Krishna Chaitanya is a famous lyricist in the Indian film industry, especially in the South Indian cinema. He was born in the city of Eluru, Andhra Pradesh on 2nd of May, in the year 1983. He did his education from CRR Public School. He further attended Sriram Engineering College, Madras University. It was while he was studying engineering that he became highly fascinated towards the film industry. It was when he was in the final year of his engineering that he decided to try his skills out and contribute to the Indian Cinema. He realized his potential and made his debut as he wrote a few songs for the film Sambhavami Yuge Yuge. He was, however, given his first break in the movie Yuvutha in which he wrote the lyrics for all its songs. It was after this that he had established himself as a talented and skillful lyricist.

In the lifetime of his career so far, he has been credited to have written more than 180 songs for various famous and successful movies like Ishq, Brindavanam and Oh My Friend among many more. He has proved his mettle in writing beautiful, soulful and enjoyable lyrics and is highly appreciated by the critics and by the audiences. He was also awarded a Filmfare Award for Best Lyrics. Krishna is a very talented person who didn’t stop at becoming successful as a lyricist and thought of expanding his reign and started working on a movie which would become his directorial debut. He directed Nara Rohit and Vishakha Singh for the movie Rowdy Fellow that was released on 21st of November, in the year 2014.

After stabilizing himself on the career front, he thought himself to be ready to marry and settle down. He married a famous television personality and anchor named Mrudula.

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Krishna Chaitanya is an actor, director and lyricist, born on May 2, 1983 (in Eluru District of Andhra Pradesh, India). He is 33 years old. He works mainly as a lyricist for the Telugu film and music industry. He started his career in the year 2006. He started penning down the songs, professionally at the age of 23 and debuted with the song “sambhavani yuge yuge.” His first break was for the film “yuvatha” for which he wrote all the songs in his own words. He bought major critical acclaim for the songs he wrote for the movies like “gunde jari gallantayyinde” and “ishq.”          

The movie with which is career as a director started was “rowdy fellow” which was released on November 21, 2014 and was appreciated by many people. The actors in the movie were Vishakha Singh and Nara Rohit.

   If we talk about his personal life, his schooling is done from CRR Public School in his hometown and also got graduated as an engineer from Sriram Engineering College located at Chennai. He started gaining recognition when he appeared in a singing reality show as a contestant called “super singer.” In the year 2013, November 25th, he announced his engagement with a popular anchor on a popular T.V. channel, Madhu Mrudula, whom he was dating for a long time. He shared this news on social networking platform-Facebook. He was quite happy and amazed at the occasion of his engagement as he further praised his fiancée and said that he is very happy to meet her and start the new journey of their lives together was their destiny. As the duo was dating each other from quite a long time, their marriage got approval from their parents and finally the date was fixed and the couple got happily married.      

He has worked in a lot of films as a lyricist and only in one or two as a director. As a lyricist, he wrote the songs like “yuvakula manasaina” for the film “Brindavanam (2013)”, “sri Chaitanya Jr. college”, “maa daddy pockets” for the film “oh my friend (2011)” to name a few. His latest release was in the year 2016 and the song was “anasuya kosam” for the movie “A_Aa”. His directional debut was for the film “Rowdy Fellow”. “Production No:1” is yet to be released. He also did an album in the year 2013 named “Sneham Prema Nenu.”

   He is very passionate and dedicated about his singing and as always welcomed suggestions and advices from his fans and appreciators.

Ananta Sriram Telugu Actor

Ananta Sriram

Ananta Sriram, also known as Ananta Sriram Chegondi, was born on 8th April 1984 in the Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. Sriram is an extremely popular song lyricist who prominently works in the Telugu film industry. He has also written the lyrics for various films which were re-made or re-dubbed into Telugu. Ananta is the nephew of the famous politician -Chegondi Venkata Harirama Jogaiah. From his childhood, Ananta had a determination to do things the way he wanted them to be done. This included his education also. After his higher studies, like most of his classmates, he picked engineering as his future course of study, But by the third year of his engineering education, he realized that engineering was not what he wanted, and decided to quit studying it, and he pursued what he always wanted to do- Write. Ananta had picked a liking for language, philosophy and literature right from his childhood since he had ardently listened to his father, who used to discuss such matters with him at a very young age itself. The knowledge that he had gained from his father and also his voracious reading skills helped him all the way in his career of writing songs. His first opportunity was for a film named ‘Kaadante Aunanile’, in which he wrote the lyrics of all the songs. Gradually, his lyrics began to stand out from the mainstream, repetitive word patterns that are widely used in film songs, and he began to get a lot of offers to write song lyrics for Telugu movies. Even though Ananta’s film career began only in 2005, he has till date, written the songs for a total of eighty-seven films including box office hits such as Shankar’s ‘I’ and Rajamouli’s epic ‘Bahubali.' Ananta married Swathy Palakollu on November 17, 2010.

