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Namastey! Presenting Indian Comics Fandom Magazine second issue of 2012 (you can call it December 2012 edition). As the year draws to a close, let’s recap the events of the last quarter of Indian Comic Industry. 2012 witnessed many comic & animation related events including comic cons (India) organized in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai with special comic launch events by comic publications as well as independent writers-artists. Theme of this issue of ICF is independent comic creators-publishers…who are ‘almost’ as good as comic publishers with commercial success and huge fan following. ICF second edition also covers Mumbai Film & Comic Con, Nagraj Janmotsav (5), iVigilante Project, Readers Choice Poll-Award for Best Online Promotion (with stats & analysis), Featured article, featured artists and interview with author Kshitish Padhy.

Though with almost 30 pages less December issue is better than the first issue (October 2012) of Indian Comics Fandom Magazine. Why? Kyoki Editing karne mey kaafi time laga pehle se. Cheers! Enjoy! Wish you a Happy, Prosperous & Comicastic New Year! P.S. Cover Pic Model/Saanp – Rahul Shashank -

Mohit Sharma (Trendster / Trendy Baba)


Aaapki Poojita Series

A webcomic by the writers of Kashmir Ki Kahaani, Uud Bilaw Manus, The Itch You Can't Scratch and Widhwa Ma Andhi Behen. www.aaapkipoojita.com


Angry Maushi

- Abhijeet Kini (his creation “Bappida” is also popular)


iVigilante Project

iVigilante is an independent, volunteer run & artist curated multi-dimensional artwork tribute to Indian comic superheroes. Context: We love Indian comic superheroes. We grew up reading their adventures and they touched millions hearts. They actually changed the way we think of ourselves as we wanted to be like them once we grow up. There was an ultimate bond hidden and they provided us a sense of security that someone is there to take care of us. That was childhood, a great childhood. And then we grew up and got addicted to TV.Films, Playstations, Ipod’s and a few other platforms. During 90's we saw a decline in comic readership but after a hiatus, Indian comic book industry now is growing at a right pace and direction. Also, The Indian Comic-Con


convention witnessed a phenomenal success especially in the second year of its existence. We are introducing, 'iVigilante', an independent artwork project celebrating the great Indian superheroes of all times with an aim to produce a collective of Indian Superheroes with artist's unique art styles and treatments in both 2D and 3D mediums. We are also featuring various publishers (1950's-recent times) who helped Indian Comics Industry what it is today. Due to them comics in India is a 100 million dollar industry. We have cautiously selected 52 Indian comic superheroes of all times from publishers Raj comics, Diamond Comics, Indrajal Comics, Majoj Comics, Tulsi Comics, along with few others with a plan to showcase the artworks for an exhibition and through various art events to help spread the word. In crisis years a few publishers stopped their production but we love featuring popular superheroes that we may have forgotten through these years. Purpose: We love comic books and have a great passion for it. The ultimate goal is to promote Indian Comic Superheroes, Artists, and Publishers and we are confident it will surely lead to an increased comic awareness and readership. In short: 1. To promote Indian Comics Superheroes featuring contributing artists and publishers 2. To Increase Awareness 3. Sharing information/Exchanging ideas that how sensible people from the industry can take it further to another new media platforms Outcome: 1. Shaping a new creative experience. 2. The involvement of informed and concerned people to help support the industry.


Anthony-Raj Comics (WIP) by Milton Das


Pearl Comics

Yogesh Kumar Amana shares his cartoons, satires, write-ups on his FB page “Pearl Comics”


FA Gang Stuffs & Simmi Singh


Himalayan Comics

This is a company with multidimensional approach which is gradually increasing its reach & base with the help of talented team of artists. The team members also worked in couple of regional languages movies. Though, the pace of work and updates is comparatively slow than other comic publications.


Freelance Talents

Freelance Talents published 84 Tears, Desi-Pun, Tails of Low I.Q., Long Live Inquilab, Trendy Baba Series & few research books this year. Their upcoming projects are Indi Horror Series, Kavya Comics Series, Infra Surkh Shayars.


Ninja Tuna Animation Studios


“NTAS was founded in December 2011 with a simple aim to change the way things work & look in Indian Animation & Comic Industry.” Upcoming series by NTAS is Setu.

Currently hosting “Have your own comic” contest open for writers and artists.


