Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Shriya giving award to Trisha

Shriya giving award to Trisha
Vijay Awards

Vijay Awards, 29-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 29, 2011

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Vijay Awards, 28-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 28, 2011

Monday, June 27, 2011

Rajinikanth's fans happy with 'Best Villain Award'

Superstar Rajinikanth who gave us the entertaining Endhiran last year, ha been nominated and won many awards for the movie.

But the unexpected was despite he being nominated for Best Actor category, Rajinikanth who started off his career as a villain and then became a superstar has received the Vijay Awards 2011 for 'Best Villain' category for his film Endhiran (Robot).

From the moment the result was announced on Saturday, there has been a lot of response from Rajini's fans who are ecstatic about Rajini having won the award under this category for his villain role in Endhiran!

The role as the bad Chiti (Robot) and his villainic laugh has fetched him the award, which will be cherished his fans. After all which Rajini fan can forget the Parattai.

Vijay Awards, 27-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 27, 2011

Vijay awards stills

Vijay awards stills

Dhanush received for Rajini

 The 5th Annual Vijay Awards witnessed coming together of the most eminent personalities of Tamil film industry. What surprised the most were the unexpected arrivals like Sun Pictures Hans raj Saxena and many more celebrities, who took a break from shooting and made their way to Nehru Indoor Stadium. Vijay Awards have come a long way since the first ceremony that took off grandiosely before 5 years. The highlight of this event was the jury members recognizing the need to honor special achievements that don’t usually fit into the fixed categories like ‘Best find of the Year 2010’. Winners of National awards were also honored during this occasion.

‘I am really thankful to the people, who have accepted me as an actor and I also feel it’s the greatest honor than any other awards’ said Dhanush. Filmmaker Vetri Maaran, editor Kishore, actor Jayabalan, poet Vairamuthu, Saranya Ponvannan, Thambi Ramaiah and choreographer Dinesh were felicitated.

Vikram won the ‘Best Actor Award’ for his splendid performance in Raavanan while Anjali walked up to dais to get the ‘Best Actress Award’ for Angaadi Theru. Double cheers for Superstar Rajnikanth fans as he won a couple of awards – Best Villain and Favorite Hero for Endhiran. Dhanush received the award on behalf of his father-in-law and read out a note from the Superstar thanking everyone for their prayers and love.

Angaadi Theru brought in two more honors: Best Director (Vasantha Balan) and Best Film. Prabhu Solomon was rewarded for his brilliant story and screenplay for Mynaa. National award winners Thambi Ramaiah and Saranya Ponvannan won ‘Best Supporting Male and Female Actor awards’ (Mynaa and Thenmerku Paruva Kaatru).

Santhanam emblazoned the entire auditorium with fun making witty comments on Udhayanidhi Stalin, director Rajesh, VTV Ganesh and compeer Shiva Karthikeyan of Vijay TV fame for nearly15 minutes. ‘KJ Yesudas is the only competitor for our Ganesh’ humorously added Santhanam, who requested Ganesh to bless him with a song.

It was a musical triumph for Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya as A.R. Rahman won ‘Best Music Director’, Vijay Prakash – (Best Playback Singer Male) for ‘Hosanna’ and Shreya Ghosal (Best Playback Singer Female) for ‘Mannipaaya’.

‘Best Find of the Year 2011’ was awarded to Remo D’ Souza (Choreography) and Madhan Karky (Lyrics). Raghava Lawrence was considered for a special category ‘Social Responsibility Award’ for his generous contribution towards the wellbeing of poor and underprivileged section of society. Veteran Filmmaker K. Balachandar was awarded the most prestigious ‘Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan Award’ and Choreographer Sundaram master was felicitated with ‘Contribution to Tamil Cinema’ award. His protégés Shoby, Dinesh and others paid tribute to their master shaking their legs for some of his evergreen chartbusters with same choreography.

Vairamuthu was honored with ‘Best Lyricist Award’ for Thenmerku Paruvakaatru. While receiving the awards, he didn’t miss to speak about the bleak scenario of present trend of songs. ‘Earlier, songs were meant to relish the essence of lyrics, but today it is used more for dance and beats.’

