Kalyan Koduri

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Kalyan Koduri
Born Kalyan Koduri[1]
Residence Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Nationality India
Other names Kalyan Malik, Sri Kalyan Ramana
Occupation Singer and Composer
Years active 2003–present
Spouse(s) Uma Koduri
Children 1
Relatives See Koduri family

Kalyan Koduri[2] a.k.a. Kalyani Malik is an Indian film music director and playback singer in Telugu cinema. Since achieving recognition through Chandra Sekhar Yeleti's film Aithe, Kalyan has provided musical scores for many other films. His most recent works are composing for Oohalu Gusagusalade and sound supervisor for Baahubali: The Beginning.

Personal life[edit]

Born to Siva Shakti Dutta and Bhanumathi, he was brought up in Chennai along with his brother M. M. Keeravani and cousins S. S. Rajamouli and M. M. Srilekha. Kalyan has always been close to music and cinema. At a very young age, his inclination to music made him start assisting his brother M. M. Keeravani. His uncle Vijayendra Prasad is a popular script writer in the Telugu film industry.


Kalyan Koduri[3][4] started off as a chorus singer with his brother M. M. Keeravani's compositions. Later, it was with the song "Sannajaji Poova" from Yuvaratna, composed by his brother, that he was noticed as a full fledged singer. After singing quite good number of songs for his brother, he started assisting his brother and learned the nuances of music composing. After gaining experience, his journey as a solo music director started with jingles, TV serials and finally the entry to the silver screen happened with Aithe, which instantly got him into the limelight. This was follow by hit albums such as Ashta Chemma, Ala Modalaindi, Golconda High School and Oohalu Gusagusalade.[5]



  • 2014 - Song of The Year - Em sandeham ledu
  • 2014 - Album of The Year - Oohalu Gusagusalade
  • 2014 - Best Playback singer Male - Kalyan Koduri
  • 2014 - Music Composer of The Year - Kalyan Koduri
  • 2014 - Best Listener's choice - Em Sandehamledu


Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Notes
2003 Aithe
2003 Naam Tamil film
2004 Manasu Maata Vinadu
2005 Andhrudu
2006 Boss - I Love You
2006 Valliddari Vayasu Padahare
2006 Amrutha Varsham
2008 Ashta Chemma
2010 Ala Modalaindi
2011 Golconda High School
2012 Adhinayakudu
2013 Anthaku Mundu Aa Taruvatha[7]
2014 Oohalu Gusagusalade[8][9] Won Mirchi Music Awards South 2014
*Song of the year
Album of the year
Lyricist of The Year
Best Playback singer Male
Best Playback singer female
Music Composer of The Year
Listeners' Choice Awards.
2015 Bandipotu
2015 Hora Hori
2016 Kalyana Vaibhogame
2016 Jyo Achyutananda
2018 Ammammagari Illu


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