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A range of singers and lyricists like Krishna Chaitanya make this album a good one to follow on the tracks.
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NBK Lion

In an album starring ‘Lion’ himself, it is a bit of disappointment that there is no hero-elevating song. Even the title song comes with item song like features. Nevertheless, the lyricists (Ramajogayya Sastry, Bhaskarabhatla Ravikumar and Srimani) between them come up with versatile lyrics.
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If you are a Maestro fan, here is an album that doesn’t disappoint. It is not among his career’s best, but definitely the one for savouring.
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Son Of Satyamurthy

A most awaited musical album from the stable of DSP, who joins with Trivikram to belch out catchy numbers.
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Mohammad Gibran of ‘Run Raja Run’ fame is back with yet another youthful album. Lyrics by Sreemani, Ramajogayya Sastry, Srijo and Krishna Kanth belong to a range of genres.
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Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini

This album has a strong Telugu flavour written all over it. Nakul Abhyankar, Haricharan, Hari, Hemachandra, Pranavi, SP Charan, Sunil Kashyap, Lipsika are the range of singers, while lyrics are by Radha Subrahmanyam and Rakendu Mouli Vennelakanti.
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This one has been an awaited combination. NTR, Puri and Anup come together to deliver a much-awaited album. Do they reach our expectations?
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Gopala Gopala

The much-awaited album from the craze of the season, Anoop Rubens, lives up to our expectations. With lyrics from the likes of Sirivennela, Chandrabose, Ananth Sriram, the album is complete with both content and form.
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Sai Karthik may not have delivered an album with high-powered pataas, but it manages to entertain. With lyrics by Srimani, Bhuvanachandra, Subbaraya Sharma and Tadaila Bapu, the album is rendered by the likes of Ranjith and Rahul Nambiar.
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Mickey J Meyer's imprint is write over the album. It's a mix of melody and youthfulness. Sirivennela writes all the songs to a profound effect.
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Chinnadana Neekosam

Anup Rubens's recent albums naturally escalated expectations from 'Chinnadana Neekosam', more so because of the hits he scored with Nithin - Ishq and Gundejaari Gallanthayyinde.
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Mani Sharma's albums have always raised expectations. This one is no exception. Helped by the experienced Bhaskarabhatla, he delivers an album that has the potential to entertain sections of mass and class audiences.
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Lakshmi Raave Maa Intiki

This album with eight numbers is sure to be on the chartbusters for some time to come. Selecting a range of talented singers and lyricists, the musician makes it a complete album.
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Erra Bus

Chakri's latest album is for a film with diversified star cast. As such, he changes his style for this one and the change is welcome.
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Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham

Of late, Anup Rubens's albums have been watched out for youthfulness and profundity. Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham is skewed in favour of the former, though. If it has lyrics by a range of writers (Bhaskara Bhatla, Sirivennela Seetharamasastry, Suddala Ashok Teja, and Sree Mani), the singers are equally versatile.
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