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This article is written by Raja, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Today, the 4th of August, is a day we celebrate as the birth anniversary of one of Hindi film industry’s undoubted geniuses, Kishore Kumar.

The term “genius” tends to get thrown around rather loosely and frequently nowadays, much like terms like “legend” and “great”. This is all the more reason why I am rather cautious when I use it and certainly don’t throw it around.

Having said that, I have absolutely no hesitation in using it for Kishore Kumar (or Kishoreda as he is fondly referred to by his friends and fans). Kishore da was one of those rare individuals who tried his hand at many dimensions of the industry – and left a mark with most of them. In a sense, he can be called a true harfan maula of the industry.

Most Atulites know that I am a big fan of Rafisaab. But, while that is indeed true, I am also a very big fan of Kishoreda.

I believe it is possible to admire, and be a fan of, multiple artistes – the world of music is big enough to have space for them all, even if the minds of some are not quite as big enough. That is why I’ve never enjoyed the Rafisaab vs Kishoreda rivalry between their respective fans. Not only do these often end up in each side taking potshots at the other, they do neither legend justice.

Anyway, back to Kishoreda.

When I was growing up in the 1970s, Kishoreda was THE voice around me. There was hardly a song programme on radio that did not contain his songs.

Kishoreda was THE voice behind Rajesh Khanna (and played a very big role in his success). In fact, he was the voice behind practically every male actor of the time, because he was just so popular and prolific. Whether the actor was a hit or not (and some were not), whether the film was a hit or not (and many were not), Kishoreda’s voice never failed the actor or film, and was almost always a hit.

So it is only natural that I also became a Kishoreda fan.

For me, right from the beginning, Kishoreda’s voice has always a pleasure to listen to. Whether it is the delightful sparkle of songs like “piya piya piya” and “suno jaana, suno jaana” or the soft whisper of songs like “ye jeevan hai” and “pal pal dil ke paas”, or the baritone depth of songs like “manzilein apni jagah”, I have always enjoyed listening to his songs. In fact, when I was a schoolboy, I used to know many of his songs from start to end. Now, my memory often fails me – but it is often an excuse to go right back and listen to the song in question. :-)

Kishoreda was known to be a very jovial and fun-loving person. Both Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle have said that he used to be great fun during recording sessions, always pulling their leg or cracking some joke.

Another image of Kishoreda is that he was an eccentric. There are many anecdotes on this. Certainly an interview late in his life with Pritish Nandy, lent further credence to this image. Be that as it may, it might also be that Kishoreda was just not one of the herd – he always had a mind of his own. He And so, maybe he was just on a different wavelength altogether. :-)

One memory I have of Kishoreda is that he was once written off as dead when he was very much alive. I remember the Illustrated Weekly carried a long obituary-like piece on him (was it Raju Bharatan?). Anyway, it was a great relief to know that he was very much alive – maybe he was unwell, but certainly alive. He lived for a few years after that too.

Talking about his multiple skills, Kishoreda was far more than just a singer. He was an actor, director, producer, lyricist, composer, all in one.

Kishoreda started his career as an actor, though he always said singing was his first love. In fact, most of his early films, where he plays the buffoon quite often, were said to be largely because he didn’t want to be taken seriously as an actor. But he even made a positive impression with those films and many of them did do well.

For a person known primarily for his comedy roles and fun-loving image, Kishoreda surprisingly showed a very different side to his personality with the films he produced and directed, at least early on. His Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein (1964) and Door Ka Raahi (1971) showed sensitivity in their storylines, and handling of characters, that were quite alien to his image. This just goes to show what a multi-faceted personality he was.

The song I have picked for today is one from a film that has not made its debut yet on this blog. It is picturised on Kishoreda and Kumkum who acted together in several films in the 1960s. Names that come to mind are Mr X in Bombay (1964), Ganga Ki Lehren (1964), Shreeman Funtoosh (1965) and Haye Mera Dil (1968).