Nagraj Janmotsav (6 October 2012) Venue: Delhi Haat

Fans with Doga, Nagraj, Dhruv & Guddu (Garbage Bin). Thousands of fans attended Nagraj Janmotsav (season 5), this was seventh event hosted by Raj Comics in the span of less than 5 years.


Star guest, Famous Novelist Surendra Mohan Pathak. Raj Comics Management plans to invite & facilitate more artists-writers on this annual event.


Writer-Director Anurag Kashyap confirmed that his next project after Bombay Velvet is Doga movie. He also launched special preview copies of Doga series “Kyu hai Doga?� by Edison George (Manu) and Alok Sharma.


Mumbai Film & Comic Convention (21 October 2012)

Holy Cow Entertainment Stall Aghori (Book 2) launched by Vivek Goel and Ram V


Vimanika Comics Stall


Raj Comics Stall


Diamond Comics (thousands of comics under many series) now available on Flipkart & Infibeam, a late move when publishers with even couple of releases till date are making full use of online channels. Social media-Online presence and updates by Diamond Comics are also negligible.


Featured Article by Prahlad Dubey on Raj Comics Upcoming Projects: RC ne apne FB page par 12/12/12 ko jin dhamaakedaar teasers ke saath celebrate kiya tha, unhe dekhkar mujhe apne kuchh vichaar vyakt karne ki soojhi. To pesh hai mera ek chhota-sa article as per the teasers supplied by RC: 1. WORLD WAR: Reportedly Aatankharta Nagraj ki 2nd last comics prior to 'Veergati'. Jaha kai fans iss news se niraash hue hain, wahi mujhe to RC kaa ye step justified laga as this end will highlight the real impact of terrorism on our world. Ye comics December set me release ho chuki hai aur fans ab ye ummeed lagaaye honge ki ye effects ke saath print ho. Par mujhe ye jaanne me dilchaspi hai ki Aatankharta kaa end sahi maayno me justified dikhaaya jaayega yaa Nagayan ke Nagraj ki tarah ajeebo-gareeb aur unexpected! 2. CODENAME COMET: Hamaare Captain Dhruv ki forthcoming series. Iske teasers ne kaafi response generate kiya hai aur mujhe ye jaankar khushi hui ki pichhle kuch issues ki tarah isme bhi Captain ke ek puraane villain Dr Virus kaa comeback hoga. Ye series Mandaar sir ki kalam se nikli hai, so expectations are really high! 3. SUBHASHYA SHIGHRAM: Raavan Doga ke pashchaat Doga ki agli comics. Isme Dheeraj Verma sir kaa artwork dekhne ko milega. Personally mujhe to Dheeraj sir kaa Doga kabhi zyaada pasand nahi aaya, jiska kaaran mujhe yahi samajh aata hai ki Manu sir ne Doga ke artwork kaa standard itna high kar diya hai ki unke aage sab feeka hi lagta hai. Ab dekhne waali baat ye hogi ki RC me apne comeback ke baad pehli baar koi without-Bheriya comic draw karne par unhe kaisa response milta hai, aur sabse bada sawaal- kya isme bhi unka artwork without inking hi dikhega? 4. YUGAANDHAR: Bhokal ki agli comic aur bahupratikshit, kyuki isi se Sarvnayak kaa aagaaz hoga. Comic me artwork hai LalitSingh sir(of GURU BHOKAL fame) ka. Kaafi samay baad unki ore se koi full-fledged comic dekhne ko milegi fans ko. Yaha mai ek aisi news share karna chaahunga jiske baare


me shaayad kai fans ko nahi pata, aur wo news mere jaise kuchh ke liye jaha achchhi hai wahi kaiyo ke liye buri bhi! Yoddha ki abandoned series Aarambh kaa agla part 'SWARG HETU' bhi abhi wahi bana rahe hain, jo Yugaandhar ke jald baad hi release hone ki ummeed hai. Jo fans ye jaanna chaahte hain ki Lalit sir ne itne samay se kisi comic par kaam kyu nahi kiya, unhe ye bataana chaahunga ki 2010/2011 me unka kaafi fatal accident hua tha, jisme unki mastishk ko kaafi gehraa aaghaat laga tha jisse wo abhi tak poori tarah se ubar nahi paaye hain, aur unhe artwork banaane me kaafi stress padta hai.... Anyways, i m sure meri tarah baaki fans bhi iske liye kaafi besabr honge aur mai ummeed karungaa ki ye comics hamaari ummeedo par khari utregi.

