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Rajesh Khanna Details
Rajesh Khanna Profession Actor
Rajesh Khanna Celebrity Type Movie Star
Rajesh Khanna Age 69 Years (as of 2012)
Rajesh Khanna Date Of Birth 29 December 1942
Rajesh Khanna Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Rajesh Khanna Birthplace Amritsar Punab
Rajesh Khanna Height 5.7 Feet
Rajesh Khanna Weight 88 Kgs
Rajesh Khanna Notable Work Aradhana
Rajesh Khanna Total Films Fifty-Seven
Rajesh Khanna Net Worth 65 Million
Rajesh Khanna Death Date 18 July 2012

Rajesh Khanna’s Biography

Rajesh Khanna biography

Rajesh Khanna was a Hindi film actor film producer and politician from India. Between 1969 and 1971 he was known as the First Superstar of Hindi Cinema has acted in a record 15 single hero hit films. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s he was the highest-paid actor in Hindi cinema. He has received four BFJA Awards and five Filmfare Awards and he was posthumously given the Padma Bhushan India's third-highest civilian honour in 2013.

Khanna died on July 18 2012 following a brief illness. The Prime Minister of India honoured him with a stamp and a statue in his likeness as well as renaming a road after him. Yasser Usman's book Rajesh Khanna: The Untold Story of India's First Superstar was published by Penguin Books in 2014. Narayanan Subramanian's biography Rajesh Khanna: The Most Versatile Superstar Actor of Hindi Cinema was published in 2022.

Khanna was honoured with a one-kilometer fitness trail in Lajpat Nagar National Park in 2018 which was opened by his wife Dimple Kapadia. Know more facts about Rajesh Khanna’s Age Family Biography Relationships and Career. Keep reading more to get interesting about Rajesh Khanna

Rajesh Khanna’s Age

Rajesh Khanna was aged 69 years old at the time of his death. He was born on 29 December 1942. He died on 18 July 2012. His zodiac sign is Capricorn. His birthplace is Amritsar Punjab.

Rajesh Khanna's Education

Rajesh Khanna Education

He went to St. Sebastian's Goan High School with his friend Ravi Kapoor who went by the stage name Jeetendra later in life. Khanna progressively developed an interest in theatre performing in numerous stage and theatre productions during his high school and college years and winning numerous prizes in inter-college drama competitions.

From 1959 to 1961 Khanna attended Nowrosjee Wadia College in Pune for his first two years of Bachelor of Arts studies.Khanna later attended K. C. College in Mumbai while Jeetendra attended Siddharth Jain College. Khanna helped Jeetendra prepare for his first film audition. When Khanna's uncle KK Talwar decided to enter the film industry he changed Khanna's first name to Rajesh.

Rajesh Khanna's Family

Rajesh Khanna Family

Chunnilal Khanna and Leelawati Khanna relatives of his biological parents adopted and nurtured him. His father had moved from West Punjab to Amritsar's Gali Tiwarian. Lala Hiranand Khanna and Chandrani Khanna were his biological parents

Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia had two daughters from their marriage. Twinkle Khanna was born on December 29 1974 while Rinke Khanna was born on July 27 1977. Rajesh Khanna's oldest daughter is an actress and interior decorator who married Bollywood's famous actor Akshay Kumar in 2001 and has two children one son and one daughter. Furthermore Rajesh Khanna's younger daughter who is married to investment banker Samir Saran is an actress.

Rajesh Khanna's Girlfriends

Anju Mahendru

Anju Mahendru is a model actor and fashion designer from India. Rajesh Khanna was already a superstar while Anju was attempting to create a name for herself in the industry. Although little is known about how the two met their love is regarded as pure and real. During their early years together the two supported one another from the inside out. Anju was a committed girlfriend and Rajesh didn't mind lavishing his wealth on her. Rajesh and Anju reportedly had a live-in relationship for seven years from 1966 until 1972.

Anju's mother wanted Khanna to marry her daughter as soon as possible because he was a well-known actor in the industry and Khanna desired the same. However due to Anju's refusal to marry Rajesh ended their relationship in 1972. Rajesh Khanna married Dimple Kapadia before her debut Bobby in 1973 a year after his breakup. According to rumours it was Rajesh who entirely wrecked Anju's profession following their breakup and things became so bad that Rajesh purposefully redirected his baraat to pass in front of Anju's house. Anju and Rajesh had not spoken to one another in 17 years until 1988!

