Baburao Patel

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Baburao Patel (1904–1982) was an Indian publisher and writer, associated with films and politics.

Career[edit]

He was the Editor and Publisher of India's first film trade magazine, Filmindia, whose first edition was published on his 31st birthday.

Baburao was also the founder and editor of a prominent political magazine, Mother India (different from one started by Aurobindo group).

He was elected to Lok Sabha as Jana Sangh candidate from Shajapur, Madhya Pradesh in 1967.

He was married thrice, with the third wife Sushila Rani Patel being the most famous. He directed her in a couple of films in 1940s.

Books[edit]

Filmography[edit]

As Director

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