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Posts Tagged ‘Jayshree T


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Blog Day : 3466 Post No. : 13911

“Naiyya”(1979) was directed by Prashant Nanda for Chanda Pictures, Bombay. I became aware of this fact when I discussed the earlier songs from this movie. Initially I was under the impression that this movie was a Rajshree Productions movie and once again I reverted back to the same impression with passage of time 🙂

The movie had Zarina Wahab, Prashant Nanda (new discovery for Hindi movies), Baldev Khosa, Dinesh Thakur, Leela Mishra, Mohammad Mohsin (another new discovery), Jageerdaar, Dinesh Hingoo, Nandlal Sharma, c S Dubey, Shail Chaturvedi, Shivraj, Amrish Puri, Pardesi, Om Tripathi, Shankar Bhake, Manmauji, Rooplekha etc, along with guest appearances by Sulochana, Shubha Khote and Jayshree T.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Naiyya”(1979) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Hemlata. Ravindra Jain is the lyricist as well as the music director.

The song is picturised as a village nautanki song on Jayshree T and her performance is being watched by many people including a very young and lecherous looking Amrish Puri. The picturisation also shows Zarina Wahab and Leela Mishhra passing through and giving looks of disapproval to the proceedings in general and Amrish Puri in particular.

It is a rare occasion for Hemlata to sing a song like this which was the forte of Asha Bhonsle and she has done a commendable job.

With this “phadakta hua” song, all the songs of “Naiyya”(1979) have been covered and the movie joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Mera joban bandha rupaiyya (Naiyya)(1979) Singer-Hemlata, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD- Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

mera joban bandha rupaiyya
o teri baaton mein aake sipahiya
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
mera joban bandha rupaiya
o teri baaton mein aake sipahiya
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main

mohe pata hai tore man ke khot ka
kaahe dikhaawe mohe koda note ka
mohe pata hai tore man ke khot ka
kaahe dikhaawe mohe koda note ka
ankhiyan se tohpe karke totka
o o o o o
ankhiyan se tohpe karke totka
bhaag jaaungi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
o mera joban bandha rupaiya
teri baaton mein aake sipahiya
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main

rakkha rupaiya maine mutthhi main bheench ke
kaise luta doon aise aankh meench ke
rakkha rupaiya maine mutthhi main bheench ke
kaise luta doon aise aankh meench ke
kharcha kare jo zara haath kheench ke
o o o o o
kharcha kare jo zara haath kheench ke
uspe lutaaugi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main
o mera joban bandha rupaiya
teri baaton mein aake sipahiya
rupaiya abhi na bhunaaoogi main

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Blog Day : 3460 Post No. : 13886

Hindi movie songs of the golden era tended to have certain standard son situations. The lyricists were asked to provide lyrics for those situations. And it must be said that the lyricists often managed to do some value additions of their own even in these routine song situations.

Take mujra songs for instance. Almost every Hindi movie of those days tended to have a mujra song situation. This blog itself has as many as 207 mujra songs as of now. And quite a few of these songs have ended up becoming memorable songs.

“Joru Ka Ghulam”(1972) was a “social” movie which was directed by A Bhim Singh for United Four, Bombay. The movie had Nanda, Rajesh Khanna, Om Prakash, Sharad Kumar, Maneesha, Achla Sachdev, Kedar Sahgal, Ramesh Deo, Gurnaam, Mridula, Jayshree T, Narbada Shankar, Kabeer, Moolchand etc with guest appearances by Komal, Manmohan Krishn, Nana Palsikar and Ifthikar.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs (every song being of a separate genre) have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth and final song from the movie. And this song happens to be a mujra song. It is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

Anand Bakshi has come up with interesting lyrics for this mujra song. The song is picturised on Jayshree T and Ramesh Deo plays her customer in the kotha.

