Ek Bura Aadmi music launched
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The music of the film, Ek Bura Aadmi, starring Arunoday Singh, was launched at the Marwah Studios in Noida last week. The music of the film is given by Tochi Raina and Band of Bandagi. Raghuvir Yadav, Harmeet Raina, Pawan Uttam, Runa Rizvi, Saaveri Verma, Prashant Satose, Neeru Rawal, Nasir Faraaz, Arfat Mehmood and Ishraq have lent their voices for the film's songs. Singh was spotted with the director Ishraq, producer Zenaida Mastura, and other members of the production and crew. The film also stars Raghuvir Yadav, Kitu Gidwani, Angira Dhar and Vishal O Sharma.
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