23.04.2012 [Deccan Chronicle] - By BVS Prakash Despite all the skepticism over making a Telugu version of Bollywood chartbuster MunniBadnam Hui, composer Devi Sri Prasad has produced a foot-tapping number with a very catchy name — Kevv Keka — for Gabbar Singh.
02.05.2012 [Oneindia Entertainment] - The event saw thousands of fans congregate for the musical celebration that brought the city to life as they danced to the beats of popular chartbusters such as MunniBadnam Hui, Anarkali Disco Chali and made the event a splendid success.
18.04.2012 [Oneindia Entertainment] - is a Telugu version of the Chart-buster Hindi item number 'MunniBadnam Hui...'. Sahithi has written the lyrics for the song, which has been composed by Devi Sri Prasad. Mamta Sharma and Kushi Murali have rendered their voice and Jayanan Vincent is
During the shoot of the song Munni Badnaam Hui in Dabangg with Malaika Arora Khan and Sonu Sood, there was a portion that had choreographer Farah Khan incorporating a funny... - 08.24.2012, Bollywoodbackstage
03.05.2012 [Bollywood Life] - If you give me an Anarkali (disco chali) or Munni (badnam hui) I will follow the brief and style accordingly. I am completely a director's designer. Fortunately or unfortunately, the work I have done or people I have worked with have actually told me
02.05.2012 [India Today] - Arbaaz is making his debut as a director with the sequel to Dabangg (2010) in which his wife Malaika Arora Khan gyrated to the superhit item number MunniBadnam Hui. "We do have a song in Dabangg 2 but it is too premature to talk about it.
02.05.2012 [Orissadiary.com] - Partners in Crime : India, 2011, 94 min, Dir-Paromita Vohra 'Munnibadnam hui' and the matter of copyright. Saving Dolma:Nepal, 2010, 62 min, Dir-Kesang Tseten The case of an accused female migrant in the Gulf. The Search for Justice: Pakistan, 2011
01.05.2012 [Daily News & Analysis] - In Dabangg, Malaika Arora Khan gyrated to MunniBadnam Hui which became a superhit item number in recent times. "We do have a song in Dabangg 2 but it is too premature to talk about it. We would like to call it a popular song rather than an item song.