This song is from Duniya Naachegi (1967). I haven’t seen the film and don’t know enough about it to discuss it here. Maybe a knowledgeable reader can enlighten us about it.

The song itself is a lively one, which reminded me of Kishoreda’s popular song “aaj unse pehli mulaqat hogi” from Paraya Dhan (1971), picturised on Rakesh Roshan. In that song too, the hero is on his way to meet his beloved and sings a song full of anticipation. Just that Rakesh Roshan is on a horse, here Kishore is riding a buggy.

Let’s listen to the song, watch Kishoreda and thank him for giving us so many wonderful moments.


Song-Meri raahon mein ankhiyaan bichhaaye (Duniya Naachegi)(1967) Singer-Kishore Kumar, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Meri raahon mein ankhiyaan bichhaaye
khadi hogi wo palkein jhukaaye
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain

meri raahon mein ankhiyaan bichhaaye
khadi hogi wo palkein jhukaaye
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain

zulfon ki kaali ghataayen jhoomti hongi
bin poochhe hi gaal uske choomti hongi
zulfon ki kaali ghataayen jhoomti hongi
bin poochhe hi gaal uske choomti hongi
jaise koi dulhan sharmaaye
khadi hogi wo palkein jhukaaye
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain

badli mere pyaar ki lehraa rahi hogi
pagli apne aap se sharma rahi hogi
badli mere pyaar ki lehraa rahi hogi
pagli apne aap se sharma rahi hogi
apne seene mein toofaan chhupaaye
khadi hogi wo palkein jhukaaye
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain

jhoomta hai dil ki manzil aane waali hai
meri kismat ki kali muskaane waali hai
jhoomta hai dil ki manzil aane waali hai
meri kismat ki kali muskaane waali hai
kaali aankhon mein kajra lagaaye
khadi hogi wo palkein jhukaaye
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
meri raahon mein ankhiyaan bichhaaye
khadi hogi wo palkein jhukaaye
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain
mere dil chal wahaan jisko
dar-e-janaana kehte hain


(11340)Mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai(Son of India)(1962)

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We in this blog celebrate all important musical landmarks that we reach. This writeup was supposed to celebrate a major landmark namely the 500th song of Naushad as a music director in this blog. It turns out that my calculation was long and Naushad had reached his 500 mark a few days ago in a writeup that I erroneously counted as 499th song for him. Nevertheless, I will use this 501th Naushad song as an opportunity to discuss the details of his songs composed during his 64 years long career.

There are artists who have many more centuries to their credits, but this century is important for Naushad because this was his final century in the blog.

Thanks to HFGK and other sources, I have compiled a song by song and movie by movie breakup of all Naushad compositions in HFM. According to my calculations, Naushad has composed a grand total of 593 songs in 64 Hindi movies. The full details containing names of the movies, number of songs in those movies, and also the number of songs from these movies covered in the blog are given in the table that follows. One can see that as many as 41 out of these 64 movies are already YIPPEED. So now we have 92 songs from 23 movies that are left to be covered in the blog. If we go at our normal pace then I hope that we will be able to cover all remaining and available Naushad songs by the end of this year.

There are publications that put the number of Naushad compositions in the region of 640 or so. But in light of the moviewise breakup of songs that I have presented here, I seriously doubt that there are another 50 odd Naushad compositions that HFGK and other sources have failed to unearth. Even the authors of these books may not be able to tell us what are these missing 50 odd Naushad compositions. So we can safely take the figure of Naushad compositions to in Hindi movies to be 593. There may be some error in counting the number of songs in movies later than 1980, because HFGK only covers movies upto 1980. I have relied on other sources for counting the number of movies released after 1980. I have in fact found some error even in HFGK. For instance, HFGK mentions only 11 songs in “Dillagi”(1949). I find that this movie had 12 songs. The 12th song was female solo version of “Tu mera chaand main teri chaandni”, which was sung by Geeta Dutt and it was lip synced by a lady (I guess Sharda) while Suraiyya looks on. In fact it is this song that caused calculation mistake of one song for me.

