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07th September 2019

Gurajada Kalakshetram

An Event by V Team Entertainment Networks


Awardee
Mano (Singer)
Nagoor Babu, known by his stage name Mano, is an Indian playback singer, voice-
over artist, actor, producer, television anchor and music composer. He is a recipient
of several awards such as the Nandi Awards from the Government of Andhra
Pradesh and Kalaimamani award from the Government of Tamil Nadu. His father
Rasool, was a musician in the All India Radio, Vijayawada division and his mother
Shaheeda, was a popular Stage actress. Inspired heavily by his mother, Mano joined
the stage theater and played many historical characters which also involved singing
live songs in his own voice. He soon started taking formal training
of carnatic classical music under the vocalist Nedunuri Krishnamurthy.
Subsequently, he started his film acting career in the late 1970s and acted in about
40 movies as child artist. He featured as a supporting character in films such
as Rangoon Rowdy. He dubbed his voice for almost all Rajinikanth starrers in
Telugu. His voice became almost synonymous with Rajinikanth and was in great
demand by all the directors and producers. He also dubbed his voice for Kamal
Haasan in some movies in Telugu.
Mano is hosting Manathodu Mano - a musical talk show in Jaya TV. He is also one of the permanent
musical reality show Airtel Super Singer Junior along with Chitra and Malgudi Subha. He also co-judges the
musical show Idea Super Singer on Maa TV. The year was 1994. The song on everyone's lips was `Muqabla
Muqabla' from the film `Kaadhalan, (music by A. R. Rahman). Suddenly everyone was talking about
playback singer Mano who had finally arrived and hit big time. For Mano long considered a clone or carbon
copy of S. P. Balasubramaniam the song proved to be the turning point of his career and gave him a well
deserved break. There has been no looking back since then and hit after hit followed with ``Thillana in
Muthu, (music by A. R. Rahman,) and a string of hits in `Ullathai Alli Tha ``Azhagiya Lailaa, I love you
love you, ``Adi Anarkali. Music by Sirpi. With a track record of 16,700 songs in 15 languages Mano with
his robust voice, that has body, that emanates from his lungs and traipses across the octaves with effortless
ease, not to forget a range and versatility that is amazing is currently riding the crest of a wave of success.
About the songs in Ullathai Alli Tha Mano says Sirpi tried composing something different and all the songs
have become hits. Some of the songs like the `Azhagiya Laila' have an Arabic flavour of the `Aye Shabbha'
song .Mano believes that the success of a song depends to a great deal on team work.
Awards:

 Mano received the prestigious "Kalaimaamani" Award from the Government of Tamil Nadu

 State Award of Tamil Nadu for the song "Thuliyela" from Chinna Thambi.

1991 - Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Male Playback - For Various films.

1997 - Film fare Award for Best Male Playback Singer - Telugu - Ruku Ruku Rukmini - Pelli

He has also been awarded by many popular cultural associations in India.

He received the Gold Bracelet and "Gana Samrat" from APNA foundation Atlanta, USA on 14 April 2008

He got Dr.Ghantasala award from Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh


Chief Guest
Saluri Koteswara Rao (Koti)
Saluri Koteswara Rao (also known as Koti) is an Indian composer notable for his work in the South Indian film industry. He has composed
music for more than 475 movies in Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada. The son of music director Saluri Rajeswara Rao. He won Nandi Award for
Best Music Director for the film Hello Brother (1994). He started his music career as an assistant to music director K. Chakravarthy Composers
like Mani Sharma and A. R. Rahman worked as assistants with Koti during the initial part of their career.
Solo Filmography

