N Chandrababu Naidu is an Indian political figure. His birthday is on April 20, 1951. He was born in Naravari Palle, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh, son of Amanamma and N. Kharjura Naidu. At the time of his birth, agriculture was the source of income of his family.

His father would do farming while his mother was a housewife. Since there was no educational facility in his village, he completed his primary and secondary education from Seshapuram and Chandragiri Government High School respectively. He did his masters in economics from S. V. College of Arts.

During his student life, he also joined Youth Congress. Though he had always been interested in politics, it was when he was doing his Ph.D. in economics under the guidance of D. L. Narayana, Andhra Pradesh's Finance Commission Chairman, did he become passionate about politics and decided to join it.

In 1978, he became a Congress member, and by the age of twenty-eight, he held the position of Technical Education and Cinematography Minister. While serving for the post he became friendly with N. T. Rama Rao, a renowned movie star, and also became a part of his family by marrying his daughter, Nara Bhuvaneshwari.

They both have a son named Nara Lokesh who is married to Nandamuri Balakrishna's daughter. After many ups and downs in his political career, he finally became the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, in the year 1994. He reduced food subsidies and many more things besides also raising the power tariffs which proved as a benefit to the state. He once again held the same post in 2014 and had since been serving Andhra Pradesh.

In 2003, he survived a landmine blast which grievously injured Telugu Desam legislator and State Information Technology Minister Bojjala Gopala Krishan Reddy and their driver.  Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, a Congress Minister, had accused him of being corrupt who was involved in various scams. But the High Court declared all the allegations against him as baseless.

He has won several awards like India Today's IT Indian of the Millennium, The Economic Times's Business Person of the Year and Time Asia's South Asian of the Year. He is also a member of the Dream Cabinet of the World Economic Forum. Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, which had joined hands with MIT School of Governance, honored him with the Aadarsh Mukhyamantri Puraskar, which means Model CM Award in English.

T Subbarami Reddy Telugu Actor

T Subbarami Reddy

Tikkavarapu Subbarami Reddy is a prominent parliamentarian, leading industrialist, filmmaker and a connoisseur of arts and cultural activities. He is born on September 17, 1943, in Nellore of Andhra Pradesh. Subbarami Reddy produced Bhagavad Gita, a Sanskrit movie, in the year 1993. T Subbarami Reddy’s parents are Tikkavarapu Babu Reddy and Rukminamma. He married Shrimati Indira Subbarami Reddy on February 6, 1966. They have two children – Pinky Reddy, a socialite and Sandeep Reddy, an industrialist. In her words, Pinky Reddy (née Aparna Reddy) describes her father as an open book. She says the siblings grew up with an artistic temperament. Pinky Reddy is a well-known humanitarian and benefactor. She is married to Sanjay Reddy, the chairperson of GVK group. Sandeep Reddy heads Gayatri Group as a Managing Director. Subbarami Reddy founded this venture, which concentrates on infrastructure development. T Subbarami Reddy often abbreviated TSR, completed schooling at the age of 14 in Nellore. He then went to Hyderabad’s Nizam College where he took B.Com course and graduated at the age of 18 as an outstanding student. He hails from a family of landlords in Nellore but passionate about business. The zeal to succeed in entrepreneurship drove him to work in Prasad & Company, a construction company that built the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam. The training program won him a Gold Medal for Best Construction in the year 1967 from Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister. After training in Prasad & Co, T. Subbarami Reddy worked for Vizag Steel Plant and was the President of Builders Federation in 1978. T Subbarami Reddy’s political innings started as a Member of Parliament (MP) in Rajya Sabha, representing the state in Indian Parliament thrice – in 2002, 1998 and 1996 from the Visakhapatnam Constituency. He held the position of Secretary for AICC (All India Congress Committee) in 2001. Eventually, he became a State Minister in the year 2008 for the Ministry of Mines. His term as a Rajya Sabha Member ends on April 9, 2020. He is the adviser of many committees including Civil Aviation (1999-2000), Road Transport and Highways (2004), Coal and Steel Committee (chair since 2009). TSR also has a hand in producing films. The first picture he presented is a Sanskrit one by the name Bhagavad Gita in 1993, which won a National Film Award. He later helped in funding the Bollywood and Tollywood films Dilwaala and Jeevana Poratam respectively in the year 1983. In 1989, TSR produced Chandini and State Rowdy. The last-mentioned movie State Rowdy, starring Chiranjeevi as the male lead, became a commercial success, and the friendship of T Subbarami Reddy and Chiranjeevi strengthened. Succeeding projects of T Subbarami Reddy are Gang Master in 1994, Lamhe in 1991 and Swami Vivekananda in 1998. He drifted towards cultural and spiritual events after producing these films. T Subbarami Reddy won many accolades due to his devotion towards the promotion of arts in the industry. Mangalore University endowed TSR with an Honorary Doctorate for his participation in social causes. Kala Tapaswi (1993), Kala Ratna (1989) and Kala Samrat (1988) are the titles given to TSR by various industries.