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2004 awards

The inaugural ICC awards ceremony was held on 7 September 2004, in London.

The judging period covered was from 1 August 2003 to 31 July 2004 and included all Test matchesand One Day Internationals played during that period.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Rahul Dravid (India)
  • Test Player of the Year: Rahul Dravid (India)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Andrew Flintoff (England)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Irfan Pathan (India)
  • Umpire of the Year: Simon Taufel (Australia)
  • Spirit of Cricket: New Zealand
  • World Test XI: Matthew Hayden (Aus), Herschelle Gibbs (SA), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Rahul Dravid (Ind), Brian Lara (WI), Jacques Kallis (SA), Adam Gilchrist (Aus, wicket-keeper), Chaminda Vaas (SL), Shane Warne (Aus), Jason Gillespie (Aus), Steve Harmison (Eng) 12th man: Sachin Tendulkar
  • World one-day XI: Adam Gilchrist (Aus, wicket-keeper), Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Chris Gayle (WI), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Brian Lara (WI), Jacques Kallis (SA), Virender Sehwag (Ind), Andrew Flintoff (Eng), Shaun Pollock (SA), Chaminda Vaas (SL), Jason Gillespie (Aus)

 

2005 awards

The second ICC awards ceremony was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney, Australia, on 11 October 2005.

The judging period covered was from 1 August 2004 to 31 July 2005. This did not include the whole of the 2005 Ashes Series, since the final four matches of this series were played in August and September.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Awarded jointly to Andrew Flintoff (England) and Jacques Kallis (South Africa)
  • Test Player of the Year: Jacques Kallis (South Africa)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Kevin Pietersen (England)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Kevin Pietersen (England)
  • Umpire of the Year: Simon Taufel (Australia)
  • Spirit of Cricket: England
  • World Test XI: Virender Sehwag (Ind), Graeme Smith (SA), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Jacques Kallis (SA), Brian Lara (WI), Inzamam-ul-Haq (Pak), Andrew Flintoff (Eng), Adam Gilchrist (Aus, wicket-keeper), Shane Warne (Aus), Chaminda Vaas (SL), Glenn McGrath (Aus), 12th man: Anil Kumble (Ind)
  • World one-day XI: Marvan Atapattu (SL, captain), Adam Gilchrist (Aus, wicket-keeper), Rahul Dravid (Ind), Kevin Pietersen (Eng), Andrew Symonds (Aus), Inzamam-ul-Haq (Pak), Andrew Flintoff (Eng), Daniel Vettori (NZ), Brett Lee (Aus), Naved-ul-Hasan (Pak), Glenn McGrath (Aus), 12th man: Jacques Kallis (SA)
  • List of nominees for 2005 awards

 

2006 awards

The third ICC awards ceremony was held in Mumbai, India on 3 November 2006, during the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy.

The judging period was from 1 August 2005 to 8 August 2006, thus including three of the four Tests between Pakistan and England, and the Test series between South Africa and Sri Lanka. For the first time, honors for both Women’s Cricketer of the Year and Captain of the Year were awarded.

Award winners 

  • Cricketer of the Year: Ricky Ponting (Australia)
  • Test Player of the Year: Ricky Ponting (Australia)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Michael Hussey (Australia)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Ian Bell (England)
  • Umpire of the Year: Simon Taufel (Australia)
  • Captain of the Year: Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Karen Rolton (Australia)
  • Spirit of Cricket: England
  • World Test XI: Matthew Hayden (Aus), Michael Hussey (Aus), Ricky Ponting (Aus), Rahul Dravid (Ind, captain), Mohammad Yousuf (Pak), Kumar Sangakkara (SL, wicket-keeper), Andrew Flintoff (Eng), Shane Warne (Aus), Makhaya Ntini (SA), Muttiah Muralitharan (SL), Glenn McGrath (Aus), 12th man: Brett Lee (Aus)
  • World one-day XI: Adam Gilchrist (Aus, wicket-keeper), MS Dhoni (Ind), Ricky Ponting (Aus), Mahela Jayawardene (SL, captain), Yuvraj Singh (Ind), Andrew Flintoff (Eng), Michael Hussey (Aus), Irfan Pathan (Ind), Brett Lee (Aus), Shane Bond (NZ), Muttiah Muralitharan (SL), 12th man: Andrew Symonds (Aus)
  • List of nominees for 2006 awards