Best Choreographer award was given to Dinesh for ‘Jilla Vittu’ song in Eesan and he entertained the spectators performing few steps for the song. Suriya was given ‘Best Entertainer of the year Award’ for his commercial hit movie Singam. Best crew of the Year 2010 was given to Mynaa Team while Viddarth and Amala Paul won ‘Best New Face Male and Female Awards’ for the same film.

A.R. Murugadoss called upon versatile cinematographer Santhosh Sivan to announce the winner of ‘Best Cinematography 2010 award’ that was given to Rathinavel for Enthiran. Selva Kumar (Best Art Director Award for Madharasapattinam), Anal Arasu (Best Stunt Director for Naan Mahaan Alla), Kasi Viswanathan (Best Editing for Naan Mahaan Alla) were the other winners.

Trisha won ‘Favorite Heroine Award’ for Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya while Favorite Film of the Year was given to Endhiran (Sun Pictures) and Shankar was chosen for Favorite Director Award (Endhiran).

Mumbai based dance group ‘Mumbai Experts’ gave an electrifying performance for the remix versions of ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’, ‘Boom Boom Robot’, ‘Irumbile Oru Idhayam’, ‘Nangai’ and few more tracks. Shriya Charan, Bharath and Amala Paul sizzled with their rocking dance performance for some of the chartbusters of 2010.

Famous anchors Gopinath and Shiva Karthikeyan entertained the spectators with their humorous compeering.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Winners list... again

    Best Actor – Vikram (Ravanan)
    Best Actress – Anjali (Angadi Theru)
    Best Villain – Rajinikanth (Endhiran)
    Best Comedian – Santhanam (Boss Engira Baskaran)
    Best Director – Vasantha Balan (Angadi Theru)
    Best Story, Screenplay – Prabhu Solomon (Myna)
    Best Music Director -AR Rahman (Vinnai Thandi Varuvaya)
    Best Singer (male) – Vijay Prakash (Hosanna – Vinnai Thandi Varuvaya)
    Best Singer (female) – Shreya Ghosal (Mannipaya – Vinnai Thandi Varuvaya)
    Best Lyricist – Vairamuthu (Thenmerku Paruvakatru)
    Best Supporting Actor – Thambi Ramaiah (Myna)
    Best Supporting Actress – Saranya (Thenmerku Paruvakatru)
    Best Cinematography – Rathnavelu (Endhiran)
    Best Choreography – Dinesh (Jilla vitu – Easan)
    Best Team – Mynaa
    Best Film – Angadi Theru (Aiyangaran)

    Best Newcomer (male) – Vidarth (Myna)
    Best Newcomer (female) – Amala Paul (Myna)
    Best Find of the year – Karky (Endhiran)
    Best Entertainer – Surya (Singam)

    Sivaji Ganesan Award – K Balachandar
    Lifetime Achievement award – Sundaram (Dance master)
    Social Responsibility award – Lawrence

    Favorite Hero – Rajinikanth (Endhiran)
    Favorite Heroine – Trisha (Vinnai Thandi Varuvaya)
    Favorite Director – Shankar (Endhiran)
    Favorite Song – En Kadhal Solla (Paiyaa, Yuvan Shankar Raja)
    Favorite Film – Endhiran (Sun Pictures)

Legends steal the show at Close Up Vijay Awards

Legends steal the show at Close Up Vijay Awards

It was an evening to honour icons of Tamil cinema and celebrate their contribution to filmdom. The fifth annual edition of Close Up Vijay Awards presented by Vijay TV turned out to be a memorable event for many, both the recipients and the presenters of the awards.

The star-studded ceremony here on Saturday saw an excited audience giving several rounds of standing ovation to legends of the Tamil film industry. The celebrations kicked off by honouring the nine recipients of the National Film Award from the State. Many among them such as actors Saranya Ponvannan and Thambi Ramaiah, lyricist Vairamuthu and choreographer Dinesh were presented with Vijay awards for best supporting actor (female and male), best lyricist and best choreographer.