5. NEGATIVES: 2013 ki abhi tak finalised most-awaited comics. Ab isme aisi kya khaasiyat hain ye shaayad mujhe bataane ki zarurat nahi hai: Anupam


Sinha sir ki ore se kaafi samay baad ek multistarrer, Anupam-Vinod duo kaa Nagayan series ke pashchaat strong comeback, RC ke itihaas me pehli baar 160-page kaa visheshaank. Par iss teaser ko dekhne ke baad mere mann me kuchh uljhane paida ho gayi hain jo shaayad kuchh aur fans ke mann me bhi uthi ho. Abhi tak ke sabhi teasers ko dekhne ke baad mujhe ye shankaa ho rahi hai ki shaayad isme sirf uprokt dikh rahe 5 superheroes hi honge, aur Vinod sir ki inking hone se mujhe nahi lagta ki ab iss 160-pg comic ke Glossy me aane ki koi ummeed bachti hai. Par jo bhi ho, ye comics to ab fans ke liye ek must-have ban hi chuki hai aur iss page me ek aur dekhne laayak baat ye hai ki unhone Parmanu ke looks me bhi thoda sa modification kiya hai, jo xactly kaisa hai ye to ab comics padhne ke baad hi pata lagega! KYU HAI DOGA {Tentative}: Iss series ko lekar mujhme aur mere jaise hi kai Doga fans me zabardast romaanch paidaa ho chuka hai. Ye filhaal 3 parts me proposed hai. Haalaanki ab tak iske sirf 2-3 teasers hi dekhne ko mile hain, unme sabse faadu to upar hi hai, par bas itne hi dekhke iski pratikshaa karnaa ab kathin ho gaya hai. Iss series se hamaare chahete Edison George sir aka Manu ji lagbhag dedh saal ke pashchaat waapas apne Doga ke saath comeback kar rahe hain, aur iske alaawa Indian Comics industry ki ek jaani-maani hasti Mr Alok Sharma(maker of the documentary "CHITRAKATHA: Indian Comics Beyond Balloons and Panels") bhi RC me apni storywriting ki debut kar rahe hain. Nagraj Janmotsav 2012 me kuchh lucky fans ko isi series ki preview books inaam me mili hain, to wo zyaada clear opinion de paayenge ispe. Par mai iss waqt yaha iske regarding ek recent experience share karna chaahunga. Janmotsav 2k12 me mai jab stall par khada comics nihaar raha tha, tab achaanak mere bagal me Alok ji Anupam sir ke saath aa khade hue aur wo unhe iss series ki ek poster-page dikhaane lage. Mujhe bhi utsuktaa hui aur mai bhi usko dekhne laga, to pata laga ki Doga ki forthcoming series kaa ek page hai jisme Manu ji kaa artwork hai aur aaj uski preview book waha launch hogi. Uss waqt mai thoda disappoint hua kyuki mujhe usme Manu ji ke art waali strong feel aayi hi nahi. To agle din jab mai Sanjay sir se milne RC studio gaya to waha unse iss baare me zikr kiya. Unhone mujhe apni PC me saved iss series ke kuchh pencilled pages dikhaaye jinhe dekhke mai dang reh gaya. Ekdum sheer Manu ji kaa class, bilkul outstanding. Tab mujhe realize hua ki jo


maine dekha tha usme gadbadi coloring ke kaaran lagi thi, plus page ko expand karne kaa bhi side-effect laga mujhe. Haalaanki mujhe uske colorist kaa to xactly pata nahi laga, par ye samajh aaya ki Preview Book pe kaam jaldbaazi me kiya hua tha lekin main comic me sab kuchh awwal darze kaa hoga. Well, mujhe bhi isse yahi aasha hai & i hope ye hum sabko katai disappoint nahi karegi.

Contest Buzz

Interesting Contest by Campfire Graphic Novels (Closed), renowned artists-creatives-fans posted few hilarious photos.


