Amar Singh is a politician from Uttar Pradesh. He was the most prominent name in the Samajwadi Party, but Singh left the party due to some internal tensions and issues among the members of the Party. Before this, he was a member of the Rajya Sabha and the general secretary of the Samajwadi Party. Amar is quite infamous, because of the numerous corruption cases that are ruling against him.

Amar was born on 27 January, 1956, in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, India. He studied at St. Xavier’s College in Kolkata and married Pankaja Kumari Singh. He has two daughters. Amar joined politics and entered the Samajwadi Party. He came into limelight when the UPA government became a minority, because the Communist Party of India withdrew from the alliance in the support of Nuclear Accords with the United States of America. The Samajwadi Party came in front, joined hands with the UPA government, and pledged support, along with its 39 members.

Singh was elected to the Rajya Sabha in 1996, and was part of the Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Finance. During 1999-2001, he was a member of the Committee on the Provision of Computers to Members of the Rajya Sabha, and was also a member of the Joint Committee on Central Vigilance Commission Bill. From 1999 to 2000, Amar was part of the Committee on Prevention of Money Laundering Bill, and a member of the Consultative Committee for Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. From April 2001-2002, he was a member of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Stock Market Scam, and later on, Singh became a member of the Committee on Petitions. In 2003, after getting re-elected to the Rajya Sabha, he became a member of the Committee on Privileges from 2003-2004. In 2004, he became a member of the Business Advisory Committee and General Purposes Committee.

Amar has been involved in several controversies, which are all related to him. He was probing in the Batla House Encounter case in 2008, and donated a check of Rs. 10 Lakhs to the family of a deceased police officer, Mohan Chand Sharma, who was a casualty during the encounter. Rumors surfaced that the check got bounced. Amar has also accused the BSP leader and then Chief Minister of the state of kidnapping 6 MP’s of their party and keeping them as hostages in Uttar Pradesh Bhavan. A chargesheet by the Delhi Police has been filed in his name, accusing him of giving bribes to the MP’s of the Bharatiya Janata Party, in 2008.

Recently, he has been in the news, because Amar has voluntarily resigned from all the posts of the Samajwadi Party as of 6 January, 2010, and was later expelled, along with Jaya Prada, by Mulayam Singh Yadav on 2 February, 2010. He has formed another party by the name of Rashtriya Lok Manch, but lost badly in the polls and could not win a single seat.

C Kalyan Telugu Actor

C Kalyan

C. Kalyan is a producer in the Telugu and Tamil film industry. A strong believer of versatility, Kalyan possesses the ability convince and make people stick to the project at hand. He started out his career by working as an assistant director to well-noted directors of the time. His debut in the field came with the movie, “Bavagaru”, starring Suman and directed by Satyamurthy. He became one of the noteworthy people in the industry by producing movies with a certain flair to them such as “Chandamaama”, starring Navdeep and Kajal Agarwal and directed by Krishna Vamsi. The movie was a huge box-office hit and was remade in both Tamil and Kannada in 2009. Various other movies such as “Vaddu Bava Thappu”, starring Dr. Rajendra Prasad, “Khaleja”, starring Mahesh Babu and “Yeto Vellipoindi Manasu”, starring Nani and Samantha were some of his most successful projects. His recent releases are “Jyothilakshmi”, starring Charmi and “Uttama Villain”, starring Kamal Haasan. He is the owner of the production house, CK Entertainments, whose latest film is “Loafer”, starring Varun Tej and directed by Puri Jagannadh. The movie is about a wayward son who was taken away from his mother by his father. His father tells the son that his mother is dead. The boy later finds out that his mother is alive and is related to the heroine. The movie took an entirely different turn from the usual commercial films that are usually released. It came out to be a blockbuster hit and is counted as a hat-trick for the newly introduced actor, Varun Tej. Kalyan was appointed as the president of South India Film Chamber of Commerce, which is the base for the South Indian film industry for two terms in a row. He is the secretary of the Film Federation of India. C Kalyan was born in the village of Talamanchi in Nellore district. His parents are C Kotayya Naidu and Venkata Subamma. He studied at the Rama Krishna Junior College and had undertaken graduation at Nellore VRC College. Kalyan is also known around for his contribution to charity. He started a 5 lakh health insurance scheme for the member of South Indian film industry. His helping hand to some struggling producers is well known around in the industry.


K Chandrashekara Rao

K. Chandrashekara Rao is the current and also the first Chief Minister of Telangana state. He was born on 17th February,1954 in Chintamadaka village, Medak district, Telangana. Rao achieved a Masters degree in the field of Literature from Osmania University, located in Hyderabad. He is also the President of a regional party in India, Telangana Rastra Samithi. He was the Member of Legislative Assembly from Siddipet, Mahbubnagar, and Karimnagar. At present, he is the Member of Legislative Assembly from the district of Medak in Telangana. He took oath as the Chief Minister in the year 2014. Rao began his career with the Congress party in his district, Medak. He joined the Telugu Desam Party in 1983 and contested elections against A. Madan Mohan. However, he lost the election. But he did not give up; rather he went on with his hard work. He won four elections between the years 1985 to 1999 from Siddipet in Andhra Pradesh. For three years, he also worked as the Minister of Relief and also Droughts in Rama Rao’s ministry. In the year 2011, Rao launched Telangana Rashtra Samiti. In the 2004 elections, he won the Siddipet constituency of Assembly and also the Karimnagar constituency of Lok Sabha as a TRS member. In the 2004 general elections, TRS campaigned against the Indian National Congress. Rao and five other TRS candidates returned as Members of the Parliament. TRS was a constituent of the United Progressive Alliance coalition government, which was lead by the Indian National Congress. The party later withdrew stating that the Alliance disapproved of a separate Telangana state. He then became the Labour and Employment Minister. In 2014, TRS emerged as the party having the highest vote share, and Rao took oath as the Chief Minister of the new state. Rao married Shobha and is blessed with two children. His son Rama Rao is a politician from the district of Karimnagar. His nephew, Harish is the Minister for Irrigation, Urban Development, and Legislative Affairs. Rao is criticized for bringing all his family members in politics because they are family. He is also denounced for spending crores of money to satisfy his superstitious beliefs instead of promoting public welfare. He is also famous for using vulgar words against other political leaders. He also cheated the Dalits by promising them to make a person of low caste the Chief Minister of Telangana in order to acquire more votes. Rao is a recipient of CNN-IBN Indian of the Year based on Popular Choice in 2014.

K Chandrashekara Rao Telugu Actor