Oosaravelli Audio Songs

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Oosaravelli Songs
Devi Sri Prasad
Song Singers
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Oosaravelli

Ujjayinee Roy
01:00

Dhandiya

Mukesh, Suchitra
01:00

Niharika

Vijay Prakash, Neha Bhasin
01:00

Sri Anjaneyam

MLR Karthikeyan
01:00

Love Ante Caring

Francisco Castelleno
01:00

Yelango Yelango

Jaspreet Jasz, Chinmayee
01:00

Nenante Naaku

Adnan Sami
01:00

Brathakaali

Devi Sri Prasad

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  • this song is superb

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    Niharika

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  • fantastic song :)

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  • fantastic song :)

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    Nenante Naaku

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  • nyc song

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  • nyc movie n all the songs r awesome

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    Oosaravelli

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  • nyc movie n all the songs r awesome

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    Oosaravelli

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  • super exellent

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    Sri Anjaneyam

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  • thnx admin for providing songs...

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