I had never heard this song before and I must say that I liked this song right from the very firdst time that i heard it, which was today, some 46 years after this song was released. 🙂

With this song, “Joru Ka Ghulam”(1972) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Jaam par jaam peene se kya faaydaa (Joru Ka Ghulaam)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa

jaam par jaam peene se kya faayda
jaam par jaam peene se kya faayda
raat bhar pi subah tak utar jaayegi
raat bhar pi subah tak utar jaayegi
meri nazron se do ghoont pi le agar
ho pi le pi le agar
meri nazron se do ghoont pi le agar
umr saari nashe mein guzar jaayegi
umr sari nashe mein guzar jaayegi
jaam par jaam peene se kya faayda
jaam par jaam peene se kya faayda

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
meri mehfil mein aaya hai to baith ja
uthh ke mehfil se jaane ki koshish na kar
meri mehfil mein aaya hai to baithh ja
uthh ke mehfil se jaane ki kosish na kar
uthh ke mehfil se jaane ki koshish na kar
ab yahaan se hai mushqil
aa aa aa
ab yahaan se hai mushqil teri waapsi
ab yahaan se teri bas khaber jaayegi
ab yahaan se teri bas khaber jayegi
jaam par jaam peene se kya faayda

raat bhar pi subah tak utar jaayegi
raat bhar pi subah tak utar jaayegi
meri nazron se do ghoont pi le agar
ho pi le pi le agar
meri nazron se do ghoont pi le agar
umr saari nashe mein guzar jaayegi
umr saari nashe mein guzar jaayegi
jaam par jaam peene se kya faayda


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Blog Day : 3455 Post No. : 13858

 

On the first day of the year 2008, I mentioned that I was able to hold on to my previous year’s new year resolution for 40 days (introducing a debutant movie daily) and 125 days (YIPPYing a movie daily) respectively.

Our regulars, suitably inspired by my writeup, have taken it upon themselves to at least help me in introducing one debutant song daily in the year 2018. The very first song post covered in the year 2018 by Peevesie’s mom was a debutant movie viz “Kohraam” (1999). On the next day viz 2 january 2018, a song from a debutant movie “Kisaan Kanya” (1937) was discussed by Mr Sadanand Kamath. Sudhir Jee has lined up another debutant movie song for the next day. That way at least the “debutant” movie resolution has been taken care of till now.

That frees me up to concentrate on YIPPEE movies. I discussed the last song from “Mad Bhare Nain” (1955) on the first day of the year. Today (2 january 2018), I again scanned for suitable movies (with one song left). As happens most of the time, I found that the final song of many movies were not available. On the few cases where the final songs were available, the songs were so special that I felt that these songs needed to be held back for some special occasions.

That really limits my options. After scanning yearwise, staring from the earlier years onwards, I finally settled for “Ek Kunwaari Ek Kunwaara” (1973) as the movie whose final song was available and the movie movie could be YIPPEED for the day.

“Ek Kunwaari Ek Kunwaara” (1973) was a comedy film which was directed by Prakash Mehra for J J Films, Bombay. The movie had Rakesh Roshan, Leena Chandawarkar, Pran, Kumkum, Rajendranath, Janki Das, Jugal Kishore, Goga Kapoor, Lalita Kumari, Raj Mehra, Moolchand, Yunus Parvez, Ram Sethi, Sundar etc ion it.

The movie has four songs in it. Three songs, including the most popular song from the movie viz. Agar dil hamaara sheeshe ke badle patthar kaa hotaa , have been covered in the past.

The fourth and final song from the movie is chronologically the first song of the movie. It appears in the movie just about 19 minutes after the start. A new year party is in progress and the announcer announces this “item” number, presented by a new “item”. This song is a stage performance song. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle. The dance performer is Jayshree T (I guess), but Pran, who is there among the audience, imagines her to be Kumkum. So one can say that this song is picturised on Jayshree T as well as Kumkum.