Rajesh Khanna Wife

Dimple Kapadia like many other admirers was a tremendous fan of the actor. When Rajesh Khanna found out about Dimple's break-up and obsession with him he wasted no time in proposing marriage to the actress despite the fact that she is still in her teen years. Dimple Kapadia was overjoyed by her favourite actor's proposal which she gladly accepted.

So the stage was prepared and the whole film industry was invited to Rajesh and Dimple's wedding. Every news outlet covered their wedding extensively. After all it was the wedding of one of the industry's best actors. The couple's age disparity however stunned everyone. Dimple was only 16 years old when she married Rajesh who was 15 years her senior! Rajesh was even said to have married the actress solely for attention.

The celebrity couple enjoyed their lavish wedding reception at the Hotel Horizon in Juhu Mumbai. They later traveled on their honeymoon to Europe. Rajesh Khanna even planned a magnificent celebration for Dimple's 16th birthday at the prestigious Hilton Hotel.

But as time passed Kaka's stardom faded as did their love for one other. The majority of his films bombed at the box office in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Despite this Dimple remained by his side and supported him during the trying period till Rajesh fell in love with another young aspiring actress Tina Munim.

That was the final straw in Rajesh and Dimple's marriage. Heartbroken the actress left in 1984 and subsequently said that marrying the superstar was a mistake. Despite their separation the pair did not complete their divorce processes. Despite Tina's repeated requests Kaka did not divorce the actress because it would be detrimental to his kids Twinkle and Rinki Khanna with whom he was very close.

Tina Munim

Tina Munim entered Rajesh Khanna's life while he was already married to Dimple Kapadia. That was the period in their relationship when things were not going well. Dimple Kapadia had no idea Tina Munim and Rajesh Khanna existed back then. According to reports the two had become friends with Dimple Kapadia visiting Rajesh Khanna on set and spending time with Tina Munim.

Rajesh Khanna and Tina Munim were quite close while filming their films and eventually fell in love. Tina Munim reportedly moved into Rajesh Khanna's bungalow as a part of their romance.

Rajesh Khanna stated in an interview 'I married Dimple on the rebound and Tina was a balm for my wounds.' Their relationship made headlines and they were never shy about professing their feelings for one another. According to rumours Rajesh Khanna showered lavish presents on his girlfriend Tina Munim.

Tina Munim and Rajesh Khanna had a good relationship till Tina Munim requested Rajesh Khanna to marry her. Rajesh Khanna then married Dimple Kapadia and the couple never divorced. Tina Munim had one condition: she would not be with him till she married her. Tina Munim eventually left him.

Rajesh Khanna's Struggles

During the United Producers Combine Talent Hunt event (1965) Jatin used his well-modulated voice to engross the judges with each passing line as he presented a monologue during the finals beating out 10 000 other competitors. Rajesh Khanna's troubles came to an end the day he signed a contract with the United Producers Combine.

With three failed films in a row and not-so-cute boy looks Khanna's career could be ending right in front of his eyes. 'Most filmmakers believed Khanna's off-screen problems permeated his work. He was popular enough to get jobs but his failures reduced him to a second-tier celebrity. Rajesh and his films had stopped making history. Rajesh Khanna died today after years of loneliness and an inability to kick his drinking habit.

Top 10 movies of Rajesh Khanna

Ittefaq (1969)

This film directed by Yash Chopra received critical accolades for its acting and plot. Dilip Roy plays Rajesh Khanna a painter on trial for the death of his wife. The film stars Nanda and Rajesh Khanna in the key roles with Sujit Kumar Bindu Madan Puri and Iftekhar in supporting roles. Salil Chowdhury composed the music.

The movie was a 'semi-hit' at the box office. The story is based on the 1965 American film Signpost to Murder previously converted into the Gujarati drama Dhummas starring Sarita Joshi. It was the fourth Bollywood film (after Naujawan Munna and Kanoon) to feature no songs.