I request our knowledgeable readers to point out corrections, as well as additions/ deletions to the list as applicable.

PS-Later I was told that I omitted counting a song of Kanchan (1941) where he was Gyan Dutt’s assistant. This song too is discussed in the blog with due credit given to Naushad. So this song is Naushad’s 502nd song in the blog.
Later on, I have received a list of around ten songs from incomplete movies of Naushad sent by Mr Harish Raghuwanshi. I will discuss that list in another article.

Here is the moviewise break up of Naushad compositions in Hindi movies.

S No Movie Name (Year) Songs in blog Songs in movie Remarks
1 Prem Nagar(1940) 10 13
2 Darshan(1941) 10 13
3 Kanchan(1941) 1 1 Gyan Dutt credited this song to Naushad, his assistant in this movie
4 Maala(1941) 2 10
5 Nayi Duniya(1942) 8 11
6 Sharda(1942) 10 10
7 Station Master(1942) 8 12
8 Kanoon(1943) 8 8
9 Namaste(1943) 6 9
10 Sanjog(1943) 9 9
11 Geet(1944) 10 10
12 Jeewan(1944) 6 7
13 Pehle Aap(1944) 11 11
14 Rattan(1944) 10 10
15 Sanyasi(1945) 10 10
16 Anmol Ghadi(1946) 12 12
17 Qeemat(1946) 9 9
18 Shahjahaan(1946) 10 10
19 Dard(1947) 10 10
20 Elaan(1947) 10 10
21 Naatak(1947) 10 10
22 Anokhi Ada(1948) 13 13
23 Mela(1948) 12 12
24 Andaaz(1949) 12 12
25 Chaandni Raat(1949) 10 10
26 Dillagi(1949) 12 12 Tu mera Chaand had a Geeta Dutt solo version too which finds no mention in HFGK
27 Dulaari(1949) 12 12
28 Baabul(1950) 12 12
29 Daastaan(1950) 9 9
30 Deedaar(1951) 10 10
31 Jaadoo(1951) 10 10
32 Aan(1952) 11 11
33 Baiju Baawra(1952) 13 13
34 Deewaana(1952) 9 9
35 Amar(1954) 10 10
36 Shabaab(1954) 16 16
37 Udan Khatola(1955) 12 12
38 Mother India(1957) 12 12
39 Sohni Mahiwal(1958) 5 11
40 Kohinoor(1960) 10 10
41 Mughal e Azam(1960) 12 12
42 Ganga Jamuna(1961) 8 8
43 Son of India(1962) 8 9
44 Mere Mehboob(1963) 8 8
45 Leader(1964) 8 8
46 Dil Diya Dard Liya(1966) 8 8
47 Saaz Aur Aawaaz(1966) 9 9
48 Paalki(1967) 5 10
49 Raam Aur Shyaam(1967) 6 6
50 Aadmi(1968) 6 6
51 Saathi(1968) 8 8
52 Sangharsh(1968) 7 7
53 Ganwaar(1970) 4 6
54 Paakeezah(1971) 1 3 other songs were composed by Ghulam Mohammad
55 Taangewaala(1972) 2 7
56 Aaina(1974) 2 5
57 My Friend(1974) 1 4
58 Sunahra Sansaar(1975) 2 6
59 Chambal Ki Raani(1979) 1 4
60 Dharam Kanta(1982) 1 5
61 Love and God(1986) 1 10
62 Teri Paayal Mere Geet(1989) 0 1
63 Aawaaz De Kahaan Hai(1990) 0 8
64 Guddu(1995) 0 7
65 Taj Mahal(2005) 0 8
Grand Total 502 594

The song is sung by Geeta Dutt, who is an unusual choice for Naushad. Naushad used Geeta Dutt only TWO times. The first time was in ‘Dillagi”(1949) where Geeta Dutt sings the solo version of “Tu mera chaand main teri chaandni”. This song was very much picturised but this song finds no mention in HFGK. The fact that this is an additional song in “Dillagi”(1949) meant that my count went by one and so Naushad already has 500 of his compositions in the blog.