 

2007 awards

The fourth ICC awards ceremony was held in Johannesburg, South Africa. For the first time, honor for Associate Player of the Year was awarded.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Ricky Ponting (Australia)
  • Test Player of the Year: Mohammad Yousuf (Pakistan)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Matthew Hayden (Australia)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Shaun Tait (Australia)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Thomas Odoyo (Kenya)
  • Umpire of the Year: Simon Taufel (Australia)
  • Captain of the Year: Ricky Ponting (Australia)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Jhulan Goswami (India)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Sri Lanka
  • World Test XI: Michael Vaughan (Eng), Matthew Hayden (Aus), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Mohammad Yousuf (Pak), Kevin Pietersen (Eng), Michael Hussey (Aus), Kumar Sangakkara (SL, wicket-keeper), Stuart Clark (Aus), Makhaya Ntini (SA), Mohammad Asif (Pak), Muttiah Muralitharan (SL), 12th man: Zaheer Khan (Ind)
  • World one-day XI: Matthew Hayden (Aus), Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Kevin Pietersen (Eng), Jacques Kallis (SA), Shivnarine Chanderpaul (WI), Mark Boucher (SA, wicket-keeper), Chaminda Vaas (SL), Shane Bond (NZ), Muttiah Muralitharan (SL), Glenn McGrath (Aus), 12th man: Michael Hussey (Aus)

 

2008 awards

The fifth ICC awards ceremony was held in Dubai, U.A.E. on 10 September 2008 and saw the Twenty20 International Performance of the Year award inaugurated.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies)
  • Test Player of the Year: Dale Steyn (South Africa)
  • ODI Player of the Year: MS Dhoni (India)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Yuvraj Singh (India)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Ajantha Mendis (Sri Lanka)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Ryan ten Doeschate (Netherlands)
  • Umpire of the Year: Simon Taufel (Australia)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Charlotte Edwards (England)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Sri Lanka
  • World Test XI: Graeme Smith (SA, captain), Virender Sehwag (Ind), Mahela Jayawardene (SL), Shivnarine Chanderpaul (WI), Kevin Pietersen (Eng), Jacques Kallis (SA), Kumar Sangakkara (SL, wicket-keeper), Brett Lee (Aus), Ryan Sidebottom (Eng), Dale Steyn (SA), Muttiah Muralitharan (SL), 12th man: Stuart Clark (Aus)
  • World one-day XI: Herschelle Gibbs (SA), Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Ajantha Mendis (SL), Farveez Maharoof (SL), MS Dhoni (Ind, wicket-keeper), Andrew Symonds (Aus), Daniel Vettori (NZ), Brett Lee (Aus), Mitchell Johnson (Aus), Nathan Bracken (Aus), 12th man: Salman Butt (Pak)

 

2009 awards

The sixth ICC awards ceremony was held in Johannesburg, South Africa on 1 October 2009.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Mitchell Johnson (Australia)
  • Test Player of the Year: Gautam Gambhir (India)
  • ODI Player of the Year: MS Dhoni (India)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Peter Siddle (Australia)
  • Associate Player of the Year: William Porterfield (Ireland)
  • Umpire of the Year: Aleem Dar (Pakistan)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Claire Taylor (England)
  • Spirit of Cricket: New Zealand
  • World Test XI: Gautam Gambhir (Ind), Andrew Strauss (Eng), AB de Villiers (SA), Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Thilan Samaraweera (SL), Michael Clarke (Aus), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Shakib Al Hasan (Ban), Mitchell Johnson (Aus), Stuart Broad (Eng), Dale Steyn (SA), 12th man: Harbhajan Singh (Ind)
  • World one-day XI: Martin Guptill (NZ), Chris Gayle (WI), Kevin Pietersen (Eng), Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL), Yuvraj Singh (Ind), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Virender Sehwag (Ind), Andrew Flintoff (Eng), Nuwan Kulasekara (SL), Ajantha Mendis (SL), Umar Gul (Pak), 12th man: Thilan Thushara (SL)
  • List of nominees for 2009 awards

 

