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Sasural Simar Ka
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Genre Drama
Created by Rashmi Sharma
Directed by Pawan Kumar Marut
Starring Dipika Kakar
Avika Gor
Shoaib Ibrahim
Dheeraj Dhoopar
Manish Raisinghan
Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar
Mazher Sayed
Vaishali Takkar
Krissann Barretto
Varun Sharma
Rohan Mehra
Nikki Sharma
Monica Sharma
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 2,063
Producer(s) Rashmi Sharma
Pawan Kumar Marut
Running time approx. 20 minutes
Production company(s) Rashmi Sharma Telefilms Limited
Original network Colors TV
Picture format 576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release 25 April 2011 (2011-04-25) – 2 March 2018 (2018-03-02)[1]
External links

Sasural Simar Ka (English: Simar's In-Laws) is an Indian soap opera that aired Monday to Friday on Colors TV. The show premiered on 25 April 2011, produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms. The show initially starred Dipika Kakar & Avika Gor.[1]

It is sixth longest-running Indian series. The show ended on 2 March 2018 completing 2,063 episodes.[1][2]


The story revolves around the married lives of two sisters from Vrindavan, Simar (Dipika Kakar) and Roli (Avika Gor) who get married to Prem (Shoaib Ibrahim) and Siddhant (Manish Raisinghani) (the sons of the Bharadwaj Family) respectively, and how they become the perfect daughter-in-laws of Bharadwaj household by managing various difficult situations, solving various problems and defeating evil people coming to destroy their family.

Simar dreams of becoming a Hindu dancer but her conservative parents are against her dream, considering dancing as an improper and obscene occupation. Instead, they are planning to get their daughter married to wealthy businessman Prem Bharadwaj. At the day of the wedding, there's a great dancing contest and to allow Simar to participate in it without disturbing their parents, Roli takes Simar's place untill the latter returns. However, Simar is late and thus, dressed up and veiled Roli is forced to marry Prem. This creates problems, as Simar and Prem love each other and Roli is in love with Siddhand. After some time, everybody unites with the person he/she loves and both Simar and Roli are accepted in Bharadwaj House. Later, Roli has a car accident and unintentionally runs over a woman named Sunaina. While looking around the place of the accident for clues, Simar is kidnapped by Sunaina's husband Vikrant and forced to leave her family and look after his daughter Sanjana.

2 years later[edit]

Simar returns to her family to find out Prem (Dheeraj Dhoopar) has remarried another woman called Surabhi. Simar, Roli, Prem and Siddhand also have to cope up with a supernatural creature: Sunaina's spirit who has returned for a revenge, and also with Vikrant, who falls in love with Simar, 's jealousy. Eventually, Sunaina and Surabhi (who tries to kill Simar), are banished. Vikrant tries to murder Prem and is sent to jail. His daughter Sanjana is adopted by Simar and Prem.

The story revolves around Simar, Roli, Prem and Siddhant and how they protect Bharadwaj House from some supernatural creatures who want to destroy them. These supernatural creatures include Sunaina's soul, an ichchhadhari naagin named Maya, daayans named Mohini and Indravati, Patali Devi-Gayatri, ghosts named Maalti, Madhavi and Chhoti Dulhan (Young Bride), Shaitan named Kaal, a Moon Jewel (Princess) named Chandramani and another 2 daayans named Mahamaya and Kamya. During defeating Patali Devi-Gayatri and Kaal, Simar's life gets in danger. In order to protect her elder sister, Roli sacrifices her life and she dies. After Roli's sad demise, Siddhant is remarried to Prerna (Mansi Srivastava), Simar's childhood friend and moves abroad with her. To gain his powers back and return to Earth, Kaal, with the help of some witches casts a spell on Simar and impregnates her with a child possessing evil powers. Simar has no other option but to leave Bharadwaj House with her newborn son Piyush.

