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Flamboyant Farokh

3 years agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

In the Times of India, Makarand Waingankar looks back at the fun-filled career of former India wicketkeeper Farokh Engineer."Polly [Umrigar] and Nari [Contractor] knew I was very keen on a certain young lady when we were playing a match away. I received a telegram with her name saying how much she missed me and she couldn't wait for me to return. It said that she would be at VT station to greet me when I arrived.
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