A twentieth-century Bulgarian writer, he is most widely known for his nonfiction works about the famous groundbreaking Vasil Levski. He was also the writer of both fiction and dramatic books. He released a 1954 content in a newspaper known as Septemvri. His 1967 function, Divi razkazi (Crazy Stories), continues to be translated into a lot more than twenty dialects. He elevated two sons and one little girl. Haytov wrote many screenplays through the 1970s, as do Salim Khan.