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It is so romantic and comforting the way Bollywood shows romance in films, that cliché phoolo ka milna, dudh ka ubalna makes us want to be in love. Not all of us here have a significant other so let’s not go there, but these Bollywood couples are top-notch cuties and rule our hearts with their mushy chemistry. Here are some of our favorite Bollywood couples and that feel like a warm hug. 

10 Bollywood Couples And That Feel
Like a Warm Hug

Sid and Aisha (Wake Up Sid)

Sid and Aisha (Wake Up Sid)

Don’t you think it’s incredible how you mature in the company of one person, meet your truest potential, find love, and cherish life in the little moments? That’s Sid and Aisha for you. The character development of Sid from a rich brat to exploring his passion for photography and making money out of it, when he started respecting his mom and dad more, and when he falls in love with Aisha is all so beautiful. Aisha’s monologue about Mumbai feels like a warm hug. And also, how adorable is the scene where Sid makes a cake for Aisha out of bread and jam. 

Aditya and Geet (Jab We Met)

Aditya and Geet (Jab We Met)

We would have never imagined an over-the-top, chirpy, enthusiastic woman, Geet, and a heartbroken, lonely, rich beyond imagination but has left all the money behind man, Aditya, to have fallen in love and that too so well? It was terrific how Geet’s energy transformed Aditya in the former part of the movie, and then Aditya’s energy did the same for Geet when she needed it. We hate Anshuman, but lowkey was also very happy about his existence because that helped Geet realize who she truly loved. 

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Bunny and Naina (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)

Bunny and Naina (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)

Without mentioning Bunny and Naina, we can’t finish a thread about the best couple Bollywood gave us. Bunny, aka Kabir, was a wanderlust, loved his profession and life, and enjoyed it to the maximum extent. Naina, who was a nerd, a shy girl, and enjoyed having a simple and calm life, fell in love with Bunny on the impromptu Manali trip she took. But she didn’t confess her love; she let her feelings be. It was only after years, at Aditi’s wedding, Bunny finds Naina all the way beautiful or, in his words, ‘tum pehle bhi itni khoobsurat thi; yah waqt ne kiya koi haseen sitam?’ and falls head over heels in love with her. 

Jordan and Heer (Rockstar)

Jordan and Heer (Rockstar)

We think it’s Imtiaz Ali’s world we are living in. Here’s what Jordan and Heer do to your fragile heart. They met each other, goofed around aimlessly, and did the craziest things until Heer was supposed to get married. After she got married and settled in Prague, they met again and continued doing crazy things, the only difference being they were in love with each other now, but Heer was married. So they again parted ways, but now Jordan came to know Heer had a life-threatening disease and had a few days left in her hands. So they spent most of their time with each other. You would think this seems like a happy ending, but it’s not. The movie turns out to be a cry fest, and the movie’s songs are also to blame here to make us cry out loud. 

Gautam and Meera (Cocktail)

Gautam and Meera (Cocktail)

One of the most underrated Bollywood couples has made it to the list. If you’ve watched Cocktail, you’ll know that Gautam initially dated Veronica but later fell in love with Meera as his mom came into the picture. Gautam had never been in a serious relationship, and Meera had only recently discovered that her marriage was a scam. Their love story was a soft romance found in eye contact and cheerful dances, heartbreaks, and finally realizing they have never loved anybody so much as they did each other. Another adorable thing about the movie is the entire friendship between Gautam, Meera, and Veronica. 

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Vikram and Mili (Khoobsurat)

Vikram and Mili (Khoobsurat)

This movie also had lead actors’ characteristics similar to Jab We Met. Vikram here was a prince; no, literally, he was and had lots of money, property, and luxury. Mili was a physiotherapist who came to Rajasthan for Vikram’s father’s injury. Vikram was stoic, very disciplined, and soft-spoken. In contrast, Milli was chirpy, quirky beyond measure, and a happy-go-lucky person. How these two met, got close, and fell in love is a fun ride to witness. Drop everything on your watch list and watch Khoobsurat if you haven’t.

