Rakendu Mouli is one of the most versatile artists of the Telugu film industry as he is a lyric writer, singer, music composer and also does dubbing for movies. He is the youngest son of ‘ Vennelakanti Vennelakanti Rajeswara Prasad is an Indian lyricis >> Read More... Vennelakanti ’, who himself was a lyric writer and a famous music composer. Rakendu’s mother was a lover of music as well but due to tough circumstances, could not pursue it. Hence, Rakendu fulfilled his dream. His father was originally from the city of Nellore and mother was from Guntur city. In his early twenties, he took Bharata Natyam and Carnatic vocal classes and learned it for a period of nine years.

His elder brother is ‘ Shashank Vennelakanti Shashank Vennelakanti is a South Indian celebrity >> Read More... Shashank Vennelakanti ’, who is a dialogue writer. He writes for dubbing movies. Rakendu is proud of his talented family. He says whenever he has any doubt; he doesn’t hunt for the solution. His father has an answer for everything. He is an encyclopedia of the Telugu industry. His brother helps him to stay in touch with all the latest changing trends of the film line. Rakendu calls the film “Sagara Sangamam” as his inspiration. When he saw the movie, he started admiring ‘ Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan is the most versatile actor that Indi >> Read More... Kamal Haasan ’ and the art of singing and dancing. He was just in the fifth standard then. Though he was good at studies, yet he chose the film line. He used to take part in extra-curricular activities and his family always supported him. He won various prizes for his talent in school and college.

His career in the industry began as a singer, and he sang for many films like “Shopping Mall”, “Awara”, “ Rakshasudu Click to look into! >> Read More... Rakshasudu ”, “Priya Priyathama”, “Dare”, etc. His debut film as a singer was “Andala Rakshasi”, which is a Telugu romance film directed and written by ‘ Hanu Raghavapudi Hanu Raghavapudi is a screen writer and director. >> Read More... Hanu Raghavapudi ’. People were always amazed at the trio: Vennelakanti, Shashank, and Rakendu. All were highly talented and did great work in the industry. Rakendu used to help his brother in dialogue writing. He always wanted to do something different and think out of the box. His journey has just begun and wants to do a lot more. He has sung for around twenty-five movies and composed music for the movies as well.

Madhu Priya Telugu Actress

Madhu Priya

Madhu Priya is a Telangana folk singer, who mainly works in the Telugu film industry. She was born on August 26, 1997, to Sujatha and Peddinti Mallesh. When she was young, her parents had moved to Hyderabad from Karimnagar. She rose to fame after singing the song, Adapillanamma Nenu Adapilanani on Maa TV’s Idea Super Singer. In October 2015, Madhu Priya got married to a businessman named Srikanth at an early age. The marriage was against her parents’ wishes and insists that she was still a minor at the time of her marriage. Allegedly, she just fell in Srikanth’s trap, but Madhu insisted that her parents were making lies. Surprisingly, five months after her marriage, she filed a case against her husband and stated that Srikanth is harassing her for dowry. Based on the reports, Srikanth has been threatening her and her family. However, he opposed that statement and stated that he went to the house of Madhu’s parents after they called him to resolve the issues and save their marriage. But Srikanth claimed that Madhu’s family beat him soon after he reached their house. Later, the couple had counseling by the Humayaun Nagar Police, which eventually led Madhu to withdraw her complaint. She stated that she was just misguided by her parents, who asked her to file a complaint against her husband. Madhu and Srikanth reunite while Madhu’s father got arrested after he and some relatives had beaten a 30-year old businessman, whom they thought was Srikanth.

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Ghazal Srinivas

Born an artist, metamorphosed into an activist artist. While fame and money are an accompaniment of fellows in the limelight, an ancient 'frame drum' or 'Kanjura' is his only. Often credited with popularising Telugu ghazals to the power of infinity after his debut visit and performance in the USA in 1992. His inspiration was Dr C Narayan Reddy. Also called the 'Voice of Inspiration' he plays vocals and frame drums and also has a soft corner for languages. He is the proud owner of three Guinness Book of World Records for most languages sung in 2008 which is 25 songs in 125 global dialects as a supporter and propagator of Gandhian philosophy and by doing 55 concerts in 24 hours. Ghazal Srinivas was born as Kesiraju Srinivas on fourteenth day of October in 1966 in Andhra Pradesh. He was always a part of the group formed with a noble cause. He started his wonderful journey with a noble cause; he did his debut performance in “Satya Saibaba Seva Samithi Eye Camp”. Ghazal Srinivas started as a singer in an orchestra but soon realised that he was much more than a mimic. After completing graduation, he joined Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan as music assistant where he continued learning from Guru Jwalamaamiba who was the music teacher there. A compliment from the idol is like seeing a beautiful dream. His dream came true when Dr C Narayan Reddy declared him as his "Ghazal Manasa Puturudu". A famous journalist and writer Mr A B Subba Rao once addressed him as Ghazal Srinivas, and since then he is recognised in the same manner. His entire life he went on learning skills which could improve his performance and now when he is a representative of Telugu ghazals, his unique style beautifully combines whatever he has learnt until now. He composes ghazals, in Hindustani and Carnatic Ragas and with his theatrics skills along with the creative application of Harikatha and Burrakatha recital proficiency. Moreover, his dress-up and a smile intact on his face add to the beauty of listening to his concerts. His area of creativity goes from music to drama. He played lead and notable roles in a couple of movies and then went on to concentrate more on his music. It also goes to writing. He has written plays titled “Fourth Monkey, Waiting for Mahatma”, “Trust”, “Black Dream”, “Param Veer Chakra” etc. He also had a hand in the Indo-Pak peace march in 2005. He released an audio album “Shanthi Yatra” which became famous in Pakistan and Pakistan youth were motivated towards Indo-Pak friendship by him. He also used music as a tool when he was an advisor for rural development wherein he gave his 100% to make complete use of his position. It takes long hours of practise, self-containment, talent, patience and discipline to become a great and renowned artist but it takes only a huge heart to channelize that artistry in providing the needs to the needy; and he has the thought that every artist has a social responsibility to fulfil. But Ghazal Srinivas went a couple of steps further by sharing his talents with the inmates of jail who are often neglected by the society. He along with Harmony Concepts had five rounds of his concerts in phase one of the program wherein he customised his ghazals coordinating moral teachings with music. Most of all, the people felt free following the program their ears, as well as their, were uplifted. It was as if in that moment they forgot what their crimes were and all of them were united under one tag of humanity by his charming voice. He also introduced certificate courses on Satyagraha Philosophy. Presently, he is serving as Honorary Brand Ambassador for “Save Temples Mission” and honorary advisor for Lions International and Rotary Club of Vijayawada. His fame in the foreign land is not less known. He is the Brand Ambassador of North America Telugu Society in the USA.

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Ghazal Srinivas Telugu Actor