Another talented actor, Sanjeev Kumar, who has proven his skill in Hindi cinema, was also born on July 9th. Speaking of other events, the stock exchange was established in Bombay on July 9, 1875, and on this day in the year 1816, Argentina gained independence from Spain.
New Delhi. The ninth day of the seventh month of the year is recorded on the pages of history with many good and bad events. Some of them are related to Indian film. In fact, Vasanthakumar Shivshankar Padukone alias Guru Dutt was born on this day in 1925, who created his own identity in both acting and instruction in Hindi cinema. The fact in itself is sufficient to measure Guru Dutt’s talent that Guru Dutt’s films ‘Pyaasa’ and ‘Kaagaz Ke Phool’ were ranked by Time Magazine among the 100 best films in the world. ‘Chaudhvi Ka Chand’ and ‘Saheb Bibi Aur Ghulam’ are also held in his best films.
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Another talented actor, Sanjeev Kumar, who has proven his skill in Hindi cinema, was also born on July 9th. Speaking of other events, the stock exchange was established in Bombay on July 9, 1875, and on this day in the year 1816, Argentina gained independence from Spain. The serial information about other important events recorded on the date of July 9 in the history of the country is as follows:
1816: Argentina gains independence from Spain.
1819: The birth of Elias Howe, the inventor of the sewing machine.
1875: Establishment of the Bombay Stock Exchange.
1925: Birth of Guru Dutt, one of the most powerful actors and best directors of Indian film.
1938: Birth of the actor Sanjeev Kumar, who enriched the Hindi cinema with his powerful acting.
1951: The first five-year plan (1951-56) was published in the country.
1969: The Wildlife Board declared the lion a national animal.
In 1973, the tiger was declared a national animal instead of the lion.
1973: The sun sets in the British Empire in the Bahamas, a 300-year-old colony in Britain.
1982: A man named Michael Fagan reaches the bedroom of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and manipulates all security systems.
1991: South Africa is allowed to participate in the Olympic Games again.
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2002: The Organization of African Unity was renamed the African Union.
2004: The Asian Development Bank sets up a fund for its 42 member states to fight terrorism.
2011: Sudan becomes a separate country after a referendum in which 98.83 percent of the population votes for a separate country.
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