Varun and Pakhi (Lootera)

Varun and Pakhi (Lootera)

Bollywood once in a while surprises the viewers with a movie that does not just feel like a movie; it feels like a work of art. That is Lootera for you. Pakhi, an aristocrat’s daughter, fell deeply in love with Varun, an archaeologist. Theirs was a love discussing the beauty of literature, art, dreams, and making dreams come true. This sounded too magical, and here’s how it went downhill. Varun was not an archaeologist. He was a conman who wanted to steal from them and ran away after his purpose was fulfilled. But then they met again, under different circumstances and in another place, and what happens, in the end, is something you did not see coming.  

Sameer and Rani (Mujhse Shaadi Karogi)

Sameer and Rani (Mujhse Shaadi Karogi)

This movie was a laughter and romance fest; you can ask anyone who has watched it more than once. Sameer, who has uncontrollable anger issues fell in love with his neighbor Rani, and she also started to like him. But just falling in love with the girl isn’t enough. Sameer also had to convince her dad that he was a good fit for his daughter. Sameer’s attempts were unsuccessful because his seemingly evil roommate, Sunny, was also trying to woo Rani. Sunny took credit for all the good things Sameer did. The way it boiled Sameer’s blood, the banter, the mishaps, and the moments of love between them were way too amusing. 

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Rana and Piku (Piku)

Rana and Piku (Piku)

Disclaimer: There was no love story here between these two has been shown in the movie.

No kissing, no hugging, no hands held. It’s more of a friendship developed during a road trip to Kolkata; the smiles were exchanged, the conversations touched hearts, and the walks were taken. But even after this, Rana and Piku felt like a comfortable couple. It was heartwarming to see how Rana got involved with helping Piku’s nagging dad and did not complain. This movie was one of the best things that happened in 2015. 

Iqbal and Sehmat (Raazi)

Iqbal and Sehmat (Raazi)

The ‘happily ever after’ has always seemed like a good deal. But you don’t always get what you want; life is such. Iqbaal and Sehmat from Raazi were an adorable couple who got into an arranged marriage across borders. They had soft, soothing chemistry where they first found friendship in each other and then love. But this marriage was more than that. Sehmat has a reason behind getting married into this family. Their romance will leave you smiling, but the movie’s end won’t—our advice: keep tissues handy. 

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These were our favorite Bollywood couples who have acquired spaces in our hearts and refuse to leave. They have shown us what love, friendship, fun, loyalty, and betrayal look like and delivered it in the best way possible.

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7 Best Indian Sitcoms That Are Worth Watching

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Sitcoms have continuously been a well-known genre among audiences all over the world, and India is no special case. The Indian TV industry has delivered a few of the most famous Indian sitcoms that have engaged and brought giggling to Indian families. They offer a reviving break from the everyday schedule and give much-needed quantities of excitement.

We have compiled a list of some of the most excellent Indian sitcoms that have earned a gigantic fan base and are worth observing.

7 Best Indian Sitcoms That Are Worth Watching

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah

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Possibly the most popular of all the sitcoms. The show revolves around the lives of families dwelling in a society in Mumbai called Gokuldham. The show creatively incorporates social issues and conveys them with a squeeze of humor. The show’s characters are a representation of a perfect society, with a different bunch of individuals from distinctive societies, religions, and foundations.

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The show is known for its humor and relatable characters. The show has completed more than a decade and is still one of the most-watched and cherished sitcoms in India.

Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai

Bhabiji Ghar par Hai

The show revolves around the lives of two neighboring couples, the Mishras and the Tiwaris. The show has picked up immense popularity in the years since its initiation. The show is known for its humor and silly circumstances. The show’s characters, like Vibhuti Mishra and Angoori Bhabhi, have ended up being fan favorites. The show was inspired by the 1990s Hindi sitcom Shrimaan Shrimati.

Sarabhai vs Sarabhai

Sarabhai vs sarabhai

Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai could be a cult classic Hindi sitcom circling in the early 2000s. The show spun around the life of an upper-class Gujarati family, the Sarabhais. The show was known for its witty one-liners and entertaining circumstances. The show’s characters, like Maya Sarabhai and Rosesh Sarabhai, are still remembered by the audience for their unique identities. The humor is unpretentious, and the show may be a cult classic among fans.

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Khichdi

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Khichdi is another classic Hindi sitcom that debuted in the early 2000s. The show revolved around the life of a quirky and broken Gujarati family, the Parekhs. The show was known for its quirky characters and unconventional circumstances. The humor of the appearance is special and relatable. A film based on the show was also released in 2010.

