Top 10 Best Raksha Bandhan Telugu Songs To Dedicate To Your Brother/Sister

Telugu cinema has a good collection of sentimental songs on brother-sister bondage. Right from the beginning to recent times many films with emotional songs about the siblings came out. As the Raksha Bandhan festival is around the corner, we bring the list of Top 10 Best Raksha Bandhan Telugu Songs To Dedicate To Your Brother/Sister.

List of Top 10 Best Raksha Bandhan Telugu Songs To Dedicate To Your Brother/Sister

  • Anna Chellela

Sung by SPB and KS Chithra, the song is from Gorintaku movie. SA Rajkumar is the composer for the song.

  • Andala Chinni Devatha

Sung by Shankar Mahadevan, the song is from the film, Siva Rama Raju. Music composed by SA Rajkumar, the song showcases the brother’s love and affection towards his sister.

  • Marumalli Jabilli

This famous song is from the 2004 film, Lakshmi Narasimha. Composed by Mani Sharma, the song was sung by Shankar Mahadevan and showcases the bondage between brother-sister.

  • Siri Siri Muvvala

Siri Siri Muvvala is from the 1998 film, Ganesh. Sung by SP Balasubramanyam, the song was composed by Mani Sharma and showcases family bonding between brother-sister thread.

  • Na Chelli Chandrama

The song is from R Narayanan Murthy’s film, Vooru Manadira. Composed by Koti, the song was sung by Jayachandran.

  • Dum Dumaare

This emotional sister sentiment song is from the 2004 film, Arjun. Music composed by Mani Sharma, the song was sung by SPB and Chithra.

  • Annayyaa

Annayyaa is a soulful song from Pawan Kalyan starrer 2006 film, Annavaram. The song was composed by Ramana Gokulaand sung by Mano and Ganga.

  • Chamanthi Poobanthi

The song is from the 2004 film, Puttintiki Ra Chelli and is sung by KS Chithra. SA Rajkumar is the music composer for the song.

  • Malle Theegaku

Malle Theegaku is from the film, Orey Rikshaw. The song is a sentimental song between the brother and sister. The song was composed and sung by Vandematram Srinivas.

  • Dum Dum Dum

The song is from the film, Gorintaku. Sung by Udit Narayan and Gopika Poornima, the song was composed by SA Rajkumar.

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