He also wrote his own James Bond series. Sunil, a debonair and upright investigative journalist for the fictional daily newspaper Blast, lives in the fictional city of Rajnagar, a metropolitan city located on the coastline. Sunil has a quixotic nature when it comes to damsels in distress , which happens only too often. He is a man in his 30s, who is willing to go any lengths in pursuit of justice, mostly with help of his best friend Ramakant Malhotra, a dipsomaniac and owner of a club called Youth Club. His attempts to protect the innocent often result in Sunil ending up on the wrong side of the law, bringing him face to face with Inspector Prabhudayal, the exceptionally strict and incorruptible officer in charge of the homicide division of the Rajnagar Police.

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He is the author who has rendered a prestige and dignity to the pulp-fiction novels of crime-detection or mystery genre written in Hindi. He wrote a lot in the heyday of pulp-fiction books in India which had a huge sale but seen derogatorily by the decorous readers. Pathak who created a unique identity for himself in the crowd of pulp-fiction writers and gradually became so popular that he gained celebrity status.

Pathak moved to India at the time Partition along with his family. Despite having studied Science subjects, Mr Pathak had very keen interest in languages with sound knowledge of English, Urdu and his mother tongue — Punjabi. He writes in Hindi but his knowledge of English, Urdu and Punjabi reflects on his Hindi writing as well, making the language of his novels spicy and influential. In , he got a job in Indian Telephone Industries which he continued to do till his retirement on However, he carried on with his literary interest with the job.

He read a lot of quality novels from the English literature and due to his keen interest in crime fiction he started writing himself A short story — Sattavan Saal Puraana Aadmi a man that existed fifty-seven years back was his first published work. It was published in a Hindi magazine — Manohar Kahaniyaan. He started with Sunil Series which contains the ventures of an investigative journalist — Sunil Kumar Chakravarty.

However, he got enormous fame through his Vimal Series whose hero is a Sikh original name — Sardaar Surendra Singh Sohal who has been compelled by circumstances to become a criminal. He is a gangster with a conscience and takes the law in his hands only to eliminate the hard-core criminals and help the needy, the underdog and the innocents.

Pathak has gradually given him the form of Robinhood. He is a God-fearing man and keeps on reciting couplets from Guru Granth Saheb the holy book of the Sikhs. One more popular hero created by Mr.

Pathak is Sudhir Kohli who is a private detective and resides in Delhi. Since Mr. Pathak himself is settled in Delhi, spending almost the whole of his life there itself, he knows the Delhites and the Delhi culture very well. Hence he created a very practical hero who is not an idealist like Sunil or Vimal. The latest serial hero created by Mr. Pathak is Jeet Singh, a petty criminal who has taken to crime because of a heart-break in his life.

Pathak has also written several thrillers and murder mysteries not containing any permanent characters. He has penned several joke books too because of his fondness for collecting and creating jokes. He is a good painter also and made cover pages of some of his novels in the early years of his writing.

Pathak has penned more than novels under Sunil Series which is a world record for any author to write so many novels with a particular serial hero. A simple man with a jolly nature and a positive attitude towards life, this seasoned author is active even in his seventies. He wants to write till his last day on this Earth and asserts - "I want the people to say that in the field of mystery writing, Mr.

Pathak died with his shoes on.


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