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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.
Most private vehicles in the movie are shown with white number plates with black alphabets and letters. This system didn't come in place in India till 2002, whereas the movie is set in the year 2000-2001. At that time, number plates used to be 'white on black'. 'Black on white' at that time was used for commercial vehicles.
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