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Ramajogayya Sastry

Ramajogayya Sastry was born on August 24, 1970 in the small village called Arepalli Muppalla, Ipur Mandal which is near Narasaraopet of Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh to parents Suryaprakasa Rao and Saraswatamma in an agricultural family. His father was a priest and an agriculturist by profession. His mother is a home-maker. He was the only child of his parents. He is a Computer Science Engineer who persuaded his B.Tech from NIT Warangal and his Master’s degree in M.Tech at IIT Kharagpur. During his under graduation, he was very much passionate about writing and he involved into writing lyrics. He was very much interested in writing irrespective of his education which had nothing to do with his passion. Even though, he did not have any connections with regard to music in his family, he did not give up his interest and focused on both studies and music. After completing his Master’s in M.Tech at IIT Kharagpur, he started his professional career by joining in Bangalore as an engineer. It was at this time when the thunder stroke his life. He got the opportunity to write lyrics for more than 40 private albums. In between, he also worked in GE India Business Centre in Secunderabad. He penned his first lyrics for the Kannada movie YUVASENA, a remake of the Malayalam movie “4 the people”, which starred Bharath, Gopika, and Narain in the lead which deals with college students fighting injustice in the society. This movie was released on February 20, 2004. He, thus, started his career in Tollywood in this movie with two songs. Meanwhile, he wrote three Kannada songs from which he got the support from a noted film director and star V. Ravichandran, who introduced him to Krishna Vamsi, a renowned Telugu filmmaker. He introduced him to a famous award winning Indian lyricist who works for the Telugu industry. After which he got the golden opportunity to serve as an assistant to Sirivennela Seetharama Shastri. He was simultaneously working on a dubbed version. Only upon his insistence to Sirivennela Seetharama Shastri accepted him as his assistant and allowed him to compose to work on his lyric-writing skills. As his first remuneration for his two songs in the Tamil movie Yuvasena, he got Rs.20000. He has written lyrics for more than 100 movies in Telugu and he is also one of the most recognised and always called for lyricist in the Telugu film industry at present. He is also one of the top paid lyricists in the cinema industry. He charges about Rs.1.5 lakhs per song and is very quite famous for his modern and catchy lyrics. Though Telugu was his main focus, he also wrote a couple of songs in the Kannada film industry. He also worked on devotional songs. Mohan Babu, an actor/producer and Srinu Vytla, film director gave him the opportunity to work in many of their films before he became a star and rose to stardom with the song Om Namaste Bolo in the Telugu film Ready, which was his first major break. He also played an unaccredited role in King, a 2008 Telugu movie as a music assistant. He is also best known for his work in Dookudu (2011), Eega (2012) and Gabbar Singh (2012). And after that, there was no turning back and now he is one of the most famous and established lyricists of the industry. Few movies for which, he has worked as an lyricist are: ‘Dictator’ staring N. Balakrishnan and Anjali, Sonal Chauhan, and Aksha pardasany, ‘Nenu Sailaja’ a telugu romantic, ‘Soggade Chinni Nayana’ produced under direction of Kalyan Krishna Kurasala, A Gavireddy Srinivas Reddy written and directed ‘Seethama Andalu Ramayya Sitralu’, ‘Oopiri’, the comedy drama, Pawan Kalyan’s production ‘Sardaar Gabbar Singh’, ‘Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam’ inspired by Malayalam movie Chakkikotha chankaran, ‘Sarrainodu’ an Allu Aravind production, ‘Supreme’an action comedy, ‘A Aa’ having 7/10 imbd reading, a mature love story‘Oka Manasu’, ‘Janatha Garage’ the action drama, a Virinchi Varma directed ‘Manju’, ‘Srimanthudhu’ starring Mahesh babu and Shruti Hassan, ‘S/O Satyamurthy’ an S. Radhakrishnan production, , the box office hit ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’, A 4 Reels Production‘Legend’ and many more to his credentials. He is a great lyricist in the movie world. He received Filmfare award for best lyricist in Telugu for the song ‘Sada Siva Sanyasi’ of Mahesh Khaleja in 2010. Maa Music Award for the year 2012 gave him the best lyricist award for Endukante…Premanta. He also received the nomination at the SIIMA Award for Best lyricist for the hit song “Eega Eega Eega”. These are only a few awards for his huge hard work. But he is widely credited for his work in all the movies he has worked. Though he was an engineer by profession in his early days, he struggled hard and rose to highlight in a quick span of time. Being a famous personality in the cine industry is not that easy without any family background, he did it all by himself and earned credits. “A writer will have many inspirations and they change from time to time and at different points, there are different inspirations. But if I were to pick a father-figure, someone who has been more than a Godfather for me, it is Sirivennela Seetharama Shastri garu. I owe him a lot,” he said. Among his various songs, he likes: “Jago Jagore Jago” sang by Raghu Dixit. But the best is “Srimanthudu” because of his exceptional lyrics. He is one of the most successful lyricists of Tollywood by following the footsteps of the versatile Sirivennela creating a distinct mark for himself. He crossed his tenth year of writing with over 500 songs.

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