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Nine-year-old Master Kishen's maiden directorial venture Care of Footpath is being lapped up by the media. What with Jaggu Daada alias Jackie Shroff making his appearance for a chief minister's role in the film. The cameras just didn't stop clicking for two days when Master Kishen was shooting in Mumbai. "Along with my name Bangalore is also becoming famous, and that makes me happy," says Kishen, who has made it to the Guinness Book of World records. The news is also that it may just be made in other languages. Now isn't that a lost childhood? "Absolutely not," insist his parents.

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