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

With this song, “Ek Kunwaari Ek Kunwaara” (1973) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

[Ed Note: The lyrics for this song were sent in by Prakash ji earlier in July. At time after reviewing the song, we had agreed to retain this song for the New Year day. At that time the video clip of this song was available, which had the lead in announcement of the song being in celebration of New Year. When we checked again two days ago, the video clip on YT is now disabled. On YT, we are able to locate only an audio clip of the song, which excludes the New Year connection. The video clip is now uploaded on Atul ji’s Vimeo channel. The complete movie is however available on YT at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i4IwQWxFME . In this film clip, the song appears at 18:58 to 23.10, including the New Year announcement in the beginning.]

Audio

Video

Song-Chori khole na ye maathe ka paseena (Ek Kunwaari Ek Kunwaara)(1973) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

lagta hai mile ho tum
ae yaar kahin pahle
khele ho mere dil se dildaar
kahin pahle

chori khole na
chori khole na
ho o chori khole na
ye maathe ka paseena
ye dhak dhak seena
banaaya toone kaisa ye haal sajna
ye haal sajna
teri aankhon ne
ho o teri aankhon ne
ye chhal kiya mujhse
magar maine tujhse
kiya to nahin koi sawaal sajna
sawaal sajna
chori khole na
ho o chori khole na

kaahe soche re
kaahe soche
kaahe soche re daaman thhaam koi
aisi barson mein aati hai shaam koi
ye hai pyaala puraana
chhod bhi de
naya pyaala uthha
ise tod bhi de
naye rang se mana naya saal sajna
saal sajna
chori khole na
ho o chori khole na
ye maathe ka paseena
ye dhak dhak seena
banaaya toone kaisa ye haal sajna
ye haal sajna
chori khole na
ho o chori khole na

toone jis din se ae
toone jis din se
toone jis din se mera ye haal kiya
main bhi chalne lagi teri chaal piya
mujhe dil se nikaal diya
gham nahin
mujhe raahon mein daal diya
gham nahin
padoon peechhe to rakhna khayaal sajna
khayaal sajna
chori khole na
ho o chori khole na
ye maathe ka paseena
ye dhak dhak seena
banaaya toone kaisa ye haal sajna
ye haal sajna
teri aankhon ne
ho o teri aankhon ne
ye chhal kiya mujhse
magar maine tujhse
kiya to nahin koi sawaal sajna
sawaal sajna
chori khole na
ho o chori khole na


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 # 57 #
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In a few of my earlier posts on the blog, I have discussed how some songs become part of our memories and keep haunting us from time to time, either for some reasons or sometimes without any reasons.

Some songs bring back memories and some just bring back feeling of nostalgia. There are some songs that stay with us because they are part of our growing years.

We keep looking for such separated at childhood songs for our listening pleasure and/or nostalgia till we manage to locate them.

Today’s song is one such song which hadstayed in my memory over the years and and one that I was looking for since 1985-86 when I started collecting cassettes of songs.

This song was still there in my memory and had continued to stay undetected even two decades later when I discovered this blog.

It was only when I got my first copy of HFGK of the decade 1971-1980 (i.e. Vol-V) that I found out the name of this movie the song was from. It was more that one year later that I had realised that this song was not yet covered here.

Whenever I find un discussed songs like this, I start imagining in my mind that the song may have been a special song, being held back for some special occasion. Sometimes such songs do get discussed, but not necessarily on a special occasion and often without much fanfare either when I would feel that the song was worthy of better covereage. 😊

I decided to watch this movie ‘Patanga-1971’ which is available on YT which was the name of the movie this “special” song was from.

The reason why this song was stuck up in my mind could be because I may have watched the movie with my Parents or Uncles in my early childhood when I was too young to recall much. I must have been three and half years or little more then as the dates of the release of the movie suggests. I also feel that this song (from this movie) may have been a frequently played song on radio during those years.

