Anuj Gurwara Hindi Actor
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Anuj Gurwara is an Indian actor and a playback singer who always wanted to find a space for him in the entertainment industry. He enjoys the process of being an actor, jockey, voice artist and tries hard to achieve considerable success in various forms of entertainment. Although he hails from North India, today he has transformed him to a completely Hyderabadi. Being from the North, he loved hearing to songs of all Bollywood singers and his favourite singer is Kishore Kumar.

He also acted in movies like Hyderabad Blues 2, Anand and Maryada Ramanna Click to look into! >> Read More... Maryada Ramanna . Before getting a break as a playback singer, he was associated with All India Radio. To get a break as a playback singer in movies, he had quit All India Radio, Simultaneously, he had approached then the music director M.M Keeravani and showed him his old recordings who took a voice test for this aspirant singer. Music composer offered him to sing the ‘Panchadara Bomma’ song for Magadheera. The song became sensational, and there was no looking back for him.

Anuj was a singer since childhood, he had participated in many music concerts and even contests in his school and college days, But he had never felt even once that he could become a playback singer in movies. He had no such confidence until he met music director M.M Keeravani. Later on, he had sung many songs for this music director M.M Keeravani, and the duo grew up to a new relationship of singer-composer for the new generation. Although he took a back seat in acting after Anand which released in 2004 as he was busy with the image of his jockey and other entertainment commitments. Later on, he got an offer to play a role in S. S. Rajamouli;s film Maryada Ramanna. He is still popular for playing Rahul in Anand. This singer is an active theatre artist and hence could play any supporting role in films. He was born on June 9, 1981. The actor is also a popular TV host. He is known for his baritone singing voice for which he performs many live performances too. He also had penned lyrics for two songs that he had sung in Hindi for a film Makkhi, which was composed by M.M. Keeravani.