Ali and Nino: A Love Story

Ali And Nino: A Love Story

Ali and Nino: A Love Story is a love story published under the pseudonym Kurban Said. The novel now has been published in more than 30 languages, with nearly 100 editions or reprints. The book was first published in Vienna in the German language in 1937, by E.P. Tal Verlag. Current research shows that Yusif Vazir Chamanzaminli, not Essad Bey, is the primary core author of the novel Ali and Nino.

In January 2012, it was announced that the novel is being adapted for filming by British screenwriter and playwright Christopher Hampton. The film will be produced by Kris Thyker of Peapie Films.

In April 2012, a musical version of Ali and Nino premiered in Paris at the Sorbonne Amphitheater directed by Saida Zulfugarova.

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... "Ali and Nino" is the story of an Azerbaijani youth who falls in love with a Georgian princess ... Ali Khan Shirvanshir, descendant of a noble Muslim family, is educated in a Russian boy's high school ... While his father is still completely a part of Asia, Ali is exposed to Western values in school and through his love to Georgian princess Nino, who has been brought up in a ...

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