Saandip

Saandip is an Indian singer and actor.[1] He has given playback to Tollywood and Bollywood movies. He has acted in "Premayanamaha" and "Inkosaari". He was the first South Indian to participate in the Popular TV Show ZEE SAREGAMAPA[2] (Revived from Zee SAREGAMA) anchored by Shaan in 2003 and won many accolades from the musical geniuses of Bollywood.

Saandip
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Background information
OriginVijayawada
Andhra Pradesh, India
GenresPlayback singing
Occupation(s)Singer, actor, dubbing artist, anchor
Years active2000 – present

Early life and educationEdit

Saandip was born to B. Swami Nath and B. Janaki Nath in Vijayawada,[3] Andhra Pradesh.[4] He is the younger son in the family.

He spent his childhood in Maharashtra (Wardha, Sholapur) and Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal). He attended school in Kendriya Vidyalaya until 1991, and then until 1997 in Hyderabad, up to 12th standard. He moved to Bangalore to pursue his graduation and gained a BE in Telecommunications at the Bangalore Institute of Technology from 1997 to 2000.

Saandip took to singing as a hobby during his childhood. He developed an interest in music very early in his life, while listening to his elder brother Sirish. Because of his father's railway job, he was brought up in Maharashtra (Wardha, Sholapur) and stayed in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh from 1981 to 1991.

He moved to Hyderabad in 1991, and joined the tutelage of Dr. Shobha Raju in 1994.[5]

TV showsEdit

In 1998, Saandip gained recognition – and managed to precede to the final – through the Telugu show, "Padutha Teeyaga", which broadcast on ETV Telugu and was hosted by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam.[6]

ActorEdit

Saandip acted in Premayanamaha – Love is God. The song "America America" was received with widespread acclamation. More recently,[when?] he acted in the movie Inkosari, which is produced by "Bay Movies".

AnchorEdit

He has anchored Popular Musical TV show "Sing a Song" on Maa TV and a special musical-lyrical Ugadi episode in ETV.

MoviesEdit

As an actor

FilmographyEdit

Movie title Year
123 From Amalapuram 2005
Avunanna Kaadanna 2005
A Film by Aravind 2005
Bala 2006
Chitram 2000
Dhairyam 2005
Family Circus 2001
Hai 2002
Kalyanam 2003
Kanchanamala Cable TV 2005
Manasa 2005
Neetho Cheppalani 2003
Nikki & Neeraj 2005
NinneNinne Premincha 2002
Nuvve Nenu Nene Nuvvu 2002
Nyayam Kavali 2007
Premante Inthe 2006
Preminchanamma 2004
Priya Nuvvenakishtam 2003
Pulakintha 2006
Sandade Sandadi 2002
Toli Parichayam 2002
Aadanthe Ado Type 2003
Avunu Valliddaru Ista Paddaru! 2002
Black & White 2008
Classmates 2007
Gowri 2004
June July 2002
Kalyanam 2007
Manamiddaram 2002
Meenakshi 2005
Neeto Vastha 2003
No 2004
Nuvvu Nenu 2001
Ottu Ee Amayevaro Teleedu 2003
Premayanamaha 2003
Ramma Chilakamma 2001
Thotti Gang 2002
Tooniga 2003
Yagnam 2004
Arundhati 2009
Aravind 2 2013

[citation needed]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1] Archived 6 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Rediff Blogs". Zeesaregamapa.rediffiland.com. Archived from the original on 7 February 2012. Retrieved 8 March 2012.
  3. ^ "GUNTUR.IN (Making Life Easy) – Only Guntur District specific ads/classifieds accepted – Real estate, education, cinema tickets and many more". Vijayawada.net.in. Archived from the original on 8 March 2013. Retrieved 8 March 2012.
  4. ^ Rao, C. Narayana (13 March 2004). "Rice-rich but no major industry". The Hindu. Archived from the original on 27 July 2012. Retrieved 8 March 2012.
  5. ^ [2] Archived 5 August 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ sales@andhravilas.net (20 October 2009). "SPB for comeback through Padutha Theeyaga – Andhravilas.com -Telugu Cinema, Telugu Movies, India News & World News , Bollywood , Songs". Andhravilas.com. Archived from the original on 21 July 2012. Retrieved 8 March 2012.
  7. ^ "Inkosari". Archived from the original on 10 February 2017. Retrieved 30 June 2018.

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