Aradhana (1969)

This film directed by Shakti Samanta and starring Sharmila Tagore was named the finest film of the year by the Filmfare Awards. Songs like Roop Tera Mastana and Mere Sapno Ki Rani came from it. Aradhana's enormous success spawned two remakes: the Tamil film Sivagamiyin Selvan (1974) and the Telugu film Kannavari Kalalu (1976). (1974).

This film is included in Rajesh Khanna's 17 consecutive hit films between 1969 and 1971 by adding the two hero flicks Marayada and Andaz to his 15 straight solo hits from 1969 to 1971. Aradhana was a box-office success in both India and the Soviet Union. The film's concept was inspired by the 1946 film To Each His Own.

Sachaa Jhutha (1970)

The film was directed by Manmohan Desai and was a box-office success. Rajesh Khanna plays an honest villager who has a look-alike and is a thief in the film. The film was considered a smash hit after being the year's second-highest-grosser. Rajesh Khanna's performance was critically lauded and he received the Filmfare Best Actor Award in 1971.

It was recreated in Tamil as Ninaithadhai Mudippavan (Finishes everything he thinks) with M. G. Ramachandran reprising Rajesh Khanna's roles and M. N. Nambiar replicating Vinod Khanna's roles and was released in 1975. Mutthanna (1994) starring Shiva Rajkumar was a Kannada remake of the film. Kannada is the language. The scenes are identical to those in the Tamil film.

Haathi Mere Saathi (1971)

According to box office earnings Haathi Mere Saathi was the biggest hit of 1971 and it was a favourite of kids in the early 1970s. The film directed by M A Thirumugham is regarded as one of Rajesh Khanna's biggest-ever hits. The highest-grossing Indian film in 1971 was Haathi Mere Saathi. In India the net income was 35 million and the total domestic gross was 70 million (US$9.34 million) which is comparable to US$62 million (3.65 billion) after inflation.

In the Soviet Union where it sold 34.8 million tickets in 1974 the film was an overseas smash. The film's foreign Soviet gross was 8.7 million rubles (US$11.54 million or 93.5 million) which is equivalent to US$63 million (3.72 billion) when adjusted for inflation. The picture grossed a total of 16.35 crore (US$20.88 million) globally (including India and the Soviet Union) which is equivalent to US$113 million (737 crore) in 2017.

Kati Patang (1971)

Rajesh Khanna plays Kamal Sinha in the film alongside Asha Parekh. Shakti Samanta directed the film which was the second of nine films in which Samanta and Rakesh Khanna collaborated. Superhit songs from the film include Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai Yeh Shaam Mastani and Pyaar Deewana Hota Hai Mastaana Hota Hai.

The performances of Parekh and Khanna were lauded by both the public and the reviewers. The film was one of Khanna's 17 straight hits between 1969 and 1971 and it was the second of four films in which he worked with Parekh. Later the film was remade in Tamil as Nenjil Oru Mul (1981) and in Telugu as Punnami Chandrudu (1987). It is based on Cornell Woolrich's 1948 novel I Married a Dead Man which was previously made into the 1950 film No Man's Land.

Anand (1971)

One of Kaka's most popular films stars Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan in major roles with Rajesh Khanna playing the title role. The film is directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and is about a cancer patient (Khanna) who believes in living life to the fullest. Several honours were bestowed upon the film including the Filmfare Award for Best Film in 1972.
It was included in Anupama Chopra's book 100 Films to See Before You Die in 2013. Anand is one of Rajesh Khanna's 17 consecutive box office blockbusters between 1969 and 1971 along with the multistarrers Maryada (1971) and Andaz (1971). (1971).

The movie was a modest box office success. However it has now developed a cult following and is regarded as one of the best Hindi films ever made. It was named one of the '25 must-see Bollywood movies' by Indiatimes. Anand is one of only two films in which Khanna and Bachchan have appeared together the other being Hrishikesh Mukherjee's 1973 film Namak Haraam.

Amar Prem (1972)

Shakti Samanta directed the film which is based on the story Nishipadma by Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay and stars Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore. One of the highlights of this classic is the thought-provoking song Chingaari Koi Bhadke composed by Anand Bakshi and sung by Kishore Kumar.

