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Music Guests


Sri. M. M. Keeravani

M. M. Keeravani with his orchestra is going to present a musical extravaganza at the Sambaralu. Keeravani has composed music for over 200 films in 5 languages in 18 years. He won the National Award for Best Music for Annamayya. He is also a singer. Several of his family members are well known in the film industry: his father Shivadutta, his brother Kalyani Malik, his cousin S. S. Rajamouli, etc. His Telugu musical hits include Kshana Kshanam, Seetharamayyagari Manavaralu, Gharaana Mogudu, Allari Mogudu, Aapathbandhavudu, Rajeshwari Kalyanam, Allari Priyudu, Subha Sankalpam, Pelli Sandadi, Annamayya, Gangotri, Student No.1, Simhadri, Chatrapathi, Sri Ramadasu, Vikramarkudu, Yamadonga, and Pandurangadu. He won the Nandi Award for Best Music Director 5 times and as Best Male Playback Singer once. His Hindi musical hits, under the fancy name M. M. Kreem, include Criminal, Sur, Jism, and Paheli.

SP Balasubramanyam

Padmabhushan Dr. S.P. Balasubramanyam

S.P.Balasubramanyam made his debut as a playback singer on 15 December 1966 with Sri Sri Sri Maryada Ramanna. In 1969 he recorded his first non- Telugu film Shanthi Niaiyam. Subramanyam's song Aayiram Nilavae Vaa in the Tamil film Aadimai Pen became very famous. In 1980, he received his first National Film award for Best Male Playback Singer for the Shankarabharanam.


In 1981, Subramanyam made his first break in Bollywood with film Ek Duje Ke Liye and won the National Film award for Best Male Playback Singer again. In 1990, he started work with composers like Vidyasagar, M.M.Keeravani, and S.A.Rajkumar but he famous with A. R.Rahman. Balu sang two songs for Rahman in the movie Roja.

Apart from singing and acting career, Balu has composed music for famous movie like Seethamma Pelli, Bangaru Chilaka, Naach Mayuri, Ramanna Shyamanna, Ksherasaagara, Devaralle Dane, Belliyappa Bangarappa. Balu also has opened his production house Kodandapani Film Circuits (now Captain Cine creations) and produced films like Mayuri, Subha Sankalpam, Bhamane Satya Bhamane.

S.P.Balasubramanyam has also made his career in television industry. He hosted many music shows like Paadutha Theeyaga on E-TV, Paadalani Undi on MAA TV, a Kannada show Ede Thumbi Haaduvenu on E-TV, Sunada Vinodini on TTD channel and Tamil show on JAYA TV.

Balu is also known for as voice actor. He has given his voice for many artists like Rajnikanth, K. Bhagyaraj, Mohan, Anil Kapoor, Kamal Hassan, Girish Karnad, Gemini Ganesan, and Karthik. He received Best Dubbing Artist award in the film Annamyya.

S.P.Balasubramanyam is also a social worker. He owns a charitable trust 'S. P. Sambamurthy Foundation' which helps the poor and needy.

Ghazal Srinivas

Dr. Ghazal Srinivas

Ghazal Srinivas scaled the heights of international fame as a pioneer of singing Telugu ghazals. Srinivas has developed a unique style of his own – a care free, effortless, and sonorous singing making use of only one accompaniment, a kanjeera. Through his mesmerizing concerts he enchanted the audience with over 5000 marvelous performances all over the world. He received numerous awards in recognition of his melodious ghazal singing. By singing 100 songs in 100 languages, Ghazal Srinivas entered into the Guinness World Records.


Ghazal Srinivas is well recognized for his dedication and hard work in spreading Indian tradition and human values.


Sri. Ramachari

Ramachary's musical journey started at a very young age when he used to accompany his father, a Harikatha artist, for his concerts in various villages. Blessed with a mellifluous voice which is smooth as silk, He learnt carnatic classical music from Kumari. Oruganti Leelavathi garu and light music from Shri P.V.Sai Baba garu.

He burnt midnight oil to complete training in music as well as graduation. He went on to do his B.Ed from Osmania University. Through these years, he won many accolades for his rendition of devotional songs and light music in Radio and T V shows.

Geetha Madhuri

Ms. Geetha Madhuri

Geetha Madhuri, born to Prabhakar Sastry and Lakshmi, is a South Indian playback singer. She has recorded several songs in Telugu.

Early life: She is the only daughter of her parents who are from Godavari districts and moved to Hyderabad when Geetha was very young. Her father Prabhakar Sastry works for the State Bank of Hyderabad. She initially trained under Smt. Kochharlakota Padmavati and Kiran Bedwa. She learnt light music from Ramachari, who was a finalist on a TV reality singing competition.

Geetha Madhuri's first recording was for Kulasekhar's film Premalekha Rasa, unfortunately the film has not been released. Although she sang for few movies before Chiruta, it was the song Chamka Chamka from Chiruta which got her recognition. She was suffering from a bad cold and sore throat during the recording of Chamka Chamka but it turned out to be the best song of her career.


Mr. Reventh

Revanth is a singer!! he did some good songs with his voice.He did two songs in AlluArjun&VV Vinayak combi BADRINATH. REVANTH as singer in BADRINATH (2011) (2 songs) APARTMENT (2011), GENTLEMAN (2009), GRADUATE (2010), KSD APPALRAJU (2011) ,LOKAME KOTHAGA (2010), MAA VOORI MAHARSHI (2010), PREMISTAVA (2010), RAKSHANA (2010).



Ms. Sahithi

Sahiti G is a South Indian playback singer. She has recorded several songs in Telugu both in movies and albums. Sahiti first learnt the basics of Carnatic music under her mentor Shri Tirupathi Gopala Krishna but it is her uncle jogarao from whom she learnt how to sing.

She was in top 8 in ETV's singer's challenge show Sye (2007)

She won the regional version of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa - Voice of Youth by Zee Telugu in 2008

She was one of the 12 finalists in the first season of Sony TV's singing reality show X Factor India (2011)

She is in Super Singer Spicy Series 7 on MAA TV


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