16 years later[edit]

After a major time leap, the story shows Simar (Dipika Kakar/Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar) and Piyush (Varun Sharma) returning to Bharadwaj House and reuniting with their family. Simar and Prem's daughter Anjali (Vaishali Takkar), brought up by Bharadvaj's treacherous and crafty daughter-in-law Khushi (Jyotsna Chandola), has grown up to be spoilt and selfish fashionista, who hates her mother, blaming her for abandoning her. Simar and Prem together help their children in their life. Later, they marry Anjali to Vikram Sanjeev Agarwal (Siddharth Shivpuri) and Piyush to Roshni Sumit Kapoor (Nikki Sharma). After Simar helps Anjali managing her marriage, Anjali makes up with her mother. But later, she is divorced due to a series of misunderstandings created by her aunt-in-law and a new woman entering Vikram's life who's also unwillingly involved in the intrigues, and returns to Bharadwaj House. Simar brings Sanjana (Krissann Barretto) to the Bharadwaj House from London, where she was sent years back to pursue higher studies. Sanjana is married to Sameer Dhanraj Kapoor (Rohan Mehra). In this way, Simar and Prem together manage their children's lives. But later Anjali tries to kill the Bharadwajs and so is arrested. The Saga of Mystery Box begins leading to Aaliya killing Roshni by shooting her with a gun and Roshni sadly dies leaving the family in sadness and making Piyush mad. Simar is again completely heartbroken.

The show takes a leap of 6 months in January 2018. 6 months have passed after Roshni's sad demise. The show portrays the story of Simar and Prem (Mazher Sayed) managing the life of their mad son Piyush (who has lost his memories due to the shock of seeing his wife dying 6 months prior), and managing the married life of their adopted daughter, Sanjana. A new girl named Avni (Monica Sharma) enters Piyush's life and helps him in overcoming his sadness. In an accident, Sanjana loses her unborn child, leading to her and the family members' sadness. But after some time Simar comes to know about the evil plans of Sameer's mother Bhairavi (Vandana Vithlani) who turned witch and wants to destroy her family. After many struggles Simar kills Bhairavi and Piyush regains his memory and marries Avni. In the end, the Bharadvajs worship Matarani and celebrate togetherness. Simar also remembers her sister Roli and the family matriarch Nirmala (Jayati Bhatia) says that her Bharadwaj Family is not only a family but a thought and it will always be remembered as The In-Laws of Simar. On this happy note Sasural Simar Ka completes its journey.


Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

  • Krissann Barretto as Sanjana Sameer Kapoor (née Bharadwaj) (2017–2018)[9] – Simar and Prem's adopted daughter and Sameer's Second Wife
  • Rohan Mehra as Sameer Dhanraj Kapoor (2017–2018)[7][10] – Anjali's and Sanjana's husband
  • Shweta Sinha as Pari Shailendra Bharadwaj (2011–2018) Shailendra's wife
  • Vandana Vithlani as Bhairavi Dhanraj Kapoor (2017–2018) Sameer's mother

Former cast[edit]

