Ramana Gogula

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Ramana Gogula
Birth name Ramana Gogula
Born 13 June
Origin Vizag, India
Genres Indian pop
Film music
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, model, actor, musician, record producer, engineer
Years active From 1995

Ramana Kumar Gogula (Telugu: రమణ కుమార్ గోగుల), popularly known as Ramana Gogula, is an Indian singer, songwriter, musician, and composer. In 1996 he produced the Indian pop, studio album Mysty Rhythms along with a music video - Aye Laila which became a chart buster. He then ventured into Telugu cinema. He is also an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur. His notable hits include Thammudu, Adavilo Anna, Premante Idera, Badri, and Yuvaraju. He composed the theme music for the 70th anniversary celebrations of his alma mater, Timpany School. He was also co-founder and former CEO of the company Liquid Krystal in Bangalore.[1]

Besides Telugu he has scored music for a Kannada movie, Yuvaraja, starring Shivrajkumar and a Tamil movie, Badri, which is a remake of Thammudu. Gogula is a software engineer by profession, and has worked for Sybase. He recently relocated to Hyderabad and has finished a new film called Boni.[2][3][4]

Studio albums[edit]

1996 Mysty Rhythms Indian pop
1996 Aye Laila Music video

Film music[edit]

Original score and soundtracks[edit]

1998 Premante Idera Telugu
1999 Thammudu Telugu
2000 Badri Telugu
Yuvaraju Telugu
2001 Yuvaraja Kannada
Badri Tamil
2002 Mounamelanoyi Telugu
2003 Johnny Telugu
2005 Relax Telugu
Dham Telugu
2006 Chinnodu Telugu
Lakshmi Telugu
Annavaram Telugu
2007 Yogi Telugu
Viyyalavari Kayyalu Telugu
2009 Boni Telugu
2012 Ko Ko Kannada
2013 Venkatadri Express Telugu

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