Jalaladdin Gasimov was born in Azerbaijan in 1967. In 1984 he got accepted into the State University of Management in Moscow and transferred into Moscow Automobile And Road Construction Institute in 1985. He served in the military as chief of confidential communication station (It was the most confidential communication station of USSR) in Nohra, Weimar, Germany during 1985-1987, and afterwards, he pursued an education in Baku State University. Furthermore, he graduated from the International Law and Trade Academy in Kyiv and Police Academy in Baku. He had been working as a deputy chief and chief in Khatai district Police department since 1997. Jalaladdin Gasimov is known as an author of 9 historical novels and producer-writer of movies, such as "Sholler's archive", "Execution day", "The first success of Nobel brothers", "Stalin's dark past", "100 years of honorable life". Furthermore, he produced 3 documentaries in 2019. He is a producer who gained the most number of awards in the cinema history of Azerbaijan, a member of Union of Azerbaijani Writers.