  • Dipika Kakar as Simar Prem Bharadwaj (Replaced) (2011–17)
  • Avika Gor as Roli Siddhant Bharadwaj (née Dwivedi) (Dead) (2011–16) – Simar's sister and Siddhant's wife
  • Manish Raisinghan as Siddhant Rajendra Bharadwaj (2011–16) – Prem's brother and Roli's husband
  • Vaishali Takkar as Anjali Sameer Kapoor (née Bharadwaj) (2016–17)[Arrested] [11] – Simar and Prem's eldest daughter and Sameer's first wife
  • Ishani Sharma as Aaliya (2017) - Anatoganist (Arrested)
  • Mansi Srivastava as Prerna (2016) – Simar's childhood friend
  • Aadarsh Gautam as Rajendra Doddoji Bharadwaj (2011-2018) – Prem's father
  • Ashu Sharma as Satyendra Rajendra Bharadwaj (2011–2017) – Prem's eldest brother
  • Snehal Sahay as Uma Satyendra Bharadwaj (2011–2017) – Satyendra's wife
  • Sahil Anand / Ssumier Pasricha / Vishal Nayak as Shailendra Rajendra Bharadwaj (2011;2011-15;2015-2017) – Prem's second eldest brother
  • Nimisha Vakharia as Manoranjan Singh / Mausiji (Arrested) (2012–15) – Nirmala's younger sister
  • Nishigandha Wad as Sujata Rajendra Bharadwaj (Dead) (2011–16) – Prem's mother
  • Ashiesh Roy as Suryendra Daddoji Bharadwaj (2011–13) – Nirmala's younger son
  • Janvi Vohra as Karuna Suryendra Bharadwaj (2011–16) – Suryendra's wife
  • Abhishek Sharma / Aryamann Seth as Sankalp Suryendra Bharadwaj (2011–13; 2014–17) – Suryendra and Karuna's son
  • Kanchi Singh as Cherry Suryendra Bharadwaj (2011–12) – Suryendra and Karuna's daughter
  • Pankaj Dheer as Jamnalal Dwivedi (2011–13) – Simar and Roli's father
  • Jaya Ojha as Meena Jamnalal Dwivedi (2011–13; 2014; 2016) – Simar and Roli's mother
  • Himani Shivpuri as Rajjo Dwivedi (2011–13) – Simar and Roli's paternal aunt
  • Rakshit Wahi as Gautam Jamnalal Dwivedi (2011–13; 2014) – Simar and Roli's younger brother
  • Gaurav Khanna as Himself (2011) – Host of dance competition
  • Jyotsna Chandola as Khushi Sankalp Bharadwaj (2012–2017) – Sankalp's wife; Main Antagonist
  • Priyamvada Kant as Anisha (Dead) (2012) – Prem's friend
  • Vishal Aditya Singh as Veeru (Arrested) (2012-13) – Khushi's partner
  • Falaq Naaz as Jhanvi Amar Malhotra (née Bharadwaj) (2013–17) – Prem's sister
  • Swati Chitnis as Shobha (Arrested) (2013) – Shakti's mother
  • Unknown as Shakti (Arrested) (2013) – Shobha's son
  • Sana Amin Sheikh as Naina (2013) – Siddhant's fiance
  • Rohit Khurana as Shaurya Singhania (Dead) (2013) – Jhanvi's first husband
  • Shikha Singh as Meghna Singhania (Arrested) (2013-14) – Shaurya's sister
  • Shalini Sahuta as Sonia Oberoi (2013–14) – Simar's friend
  • Aruna Singhal / Roma Bali as Archala (2013; 2014) – Pari's mother
  • Alan Kapoor as Amar Malhotra (2014–2017) – Prem's friend and Jhanvi's third husband
  • Ritwi Jain / Sneha Chauhan as Anjali Prem Bharadwaj (Replaced) (2014–16) – Simar's daughter
  • Tvisha Jain as Sanjana Prem Bharadwaj (Replaced) (2014–16) – Vikrant and Sunaina's daughter
  • Bobby Darling as Bobby (2014) – Khushi's partner
  • Karuna Verma as Shanti Arora (2014) – Anurag's mother
  • Shivangi Sharma as Bhakti (2014) – Anurag's childhood friend
  • Kanika Shivpuri as Shanti's sister-in-law / Bua Ji (2014) – Anurag's paternal aunt
  • Vipul Roy as Himself (2014) – Host of competition
  • Amita Khopkar as Jwala Devi (Arrested) (2014) – Land Mafia
  • Anshul Trivedi as Baba (Dead) (2014) – Jwala Devi's son
  • Unknown as Birju (Arrested) (2014) – Jwala Devi's assistant
  • Meera Deosthale as Priya (Arrested) (2014) – Vikrant's employee
  • Arun Bakshi as Gandhi (Dead) (2014) – Priest
  • Dolly Chawla as Sejal Gandhi (2014) – Gandhi's daughter
  • Aadesh Chaudhary as Vikrant Mehta (Arrested) (2014) – Sunaina's husband and Sanjana's father
  • Minal Karpe as Savita Mehta / Baa (Arrested) (2014) – Vikrant's mother
  • Pratik Shukla as Karthick Mehta (Dead) (2014) – Vikrant's younger brother
  • Sadhanaa Sharma as Kavya Karthick Mehta (Dead) (2014) – Karthick's wife
  • Neha Lakshmi Iyer as Surabhi Prem Bharadwaj (2014) – Pari's sister and Prem's second wife
  • Pratap Sachdeo as Sarpanch (Dead) (2014) – Dharampur's chief
  • Priyanka Bhole as Leela (Dead) (2014–15) – Sarpanch's daughter
  • Mughda Shah as Daksha Baa (Dead) (2014–15) – Dharampur's resident
  • Khyati Keswani as Vaishnavi (Dead) (2014–15) – Goddess Kali's worshipper
  • Shyam Mashalkar as Calendar (2014–15) – Amar's assistant
  • Anirudh Singh as Dr. Anurag Arora (2014; 2015) – Jhanvi's second husband
  • Jeetendra Trehan as Mr. Jatin Verma (2015) – Maya's employee
  • Unknown as Mrs. Sushma Verma (2015) – Maya's employee
  • Unknown as Brijesh (Dead) (2015) – Rajveer's assistant
  • Siddharth Vasudev as Rai Bahadur Rajveer Singh (Arrested) (2015) – Manoranjan's son
  • Sayantani Ghosh as Rajkumari Rajeshwari (Dead) (2015) – Rajveer's partner
  • Kunika as Thakurain (Dead) (2015) – Mohini's enemy
  • Hemant Chaudhary as Gajendra Singh (Dead) (2015) – Indravati and Padmavati's father
  • Pratichee Mishra as Guru Maa (Dead) (2015) – Priest
  • Abinandan Jindal as Rohan Sumit Kapoor (2016) – Roshni's brother
  • Kajol Srivastava as Vaidehi Saxena / Laila (Arrested) (2016–17) – Piyush's first love interest
  • Rushad Rana as Sumit Kapoor (Dead) (2016–17) – Roshni's father
  • Jasveer Kaur as Rita Sumit Kapoor (2016–17) – Roshni's mother
  • Sanjeev Jogtiyani as Ravikant Agarwal (2016–17) – Vikram's paternal uncle
  • Shweta Gautam as Saroj Ravikant Agarwal (2016–17) – Ravikant's wife
  • Vikas Sethi as Sanjeev Agarwal (2016–17) – Vikram's father
  • Siddharth Shivpuri as Vikram Sanjeev Agarwal (2016–17) – Anjali's first husband
  • Khushwant Walia as Aarav Shailendra Bharadwaj (2017)[12] – Shaillendra and Pari's son
  • Kenisha Bharadwaj as Ananya Aarav Bharadwaj (2017) – Aarav's wife
  • Sneha Shah as Tanvi Vikram Agarwal (née Sharma) (2017) – Vikram's second wife
  • Kinjal Pandya as Miss. Lily Oberoi (2017) – Competition's owner
  • Preetika Chauhan as Ridhima (2017) – Ananya's elder sister
  • Vandana Vithlani as Bhairavi Kapoor (Dayan)[clarify] (2017)[13]
  • Tarkesh Chauhan as Bhairavbaba(Dead)(2017)