2010 awards

The seventh ICC awards ceremony was held in Bengaluru, India on 6 October 2010.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Sachin Tendulkar (India)
  • Test Player of the Year: Virender Sehwag (India)
  • Test Team of the Year: India
  • ODI Player of the Year: AB de Villiers (South Africa)
  • ODI Team of the Year: Australia
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Steven Finn (England)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Ryan ten Doeschate (Netherlands)
  • Umpire of the Year: Aleem Dar (Pakistan)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Shelley Nitschke (Australia)
  • Spirit of Cricket: New Zealand
  • LG People’s Choice Award: Sachin Tendulkar (India)
  • World Test XI: Virender Sehwag (Ind), Simon Katich (Aus), Hashim Amla (SA), Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Kumar Sangakkara (SL), Jacques Kallis (SA), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Graeme Swann (Eng), James Anderson (Eng), Dale Steyn (SA), Doug Bollinger (Aus), 12th man: Steve Harmison (Eng)
  • World one-day XI: Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Shane Watson (Aus), Michael Hussey (Aus), AB de Villiers (SA), Paul Collingwood (Eng), MS Dhoni (Ind, wicket-keeper), Ricky Ponting (Aus, captain), Daniel Vettori (NZ), Stuart Broad (Eng), Doug Bollinger (Aus), Ryan Harris (Aus)

 

2011 awards

The eighth ICC awards ceremony was held in London, England on 12 September 2011.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Jonathan Trott (England)
  • Test Player of the Year: Alastair Cook (England)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Tim Southee (New Zealand)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Devendra Bishoo (West Indies)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Ryan ten Doeschate (Netherlands)
  • Umpire of the Year: Aleem Dar (Pakistan)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)
  • Spirit of Cricket: MS Dhoni (India)
  • LG People’s Choice Award: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • World Test XI: Alastair Cook (Eng), Hashim Amla (SA), Jonathan Trott (Eng), Sachin Tendulkar (Ind), Kumar Sangakkara (SL, captain, wicket-keeper), AB de Villiers (SA), Jacques Kallis (SA), Stuart Broad (Eng), Graeme Swann (Eng), Dale Steyn (SA), James Anderson (Eng), 12th man: Zaheer Khan (Ind)
  • World one-day XI: Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL), Virender Sehwag (Ind), Shane Watson (Aus), Kumar Sangakkara (SL), AB de Villiers (SA), Yuvraj Singh (Ind), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Graeme Swann (Eng), Umar Gul (Pak), Dale Steyn (SA), Zaheer Khan (Ind), 12th man: Lasith Malinga (SL)

 

2012 awards

The ninth ICC awards ceremony was held in Colombo, Sri Lanka on 15 September 2012.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • Test Player of the Year: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Virat Kohli (India)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Richard Levi (South Africa)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Sunil Narine (West Indies)
  • Associate Player of the Year: George Dockrell (Ireland)
  • Umpire of the Year: Kumar Dharmasena (Sri Lanka)
  • Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)
  • Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year: Sarah Taylor (England)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Daniel Vettori (New Zealand)
  • LG People’s Choice Award: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • World Test XI: Alastair Cook (Eng), Hashim Amla (SA), Kumar Sangakkara (SL), Jacques Kallis (SA), Michael Clarke (Aus, captain), Shivnarine Chanderpaul (WI), Matt Prior(Eng, wicket-keeper), Stuart Broad (Eng), Saeed Ajmal (Pak), Vernon Philander (SA), Dale Steyn (SA), 12th man: AB de Villiers (SA)
  • World one-day XI: Gautam Gambhir (Ind), Alastair Cook (Eng), Virat Kohli (Ind), Kumar Sangakkara (SL), Shahid Afridi (Pak), Michael Clarke (Aus), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Morne Morkel (SA), Steven Finn (Eng), Lasith Malinga (SL), Saeed Ajmal (Pak), 12th man: Shane Watson (Aus)

 

2013 awards

The 2013 edition of the awards were replaced by a TV show. Rather than a formal event, the winners were broadcast in a special TV show which was aired on 14 December 2013.