The movie depicts the decline of human values and relationships and compares it with an illustrious example of a boy's naive love for a local courtesan. The film is about a schoolboy who is abused by his stepmother and befriends a prostitute next door. The film stars Sharmila Tagore as a prostitute with a golden heart Rajesh Khanna as a lonely businessman and Vinod Mehra as adult Nandu the little child for whom they both care.

The music was composed by R. D. Burman and the songs were sung by notable playback singers such as Kishore Kumar R.D. Burman's father S.D. Burman and Lata Mangeshkar. The lyrics were written by Anand Bakshi.

Bawarchi (1972)

Hrishikesh Mukherjee directed this family comedy starring Rajesh Khanna and Jaya Badhuri. The plot revolves around Raghu (Rajesh Khanna) a young man who volunteers to work as a cook and is employed. Raghu quickly becomes the family's favourite and narrative twists ensue.

The film was listed as the eighth top-grossing film of 1972. Khanna cited in an interview In 'Bawarchi' I did exactly the reverse of what Hrishida had made me do in 'Anand'. He let me interpret the role and play it on my own. I'd had enough intense roles and 'Bawarchi' allowed me to interpret and portray the role the way I wanted. As a result I let myself go.

Namak Haraam (1973)

After Anand this is Hrishikesh Mukherjee's second film with Rajesh Khanna. The most famous melodies are Diye Jalte Hai Phool Khilte Hai Nadiya se dariya Dariye se sagar and Main Shayar Badnaam all sung brilliantly by Kishore Kumar and picturized on Rajesh Khanna.

The film was a box office smash finishing as the fifth highest-grossing film of 1973. Unakkaga Naan is the Tamil remake of the film. The main premise of the film was based on a subplot from the 1967 Telugu film Prana Mithrulu which was influenced by the storyline of the 1964 film Becket.

Hum Dono (1985)

Hum Dono is a 1985 Hindi film directed by B.S. Glaad and starring Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini. R D Burman composed the music and Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle sang the songs. Raja (Khanna) realizes that his face resembles that of Dr. Shekhar one of Bombay's highest-paid doctors. He manages to assume his post but soon realizes that Dr. Shekhar too has issues.