Get Published-(If)They Like It (Fenil Comics)

NTAS Contest (Last Date - 3 January 2013)


Coloring Contest by Fiction Comics


Poll-Award: Best-Consistent Online Promotion (AdsTeasers) by an Indian Comic Publication

Total 19 Indian Comic Publications listed & reviewed in the poll & discussion. We have a clear winner - Holy Cow Entertainment, Congratulations!!! HCE Team. Followed by Campfire Graphic Novels (20 votes). With 12 votes upcoming publication Rovolt Entertainment wins a close battle for Bronze Medal against [Vimanika Comics (10), Fenil Comics (9), Fiction Comics (8) respectively]. Amar Chitra Katha’s goodwill continues as it sits handsomely at seventh place with 4 votes. Old School web-series keeps hopes alive for Level 10 (3), Yali Dream CreationsLiquid Comics-Diamond Comics are joint fly weight champions with 1 vote each (9). Sadly, Tinkle and Himalayan Comics finish last with 0 votes. Some other revived, new publications not in the list are Yomics, Pop Culture Publishing, Arkin Comics, Chariot Comics World Comics India & Comix India. *Independent Webcomic series not included. :)


**Volume wise & base wise RC is best for many fans, for better view RC is not included in the poll.

Poll Conducted – Indian Comics Fan Junction, Indian Comics Universe Fan Club (Total about 2000 members, so, 110 even with few double votes is a good sample size). 1. Holy Cow Entertainment – 41 2. Campfire Graphic Novels – 20 3. Rovolt – 12 4. Vimanika Comics – 10 5. Fenil Comics – 9 6. Fiction Comics – 8 7. Amar Chitra Katha – 4 8. Level 10 - 3 9. Diamond Comics – 1 9. Yali Dream Creations – 1 9. Liquid Comics – 1 12. Tinkle 12. Himalayan 12. Chariot Comics 12. Pop Culture Publishing 12. Yomics 12. Arkin Comics 12. Comix.India 12. World Comics India Certificates for top 5 publications (a little token of our love) coming soon. We ♥ Comics!! Cheers! :) - Mohit Sharma Trendster.


Interview with Kshitish Padhy (Author)

*Interview, earlier this year. Ques. Firstly, congratulations on the completion of your Novel “Law of Averages”. Tell us more about LOA?


Answer: Thank you! Mohit. Law of Averages is my debut novel. It is a light comedy story following the exploits of a struggling scriptwriter Rithwik. Rithwik did not have luck on his side and all his lucky breaks proved to be false hopes. Things take an exciting turn when he meets an attractive woman while travelling in a crowded bus from Meerut. The initial part of the story is set against the backdrop of Raj Comics and working of comics industry in general showing the struggle of Rithwik while the later half focuses more on Rithwik’s love story and the exciting misadventures that follow. P.S. The protagonists are comic fans who work as a scriptwriter and an illustrator who work at Raj Comics. The backdrop has a lot of incidents related to comics industry. Ques. Born and bought up? Answer: I was born in Aska, a small town in Orissa in 1980. My parents were natives of Orissa but my father worked in a company in Ranchi so I spent my entire childhood in Ranchi with sporadic visits to Orissa. Ques. Childhood memories? I was a pampered kid and I had an active life beyond academics. I used to play cricket, football and badminton matches a lot but the summer vacations were reserved for storybooks and comics. We used to share comics since pocket money was scarce. I was a voracious reader and I would hide comic books and novels in my textbooks like most fans. I was good at creating stories but was too lazy to write them. Now that I am a writer, let’s say that there is some poetic justice in nature. Ques. How many publications have you worked for? RC, Campfire, Vimanika, Arkin. Ques. All comic publications? Haan. Ques. Kitna time ho gaya aapko industry mey? 7 Years Ques. Difference between a comic and a Novel from a writer’s perspective? While writing a novel you need to describe the location, setting and emotions better since you don’t have the benefit of visuals as compared to writing comics. While writing novels, you have to be more careful with your punctuation and grammar. On the brighter side you get more leverage in narration and there is no restriction of page count while writing novels. Ques. You worked with few active comic and graphic novel publications. Your experience… especially in Raj Comics, Campfire and Vimanika Comics? Raj Comics – Raj Comics was my training ground where I learnt my first lessons of my craft. I began as a translator and graduated into writing scripts. The two people who were instrumental in making me a


