Chandrabose (lyricist)

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Chandrabose
Chandrabose at KL University in February 2015.JPG
Chandrabose at KL University in February 2015.
Born 10 May
Challagariga, Warangal, Telangana, India
Residence Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Alma mater Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Occupation Poet, lyricist, composer
Spouse(s) Suchitra Chandrabose
Children 2
Parents
  • K Narsaiah (father)
  • K Madanamma (mother)

Chandrabose (born Kanukuntla Subhash) is an Indian lyricist who writes songs for Tollywood films. He was also a playback singer at the start of his motion picture career. He has won a number of awards as best lyricist.

Biography[edit]

Chandrabose is from the village of Challagariga in the Warangal district in Telangana, where he completed high school.[citation needed] He earned a degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. Early in his career, he tried working as a singer in Doordarshan, without success. He then decided to switch to working as a lyricist.

His friend Srinath, who suggested the change, introduced him to the director Muppalaneni Shiva.[citation needed] Siva had already directed Gharana Alludu and was starting production on Taj Mahal. Music director M. M. Sreelekha helped him with his first movie song, "Manchu Kondalloni Chandramaa", in 1995.

Chandrabose married Suchitra, a choreographer in the Telugu film industry.

Filmography[edit]

Awards[edit]

Noted songs[edit]

  • "Nuvvu Chudu Chudakapo" ("Okato Number Kurradu")
  • "Mounamgaaney Edagamani" from Template:Na autograph sweet memories
  • "పెదవే పలికిన మాటలో తీయని మాటే అమ్మ "[citation needed]
  • "Manchu Kondallona Candramaa" (his first song, from Taj Mahal)[citation needed]
  • "Chai chatukkuna Tagara Bhai" (Mrugaraju)
  • "Chiraloni Goppatanam Telusuko" (Palla Kilo Pellikuthuru)
  • "Cheekatito Veluge Cheppenu Nenunnanani" in Nenunnanu
  • "Panchadhara Bomma Bomma" in Magadheera
  • "Namasthe Namasthe Neeku Namasthe" in Samba (2004 film)
  • "Telugu bhaasha theeyadanam" in (naaku nuvvu neeku nenu)
  • "Ekkado putti ekkado perigi" in (student no1)
  • "Jai jai ganesha jai kodatha ganesha" in (jai chiranjeeva)
  • "Inthe inthinthe inthe inthinthe" in (balu)
  • "Deshamnte matham kaadoy" in (jhummandi naadam)
  • "Aakaasham ammayaithe" in (gabbar singh)
  • "Sai ante thalli" in ( shiridi sai)
  • "నీ నవుల తెల్లదనాన్ని నాగ మల్లి అప్పడిగింది" in Aadi (film)
  • " lali lali jo lali" "(In damarukam "nagarjuna's film)"
  • " sayonara sayonara" "(in 1nenokkadine)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Winners list: 62nd Britannia Filmfare Awards (South)". The Times of India. 27 June 2015. Archived from the original on 27 June 2015. Retrieved 27 June 2015. 

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