Rajesh Khanna's Career Timeline

Year Rajesh Khanna Movie Rajesh Khanna Character
2002 Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa Siddharth
2001 Pyaar Zindagi Hai Hridaynath
1999 Aa Ab Laut Chalen Balraaj Khanna
1996 Sautela Bhai Master Tulsiram
1995 Kis Kaam Ke Yeh Rishte N/A
1994 Khudai Raj Anand
1991 Begunaah Jeevanlal 'J.V.'
1991 Rupaye Dus Karod Lawyer and Novelist Ravi Varma
1991 Ghar Parivar Shanker
1990 Swarg Mr. Kumar
1990 Jai Shiv Shankar N/A
1990 Ghar Ka Ujala N/A
1990 Dushman N/A
1989 Paap Ka Ant Deputy Commissioner Police Khanna
1989 Ghar Ka Chiraag Kumar
1989 Mamta ki Chhaon Mein N/A
1989 Main Tera Dushman Truck Driver
1988 Vijay Ajit Bhardwaj
1988 Woh Phir Aayegi Raju
1987 Nazrana Rajat Verma
1987 Awam Captain Amar Kumar
1987 Goraa Goraa
1987 Sitapur Ki Geeta Ramu
1987 Raj Kapoor Himself (during funeral)
1986 Amrit Amrit Lal Sharma
1986 Nasihat Rajesh Verma
1986 Anokha Rishta Robert Brown Bob
1986 Waapsi N/A
1986 Shatru Inspector Ashok Sharma
1986 Om N/A
1986 Mohabbat Ki Kasam Krishna
1986 Angaaray Ravi
1986 Adhikar Vishal
1985 Zamana Inspector Vinod S. Kumar
1985 Hum Dono Raja and Dr. Shekhar
1985 Bayen Haath Ka Khel N/A
1985 Masterji Masterji
1985 Bewafai Ashok Nath
1985 Durgaa Mohan Babu
1985 Aakhir Kyon? Alok Nath
1985 Alag Alag Neeraj
1985 Babu Babu
1985 Oonche Log Rai Bahadur Rajdev Singh / Raju
1985 Insaaf Main Karoonga Captain Ravi Khanna
1985 Awara Baap Raj
1985 Ram Tere Kitne Nam Himself
1985 Aar Paar Himself
1984 Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar Ram Avtaar
1984 Maqsad Rajeshwar
1984 Asha Jyoti Deepak Chander
1984 Dharm Aur Qanoon Justice Diwan / Rajan
1984 Naya Kadam Ramu
1984 Awaaz Advocate Jayant
1984 Paapi Pet Ka Sawaal Hai Mohan / Sheik / Shankar Rao / Sradar
1983 Nishaan Shankar
1983 Avtaar Avtaar Krishen
1983 Film Hi Film N/A
1983 Souten Shyam Mohit
1983 Agar Tum Na Hote Ashok Mehra
1982 Suraag Qawwali Singer
1982 Rajput Dhirendra Singh
1982 Ashanti Police Inspector Kumar Chandra Singh
1982 Dil-E-Nadaan Anand
1982 Dharam Kanta Ram / Shanker
1982 Ayaash N/A
1982 Disco Dancer Master Raju
1982 Jaanwar Raju
1981 Dushman Dost N/A
1981 Kudrat Mohan Kapoor / Madho
1981 Khoon Aur Paani None
1981 Sundara Satarkar None
1981 Dhanwan Vijay Kumar Saxena
1981 Dard Deepak Srivastav / Vikas 'Vicky'
1981 Fiffty Fiffty Kishan Singh
1981 Bharosa N/A
1981 Naseeb Himself
1980 Thodisi Bewafaii Arun Kumar Choudhary
1980 Red Rose Anand
1980 Phir Wohi Raat Dr. Vijay - a psychiatrist
1980 Aanchal Shambhu
1980 Shadi Se Pahale N/A
1980 Sapne Apne Apne N/A
1980 Bandish Kishan
1979 Prem Bandhan Kishan' Mohan Khanna
1979 Naya Bakra N/A
1979 Muqabla Qawwali Singer
1979 Majnoon N/A
1979 Janata Havaldar Constable Janta Prasad
1979 Bebus N/A
1979 Amar Deep Raja / Sonu
1979 Cinema Cinema Himself
1978 Bhola Bhala Ram Kumar Verma / Nathu 'Nathiya' Singh
1978 Naukri Ranjit Gupta 'Ronu'
1978 Chamatkaar N/A
1978 Chakravyuha Amit Narayan
1977 Tyaag Chetan
1977 Aaina Ashok J. Rao
1977 Chhailla Babu Babu Chhailla
1977 Karm Arvind Kumar
1977 Chalta Purza Amar Gupta
1977 Hatyara N/A
1977 Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein Ravi Raj Sinha (Dak Babu)
1977 Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka Ashok Sharma
1977 Tinku Sher Khan
1977 Anurodh Arun Choudhury / Sanjay Kumar / Pritam Nath Ghayal
1976 Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun Qawal
1976 Mehbooba Prakash and Suraj
1976 Maha Chor Rajeshwar A. Singh and Raju Khan 'Johnny Fernandes'
1976 Ginny Aur Johnny Inspector
1976 Bundal Baaz Rajaram 'Goku' 'Raja'
1975 Aakraman Karan Singh
1975 Prem Kahani Rajesh Kamleshwar Narain
1974 Aap Ki Kasam Kamal Bhatnagar
1974 Prem Nagar Chhotey Kunver Karan U. Singh
1974 5 Rifles Himself
1974 Ajnabee Rohit Kumar Saxena
1974 Avishkaar Amar
1974 Roti Mangal Singh
1974 Humshakal Ram / Lakshman
1974 Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi N/A
1973 Raja Rani Raja
1973 Bangaru Babu N/A
1973 Daag: A Poem of Love Sunil Kohli
1973 Namak Haraam Somnath (Somu) / Chander Singh
1973 Bombay Superstar Himself
1972 Dushman Surjit Singh / Dushmun
1972 Badnaam Farishte Lawyer Prakash
1972 Amar Prem Anand Babu
1972 Bawarchi Raghu (Bawarchi)
1972 Joroo Ka Ghulam Rajesh
1972 Anuraag Gangaram
1972 Shehzada Rajesh / Raji
1972 Mere Jeevan Saathi Prakash
1972 Maalik Karan
1972 Dil Daulat Duniya Vijay
1972 Apna Desh Akash Chandra
1971 Kati Patang Kamal Sinha
1971 Guddi Himself
1971 Mehboob Ki Mehndi Yusuf
1971 Anand Anand
1971 Andaz Raj
1971 Haathi Mere Saathi Raj Kumar 'Raju'
1971 Chhoti Bahu Madhu
1971 Seema N/A
1971 Maryada Raj Bahadur' Rajan
1970 The Train CID Inspector Shyam Kumar
1970 Sachaa Jhutha Bhola and Ranjit Kumar
1970 Aan Milo Sajna Ajit
1970 Safar Avinash
1970 Khamoshi Mr. Arun Choudhury (Patient #24)
1969 Bandhan Dharmchand "Dharma"
1969 Aradhana Arun / Suraj Prasad Saxena
1969 Ittefaq Dilip Roy
1969 Do Raaste Satyan Gupta
1969 Doli Amar Kumar
1968 Shrimanji Karanramchand
1967 Raaz Kumar / Sunil
1967 Aurat Suresh
1967 Baharon Ke Sapne Ram
1966 Aakhri Khat Govi

