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Bekkam Venugopal was born in an agricultural family in Acchampet, Mahabub Nagar on 27th April ’74. Bekkam is the only son in the family. He did his schooling from Acchampet government school. He completed his B.Sc degree from Hyderabad. His aunt who lived in Hyderabad used to work on the sets of Padmalaya Studios. He used to watch all the Telugu and Hindi movies in his free time.
Initially, Bekkam wanted to be a director, and his inspiration was Madhur Bhandarkar (from Bollywood). After his graduation, he started a small business with a small shop near ‘Anand Cine Services’. He developed relations with the technicians and other people of the film industry. He even got a small role in the movie ‘One By Two’ in the year 1995. Bekkam got a job as a Data Entry Operator in Telugu first satellite channel Gemini T.V. Later he was promoted to Production Manager in the channel.
He met ‘Shivaji’, who had started working there as an editor in Gemini TV. After working together for 3.5 years Shivaji got a lead role in the movie ‘Shraddanjali’, while Bekkam was the Production Manager for the movie. In the year 1999, Benkkam got married to ‘Bhavitha’. They have two daughters - Manasa and Moksha. Bekkam wanted to direct “Hyderabadi Girls’ but due to insufficient funds he couldn’t do it.
Later in 2006, Shivaji asked Benkkam why didn’t he start producing movies. The idea was taken well by Bekkam and with ‘Tata Birla Madhyo Laila’ starring Shivaji his journey of a Producer started with the production house ‘Lucky Media’. The movie was a hit. He has produced 5 movies - ‘Tata Birla Madhyo Laila’ in 2006, ‘Satyabhama’ in 2007, ‘Maa Ayana Chanti Pilladu’ in 2008, ‘Brahmalokam To Yamalokam Via Bhulokam’ in 2010, ‘Mem Vayasuku Vacham’ in 2012, ‘Prema Ishq Kaadhal’ in 2013,’ Cinema Choopistha Mava’ in 2015.
His movie ‘Cinema Choopistha Mava’ is a super hit with both critical and commercial success.
Kethireddy Jagadeswara Reddy is an Indian politician and producer who has contributed to the Telugu community. Jagadeswara studied at St. Peters High School. Later, he decided to do graduation at Sri Venkateswara University in the town of Tirupati which is famous for Sri Venkateswara temple. If we go to his LinkedIn profile, he has mentioned animation and video graphics as his areas of interest. In 1980, Jagadeswara joined politics when he decided to associate with Tamil Nadu Telugu Yuva Sakthi, a youth organization which continues to protect the interests of Andhra people living in the state.
In 2015, Progressive Force of Tamil urged the government to pull down all the busts of non-Tamil personalities and leaders. When PFT announced that they would demolish the statue of the late Shoban Babu, one of the veteran Telugu film superstars. Tamil Nadu Telugu Yuva Sakthi rushed to Shoban’s Chennai residence where Jagadeswara led the protests. Alongside the leaders of the Telugu associations, Jagadeswara expressed his support to Shoban’s family in the fight against the evil forces. Eventually, the police were able to prevent the hooligans from vandalizing the statue.
When J. Jayalalitha was the chief minister, her administration introduced a law which made Tamil a compulsory subject in the government schools. Jagadeswara reacted to this by holding protests and dharnas against the chief minister. In the 2016 assembly election, Jagadeswara decided to contest the elections. He stood up against Jayalalitha in her long-time constituency RK Nagar. Jagadeswara also contested the polls from Hosur as many Telugu speaking people live there.
However, Jagadeswara could not manage to win either of the seats as AIADMK won them by a comfortable margin of votes. But Jagadeswara maintained to respect the yesteryear actress for addressing the sentiments of the Telugus staying in the state of Tamil Nadu. He referred to a controversy in which a film degraded Tenali Raman, and Jayalalitha ensured that the makers apologize for their mistakes. So, Jagadeswara opted to produce Amma Desam, a motion picture which would highlight her welfare schemes. Jagadeswara also runs a magazine “Chennaipuri Teluguvani.” Jagadeswara had been a member of Indian National Congress party.
Jagadeswara has also produced Telugu movies as well. His notable projects include Kayka, Simhasanam, Pokiri Pilla, and much more. Reddy lent his voice to the Harry Potter franchise for its Telugu-dubbed version. In 2007, he became a member of the censor board (Andhra Pradesh). Jagadeswara has often teamed up with Teja for many of his movies.
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