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Our hearts sank as Father relayed this information to us. It was in the early , We were making our annual trip to the Cowbelt, accompanied by poori-aloo in a silver foil, paper soap, and luggage secured by chain and lock. As the suitcases were deployed as makeshift stools, we eight year olds looked around anxiously for the hawker with the acronym A. Because we knew the new set of comics had arrived. An old man who looked like a Haryanvi Tau blessed with a brain which works faster than a computer.

He was accompanied by a foot tall alien, Sabu, who wore a kachcha briefs , ear rings and gumboots, and causes volcanic activity on Jupiter if you rubbed him the wrong way. Sabu travelled abroad by sitting on top of planes, and if you are late for something, he could send you flying to your destination with a gentle kick. He consumed rotis and 20 litres of lassi for lunch. Chacha Chaudhary had a completely vegetarian dog named Rocket, a nagging wife, lovingly called Bhaagyawan, who loved to cook halwa and mattar pulao, and a twin brother named Chhajju Chaudhary, who not as bright, but was useful when it came to dodging enemies.

Once, aliens abducted Chhajju, mistaking him for Chacha, and took him to Mars. According to Diamond comics, there are three planets with intelligent life in this solar system. There was a worthy villain, named Raaka, a dacoit who turned into an immortal giant after drinking a magic potion made by Chakram Acharya.

He was mostly a T Rajender clone. Dhamaka Singh and Gobar Singh, the fierce dacoits, were forever trying to outsmart Chacha Choudhary, armed just with his stick, his turban and assisted by his dog Raaket. In hindsight, it all seems unbelievably ridiculous. Also, I must admit, for the free sticker or a fridge magnet that sometimes came with the comic. We never knew who created Chacha Chaudhary or seemed to care about this. Ironically, by the time we came to know who the creator was, we had moved on.

Pran Kumar Sharma died on Tuesday. He may not have been Bill Watterson, sketching complex life lessons in three panels or less. Pran used to sign off every issue with the line, "If I can make one person happy, will consider my mission complete.

But to one small boy sitting by the window of a train flipping pages 20 years ago, Pran had more than fulfilled his mission. Asthana tweets as GabbbarSingh.

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Early edition Chacha Chaudhary comics delight fans at Delhi Book Fair

New Delhi: If numbers are anything to go by, the 20th edition of the Delhi Book Fair is witnessing a dramatic comeback of the iconic Indian comic character, Chacha Chaudhary, whose creator Pran Kumar Sharma died recently. In what could be called a fitting tribute, Diamond Comics has also republished all the early editions of the series and released them at their original price, effectively leading to a huge discount. People visiting the fair could be seen lapping up the opportunity to purchase these comic books, with the Diamond Comics stall swarming with buyers cutting across the age spectrum, giving credence to the publisher's claim. Such was the craze that even during exams, I used to keep those comics underneath my textbooks, all the while pretending that I was studying," said Rachita Arora, a homemaker, taking a trip down memory lane at the Fair.

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Coming soon: Diamond Comics' Chacha Chaudhary in 3D

Our hearts sank as Father relayed this information to us. It was in the early , We were making our annual trip to the Cowbelt, accompanied by poori-aloo in a silver foil, paper soap, and luggage secured by chain and lock. As the suitcases were deployed as makeshift stools, we eight year olds looked around anxiously for the hawker with the acronym A. Because we knew the new set of comics had arrived. An old man who looked like a Haryanvi Tau blessed with a brain which works faster than a computer.

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Chacha Chaudhary was created in for the Hindi magazine Lotpot. It soon became popular among kids and the elderly alike. Pran was inspired from the ancient philosopher Chanakya and elders people of every village who resides to help and solve problems by their elderly experience. According to a Pran's Features press release, Indian children aged 10—13 years ranked Chacha Chaudhary as their most recognizable comic book character. Chacha Chaudhary is a middle class Indian, frail but an extremely intelligent elder.

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