It was a moment to be cherished when veteran director K.Balachander was presented with Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan award for his contribution to the film industry. Mr.Balachander said “I am yet to receive the Dadasaheb Phalke award. It has only been announced. I regard this as an honour equal to that.”

Asked about actor Rajinikanth's health, he said: “He called me when he was discharged from hospital in Singapore. Rajini asked me to convey that he is well.”

The special award to veteran choreographer Sundaram for the category ‘Contribution to Tamil Cinema' turned out to be picture perfect moments as his three sons who are choreographers and others trained by Mr.Sundaram joined him.

Recalling that he was introduced to the field by Mr.Balachander, Mr.Sundaram said he has worked with many luminaries, including N.T.Rama Rao, M.G.Ramachandran and Jayalalithaa.

Many films bagged more than one award.

The winners for 32 categories were chosen from 149 films released in 2010. The film crew of ‘Angadi Theru' bagged three awards: Vasantha Balan (best director), Anjali (best actor-female) and best film.

Mr. Rajinikanth was adjudged the best villain (for Enthiran). Actor Dhanush, who received the award, read out a letter from the actor, which said: “When K.Balachander sir introduced me, he saw me best suited for villain character. I would also like to act as Ravanan rather than Raman.”

Actor Vikram was chosen as best actor for his performance in ‘Ravanan.' A.R.Rahman was adjudged best music director for ‘Vinnai Thandi Varuvaya.' His mother received the award.

Actor Suriya was presented the best entertainer award for ‘Singam' and the jury special award was given to director Seenu Ramasamy for ‘Thenmerku Paruvakatru'. ‘Myna' bagged the best crew of the year award.

Viewers' awards

Favourite category awards chosen by Vijay TV viewers were presented under four categories. Actors Rajinikanth and Trisha won the favourite hero and heroine awards.

‘Enthiran' was chosen as favourite film and favourite director award went to Mr.Shankar.

The spectacular ceremony was interspersed with scintillating dance and music performances, including those of actor Amala Paul.

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Vijay awards winner list

Best Music Director - AR RAHMAN For VTV
Best Villain Award  - SUPERSTAR RAJINIKANTH For Endhiran
Best Playback Singer Female - Shreya Ghosal For Mannipaaya In VTV
Best Playback Singer Male- Vijay Prakash For Hosanna In VTV
Best Lyric Writer - Vairamuthu For Thenmerku Paruvakaatru
Best Choreographer 2010 - Dinesh For JillaVittu In Eesan
Best Editor - Kasi Viswanathan For Naan Maahan Alla
Best Art Director - Selvakumar For Madhrasapattinam
Best Stunt Director - Anal Arasu For Naan Mahan Alla
Best Costume Designer 2010 - Deepali Noor For Madharasapattinam
Best Find Of The Season - Choreographer - Remo Fernandez For Enthiran
Best Find Of The Season - Lyric writer - Madhankarky For Enthiran
Best Supporting Actor  Male- Thambi Ramaiah For Mynaa
Best Supporting Actor  Female- Saranya Ponvannan For Thenmeruku Parava Kattru
Best Newcomer Male - Vidharth For Mynaa
Best Newcomer Female - Amala Paul For Mynaa
Best Comedian - Santhanam (NANBEN DA) For Boss Engira Baskaran
Best Cinematographer - Rathnavelu For Endhiran
Best Story, Screenplay, Writer - Prabhu Soloman For Mynaa
Best Director Award - Vasantha Balan For Angadi Theru
Best Film - Angadi Theru
Best Actor Female - Anjali For Angadi Theru
Best Actor Male - Vikram For Raavanan

Favourite Heroine - Trisha For VTV
Favourite Director - Shankar
Favourite Song - En Kadhal Solla From Paiyaa
Favourite Crew - Mynaa Team

Entertainer Of the year -Suriya

Chevalier Sivaji Award - K Balachandar
Contribution To Tamil Cinema Award - Sundaram Master.
Social Responsiblity Award - Raghava Lawrence

More updates coming soon..

