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On the "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" stage, an armless cricket player from Anantnag encourages the country after overcoming tragedy

Anantnag, Dec. 01: Aamir Hussain Lone, a tough armless cricket player from Waghama village of Bijbehara in the Anantnag district of south Kashmir, graced the stage of the well-known singing reality show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa” in Mumbai. His incredible journey as a cricket player left a lasting impression on both the judges and the audience.

Anu Malik sent him a special invitation to attend an episode of “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.” In the company of his father, Aamir conveyed his great joy at being on stage among well-known Indian celebrities like Anu Malik, Vicky Kaushal, Himesh Reshammiya, and others.
Lone said on the program that when he was eight years old, his mother requested that he bring meals to his brother at their sawmill, which they owned. This was a heartbreaking incident that he shared. “The sawmill continued to run as my family and the other employees had lunch. He informed the news outlet Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that he was left armless when his garment became entangled in the equipment.


Lone’s father, Bashir Ahmad Lone, sold the sawmill after the unfortunate event. Lone had a great affection for cricket, despite his personal sorrow. Following his first year at Government Degree College Bijbehara, Anantnag, he was directed into para-cricket by a teacher who saw his potential as a cricket player.

“I dreamed of representing my country as a child and wanted to be a cricket player like Sachin Tendulkar.” But my hopes were crushed by the sad event. However, my grandma advised me to hold onto hope,” Aamir said, adding that when he requested her to roll a ball in his direction one day, her face lit up with a grin. I shifted to strike the ball wherever she let it land. I picked up and refined my cricketing skills over time.

He had the chance to play for the para cricket squad after he started college since there was a para cricketer’s camp going on. “I scored thirty runs in my batting turn. My selection as the captain of the Jammu and Kashmir para cricket team is a result of this achievement, Lone said. “I made my second appearance for my country at Wankhede Stadium in 2015, and in 2017, I was honored to represent my country in Para International Cricket in Bangladesh.”

Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal claimed to have addressed the largest issue for him after listening to Lone’s tale on the “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa” program. The actor said how privileged he would feel to be able to play Aamir’s life in a film.

“I’m happy that today I got to meet Aamir Bhai.” He really does meet the description of “Bahadur,” so the title isn’t used lightly. I applaud his courage and consider him to be a great hero,” Vicky said.

Lone said that his grandma “played an important role in my achievements” and gave him credit for his success. “My grandmother lived her whole life devoted to me, till her death. I had to adjust after that and start using my chin and feet to do things on my own,” Aamir said (KNO).



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