot take sides; for He is in all of us. We are all a part of Him, and when we try to destroy Him, we destroy ourselves.
• I go to great lengths to make certain situations feel right to the reader.
• When they die no one will ever know that once they lived.
• What I do is put my characters into situations that are so precarious there is no way to get out. And then I figure how to get them out.
• I'm sure that whatever changed is only temporary. It will change again.
• I wanted to make sure that the man who found the genie would not take terrible advantage of her, so he needed to be a person of integrity and honor - which is why I made the male lead an astronaut. The rest, as they say, is history.
• You don't know what can happen tomorrow. Life is like a novel, isn't it? It's filled with suspense. You never know what's going to happen until you turn the page.
• The part of my writing I find the most rewarding is when people write to me or speak to me in public to tell me how his or her life has been changed by my books.
• I was scared. Do you know what it's like to hold someone else's life in your hands? It's like playing God. Can you think of anything scarier than that?
• When you write a movie, you have a hundred collaborators. But when you write a novel, it's yours.
• It moves at its own measured pace, for it has no reason to hurry. Tomorrow will come in its own good time.
• I love the freedom that the narrative form provides.
• Usually, when people get to the end of a chapter, they close the book and go to sleep. I deliberately write a book so when the reader gets to the end of the chapter, he or she must turn one more page.
• The fact that my female characters have strong personalities but are also physically attractive probably reflects the women I've known in my life.
• Every man is a prisoner, and the greatest irony of all is to be the prisoner of another man.
• I try to give both my heroes and villains an emotional dimensionality which provides the motivation for their actions.
• To find riches is a beggar’s dream, but to find love is the dream of kings.
• I’m tired of the lies and the cheating, and the broken promises that were never meant to be kept.

Novel List of Sidney Sheldon:

• If Tomorrow Comes
• Tell Me Your Dreams
• The Other Side of Midnight
• Master of the Game
• Rage of Angels
• The Best Laid Plans
• Memories of Midnight
• The Stars Shine Down
• Bloodline
• A Stranger in the Mirror
• The Naked Face
• The Doomsday Conspiracy
• Windmills of the Gods
• The Sands of Time
• Morning, Noon and Night
• The Sky Is Falling
• The Other Side of Me
• Sidney Sheldon's After the Darkness
• Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Film List:

• Bloodline
• The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
• Easter Parade
• Annie Get Your Gun
• Dream Wife
• The Other Side of Midnight
• Three Guys Named Mike
• You're Never Too Young
• Anything Goes
• The Buster Keaton Story
• The Naked Face
• Rage of Angels
• Rage of Angels: The Story Continues
• The Barkleys of Broadway
• Buster and Billie
• Nancy Goes to Rio
• The Birds and the Bees
• Pardners
• No Questions Asked
• Remains to Be Seen
• Just This Once
• Fly-by-Night

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