I would categorise this song is the same category of my nostalgic songs as ‘Kaisa jaadu daalaa ma banarasi roomaal waala’ and ‘Joode mein gajra mat baandho’ which haunting me for many years before I finally managed to locate them.

Coming back to the song being presented today, if you watch the movie, you will find no reason for this song to be there in the movie where it appears. It just comes as a ‘filler’ and has no connection with the storyline or no connected events also. (That is what I can conclude by watching the movie till this song and a little more after the song is over).

The movie itself, as other song posts of this movie suggests, was not a success I think, and moves forward on a predictable story line, except that Ajit does not plays a villain’s role in this movie.

The song is very nice to listen to and watch too. Jayshree T and the actor (I am unable to identify the actor?) have given a rocking performance on the soulful singing of Asha Bhonsle and Rafi Saab.

Lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri are also very good and Shankar Jaikishan’s music is as expected and melodious.

Now, it was only the ‘mukhda’ of this song ‘patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye…’ and there after only its tune that was there playing in my mind over all these years. While preparing this post I have now listened to it and watched it many times.

This is the fifth song (including one multiple version) to be posted on the blog. Four songs have been posted earlier on the blog which also includes the more popular (?) ‘Thodaa ruk jaayegi to tera kyaa jaayegaa’ .

I am not aware how today’s song fared at that time and would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on it and the movie.

(Note: – In HFGK, Vol -V 1971-1980 under song list of the songs of this movie today’s song is mentioned at number two while in the movie it is on number four and I don’t know if it is just by mistake or there is any reason for that).

‘Patanga-1971’ (or Patangaa-1971) was directed by Kedar Kapoor for K.R. Films, Bombay.

It was produced by Kedar Kapoor and R.S. Sharma.

It had Shashi Kapoor, Vimi, Ajit, Sajjan, Wasti, Ashok Kapoor, Laxmi Chhaya, Zeb Rehman, Jagdish Raj, Ram Mohan, Leela Mishra, Pravin Paul, Geeta, Amina Bai, Ram Avtaar, Shekhar Purohit, Prem, Shiv Chander, Ravinder Kumar, Haroon, Lal, Nasir, Balram, Santosh, Rajkumar, Basant, Jayshree T and Rajinder Nath.

Story of this movie was written by Vinod Kumar. Screenplay and dialogues were written by Pt.Mukhram Sharma.
Editing of this movie was done by B.S.Glaad.

There are eight songs (seven+one) in this movie, with one song having two parts. Lyrics of these songs are written by Neeraj (four songs), Hasrat Jaipuri (three songs) and Indeewar (one song).

Music for this movie was composed by Shankar – Jaikishan (assited by Dattram and Sabastian).
This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.08.1971.

As mentioned above the today’s song is the fifth song of this movie being posted today after a gap of almost two years.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song.


Song-Patanga jal jal jal mar jaaye (Patanga)(1971) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

O lehriye waali
O motiyonwaali
O lehraa
O lehraa
O lehraa aa

Bum
Bum
Hmm hmm
Hoye hoye hoye hoye
Hai
Hai
Hoye
Hoye
Hoye
Hai
Hai
Hoye
Hoye
Burrrrr aahaa
Haaye haaye
Hai hai
Haaye
Haaye

Patangaa aa
Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye
Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye

Man ki agan ko haaye nahin jaanaa aa
Aag se khela ye parwaanaa aa
Man ki agan ko haaye nahin jaanaa aa
Aag se khela ye parwaanaa aa
Man ki lagi hai tan ujiyaaraa
Jalte rehna bhaag hamaaraa
O o o
Ye batiyaan kaun tujhe samjhaaye
Ye batiyaan kaun tujhe samjhaaye

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye ae

Kaam hai aasaan hunh
bas mar jaana aa
Kaam hai mushkil
khud ko jalaana aa
Kaam hai aasaan
haan bas mar jaana aa
Kaam hai mushkil
khud ko jalaana aa

