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We suggest you to read the hardcopy. But if you have no choice, you can read these books in digital format. In some Bangladeshi teleplays, Misir Ali is portrayed as bearded or with a moustache.
Whether he really has a beard or a moustache may be questioned. It's been confirmed by the author himself in one of his autobiographies that Misir Ali has a headful of hair, thick-framed glasses, and unshaven stubble.
These are the only constant aspects of his appearance. It is interesting that in a series where Misir Ali is the main and, essentially, only recurring character and looks intimately at other peoples' lives, not much has not been revealed about Misir Ali's own personal life. In "Misir Ali Unsolved", his father is mentioned to be a teacher in a Madrasa and is portrayed to be a very superstitious and slightly eccentric man.
Other than his father, not much about his mother or siblings, or their existence, has been discussed. If anyone asks, a very rare occurrence, he tends to avoid questions regarding his personal life.
In "Debi",the first Misir Ali book, a younger brother is mentioned in passing. Misir Ali lives a very simple life, yet there are some peculiarities in the way he lives. In most of the books he is found in a newly rented house, with one or no servant to help him with the household errands. Although Misir Ali often rents a new house, the reasons have never been established. One may argue that he tries to avoid socializing too much by changing houses, as those he rents from tend to become fascinated by him, hold him in high regard, and often invite him to dinner and social functions.
Whenever he receives a letter, he habitually reads it at least three times. This enables him to decipher more about the writer.
Misir Ali has never been married, and the books do not hint such may happen in the near future. Though some of his female students, in particular one by the name of Nilu, who was the main character in one of the books and has recurring small appearances in the series, have expressed their interest, Misir Ali has never reciprocated the feelings.
Misir Ali was shown married to Nilu at the end of "Onno Bhubon". However the author regretted what he had done and later showed that they had never married.