Supernatural cast[edit]

  • Neeta Shetty as Aditi Shah / Sunaina Vikrant Mehta (Salvated) (2014) – Ghost
  • Sara Khan as Maya / Roli (Fake) (2014–15) – Shape Shifting Serpent
  • Pratyusha Banerjee† as Mohini / Manvi (Dead) (2015) – Witch
  • Anjali Gupta as Sunanda / Anita Pathak (Dead) (2015) – Witch
  • Unknown as Jhumpa Khanna (Dead) (2015) – Half Witch
  • Reshmi Ghosh as Indrawati Gajendra Singh (Dead) (2015) – Witch
  • Jayshree T. as Badi Dayaan (Dead) (2015) – Witch
  • Deblina Chatterjee as Devika Prem Bharadwaj / Patali Devi (2015–16) – Queen of Patal
  • Meghna Naidu as Gayatri / Patali Devi (Dead) (2015–16) – Witches's Godess
  • Shagufta Ali as Suganda (Fake) / Maalti (Salvated) (2016) – Ghost
  • Aarti Singh as Madhavi (Salvated) (2016) – Ghost
  • Kashvi Kothari as Choti Dulhan (Young Bride)(2016) – Ghost turned Human
  • Ali Hassan as Shaitan (Kaal) (Dead) (2016) – Devil
  • Vindhya Tiwari as Chandramani (2016) – Moon's Jewel
  • Dipika Kakar as Simar (Fake) / Ghoonghatwali (Dead) (2016) – Headless Witch
  • Kamalika Guha Thakurta as Mahamaya (Captured) (2016) – Witch
  • Vaishnavi Dhanraj as Kamya (2016) (Captured) – Witch
  • Sujata Vaishnav as Mehendi Wali (2016) – Witch turned Human
  • Dipika Kakar/Varun Sharma as Kaal (Dead) (2016; 2017) – Demon
  • Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar as Durga Maa (2017) Goddesses
  • Vandana Vithlani as Bhairavi Kapoor (2017) Woman turned Witch