Shriya to perform tonight at Vijay Awards

Shriya Saran, might not be busy with films, but she sure is busy performing for events. Lately after her dance performance with the Bollywood Badshah Shahrukh Khan at the IPL inaugurations, she has been getting a lot more to perform.

Shriya Saran also performed at the final match of CCL (Celebrity Cricket League) in Hyderabad. Now we hear that Shriya is also set to perform today at the Vijay Awards ceremony.

Shriya Saran tweets saying, “I'm performing for Vijay tv awards 2nte. Make sure you watch it.”

Friday, June 24, 2011

Vijay Awards, 24-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 24, 2011

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Star Vijay TV alleged for infringing ‘Oscar’

Star Vijay TV alleged for infringing ‘Oscar’

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have approached the Delhi High court with the charge of infringement of their trademark in Oscar against Star Vijay TV. Allegedly, Star Vijay TV has awarded an ‘Oscar’s’ look alike trophy during their awards ceremony.

Justice G P Mittal of Delhi High Court has referred the matter for mediation and directed the parties to be present with the prototype of the trophy during the next hearing on July 13, 2011, if the parties fail to resolve the issue by then.

It is stated in the petition that “Vijay TV and Star TV are using the trophy for entertainment services, which is of the same nature as that of the petitioner”. It is further submitted that “impugned statuette is holding a shield at its chest, as opposed to the statuette of the plaintiff which is holding a sword at its chest. It is pertinent to note here that a sword and shield are complimentary to each other.” Further, the Academy has sought for stay on the award ceremony or make necessary changes before the award ceremony. However the court has declined to grant any interim relief to the Academy. Further Academy has prayed for the damages to the tune of Rs. 20 lakhs.

As the trophy was not produced in the court, hon’ble Judge has observed that, “It is going to have global ramification, you must produce the trophy to the court otherwise it would be difficult for me to issue any order.” The counsel for petitioner have opposed the contention of respondents to  bring the trophy in court stating that “the statuette is of pure solid gold and it was not possible to bring it to India for legal battle.”

Vijay Awards, 23-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 23, 2011

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Vijay Awards, 22-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 22, 2011

Vijay Awards on 25th June 2011

Vijay Awards on 25th June 2011

Vijay Awards, Vijay TV’s biggest attraction is back again this year! The annual film awards show for Tamil Cinema conducted in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010 by Vijay TV was a phenomenal success and witnessed an array of celebrities, film technicians and movie buffs. The event received an overwhelming response as it was the common man who voted for his favorite film categories besides the Special Jury.

Vijay TV is proud to be back with the fifth consecutive edition of ‘Close Up Vijay Awards powered by Kohinoor Idu Asal Basmati’ this time even grandeur than its last four years; an event to recognize the excellence of professionals in the Tamil film industry, for movies released in the year 2010.

On account of this Award giving ceremony a special Bus ‘Vijay Rasigan Express’ had travelled all across Tamilnadu.  This customized Bus had all the award winners’ photographs over the last four years. The Bus also had a special Interior designed to commemorate the 5th Edition of Vijay Awards.  The highlight of the bus was to enable the public to file their nominees in the following five Favorite categories viz. Favorite Actors (Male and Female), Favorite Film, Favorite Director and Favorite Song.

Similarly a special show with the Jury members for the Fifth Annual Vijay Awards comprised of the Popular Writer/Director/Producer Yugi Sethu, Actors Radhika Sarathkumar, Karthik, Director A. R. Murugadoss and Cinematographer Ravi. K. Chandran has been airing on Vijay TV at 2030 hrs during the week days.

The long awaited ‘Close Up Vijay Awards powered by Kohinoor Idu Asal Basmati’ will be held on 25 June 2011, at Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium at 6 pm.  The countdown begins to the biggest star-studded awards ceremony to honor the Tamil film industry.

Vijay awards Nominee list

The 5th edition of Vijay TV’s Vijay Awards will be held on 25th of June 2011 at the Nehru indoor stadium, Chennai.

