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Anurag's life in Pune

Updated Wednesday 9th May 2007

For Anurag, football, playing the tabla, and eating an ice lolly by Khadakwasla Lake, are all part of his life in Pune. Watch Anurag's video diary

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This video was produced by Shruthi Rao, one of the Indian School Assistant Producers. Shruthi, who has lived in Pune for almost 17 years, has worked on a variety of dramas and advertising productions, but hopes to work on more documentaries in the future.

 

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