Special appearances[edit]



The series first starred Dipika Kakar, Shoaib Ibrahim, Avika Gor, Manish Raisinghan as Simar, Prem, Roli and Siddhant, respectively in main leads. Shoaib left the show in 2013 as makers weren't giving his character much importance[citation needed] and Dheeraj Dhoopar replaced him in same year. In April 2016, Avika left the show as she had problems with her shooting schedule,[citation needed] so the character of Roli was ended. Mansi Srivastava entered the series as Prerna, Simar's childhood friend. In July 2016, Mansi and Manish also left the show. In August 2016, Vaishali Takkar and Varun Sharma entered the show as Anjali and Piyush, respectively. In March 2017, both Dipika[14] and Dheeraj[15] quit the show. That same month, Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar replaced Dipika in the role of Simar. In June 2017, Krissann Barretto entered the show as Sanjana. At the end of August 2017, Mazher Sayed enter the show in the role of Prem.

Crossover episodes[edit]

Episodes Air Date Serial Plot
5 May 14 – 18, 2012 Kairi — Rishta Khatta Meetha Imarti Devi comes to attend Sankalp's wedding with Khushi along with her family.
1 March 2, 2015 Shastri Sisters — Dil Eik Dhadkan Anushka and Devyani helps Simar to get the keys of red door from Maya where she had kept Roli.
2 July 27 & 28, 2015 Swaragini — Jodein Rishton Ka Sur Ragini calls Mohini to do black magic on Swara to break her marriage with Laksh. She takes Prem with her. Prem is saved by Swara and she herself, is saved by Sanskar.
2 November 30 & December 1, 2015 Simar goes to Kolkata to tells Swara as Ragini had married to Laksh. Devika who is possessed by Patali Devi tries to kill Simar, Swara and Sanskar but fails.
1 March 4, 2016 Balika Vadhu — Kachi Umar Ke Pakke Rishte Simar goes to a famous temple of Lord Shiva on Shivratri. She meets Anandi there.
1 April 15, 2016 Swaragini — Jodein Rishton Ka Sur Swara comes to celebrate Baisakhi with Simar. Everyone suddenly goes missing. Swara buries Chandarmaani in sand famous for melting bad powers.
1 October 2, 2016 Anjali asks Simar and Prem to go Kolkata. They go to Swara's house. Swara tries to take the videotape from Khushi and Anjali but fails. Simar succeeds in taking keys from Parvati and gives it to Swara.
1 April 21, 2017 Ek Shringaar — Swabhiman Piyush who is possessed by Kaal goes missing and Roshni tries to find her but fails but succeeds when Naina helps her. Simar motivates her when she tells her that she is going to compete against her sister.
1 April 28, 2017 Shakti — Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki Piyush who is possessed by Kaal takes Aditya with him. Harman follows him but he is proved innocent. Aditya is found but taken by Mr. Chadda. Simar gives them money but they refuse as they had arranged it earlier.

Trishakti episodes[edit]

Tri means three and Shakti means power, thus Trishakti means Power of Three. In each Trishakti, three serials were broke down into parts and were shown one by one.