Vijay Awards is one of the prestigious awards in Kollywood which honours the people for the excellence in the field of cinema. The award ceremony has outshined to a star-studded musical extravaganza in a grand manner with new sets, ideas and award categories. The much awaited day is just a couple days ahead and Stars, Celebrities and the Best Talents of Kollywood will walk the red carpet at one of the most honored film awards. Vijay Awards has been well received by the audience and stars since the key award categories are selected by people themselves.

Vijay Rasigan Express bus has toured across the main parts of Tamil Nadu for collecting votes for categories like favorite movie, actor, actress, director, song etc from the fans. The rest of the award categories will be selected by the members of jury panel.

Favorite Hero Nominees for Vijay Awards 2011:

Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Ajith, Surya, Vikram, Vijay, Simbu, Karthi, Dhanush, Arya

Favorite Heroine Nominees for Vijay Awards 2011:

Aishwarya Rai, Anushka, Genelia, Nayanthara, Tamannah, Trisha, Amala Paul and Anjali

Favorite movie Nominees for Vijay Awards 2011:

Angadi Theru, Boss Engira Baskaran, Endhiran, Kalavani, Madraspattinam, Mynaa, Naan Mahan Alla, Paiyaa, Raavanan, Singam, Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya

Favorite song Nominees for Vijay Awards 2011:

Arima Arima (Endhiran), En Kadhal Solla (Paiyaa), Hosanna (VTV), Iragai Polae (Naan Mahan Alla), Kadhal Vandhale (Singam), Kilimanjaro (Endhiran), Omana Penne (VTV), Thuli Thuli (Paiyaa), Un Mela Aasadhaan (Aayirathil Oruvan)

The countdown begins to the biggest star-studded awards ceremony to honor the Tamil fraternity.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Vijay Awards, 21-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 21, 2011

Monday, June 20, 2011

Vijay Awards, 20-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 20, 2011

Friday, June 17, 2011

Vijay awards in trouble

The Delhi High Court Friday allowed Vijay Television Private Limited to carry on its Vijay Awards 2011 ceremony, but asked the photocopy of the trophy image be presented before it to see how closely it resembles the Oscar trophy.

Justice G.P. Mittal was hearing a petition filed by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), which organises awards functions, including the world renowned Oscar awards ceremony in Hollywood.

The AMPAS alleged that the trophy presented at the Vijay awards for the Tamil film indistry organised by Vijay TV and Star India is substantially and deceptively similar to the Oscar trophy.

"The impugned statuette of Vijay TV violates the plaintiff's intellectual property right in the Oscar statuette," said the AMPAS.

The AMPAS submitted that it requested changes in the Vijay TV award trophy. The channel made two changes but declined a third change.

The court said: "It is going to have international ramification. The statuette must be produced before the court. I cannot pass the order without even seeing the statuette of both the parties."

However, the court did not ask Vijay TV not to hold the award ceremony. It has directed all the parties to appear before the mediation centre of the Delhi High Court July 4.

"Make settlement before the mediation centre about the changes to made in any of the trophies," said the court, adding that if that is not settled, then the matter will be heard July 13.

"On July 13, both the parties must produce the photocopy of the statuette that is being given during the award ceremony," said Justice Mittal.

The Vijay TV trophy shows a man holding a shield to the chest while the Oscar trophy has a sword held to the chest.

The AMPAS also submitted before the court that Vijay TV's sister concern, Star Movies, has the broadcast licence of the Oscar programme thereby increasing the possible confusion in the minds of the viewers.

The AMPAS has sought a damage of Rs.20 lakh be passed against Vijay TV and Star India.