Award winners 

  • Cricketer of the Year: Michael Clarke (Australia)
  • Test Player of the Year: Michael Clarke (Australia)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Umar Gul (Pakistan)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Cheteshwar Pujara (India)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Kevin O’Brien (Ireland)
  • Umpire of the Year: Richard Kettleborough (England)
  • Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
  • Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year: Sarah Taylor (England)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)
  • LG People’s Choice Award: MS Dhoni (India)
  • World Test XI: Alastair Cook (Eng, captain), Hashim Amla (SA), Cheteshwar Pujara (Ind), Michael Clarke (Aus), Michael Hussey (Aus), AB de Villiers (SA), MS Dhoni (Ind, wicket-keeper), Graeme Swann (Eng), Dale Steyn (SA), James Anderson (Eng), Vernon Philander (SA), 12th man: Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind)
  • World one-day XI: Hashim Amla (SA), Shikhar Dhawan (Ind), Kumar Sangakkara (SL), Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL), AB de Villiers (SA), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Ravindra Jadeja (Ind), Saeed Ajmal (Pak), Mitchell Starc (Aus), James Anderson (Eng), Lasith Malinga (SL), 12th man: Mitchell McClenaghan

 

2014 awards

The 2014 edition of the LG ICC Awards followed the same formal event which was implemented in 2013 as a TV show. The voting panel took into account players’ performance between 26 August 2013 and 17 September 2014.The show was broadcast globally on 15/16 November.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Mitchell Johnson (Australia)
  • Test Player of the Year: Mitchell Johnson (Australia)
  • ODI Player of the Year: AB de Villiers (South Africa)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Aaron Finch (Australia)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Gary Ballance (England)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Preston Mommsen (Scotland)
  • Umpire of the Year: Richard Kettleborough (England)
  • Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: Sarah Taylor (England)
  • Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year: Meg Lanning (Australia)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Katherine Brunt (England)
  • LG People’s Choice Award: Bhuvneshwar Kumar (India)
  • World Test XI: David Warner (Aus), Kane Williamson (NZ), Kumar Sangakkara (SL), AB de Villiers (SA, wicket-keeper), Joe Root (Eng), Angelo Mathews (SL, captain), Mitchell Johnson (Aus), Stuart Broad (Eng), Dale Steyn (SA), Rangana Herath (SL), Tim Southee (NZ), 12th man: Ross Taylor (NZ)
  • World one-day XI: Mohammad Hafeez (Pak), Quinton de Kock (SA), George Bailey (Aus), Virat Kohli (Ind), AB de Villiers (SA), MS Dhoni (Ind, captain, wicket-keeper), Dwayne Bravo (WI), James Faulkner (Aus), Dale Steyn (SA), Mohammed Shami (Ind), Ajantha Mendis (SL), 12th man: Rohit Sharma (Ind)

 

2015 awards

The voting panel took into account players’ performance between 18 September 2014 and 13 September 2015.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Steve Smith (Australia)
  • Test Player of the Year: Steve Smith (Australia)
  • ODI Player of the Year: AB de Villiers (South Africa)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Faf du Plessis (South Africa)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Josh Hazlewood (Australia)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Khurram Khan (United Arab Emirates)
  • Umpire of the Year: Richard Kettleborough (England)
  • Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: Meg Lanning (Australia)
  • Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year: Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)
  • World Test XI: David Warner (Aus), Alastair Cook (Eng, captain), Kane Williamson (NZ), Younus Khan (Pak), Steve Smith (Aus), Joe Root (Eng), Sarfraz Ahmed (Pak, wicket-keeper), Stuart Broad (Eng), Trent Boult (NZ), Yasir Shah (Pak), Josh Hazlewood (Aus), 12th man: Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind)
  • World one-day XI: Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL), Hashim Amla (SA), Kumar Sangakkara (SL, wicket-keeper), AB de Villiers (SA, captain), Steve Smith (Aus), Ross Taylor (NZ), Trent Boult (NZ), Mohammed Shami (Ind), Mitchell Starc (Aus), Mustafizur Rahman (Ban), Imran Tahir (SA), 12th man: Joe Root (Eng)

 

2016 awards

The voting panel took into account players’ performance between 14 September 2015 and 20 September 2016.

