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Audio of Khaleja released

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in the limelight: Actor Mahesh Babu acknowledging his fans in Hyderabad on Monday.

Hyderabad: Tollywood heart throb Mahesh Babu's much-awaited movie Khaleja audio was released on Monday and the film is set for release on October 7.

The starcast of the movie, including Mahesh Babu, actress Anushka Shetty, music director Mani Sharma and director Trivikram Srinivas released the audio at Radio Mirchi FM radio station in the city. Mahesh Babu's wife Namrata Shirodkar was also present.

Speaking on the occasion, music director Mani Sharma said the album contains six songs and the lyrics are written by Ramajogayya Shastri and Seetharama Sastry.

“I have composed music for over 140 films and of all the movies composing music for megastar Chiranjeevi starrer Mrugaraju was the toughest one. The easiest one was Pawan Kalyan starrer Kushi,” said Mr. Sharma on the sidelines of programme.

Anushka Shetty said Khaleja movie was definitely a step above of all the movies in the Telugu film industry. It was extensively shot in Rajasthan and Pune under tough conditions and Mahesh Babu has come up with best performance, particularly in action sequences, she said.

“My favourite tracks in the movie are Sada Siva, Bhoom Shakenaka and Pileche,” said Anushka Shetty.

The film is about a taxi driver and circumstances take him to Rajasthan. He meets heroine in Rajasthan and this leads to surprise attack on them and in the process, the hero is seriously injured.

He is treated by some villagers and they ask him to save them and their village. Will the hero sympathise with villagers and become their saviour is what one has to watch on the silver screen.

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