'KGF' movie song 'Joke Nanu Balliya Minchu' by Udupi teen Airaa is huge hit

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi(DC)

Udupi, Dec 21: Rocking star Yash starrer new film 'KGF' is talk of the town for many reasons. Now, one of the iconic Kannada songs 'Joke Nanu Balliya Minchu' sung by Airaa Acharya Udupi has created sensation days after it got released.

Airaa Udupi, a PU student of MGM College has entered sandalwood with her first song 'Joke Nanu Balliya Minchu'. Airaa, a YouTube singer was given a chance to sing in 'KGF' by music director of the film Ravi Basrur.

The iconic peppiest dance number recreated for ‘KGF’ featuring popular actress Tamannaah Bhatia has received over 10 lakh views within one day of its release.

KGF marks Mangaluru beauty Srinidhi Shetty's big-screen debut.

'KGF' has been released in five languages, namely Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam and the cine lovers are going gaga over it.

KGF is directed by Prashanth Neel and is set in the 1970s. The film also stars Vasishta N Simha, Ramya Krishnan and Malavika Avinash in prominent roles.


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  • Daniel, Brahmavar/Bahrain

    Sat, Dec 22 2018

    Listened to her recent song 'Joke' in all the five languages (Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam). Her voice is damn sexy.. Good Luck "Sunidhi Chauhan of Karnataka"

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