Amma Donga (1995) Alluda Majaka (1995) Gadibidi Aliya (1995) Love Game (1995) Bhale Bullodu (1995)
Rikshavodu (1995) Sankalpam (1995) Aayanaki Iddaru (1995) Telugu Veera Levara (1995) Tapassu (1995)
Ketu Duplicatu (1995) Peddarayudu (1995) Subhamasthu (1995) Pellaala Rajyam (1996) Vamsanikokkadu (1996)
Sarada Bullodu (1996) Akkada Ammayi Ikkada Abbayi (1996) Hello Mogudu Bhale Pellam (1996) Jeevanadhi (1996, Kannada) Jeet (1996) (Hindi;)
Hello Neeku Naaku Pellanta (1996) Akka Bagunnava (1996) Nayudu Gaari Kutumbam (1996) Soggadi Pellam (1996) Intlo Illalu Vantintlo
Priyuralu (1997) Peddannayya (1997) Muddula Mogudu (1997) Hitler (1997) Subhakankshalu (1997)
Chelikaadu (1997) Chilakkottudu (1997) Collector Gaaru (1997) Abbaygari Pelli (1997) Bobbili Dora (1997)
Gokulamlo Seetha (1997) Korukunna Priyudu (1997) Maa Nannaki Pelli (1997) Pelli Chesukundam (1997) Priya O Priya (1997)
Priyamaina Srivaru (1997) Jai Bajarangbali (1997) Jagadeka Veerudu (1997) Judwaa (1997) Taraka Ramudu (1997)
Yuvaratna Raana(1998) Khaidi Gaaru (1998) Prema Pallaki (1998) Mee Aayana Jagratha (1998) Shrivaarante Maavare (1998)
Kanyadanam (1998) Gillikajjalu (1998) Maavidaakulu (1998) Pavitra Prema (1998) Snehitulu (1998)
Shrimati Vellosta (1998) Pape Naa Pranam (1998) Shubhavaarta (1998) Sooryavansham (1999) Ramasakkanodu (1999)
Chinni Chinnni Aasa (1999) Sultan (1999) Pilla Nachchindi (1999) Krishna Babu (1999) Vamshoddharakudu (2000)
Oke Maata (2000) Okkadu Chaalu (2000) Chala Bagundi (2000) Goppinti Alludu (2000) Nuvve Kavali (2000)
Veedekkadi Mogudandi (2001) Prema Sandadi (2001) Naalo Unna Prema (2001) Maduve Aagona Baa (2001 Darling Darling (2001Nuvvu
Naaku Nachav (2001) Repallelo Radha (2001) Adhipathi (2001) June July (2002) Manamiddaram (2002)
Sandade Sandadi (2002) Nuvve Nuvve (2002) Bahala Chennagide (2002) Hai (2002) Vijayam (2003)
Ela Cheppanu (2003) Maa Bapu Bommaku Pellanta (2003) Naalo Unna Prema (2004) Vijayendra Varma (2004) Gowri (2004) Rowdy
Aliya (2004; Kannada) Anandamanandamaye (2004) Malliswari (2004) Shweta Nagu (2004) Preminchukunnam Pelliki Randi (2004)
Dost (2004) Mr. Erra Babu (2005) Nayakudu (2005 Nuvvante Naakishtam (2005) Ganga (2006)
Premante Inte (2006) Notebook (2006) Gopi – Goda Meedha Pilli (2006) Classmates (2007) Mee Sreyobhilashi (2007)
Podarillu (2007) Aalayam (2008) Blade Babji (2008) Ek Police (2008) Kousalya Supraja
Rama (2008) Manorama (2009) Nachchav Alludu (2009) Arundhati (2009) Aa Intlo (2009)
Target (2009) Neramu Siksha (2009) Bendu Apparao R.M.P (2009) Aalasyam Amrutam (2010) Brammigaadi Katha (2011)
Anaganaga O Dheerudu (2010) Raaj (2011) K S D Appalaraju(2011) Kshetram (2011) Mugguru (2011)
Aha Naa Pellanta! (2011) Onamalu (2012) Hitudu (2015) Mama Manchu Alludu Kanchu (2015)
Highlights of the Event:

Singer Rachana, Singer


Singer Mano and Hanuman, Singer Baby
Music Director Koti and many other
Renowned Singers who
on the Same Dias performed in Television

Sizzling Dance Mind blowing


Performances Special Acts

Elite Families of Wide Media


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