Vijay Awards, 17-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 17, 2011

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Vijay Awards, 16-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 16, 2011

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Vijay Awards, 15-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 15, 2011

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Vijay Awards, 14-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 14, 2011

Monday, June 13, 2011

Vijay Awards, 13-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 13, 2011

Friday, June 10, 2011

Vijay Awards, 10-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 10, 2011

Vijay Awards, 09-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 09, 2011

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Vijay Awards, 08-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 08, 2011

Vijay Awards, 07-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 07, 2011

Vijay Awards, 06-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 06, 2011

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Rasigan Express Bus first view

Rasigan Express Bus first view

Friday, June 3, 2011

'Rasigan Express' bus flagged off

The ‘Rasigan Express' bus, which would tour the State in connection with the fifth edition of the ‘Close Up Vijay Awards', was flagged off at the AVM studios here on Friday.

Tamil Film Producers' Council president S.A. Chandrasekar, film producer AVM Saravanan, director A.R. Murugadoss and actor Lissy Priyadarshan were present at the event. Speakers commended Vijay TV for its original ideas and creative attempts in the television space.

Film buffs would be given a ballot paper in which they could indicate who they deem fit for the award in five categories — favourite actor, favourite actress, favourite film, favourite director and favourite song.

The bus will travel across the State.

For the nearly 30 other categories of the awards, a jury comprising actors Yugi Sethu, Radikaa Sarathkumar, Karthik, director A. R. Murugadoss and cinematographer Ravi. K. Chandran will select the recipients.

K.Sriram, general manager, Vijay TV, said the annual Vijay Awards event had gained popularity over the last few years. Speaking on other initiatives of the television channel, he said it was bringing back shows in the comedy genre, in which the channel is considered a pioneer.

“We are also bringing back Jodi No. 1 with a new concept. ‘Ungalil Yaar Adutha Prabhu Deva' will follow soon after. In the fiction genre, we are looking at a story that revolves around college life, the excitement, relationships and politics there,” he said.

With its reach to the U.K., Australia and New Zealand in the testing phase, the channel is all set to expand , Mr.Sriram said.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Vijay Awards, 02-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 02, 2011


Vijay Awards, 01-06-2011

Vijay Awards
June 01, 2011

Vijay Awards, 31-05-2011

Vijay Awards
May 31, 2011

Vijay Awards, 30-05-2011

Vijay Awards
May 30, 2011

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Fifth Annual Vijay Awards

'Close Up Vijay Awards powered by Kohinoor The True Basmati', Vijay TV's biggest attraction is back again this year! The annual film awards show for Tamil Cinema conducted in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010 by Vijay TV was a phenomenal success and witnessed an array of celebrities, film technicians and movie buffs. The event received an overwhelming response as it was the common man who voted for his favorite film categories besides the Special Jury.

Vijay TV is proud to be back with the fifth consecutive edition of 'Close Up Vijay Awards powered by Kohinoor The True Basmati' this time even grand than its last four years; an event to recognize the excellence of professionals in the Tamil film industry, for movies released in the year 2010.

The flag off of the Rasigan Express – an innovative publicity bus created for the Vijay Awards to be held at Chennai on Wednesday, 03 June 2011 at AVM Studios.

Eminent personalities S.A. Chandrasekar, President – Tamil Film Producers' Council, AVM Saravanan – Producer and R. Sarathkumar – President South Indian Film Artists' Association are to inaugurate the flag off ceremony from the AVM Studios.

The Vijay Awards Rasigan Express Bus that travels all around Tamilnadu would be a platform for the public to file their nominees in the five Favorite categories. The highlight of the Vijay Awards Rasigan Express is the customized Bus that would bear all the award winners photographs over the last four years. The Bus would also have a Sepcial Interior designed to commemorate the 5th Edition of Vijay Awards .

The Jury members for the Fifth Annual Vijay Awards comprises of the Popular Writer/Director/Producer Yugi Sethu, Actors Radhika Sarathkumar, Karthik, Director A. R. Murugadoss and Cinematographer Ravi. K. Chandran.

The initial episodes of 'Close Up Vijay Awards powered by Kohinoor The True Basmati' has begun to air from 30 May 2011, Monday to Friday at 2030 hrs on Vijay TV. Keep yourself updated on the journey of the Vijay Awards Rasigan Express, as the countdown begins to the biggest star-studded awards ceremony to honor the Tamil film industry.
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