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Three friends growing up in India at the turn of the millennium set out to open a training academy to produce the country's next cricket stars.
"Kai Po Che!" is a Gujarati phrase which means "I've cut the kite!," which a kite-flyer screams victoriously after cutting the rope of a kite of an adversary, mostly in a competition.
When Omi's parents are going to Ayodhya, train announcement is for train number 19165. In 2002, train numbers were 4-digit. Only in 2011 were 5-digit train numbers introduced by Indian Railways.
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