Sri Kommineni

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Background information
Born c. 1966
Origin Andhra Pradesh, India
Died 18 April 2015
(aged 49)
Hyderabad, India
Genres Trendy
Occupation(s) Film composer, music director
Instruments Vocals, guitar, keyboard
Years active 1966-2015(49 Years)

Sri Kommineni (born Kommineni Srinivasa Chakravarthi, Sep 13th 1966) was an Indian Film composer playback singer, and television presenter, known for his works in Telugu cinema.[1][2] [3] He is the son of veteran Music composer K. Chakravarthy. He was the lead anchor for the 1995 show Anthyakshari aired in Gemini TV. He lend his vocals for "Jagamanta Kutumbam Naadi" from the movie Chakram released in 2005.[4] He is best known for his compositions in super-hits such as Money Money, Little Soldiers, Sindhooram, Anaganaga Oka Roju, Aavida Maa Aavide, Gaayam and Ammoru.[5][6] [7] [8]


He did his BE in industrial engineering from Manipal University.[9][10] [11]


He died due to kidney related ailment on 18 April 2015 in Hyderabad. [12]


Private albums[edit]

  • Hai Rabba - Starring Smitha