The song under discussion is the second and last time that Naushad used Geeta Dutt’s voice in his Hindi movie compositions. Naushad using Geeta Dutt only twice in his career ! Strange but true.

This song is a rare song on several counts. This song is from “Son of India”(1962) which is one of the few upYIPPEED movies from the heydays of Naushad. This song is unusual in the sense that this is not a folk music based composition. Rather it is a western movie based composition. Only the audio of this song is available. from the sounds of it, the song appears to be a club song where the singer is singing in the manner of “Aage bhi jaane na tu”, which incidentally was yet to be composed by that time and would come three years later.

This song caught the fancy of some Potruguese ad makers and this song has been used in a Portuguese ad.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Here is this song, which is penned by Shakeel Badayuni. Now that is one of the very few unsurprising things about this song.


Song-Mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai (Son of India)(1962) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics

mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai

mere kareeb aake dekh lo
aa aa
mujhe galey lagaa ke dekh lo
aa aa aa
huzoor aazma ke dekh lo
nazar ka teer dil ke paar hai
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai
mujhe huzur tumse pyaar hai
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai

khushi ke saaz hain chhide huye
dilon ke raag hain khule huye
sabhi hain husn per lute huye
zamaana aaj bekaraar hai
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai

bani hai pyaar ki kahaaniyaan
ye raat ek yaadgaar hai
mujhe huzur tumse pyaar hai
aa aa
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai
aa aa aa
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
aa aa aa
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai

idhar ye raat ki jawaaniyaan
aa aa aa
udhar tumhaari meharbaniyaan
aa aa aa
bani hai pyaar ki kahaaniyaan
ye raat ek yaadgaar hai
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
aa aa
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai
aa aa aa
mujhe huzoor tumse pyaar hai
aa aa aa
tumhin pe zindagi nisaar hai


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Nightingale Noorjehan -12
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Here is a tuneful duet of Noorjehan and Surendra from the 1944 ‘Bombay Cinetone’ film ‘Lal Haveli’. The other duet, by the same pair, from this film, will follow soon on this blog. (Hari ichchha permitting.) Naushad’s Guru Meer Saheb has set the tunes to the simple lyrics of Shams Lakhnavi.

Surendra used to be known then, as Surendra Nath B.A., as in those days, very few educated persons would enter the film-world. (Though I, in spite of being an engineer, had ventured there.) As an accomplished singer, he was considered Bombay Filmworld’s be-fitting answer to Kolkata Filmword’s famous singer Kundanlal Saigal. Surendra had definitely pleasant voice and was hero in many musical movies, during that period.

In this duet, Noorjehan seems to have been completely enchanted by him, in spite of his half-closed eyes and expression-less straight face. (But who am I, to raise any objection to that?) I presume the endearing words praising her ‘sundar mukhada’ might have done the trick.

Let me congratulate Nitinbhai (our Nitin Shah) for contributing 900 lyrics to this blog, with this song. It must have been not easy to decipher song after song relentlessly for quite some time. It is no small feat. My personal experience while doing so, is to leave blanks when confronted with not clearly heard words. With your speed to capture songs from YT world, soon you are going to achieve the score of 1000!


Song–Mohaniya Sundar Mukhda Khol (Lal Haveli)(1944) Singers-Surendra, Noorjehaan, Lyrics-Shams Lakhnavi, MD- Meer Saheb

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
panchhi daar-daar naa dol
panchhi daar-daar naa dol

mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol

man ko ho kis tarah dilaasa
man ko ho kis tarah dilaasa
kuaan paas aur phir bhi pyaasa
kuaan paas aur phir bhi pyaasa
roop bada anmol o o ol
roop bada anmol o o ol

sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol

haal jo tera wohi hai mera aa
haal jo tera wohi hai mera aa
ek jagah donon ka basera aa
ek jagah dono ka basera

prem se amrit ghol o o ol
prem se amrit ghol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