Office Office

Office Office

Office Office may be a parody of the corruption that exists in Indian government workplaces. The show revolves around Mussaddilal, played by Pankaj Kapur, who is continuously stuck within the bureaucratic maze of Indian government workplaces. Each scene showcased how common individuals were betrayed by degenerate officials and how they battled for equity.

F.I.R.

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F.I.R. is another sitcom that was a hit with gatherings of people. The show featured Kavita Kaushik as inspector Chandramukhi Chautala, who unraveled different cases with an amusing turn. The show was adored for its droll humor and the camaraderie between the characters.

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Chidiya Ghar

Chidiya Ghar

Chidiya Ghar spins around a retired principal, Kesari Narayan, who lives in a house named Chidiya Ghar along with his family, where everybody is named after a specific creature. Each part has a characteristic that comes about under a few silly circumstances. The show was known for its funniness and characters such as Mayuri, Koyal, and, in particular, Gadha Prasad, whose tricks made most of the snickers within the show.

These sitcoms have captured the hearts of millions of viewers and continue to engage with their ageless humor and relatable characters. They have made us snicker, cry, and feel nostalgic and affectionate for the characters and recollections they have given us.

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Bollywood superstars are literally worshipped in India for their charm, glamour and rizz. Often they are idolised for the “perfect characters” they play on screen, and in a country like India, most believe in what they are shown on screen. Legit facts about Bollywood celebs are often found but clubbed with rumors or at times as a publicity stunt(Sorry, Poonam Pandey). Ngl, the B-Town gossip may feel weird, but Sunke Mazaa toh ata hai! 

Tabhi toh, why not turn our spy mode on and find some facts about Bollywood celebs just for you? If you are a crazy Bollywood fan or love binge-watching Bigg Boss secretly, this is for you. Presenting to you 12 Awesome Facts about Bollywood Celebs For Your Filmy And Gossipy Soul.

FYI, with these facts about Bollywood celebs, we aren’t spilling any beans. We are obsessed with their interviews!

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Records Todne mein toh Hum Tumhare Baap hai!

Besides being one of the most celebrated families of Bollywood, Big B and son Abhishek Bachchan are in the Guinness Book of World Records for their 2009 movie Paa. History in Indian cinema was indeed created as for the first time a father-son duo played reversed roles.

 

Naam Mein Kya Rakha Hai

Did you know that the Shershah actress, Kiara Advani was first named Alia Advani? She revealed this in an episode of the Kapil Sharma Show. Well, later she changed her name as Salman Khan suggested her to do.

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Did we just miss a Blockbuster?

Before his debut film, Student of the Year, Sidharth Malhotra did a film directed by Anubhav Sinha. Had it not been shelved, the Pippa Munda would have made his entry much earlier.

 

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Saboon mein Khushboon hai, Iss Dil mein ek tu hai!

Though that’s a parody of the Hum Saath Saath Hain title song, the lead and Bhai of Bollywood, Salman Khan is extremely fond of soaps. Yes, you heard it right. Not only does he produce daily soap operas, but Bhai also loves fragrant soap bars.

 

Talented Taapsee

Taapsee Pannu worked as a software engineer before making her film debut and a successful modeling career. She even has a degree in Computer Science Engineering.

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Naam-Kareena

Initially named “Siddhima”, Kareena Kapoor Khan got her name all thanks to Leo Tolstoy and his fiction. While pregnant with her, Kareena Kapoor’s mother read Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, and that’s when Bebo got her name! This is one of the most intriguing facts about Bollywood Celebs, no cap!

 

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Akshay Hari Om Bhatia

Superstar and fitness freak, Akshay Kumar is quite superstitious irl. Before writing on a paper, he makes sure to head it with “Om”. Man of culture it seems.

 

Age is Just a Number

In a Tamil film, Moondru Mudichu, starred by Rajnikanth, Sridevi was seen to play his stepmom. Well, at that time Sridevi was only 13 years old! 

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The Style Icon

Veteran Actress, Rekha is known to only wear a crimson or chocolate-colored lipstick during her public appearances.

Wait, What?

Deepika Padukone who debuted in the industry with Om Shanti Om, got her first break in a music video titled, ‘Naam Hai Tera’ by none other than Himesh Reshammiya. Well, might be possible that it went unnoticed but would love to see some more such collaborations.

