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Waiting can get tough, especially when you know that what you are going to witness is just around the corner! While Ram Charan Teja's fans are eagerly waiting for the audio release of his forthcoming film Racha on March 11 in Kurnool, we at OneIndia are bringing you bits and pieces of information of the music, which are doing the rounds on the internet.
Ram Charan Teja's blockbuster film Magadheera had an update version of his father Chiranjeevi's hit song 'Bangara kodi petta....' Now, in Racha, yesteryear song 'Vana vana velluvaye...', which had become a rage in 90s and was a massive hit among the youths, from Gang Leader has been retuned keeping the latest sensibilities in mind. Like 'Bangara kodi petta....', this track too is expected to become a hit.
The other song to get the attention of the audience is the item number titled 'Singareni undhi...' danced by actress Lisa Haydon. It was shot in a popular studio in Hyderabad. According to reports, it has been well picturised and the makers of the film are sure that it will attract the mass.
However, the available details about the album is that the Mani Sharma compositional audio has a total of five songs. Find the track list below:
Racha title track
Vaana Vaana remix