Tore milan mein jaan to jaaye
Pyaar ki lekin aan na jaaye
O o o
Hamesha preet ki reet nibhaaye
Hamesha preet ki reet nibhaaye
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae

Tera ujaala paaun jahaan par
Pankh pasaare aaun wahaan par
Haaye
Tera ujaala paaun jahaan par
Pankh pasaare aaoon wahaan par
Bhor bhaye tak panth nihaaroon
Tere liye main umr guzaaroon
Ho o o
Mujhe to aur koyi naa bhaaye
Mujhe to aur koyi naa bhaaye

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye ae

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae

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Lyrics in Devnagri Script (provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ओ लहरिये वाली
ओ मोतियोंवाली
ओ लहरा
ओ लहरा
ओ लहरा आ

बम
बम
हम्म हम्म
होए होए होए होए
है
है
होए
होए
ब्रुर्र्र्रररर आहा
होए
होए
हाय हाय
है है
हाय हाय

पतंगा आ
पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए
पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए

मन की अगन को हाय नहीं जाना आ
आग से खेला ये परवाना आ
मन की अगन को हाय नहीं जाना आ
आग से खेला ये परवाना आ
मन की लगे है तन उजियारा
जलते रहना भाग हमारा
ओ ओ ओ
ये बतिया कौन तुझे समझाए
ये बतिया कौन तुझे समझाए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए ए

काम है आसान हुंह
बस मर जाना आ
काम है मुश्किल
खुद को जलाना आ
काम है आसान बस मर जाना आ
काम है मुश्किल खुद को जलाना आ

तोरे मिलन में जान तो जाए
प्यार की लेकिन आन न जाए
ओ ओ ओ
हमेशा प्रीत की रीत निभाये
हमेशा प्रीत की रीत निभाये
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए ए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए

तेरा उजाला पाऊं जहां पर
पंख पसारे आऊँ वहाँ पर
हाए
तेरा उजाला पाऊं जहां पर
पंख पसारे आऊँ वहाँ पर
भोर भये तक पंथ निहारूं
तेरे लिए मैं उम्र गुजारूं
हो ओ ओ
मुझे तो और कोई ना भाए
मुझे तो और कोई ना भाए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए ए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए


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“Pardesi”(1970) was based on a Novel of the same name by Kushwah Kant, who was a prolific Hindi novelist. At least forty novels (may be more) written by him were published but sadly little information about him is available online. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on him.
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“Nateeja”(1969) was produced by Jugal Kishore and is directed by Rajesh Nanda. The movie had Vinod Khanna and Bindu in lead roles (both making their debuts) alongwith KN Singh, Jugal Kishore, Junior Mehmood etc in it as well.
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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.

“Nateeja”(1969) was produced by Jugal Kishore and is directed by Rajesh Nanda. The movie had Vinod Khanna and Bindu in lead roles, supported by KN Singh, Jugal Kishore, Junior Mehmood etc as well.
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“Aafat”(1977) was produced and directed by Atmaram. The movie had Naveen Nischol, Mehmood, Leena Chandavarkar, Tiwari, Sajjan, Jay Shree T, Amjad Khan, A K Hangal, Kamal Kapoor, Keshto Mukherjee, Prema Narayan, Tun Tun etc in it.
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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 34 # Krishna Kalle – 1#
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There are three songs in this blog so far that start with the phrase ‘Raaja jaani’. There is One such song each from ‘Laal Kunwar-1952’, ‘Watan Parast-1934’ and from ‘Bhai Bhai-1956’.
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“Chhaliya”(1973) was produced by Sudesh Raj Gupta and directed by Mukul Dutt. The movie had Navin Nischol, Shatrughan Sinha, Nanda, Helen, Jairaj, Sajjan, Asrani, Manmohan, Bhagwan, Rajendra Nath, Sujit Kumar etc in it.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than nine years. This blog has over 14000 song posts by now.

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