G. Venugopal is an Indian singer, playback singer, and a television personality. In a little duration of time, he has had a big name in the industry. He has sung over more than 30 movies and 500 musical albums. He has also anchored many musical television reality shows. He was born in Kerala, a South Western state of India. He was the eldest son of Shri Gopinathan Nair and Sreemathi Sarojini. His upbringing was in a musical family. His mother is a retired head of the department of music in Govt Women's College in Trivandrum. His aunts were K Sh.aradamani and K Radhamani. The two were known as Paravur sisters. He went to Carmel School in Trivandrum. After his fourth standard, his family shifted to Thycaud in joined Thycaud Model School. He had wanted to become a doctor and joined BSC Zoology at Trivandrum University College. He was very active in the college festivals, and it was during this time when he participated in classical musical competitions. After his Graduation, he shifted his career option and did for MA English Literature from Mar Ivanios College.
He did his Post Graduation from Kerala University in Journalism. He joined The Indian Express as a journalist. He later joined All India Radio as a Programme Executive. He was always known for his Malayalam poems and devotional songs. He has translated Christian devotional songs to Sanskrit songs. He is known for his creativity. He first sang in “Odaruthammaava Aalariyaam" movie. He has charitable institute "Sasneham G Venugopal" under his name which he started in 2009 when he reached 25 years as a playback singer. The institute works for orphanage kids and provides them free education. He is he VC of Swasthi Foundation, which is a charitable society in Trivandrum. He honored as an Executive Director for Swasthi school of Music and Dance. Besides charity he has started many campaigns such as ‘Green Kerala Campaign’, ‘Anti- Tobacco Campaign’, ‘Clean Kerala’ and ‘Organ Donation Campaign’. He has won many awards. He won the Critics Award tree times and the Kerala Kaumudi Gallop Poll twice. He won the Best Singer for ‘aadedee...aadaadedee’ from the film ‘Ullam’. He has composed the album ‘Mizhiyariyathe’. He has even given his contribution for the Kerala Govt. Harithasree project.