L.V Revanth or L.V Revanth Kumar Sharma or most popularly called Revanth is a well-known playback singer of Tollywood cinema. Born in Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, India, Revanth spent his childhood in Vishakhapatnam before setting his foot in playback singing in Hyderabad. Revanth did his schooling in Bala Bhanu Vidyalayam followed by Dr. V.S Krishna Government College. He hails from an ordinary middle-class household and believes in the mantra of hard work. His first break was in the film
. A born performer, with the most beautiful voice, he has no formal training in playback singing, yet the melody never fails to enthrall all. His association with fame was sown long before when he emerged in the Fifth season of the super singer, on Maa TV alongside acclaimed singer like Geetha Madhu.
It was not until 2008 that he finally made his debut in the Tollywood industry with the song ‘Dola Dola' in ‘Vesavi Selavullo' and then lent his voice for big shots like NTR Jr,
and performed at various concerts ever since. Noted personality MM Keeravani played a major role in the shaping up of his career. The best songs of Revanth are Manohari, Andam Hindolam, ko ko kodi, Nee kosam, Chiranjeeva, Nippulanti, Nirudyog, amba dari, Nene sampoo. After achieving great fame in South, the Baahubali singer is all set to set his foot in Bollywood by taking part in the famous singing reality show
, season 9, which airs on Sony channel.
The judges this season are same as season 1 having the famous trio –
. Currently, Revanth is already in top 7, winning hearts of all three judges in spite of the tough nationwide competition. Revanth's perfect blend of melody and charm has already gained him huge fame amidst the audience. With the large fan circle in the South as well as North, he is already a star. The huge stardom of the Rockstar can be best judged from his social networking sites as well. The young singer has bagged the IIFA Utsavam for Manohari and was nominated for the best upcoming playback singer in the film called Badrinath & Maa cinema award for ‘Rajama'. Having sung more than 135 songs he will be soon seen testing his acting skills too.