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Random music video!

Here is another Indian music video. This one is Maha Maha, the Telugu version of the Black Eyed Peas' song My Humps! It's from the film Mantra/Manthra. I think there is also a Tamil version as well.

Update: 17/12/11: I thought I'd also post the original Black Eyed Peas video, so you can compare!





For more Black Eyed Peas videos, visit their VEVO channel on Youtube: Black Eyed Peas VEVO


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