Chinna Rayudu Audio Songs

Director B Gopal
Year 1992
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Chinna Rayudu Songs
Ilayaraja
Song Singers
03:38

Nindu Aakashamantha

SP Balu, Janaki
03:59

Swathimutya Mala

SP Balu, Chitra
01:00

Nindu Akasamanta (Situation)

SP Balu
03:27

Kantichupu Chalu

SP Balu
04:03

Chitti Chitti Nee Pyta

SP Balu
01:00

Cheppalanivundi

SP Balu
03:27

Bulli Pitta Bujji Pitta

SP Balu, Chitra
03:51

Bulli Pitta Bujji Pitta

SP Balu, Janaki

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  • Very nice song

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    Nindu Aakashamantha

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  • hhh

    Guest ( Hyderabad, India )

    Bulli Pitta Bujji Pitta

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  • super

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  • Great music by Ilayaraja

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    Bulli Pitta Bujji Pitta

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  • super song

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  • nice feel in the song which is attracting more and more....

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    Bulli Pitta Bujji Pitta

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  • ilayaraja z a legend

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    Swathimutya Mala

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  • such a beautiful song cant explain!!!!

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    Swathimutya Mala

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  • awesome awesome awesome song

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    Bulli Pitta Bujji Pitta

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    Chinna Rayudu

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