Aditya Music

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Aditya Music India Private Limited
TypePrivate
Industry
Founded1993
Headquarters Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Area served
Global
Key people
Umesh Gupta (Managing Director) [1]
Products
Services
Number of employees
110
Subsidiaries Sangeet Sagar
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2008 – present
Genre
Subscribers16.9 million [2]
(February 2021)
Total views12.73 billion [2]
(February 2021)
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg100,000 subscribers2011
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg1,000,000 subscribers2014
YouTube Diamond Play Button.svg10,000,000 subscribers2018

Updated: February 2021
Website www.adityamusic.com

Aditya Music India Private Limited is a music company in India. It owns the music label, Aditya Music Label. Aditya Music has its presence in the Tollywood. It is headquartered at Hyderabad, Telangana.

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Aditya Music is the record label preferred by most filmmakers in Tollywood and they eventually became a household name in the film industry of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. [3]

Overview

Aditya Music was established in late 1990s by Umesh Gupta who now serves as managing director of the company. Aditya Music was primarily into distribution and marketing of music of other music labels for the state of Andhra Pradesh. [4] [5] [6] Later they started acquiring their own music rights. For the manufacture of audio cassettes, they started a plant in 2000. [7]

Aditya Music owns music rights for majority of films in Tollywood. It recently acquired few labels such as Shiva Musicals, Leo, Maruti Music, Echo, Sohan Music, Supreme, Pyramid Audio and accounts to the largest player in Telugu film music. It is a member of PPL India and IPRS. [8]

Aditya Music also dubs mostly Telugu movies in Hindi and Bhojpuri languages and releases them either in theaters, YouTube or both.

Soundtrack discography

Telugu cinema

Tamil cinema

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