Who likes to read school books? But if there's a Chacha Chaudhary comic book hidden among those books, then it's a good folly to portray yourself as a studious person in the eyes of the teacher. Pran Kumar Sharma, the creator of Chacha Chaudhary, Billu, Pinki, Sabu, you have suddenly gone silent in our noisy daily bustle, bringing back fond memories from our childhood.
You provided the window of wisdom to all our innocence, as well naughtiness. The way you taught us personal integrity at our early ages, it was unique and could have only come from you and your characters. Chacha Chaudhary, whose mind is works faster than the computer, is lively and indelible in our minds. At an age where our young faces emoted vulnerability, the powerful character you created made us feel like a 70-year-old without the moustache. Reading Chacha Chaudhary's adventures made it compulsory for us to lap up his stories further more to make our own brains process things faster. A simple hurdle of a punctured tyre, did not worry us about our chances to reach home because we were Chacha Chaudharys ourselves and could solve anything. We were kids, Pran Chacha, and we were mesmerised by the world you created.
We were like a blown-up packet of potato wafers, which had little chips and more air. We were small, but we feigned big like your characters. Whenever we got into a fight, we remembered your Sabu - the strapping, mighty, giant from Jupiter. His biceps inspired us to jump into the battlefield without a care. It was only when we lost that we realised that our bones had little flesh on them. But it did not matter much because we hoped some day we too will have a 15 ft Sabu with us. And then, we'll get back at the cruel world.For More Information : http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/pran-kumar-sharma-chacha-chacha-chaudhary-sabu-billu-pinki/1/375848.html