एक सागर है, आवाज़ का, जिसमे डूबे ही रहने को मन करता है।

These are times to be thankful.  And to feel blessed.  That we are living in the times when this treasure of music was created.  We continue to search and explore and continue finding gems, obscure gems, unheard gems, lost gems – songs that were once created with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal.  Yes, these are times to feel blessed that these gems are available and accessible. I am really anxious about the day, and shrink away from the thought – the day when we will have no more songs of Rafi Sb to post. Life will continue, no doubt.  It has a relentlessness built into it.  But then, we will be carrying with us, an emptiness – that there are no more “unheard” songs to search for.
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Mujhko mere baad zamaana dhoonde gaa”.
“Caravaan guzar gaya gubaar dekhte rahe”.
These were words that proved to be prophetic. In the monsoon of 1980 we had to bid good bye to The Mohd. Rafi.

It has been 35 years since Mohammad Rafi left this world. Unbelievable. Our statistics page says that there are around 4845 songs sung by him in Hindi films. (Wikipedia puts a figure of around 5000). And we are past 2400 (as per the latest updation). So we still have around 2400 songs to go. That means fodder for our blog for another few years I suppose. And all the fans of Rafisaab in our Atuldom can get to work to reach out to all his songs. It is actually not that difficult a job.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 18 # Duet-3 – Asha Bhonsle, Mohd Rafi
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On our blog we already have a film titled ‘Ustaad Pedro-1951’. There was a film titled as only ‘Pedro-1960’ which is yet to make a debut on the blog.

Today we have a song from the film ‘Ustaad Pedro’ which came in 1971. This film was passed by the censor board on 28.09.1971. It had Sheikh Mukhtar, Meena Rai, Jeewan, Padma Khanna, Asha Nadkarni, Kundan, Raka, Shyam Kumar, Helen, Junior Mehmood, Master Dingoo, Sadik, Hamid, Kaku, Fazlu, Bihari, B.A.Bagi and new face Anil Dutt. It was directed by Chand for ‘Time-Life Films, Bombay’. Music for this film was composed by C.Arjun and lyrics were written by Asad Bhopali.
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Nightingale Noorjehan – 11
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Lal Haveli (1944) was a social film produced by ‘Bombay Cinetone’ and directed by K B Lal. It had Surendra, Noorjehan, Ulhas, Maya Banerjee, Yakub, Brijraani, Vatsala Kumthekar, Badri Prasad, Ghory, Kanhaiyalal, Alaknanda and Baby Meena Kumari in its star cast. Music was set by Meer Saheb to the lyrics of Shams Lakhnavi. Nightingale Noorjehan had two solos and two duets with legendry singer Surendra in this film. One of her solos ‘Banti Nazar Aati Nahi Tadbeer Hamari…’ has been already discussed on this wonderful blog.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

This is a song from film Madhubala-1950.

Will you be not happy if you get the Cake and eat it too ? Same thing happened whenever Handsome Dev Anand and the most beautiful actress of Hindi films, Madhubala acted together in a film. The audience used to become ecstatic with joy watching their films. No one cared if the story was weak or the music was third grade. What was more important was to see Dev and Madhubala, with a contented heart !
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Wishing Manoj Kumar many happy returns of today (24th July).

Manoj Kumar was born this day in 1937 in Abbottabad (now in Pakistan). His birth name is  Harikishan Giri Goswami. Partition of the country happened when he was just ten years old.  His family migrated to to Delhi. His schooling happened in Delhi and he graduated from Hindu College, Delhi University.
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As has been mentioned in the earlier posts of the day, today (19 july 2015) is the seventh birth anniversary of this blog. One single article was posted on the first day of the blog in 2008. The blog remained one song a day blog for the first forty days and then we began to post several articles every day. Today, seven year later, the blog has well over elevent thousand songs. If one takes an average, it turns out to be an average of 4.5 songs per day. Come to think of it, maintaining this daily strike rate for seven years is quite an achievement.
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