Syed Abid Ali pronunciation (help·info) (born September 9, 1941 in Hyderabad ) is an all-rounder Indian cricketer. He was a big man with a military moustache, a watchful lower order batsman, a medium pace bowler and a brilliant fielder.
Abid Ali attended the St. George's Grammar School and All Saints High School in Hyderabad. In 1956, he was picked to play for Hyderabad Schools by the selectors, who were impressed by his fielding. He scored 82 against Kerala and won the best fielder's prize. A few years later when State Bank of Hyderabad formed a cricket team, he was given a job there. He started off as a wicket keeper before becoming a bowler.
Abid made it to the Hyderabad junior side in 1958-59 and the state Ranji Trophy team in the next year.He hardly bowled in the first few years and did not score his first Ranji hundred till 1967. He was unexpectedly picked for the team to tour Australia and New Zealand that year.
He made it to the team for the first Test against Australia...
Moosa Khan (Urdu: موسی خان) is a 2002 film which was directed by Shaan. The film starred Saima, Afzal Khan and Shaan.
The movie is set in a time warp in the colonial subcontinent Kashmirpur and its environs are seemingly inhabited by Muslims, Hindus and Christians. Beautiful white doves of symbolizing peace also fly around about in the foreground in idyllic slow motion while an audience is introduced to the local Mosque and its saintly Maulvi Mufti played by Abid Ali. The Maulvi completes his prayer and emerges from the distance as pigeons and doves flutter about in a mad frenzy.
Meanwhile we are shown that across the way there is a temple where instead of doves of peace, there is a python by large group of snarling, drooling old men in orange robes (infidels), with funky hairstyles who are cringing at the sound of the azaan from the nearby Maulvi. So enraged are they by this sound and the Maulvi who is responsible for it that they hatch an evil scheme in collusion with the local...