The announcement of the World Test XI and World one-day XI, along with the winners of the men’s individual ICC awards, was made on 21 December 2016.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Ravichandran Ashwin (India)
  • Test Player of the Year: Ravichandran Ashwin (India)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Quinton de Kock (South Africa)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Mohammad Shahzad (Afghanistan)
  • Umpire of the Year: Marais Erasmus (South Africa)
  • Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
  • Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year: Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan)
  • World Test XI: David Warner (Aus), Alastair Cook (Eng, captain), Kane Williamson (NZ), Joe Root (Eng), Ben Stokes (Eng), Adam Voges (Aus), Jonny Bairstow (Eng, wicket-keeper), Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind), Rangana                               Herath (SL), Mitchell Starc (Aus), Dale Steyn (SA), 12th man: Steve Smith (Aus)
  • World one-day XI: David Warner (Aus), Quinton de Kock (SA, wicket-keeper), Rohit Sharma (Ind), Virat Kohli (Ind, captain), AB de Villiers (SA), Jos Buttler (Eng), Mitchell Marsh(Aus), Ravindra Jadeja (Ind), Mitchell Starc (Aus), Kagiso Rabada (SA), Sunil Narine (WI), 12th man: Imran Tahir (SA)
  • Women’s World XI: Suzie Bates (NZ), Rachel Priest (NZ, wicket-keeper), Smriti Mandhana (Ind), Stafanie Taylor (WI, captain), Meg Lanning (Aus), Ellyse Perry (Aus), Heather Knight (Eng), Deandra Dottin (WI), Sune Luus (SA), Anya Shrubsole (Eng), Leigh Kasperek (NZ), 12th woman: Kim Garth (Ire)

 

2017 awards

The voting panel took into account players’ performance between 21 September 2016 and 31 December 2017.

The announcement of the World Test XI and World one-day XI, along with the winners of the men’s individual ICC awards, was made on 18 January 2018.

Award winners

  • Cricketer of the Year: Virat Kohli (India)
  • Test Player of the Year: Steve Smith (Australia)
  • ODI Player of the Year: Virat Kohli (India)
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year: Yuzvendra Chahal (India)
  • Emerging Player of the Year: Hasan Ali (Pakistan)
  • Associate Player of the Year: Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)
  • Umpire of the Year: Marais Erasmus (South Africa)
  • Women’s Cricketer of the Year: Ellyse Perry (Australia)
  • Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year: Amy Satterthwaite (New Zealand)
  • Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year: Beth Mooney (Australia)
  • Women’s Emerging Player of the Year: Beth Mooney (Australia)
  • Spirit of Cricket: Anya Shrubsole (England)
  • Fan’s Moment of the Year: Pakistan stun India to win the ICC Champions Trophy 2017
  • World Test XI: Dean Elgar (SA), David Warner (Aus), Virat Kohli (Ind, captain), Steve Smith (Aus), Cheteshwar Pujara (Ind), Ben Stokes (Eng), Quinton de Kock (SA, wicket-keeper), Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind), Mitchell Starc (Aus), Kagiso Rabada (SA), James Anderson (Eng)
  • World one-day XI: David Warner (Aus), Rohit Sharma (Ind), Virat Kohli (Ind, captain), Babar Azam (Pak), AB de Villiers (SA), Quinton de Kock (SA, wicket-keeper), Ben Stokes(Eng), Trent Boult (NZ), Hasan Ali (Pak), Rashid Khan (Afghan), Jasprit Bumrah (Ind)
  • Women’s one-day XI: Tammy Beaumont (Eng), Meg Lanning (Aus), Mithali Raj (Ind), Amy Satterthwaite (NZ), Ellyse Perry (Aus), Heather Knight (Eng, captain), Sarah Taylor(Eng, wicket-keeper), Dane van Niekerk (SA), Marizanne Kapp (SA), Ekta Bisht (Ind), Alex Hartley (Eng)
  • Women’s T20I XI: Beth Mooney (Aus, wicket-keeper), Danni Wyatt (Eng), Harmanpreet Kaur (Ind), Stafanie Taylor (WI, captain), Sophie Devine (NZ), Deandra Dottin (WI), Hayley Matthews (WI), Megan Schutt (Aus), Amanda-Jade Wellington (Aus), Lea Tahuhu (NZ), Ekta Bisht (Ind)

 

 

 

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