better writer were Sanjay Sir and Lalit Sharma. Sanjay Sir taught me a lot about connecting with the audience and writing scripts for different genres. Lalit was the first critic of my work and he literally ripped apart my first script. He asked me to understand the science of scriptwriting and provided me with lot of learning material. At Raj Comics everyone is like a large extended family. My coworkers were fun to work with and the fan following is mind blowing. The single most impressionable memory of Raj Comics is when a fan touched my feet out respect. It is something I will cherish for the rest of my life. Campfire: Campfire is a very professional organization, which is trying to cater to an international audience. The editor in Chief Andy Dodd was very supportive and I got an excellent mentor in Divya the editor for my first project. She helped me to overcome my flaws in writing especially grammar and sentence construction. Though I learnt to work on titles other than superheroes and comedy, my stint at campfire was a failure. The learning curve was too steep and due to their excessive focus on classic titles I found the place like a regular book-publishing house where writers have less or no creative liberty. Unlike Raj Comics there was no teamwork and collective responsibility while planning a project. Their editor hardly read comics and I was a total misfit for the organization. I would suggest fans cum writers of Super heroes to stay away from Campfire. Vimanika: Vimanika is run by a man possessed with a vision. Karan is passionate about comics and that was the one reason that I chose to work with him. I researched a lot on Indian mythology for more than six months before I could get a break at Vimanika. All the titles are immaculately researched and there is an additional cushion of a researcher helping with the script. Shail Gulati ji has been a good mentor while writing scripts for my first graphic novel on Shiva. Karan is involved in all processes of making of every title and is juggling several hats and running the show superbly. He has been very supportive and gives me lot of creative liberty in presenting the script.


Ques. You chose a writing career over your academic degrees? Please share some interesting incidences, your struggle story? Being a pure scriptwriter for comics and graphic novels is tough and we are almost an extinct breed. Since the sales of comics and graphic novels have gone down the payout is not the real reason you would like to be in this industry. So I had my own share of struggles. Most of my dates with my wife were restricted to one cup of shared coffee at CP near palika bazar. She always got her birthday and valentine gifts belatedly. My in laws were not sure about my career and I was under severe pressure to prove myself to win their approval. My wife slogged for 14 hours a day at National School of Drama to support the family while I was writing Law of Averages and I hope I do justice to her sacrifice. My parents did not approve of my vocation as they wanted me to have a secure career but they did not stop me. They have been patient and are still waiting for their son to prove his mettle. Despite the struggle I will not swap it for a swanky job at an MNC office. I have met some wonderful people who have helped me all along. I made some friends and I am trying to mentor as many young talents as I can. I will leave a legacy behind for the future generations with the books I write. Ques. Your hobbies? Reading Comics and Novels, Watching movies and sitcoms. Ques. Future plans and projects?


For Vimanika comics I am working on two Graphic Novels – Shiva volume 2 and Dashavtaar volume 2. I am also working on a graphic novel on Hound of Baskerville (Sherlock Holmes), which is an independent project. I plan to write at least three more young adult fiction this year. All of them will have soft romantic stories. Down the line I will like to write a fantasy series and young detective stories. Ques. How you conceived the idea of LOA? In those days (2008) we used to work hard and late and then crash at RC. Our gang consisted of Sushant (artist), Wishumady (RC Guest Editor-Writer), Anurag (writer) and Shadab (artist & colorist). Everybody knew that I was contemplating to write an English novel. We were crashing in the room where Anupam ji churned his tales for decades when Sushant suggested that I should give him a prominent role in the story. Anurag said he also wanted to be in the story. Their comments triggered the formation of a story. When i narrated few incidents of misadventure Anurag backed out saying that "आपके नोवेल में हीरो की बहुत दर् ु तग त होर्ी." I then chose a scriptwriter and an illustrator as my protagonists working at RC. I developed the story in such a fashion that it gave glimpses of facets of people synonymous with Comic Industry. This book went through at-least six drafts before it was ready for print. Ques. Favorite Comic Characters, Comics? Hindi – Super Commando Dhruva, Nagraj, Bhokal, Bankelal, Ram Rahim and Krookbond. English – Batman, Daredevil, Tintin, Modesty Blaise and Amar chitra katha My most favourite comics/graphic novels are Shiva, Grandmaster Robo and Hush. Ques. Delhi vs. Orissa (Odisha..he he)/Jharkhand? Delhi. I have adjusted to the life here. I have not forgotten my roots but still I cant imagine going back. Ques. Favorite writers, Novels? Any influence of them on your writing style? J.K Rowling (I share my birthday with her), Arthur Conan Doyle and Enid Blyton. Favourite novels – Harry Potter Series, Hound of Baskerville and Famous Five series. Ques. People who inspire you? My Father, Bill Gates, J.K. Rowling. Ques. Which genre(s) suits you the most? I have worked on various genres and have read extensively on various genres. I am equally comfortable in all of them. However I am not comfortable with Horror genre. But if I have to choose then I am most suited to young adult and children fiction along with mythology and fantasy genre. Ques. Active on any comic community, group? I am quite busy, but I am subscribed to and enjoy the interesting updates from pages, groups,


