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After Pilli Dance, Ramanath Rai enthrals crowd with Hindi, Tulu songs


Team Udayavani, Sep 18, 2018, 11:56 AM IST

Bantwal: A video of former minister and senior Congress leader Ramanath Rai singing an evergreen song from a Hindi movie and popular Tulu track ‘Mokeda singari’ went viral on the social media.

Participating in the 15th Ganeshotsava programme at Jakribettu in Bantwal recently Rai, yet again, enthralled the crowd with his singing. He sang the ‘Zindagi bhar nahi bhulegi woh barsat ki raat’ song from the movie ‘Barsaat’ followed by  Tulu track ‘Mokeda singari’ to a huge applause from the people.

The veteran leader was seen dancing to the tunes of Pilli Vesha last year, video of which too had gone viral on the social media. 

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