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“Chhamiya”(1945), a movie that few people may be aware of today, was directed by Protima Dasgupta for PDG pictures, Bombay. the movie had Begam Para, David, Dixit, Arif, Azurie, Ghulab, Kiran, Shakir, Amirbano, Protima Dasgupta etc in it.
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In my teen and pre teen days, I was a cricket enthusiast. In addition to doing the usual thing line playing it and listening to its radio commentary, I was also into maintaining cricket records. Personal computers were obviously not invented them, and I kept my records manually on registers. I had several thick registers with me, and the scores of all test matches played til them was available with me, and I had collected all these records by painstakingly culling records from many publications. When a new test match began (that was the only form of international cricket back then), I already knew what record was likely to get made in that match. Those were the days when centuries, especially centuries by Indian cricketers were rare. Also, hitting sixes was a rare phenomenon. One Indian player called Salim Durrani had hit a six sometime in 1972 and based on that one six, he was touted in Indian magazines as Mr Sixer.
These days, I no longer maintain cricket records. We already have such records being maintained by professional cricket sites. But I find that these days I am maintaining similar records for Hindi movie songs that I am discussing. And the suggestion for maintaining these song statistics came from Raja, who also grew up with similar passion for cricket and Hindi movies in a neighbouring state in the eastern parts of the country those days.
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