communities full of die hard comic fans. Apart from working for RC I was also one of the Moderators on RC Forums (2006-2007). I miss those days and wonderful people like Arun ji, Trendster (Mohit), Wishumady (Mandaar), Vivek, Pradeep, Soumya, Sagar..... Ques. Tips to aspiring writers? For me there are two sets of writers. The first set writes about their perspectives and their ideals and the themes, which are excessively close to the heart. The second set writes to attain their audience. Since I belong to the later class I have tips only for the aspiring writers who want to be in the second set. 1. Do a SWOT analysis of your writing 2. Research the market well before you start on a project 3. Study your publisher and the books they publish before you pitch your work 4. Proof read your work and minimize errors in the script 5. Be prepared for a lot of rewrites and lot of rejection mails 6. Don’t get carried away by initial success. Stay grounded and work hard. Ques. Flaws in Indian publishing and media? Your suggestions? India is a tough market to crack. The market is severely divided into Hindi belt, English belt and regional languages belt. The distribution gets challenging and can be the bottleneck as it is almost an unorganized segment. Most of the lead distributors have a monopoly and they are notorious for delayed payment. Alternative platforms like Flipkart, etc and other online portals can be game changers in days to come. The Indian comics industry suffered for a long time due to the apathy of Indian media. The media still goes gaga over a graphic novel, which is a mere subset of Comics while it dismisses comics as pictures for kids. More awareness and Comic conventions can entice the media to support this industry.


Ques. Why should we buy Law of Averages? It is a good and entertaining read. It is a simple sweet love story with some unconventional twists and a refreshing approach. The narration is witty and has some catchy one-liners. From the perspective of Comic fans, the story is set against the backdrop of Raj Comics so you do get to know bits and pieces of the working style at Raj Comics. It also has Mr. Anupam Sinha and Lalit Sharma in cameo roles while Mr. Sanjay Gupta is playing a pivotal role in the novel. Rest the audience is the king. If they like the book, then there is no need to hard sell the book. A good story with surprises and a happy ending can be the ideal way to spend a lazy afternoon. Ques. Spoiler..LOA ki "happy ending" hai..Bhai! he he...So, Is translation a boring job? Tell us more about your ‘translation’ days. Nope, fun and challenging. You have to adapt to writer's style and approach in that work? dhruva and doga have contrasting styles, unke styles ke hisab se hi likhna padta hai. dialogue length ka bhi khas khayal rakhna padta hai. Ques. Your comment on Indian Movies, TV Industry? Any plans of joining projects related to other mediums of Indian Entertainment Industry? It is too star driven. That doesn't leave scopes for developing projects like Dhruva and Nagraj for theatrical release. TV industry is full of soaps and reality television. Neat and clean entertainment is disappearing slowly and there are hardly programs channeled for teens. Not channeled – Targeted, Why not, If it is a good project, i would like to work in other mediums. A movie on my story..... )


Ques. What about offbeat and more flexible modes like documentaries, parallel cinema? No! i am not looking forward to documentaries and offbeat cinema. Ques. What's the difference in a 'single' creative and a 'married' one? As a single creative i had more time at my hand and i could hang out with other creatives at odd hours. Plus we could keep discussing and working on projects without bothering about commercial viability. As a married creative, I have to be selective of my projects and ensure that i meet my deadlines. Plus juggling household chores and spending time with your partner when they demand your time becomes a priority. basically you are answerable to someone you consider special. - Mohit Sharma (Trendy Baba)


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