Sr No. Air Date Serials
1 February 19, 2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka
2 March 10, 2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka
3 March 17, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Balika Vadhu
4 March 29, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Udaan
5 April 08, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Udaan
6 April 21, 2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka
7 May 12, 2016 Sasural Simar Ka Udaan Swaragini
8 May 20, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Udaan
9 May 26, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Balika Vadhu


The show was broadcast by Geo Kahani but stopped after few episodes.It airs on Colors sister channel Rishtey. This serial is also adapted in Tamil by Polimer TV as Moondru Mudichu and as Sithara in Malayalam by Surya TV. The show dubbed Vietnamese in Vietnam by Echannel VTV Cab 5.It was airing in Pakistan on Urdu 1 until October 2016. The show is airing in Bulgaria on Diema Family and on Nova television (Bulgaria) as “Ритъмът на Мечтите”.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Category Recipient(s) Result
2011 1st Colors Golden Petal Awards Most Mazedar Personality Himani Shivpuri Won
Most Lokpriya Dharavaahik Sasural Simar Ka Nominated
Most Lokpriya Face–Male Shoaib Ibrahim
Most Lokpriya Face–Female Dipika Kakar
Most Sanskaari Personality Avika Gor
Most Lokpriya Family Mataji & Family
2012 11th Indian Telly Awards Best Drama Series Sasural Simar Ka
2nd Colors Golden Petal Awards Most Damdaar Personality Jayati Bhatia
Most Tez-Tarar Personality Jyotsna Chandola
Most Lokpriya Jodi Shoaib Ibrahim & Dipika Kakar
Most Lokpriya Family Bhardwaj Family
Most Lokpriya Face – Male Shoaib Ibrahim
Most Lokpriya Face – Female Dipika Kakar
Most Anubhavi Personality Jayati Bhatia
Most Jaanbaaz Personality Avika Gor
Most Chahita Personality Manish Raisinghani
Most Bhavuk Personality Avika Gor Won
Sanskaari Vyaktitva Dipika Kakar
Most Mazedaar Personality Nimisha Vakharia
Best Story (fiction) Team
Most Lokpriya Dharavaahik Sasural Simar Ka Nominated
Best Show Team
Star Guild Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Shoaib Ibrahim
Best Writer Ved Raj
2013 3rd Colors Golden Petal Awards Most Lokpriya face – Male Manish Raisinghan Won
Most Damdar Personality Jayati Bhatia
Best Parivaar Bhardwaj Family
Most Bhaavuk Personality Dipika Kakar
Most Janbaaz Personality Avika Gor
Best Show Sasural Simar Ka Nominated
Most Lokpriya Face – Female Dipika Kakar & Avika Gor
Favourite Jodi Dheeraj Dhoopar & Dipika Kakar
Star Guild Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Shoaib Ibrahim
Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Avika Gor
Best Actress in a Negative Role Jyostna Chandola
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Jayati Bhatia
Best Drama Series Rashmi Sharma Won
2014 Indian Telly Awards Best Drama Series Rashmi Sharma
2015 Indian Television Academy Awards Rishte-Naate Awards Dheeraj Dhoopar, Avika Gor & Manish Raisinghan
Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Dipika Kakar Nominated
Best Daily Serial Rashmi Sharma
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Television Actor – Female Avika Gor
Zee Gold Awards Best Jodi Dipika Kakar & Dheeraj Dhoopar
Best Fiction Show Rashmi Sharma
Best Actress Dipika Kakar Won
Best Actress in Supporting Role Jayati Bhatia
2016 4th Colors Golden Petal Awards Best Supporting Actor Manish Raisinghan
Supernatural Personality Meghna Naidu
Pratyusha Banerjee Nominated
Reshmi Ghosh
Best Show Rashmi Sharma
Best Actor-Male Dheeraj Dhoopar
Best Actress-Female Dipika Kakar
2017 5th Colors Golden Petal Awards Best Negative Actor Vaishali Takkar
Best Supporting Actor Varun Sharma
Best Actress in a Comic Role Snehal Sahay & Shweta Sinha Won


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