Ramana Gogula

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Ramana Gogula
Birth nameRamana Gogula
Born13 June
OriginVizag, India
GenresIndian pop
Film music
Occupation(s)Singer, Songwriter, Musician, World Music Producer, Writer, Serial Entrepreneur, VC, CEO
Years activeFrom 1995

Ramana Gogula, is an Indian singer, songwriter, musician, music director and producer of world music. In 1996 his band Misty Rhythms released the Indie Pop, studio album Aye Laila along with a Music Video which became a chart buster on major music channels like MTV and Channel[V] in India. He then ventured into Telugu cinema and composed songs and background score for around 25 films in three South Indian languages. His most notable hits include flims like, Thammudu, Premante Idera, Badri, and Yuvaraju.

With an M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute Of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, Gogula also has an M.S in Computer Science from Louisiana State University (LSU), Baton Rouge. As a serial entrepreneur, Gogula founded Startups like Liqwid Krystal in the Education Space and Earthen Glow in the Off Grid Clean Technology Lighting Space. He was also the Managing Director-South Asia for the MNC Sybase.[1] [2] [3] [4]

After working as a Venture Capitalist in the VC firms, Unitus Seed Fund and Anthill Ventures, Gogula is now the Vice President Of Clean Technology Innovation in Stanley Black & Decker. He is building a Solar Agricultural Platform to impact the lives of over 300 million farmers in India.

Studio Albums[edit]

1996 Misty Rhythms Aye Laila

Film music[edit]

Original Score And Soundtracks[edit]

Year Movie Language
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
Dhum Telugu
Aapthudu Telugu
2006 Chinnodu Telugu
Lakshmi Telugu
Annavaram Telugu
2007 Yogi Telugu
Viyyalavari Kayyalu Telugu
2009 Boni Telugu
2012 Ko Ko Kannada

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