Rajesh Khanna's Controversy

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Sabeeha who was only 15 years old at the time accused him of inappropriate behaviour in 1986. Sabeeha was Amreeta's daughter and she acted in films like Mere Mehboob Tumsa Nahin Dekha and Goonj Uthi Shehnai. Amreeta was the one who spoke out about her daughter's alleged harassment on the sets of Anokha Rishta even claiming that the film's director nearly raped her daughter in a hotel room.

Rajesh Khanna was accused of something like this for the first time and the stories remained restricted to gossip columns and nothing more. Rajesh Khanna was already well-known for marrying Dimple Kapadia when she was barely 16 years old. But the marriage fell apart and it was reported that Dimple left Rajesh Khanna because he forbade her from resuming her acting career.

Rajesh Khanna's Networth

Rajesh Khanna Networth

On July 29 2012 it was claimed that India's first superstar Rajesh Khanna who left behind massive property worth Rs 1 000 crores ($ 200 million) following his death left nothing for his ex-wife Dimple Kapadia. Rajesh Khanna chose to write his final will and testament a fortnight before his death. Rajesh sensed that his life was coming to an end and hence prepared his will for the distribution of his money after his death. He has left everything to his two daughters Twinkle Khanna Kumar and Rinke Khanna Saharan.

Rajesh Khanna was paid more than ten lacs for various films in 1970 then 20-27 lakhs in 1974-77 30-57 lakhs in 1978-1982 then 50-70 lakhs from 1981 to 1989. During this time period no other lead actor received a larger compensation.

Rajesh Khanna drove MG Magnette Mark IV MG Midgit Sports Cars and MG MGA Roadster 1600 models that his father had purchased in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Following his debut he purchased a 1967 red Toyota Corona. After becoming a celebrity his first car was a white Standard Herald purchased with his earnings in 1971 and after his marriage he purchased a two-door Chevrolet Impala Convertible model in 1973 followed by a Lotus Elan Sport car (a limited edition car with only 25 cars made in the world) in 1978 after becoming a father of two daughters.

Rajesh later purchased a Mercedes Benz 220 Diesel in 1980 and a BMW vehicle in 1991. Later in 2007 he purchased a metal blue Mercedes Benz 220 and drove it till his death. In May 2012 Rajesh Khanna gave his younger daughter Rinke a BMW with the proceeds from his Havells TV commercial.

Rajesh Khanna Death

Rajesh Khanna death

He died on July 18 2012 at his Aashirwad house in Mumbai. According to sources his health had been worsening since July 2011 when he was diagnosed with cancer.

Rajesh Khanna's Awards

Rajesh Khanna awards

6 Interesting facts about Rajesh Khanna

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