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Besides interesting and appealing plots, the songs are another important feature of Telugu movies. Since they are written and composed to suit the storyline, they are going to take your watching experience to the next level. In the following text, we are going to discuss some of the most popular movies and soundtracks.

1. Ghallu Ghallu

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The first movie we are going to mention is a dance movie called Swarnakamalam (The Golden Lotus) from 1988. The soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja and the song that is still loved “Ghallu Ghallu” was written by Sirivennela Sitaramasastri. This tune talks about the beauty of dancing and it was performed by P. Susheela and S. P. Balu. If you love dancing, then you should definitely check this song out on the naasongs website.

2. Inkem Inkem Inkem Kaavaale

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The first single, “Inkem Inkem Inkem Kaavaale” from the 2018 comedy-drama film “Geetha Govindam” was released last year and it became an instant hit. The lyrics were the creation of Ananta Sriram, and Gopi Sunder composed the entire album. The popular Indian-American playback singer performed this number, and critics loved it so much that they said it stands apart from the soundtrack.

3. Jaruguthunnaadi

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“Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum” was a hit at the box office as soon as it was released, and it was highly praised for both its plot and music. Sirivennela Sitaramasastri was nominated for the Best Lyricist award at the 2nd South Indian International Movie Awards for his work on the song called “Jaruguthunnaadi”. In order to promote this soundtrack, an event was held in Hyderabad and many artists attended.

4. Ee Velalo Neevu

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We are traveling back to the 90s, 1995 to be exact, to introduce you with a musical motion picture called “Gulabi”. Due to its immense popularity, in 2001, it was remade as “Aashiq” in Hindi. The film’s soundtrack consists of 5 songs, and “Ee Velalo Neevu” became a classic hit which is why you should definitely check it out. It was sung by Sunitha Upadrashta who actually made her singing debut in this film.

5. Nemaliki Nerpina Nadakalivi

“Saptapadi” is another Telugu movie which won the Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration. All nine songs of this soundtrack were composed by K. V. Mahadevan and the one which is still popular – “Nemaliki Nerpina Nadakalivi” (Peacock dance)” was written by Veturi Sundararama Murthy and performed by S. Janaki.

6. Pillaa Raa

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Releasing the song “Pillaa Raa” sung by Anurag Kukarni before the premiere of the movie “RX 100”, turned out to be the best marketing strategy. It spread around as a wildfire and people loved it which is why they decided to go a see this 2018 romantic action film that stars Kartikeya Actor and Payal Rajput.

7. The Karma Theme

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Furthermore, we are going to mention “The Karma Theme”. This song was not featured in the mystery-thriller film called “U Turn”, but instead it was used as a promotional tune. In fact, there is not a single song in this entire film, only some background music. This title number was sung by Anirudh Ravichander, one of the best-selling Indian artists.

8. Maate Vinadhuga

If you enjoy watching comedies, then you should definitely see “Taxiwaala” (Taxi driver). However, we are here to talk about music so our recommendation is to listen to the song “Maate Vinadhuga”. The critics noted that you will love this tune even more once you watch the movie and fully understand the lyrics.

9. Peniviti

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“Peniviti” is a promotional song for the film “Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava”. The main reason why people love this song is because of the focus on meaningful lyrics created by Ramajogayya Sastry. It perfectly describes the feeling and fears of women for their men.

10. Bharat Ane Nenu

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“Bharat Ane Nenu” (The song of Bharat) will make you want to dance while listening to it and watching the movie of the same title. The entire soundtrack was composed by the brilliant Devi Sri Prasad, and three out of five songs were released as singles before the film came out.

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