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The Complete Man

One of the World’s top good-looking men, Hrithik Roshan is a huge photography enthusiast and has a big collection of photographs. Even as a child, he would never travel without his camera. 

 

Yeh Pyaar Nahi toh Aur Kya

Indians and their love for movies has always been in the columns. Well, every year the highest number of movie tickets in the world is bought by the Indian audience which is 2.7 billion every year. Since our average ticket price is very low, Bollywood is still a bit behind Hollywood in the revenue game. Koi na Picture abhi baaki hai.

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Well, these were some facts about Bollywood Celebs. But don’t stop from spilling the beans in the comments, if you have got some. Also, let us know in the comments which fact about Bollywood Celebs intrigued you the most!

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10 Finest South Indian Films That Showcase The Diversity Of South Indian Cinema

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An Indian cinephile just cannot afford to miss out on the joy of watching films in any language, whether Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, or Kannada. South Indian films have never failed to meet expectations and have always exceeded them, delivering fascinating and intriguing stories. South Indian films were previously criticised for their over-the-top nature, but now half our best films will be empty if we do not mention South Indian films.

From wonderful stories to exceptional performances, these ten cinematic masterpieces show the range and creativity of South Indian films. Half of these films have already been released and impressed audiences, while the other half promises to showcase something different from the region. Join us as we explore the exciting world of stories that define South Indian films.

10 Finest South Indian Films That Showcase Diversity
Of South Indian Cinema

Jallikattu (2019)

Top 10 South Indian Films: jalabtaru

In an unsettling introduction, this Christian town of short-tempered men is portrayed as a burning herd of overweight carnivores obsessed with their next feast of meat. These contain pork and meat, which are frowned upon or even prohibited in Hindu and Muslim India. Instead, big shafts of hoofed red meat hang aggressively on hooks in the outdoor butcher shop of the grumpy Kalan Varkey (Chemban Vinod Jose). When a large buffalo decides to escape that fate and goes rampant over planted fields, the men of the hamlet are on the hunt, desiring to kill it.

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Lijo Jose Pellissery’s introduction to Jallikattu, with a succession of fast-paced cuts of the major protagonists’ faces and eyes set to a throbbing score intermingled with their controlled breaths, is an unsettling foreshadowing of what’s to come.

Throughout the film, the edits are often too fast to make sense of, giving the impression that you are rushing down the hill in the chase of an unhinged buffalo. It is not an accident, for Lijo’s entire objective here is to disorient, dislocate, and then land a smashing punch on an audience that remains wondering what has just occurred to them.

Jallikattu, not subtly, represents the extreme brutality we have grown used to in the name of being a man. It reflects the sense of masculinity that we have come to accept as a nation. In a story that begins with man against the wild, it isn’t long until man becomes that wild. Jallikattu is often hailed as one of the best South Indian films of all time.

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Jigar thanda Double X (2023)

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Karthik experiments with a lot more dualism in the sequel. To tell a big story, the film unites two completely different worlds: one bursting with shades of orange, red, and brown in the bustling streets of Madurai, and the other soaked in green and orange in the forests of Kombai Sambala.

Karthik Subbaraj released Jigarthanda in 2014, an intriguing meta-gangster film that attempted to combine filmmaking and rowdyism. The film presented the story of a filmmaker who risked his life to make a film about an infamous mobster, and the reliable screenplay was full of surprises and homages to the creative form. After 9 years, a more experienced Karthik returns with Jigarthanda Double X, expanding on everything we identify with the original film.

Karthik’s narrative-heavy sequel combines the inner turmoil of Jigarthanda with the spirit of a spaghetti western, resulting in a political curry western that continuously surprises and is eager to wow with yet another ambitious goal to complete.

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What truly stands out about Jigarthanda Double X is Karthik’s ability to entwine and depict the multiple dualities of the two protagonists as they move between the two universes. The picture alludes to numerous real-life situations, so there’s a lot of fact mixed in with fiction, like in the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019). There are also parallel frames that separate a gun from a camera and a gun from a weapon of war.

Kirubai is essentially the protagonist, while Caesar is simply a puppet in the situation. Both are narratives of discovering oneself, but one is about conquering fear, while the other is about redeeming the individual from anguish.

