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Old Telugu chartbusters served with a Reggae, Metal, Blues and Rock twist
Times of India
The six-member band Akshar have set themselves apart with their metal renditions of yesteryear Telugu chartbusters. Their metal version of O Paapa Laali from Gitanjali, which became a hit in the city’s music circuit, also got a shout out from Nagarjuna


Times of India

Old Telugu chartbusters served with a Reggae, Metal, Blues and Rock twist
Times of India
The six-member band Akshar have set themselves apart with their metal renditions of yesteryear Telugu chartbusters. Their metal version of O Paapa Laali from Gitanjali, which became a hit in the city's music circuit, also got a shout out from Nagarjuna

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