Kantara (2022)

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There has been a lot of talk about how Indian cinema has lost connection with its origins and is not finding stories unique to the nation as a whole. This country, with its range of cultures and expansiveness, is an incredible treasure trove of tales. Kantara demonstrates what is possible when an excellent filmmaker decides to bring to life an original story rooted in its very origins and culture, bringing with him the skills and technical elegance of exceptional cinema.

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Kantara is a timeless tale of man versus nature, people versus merchants, and the desire for wealth and property. But it is a lot more complex than that because it effortlessly and seamlessly incorporates parts of South India’s coastal Karnataka culture and mythology into the plot.

Situated amid the rural backdrop of forest products smuggling, actor-producer-Director Rishabh Shetty tells the story of centuries of faith traditions in the coastal region, focusing on the region’s ancestral customs and the enormous backing of the native hamlet concealed in the forest land. He succeeds in methodically conveying a narrative of myths, tales, and superstition, all in his own tongue.

Viduthalai Part 1 (2023)

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In the town of Muthuvel, we’re featuring Kumaresan (Soori), a recruit at a police academy located in a village surrounded by heavy forests near the Tamil Nadu-Karnataka border. Kumaresan, our main character, learns the techniques of the law enforcement officers as well as the Makkal Padai movement led by Perumal, nicknamed Vaathiyaar (Vijay Sethupathi).

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Under the guise of employing hundreds of thousands of disadvantaged individuals, a mining firm, assisted by the authorities in the name of state development, intends to destroy the nature surrounding the village. On the one hand, there are the revolutionaries, who claim to be able to communicate in any language, even violence; on the contrary, we have the authority-led police force, which refers to the separatist organization as a terrorist outfit.

Bramayugam (2024)

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The visual decision to shoot the entire movie in black and white benefits Bramayugam significantly. The removal of distracting hues and all unnecessary features not only serves to convey to us the very rudimentary 17th-century environment where the film is set but also contributes to the spooky mood that surrounds the run-down family. This idea of simplicity is also represented in the writing, with the majority of the story centered on the three main characters and only a few passages for the two other characters.

The creative depiction of terror in Rahul Sadasivan’s earlier film Bhoothakalam looks to have raised some expectations for Bramayugam. However, this film is intended to be a fantasy/thriller/mystery story with a few somewhat frightening scenes. The apparition of a ‘chaathan’ and a ‘yakshi’ on the screen does little to ease the fear of what is unseen, as we learned in Bhoothakalam.

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Against all of this, the most disturbing part of the film is Potty’s demonic chuckle and deep-throated voice, which are convincingly performed by Mammootty. He approaches the part unlike any other he has portrayed before, though there are hints of Bhaskara Pattelar’s performance in Vidheyan (1994) at times.

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Pushpa 2: The Rule (2024)

Top 10 South Indian Films: Pushpa 2

Pushpa and Bhanwar Singh’s battle continues in this spectacular conclusion to the two-part South Indian action drama. Pushpa: The Rise—Part 1 was one of the most celebrated films of the year 2021 and had earned over 360 crores.

Indian 2 (2024)

Indian 2 (2024)

Kamal Hassan brings back the franchise of his earlier film, Indian. Senapathy is a former freedom fighter turned vigilante who battles injustice. Senapathy returns to the country to help a young man who has been revealing the corruption in the country through online videos.

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Kaguva (2024)

In 1678, a warrior died as a result of an illness; currently, a girl is conducting a study on the disease that killed the warrior.

Kanguva, also known as Kanguva: A Mighty Valiant Saga, is a forthcoming Indian Tamil-language fantasy adventure movie directed by Siva and developed by K. E. Gnanavel Raja, V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy, and Pramod Uppalapati under the respective banners of Studio Green and UV Creations. The film stars Suriya in six roles, leading an ensemble cast that includes Bobby Deol and Disha Patani (in their Tamil debuts).

Kantara: A Legend Chapter 1 (2024)

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A prequel to the 2022 film Kantara, Kantara 2 is set during the reign of Kadambas of Banavas. Like Kantara, this film will also be directed, produced, and written by Rishabh Shetty. He will also be starring in the lead role.

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Kalki 2898 (2024)

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Starring Prabhas, Deepika Padukone, and Amitabh Bachchan, Kalki 2898 takes place in the aftermath of the apocalypse in the year 2898. It is about the possible future appearance of Kalki, Vishnu’s tenth and last avatar. Kalki 2898 is the most anticipated South Indian movie of the year 2024.

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