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Marital Status: Unmarried
Hometown: Hyderabad
Father: M. M. Keeravani

Kaala Bhairava

Bio/Wiki
Full nameKaala Bhairava Marakathamani
Kaala Bhairava's full name mentioned on his Facebook page
Profession(s)Singer, Music Director and Actor
Known for Singing the song 'Oka Praanam' for the movie 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' in 2017
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 9”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 80 kg
in pounds- 176 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 43 Inches
- Waist: 32 Inches
- Biceps: 15 Inches
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Career
DebutFilm (child actor): Yamadonga (2007)
Kaala Bhairava as a child artist in the movie 'Yamadonga'
Playback singer: Gjijigadu for the Telugu movie Rajanna (2011)
Music Composer: Telugu Web series 'Nanna Koochi' (2018)
AwardIn 2018, he won the Best Male Playback Singer (Telugu) at 7th SIIMA for the song 'Dandalayya' from the movie Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.
Kaala Bhairava receiving Best Male Playback Singer (Telugu) at 7th SIIMA
Personal Life
Date of Birth7 August
AgeNot Known
BirthplaceHyderabad
Zodiac signLeo
NationalityIndian
HometownHyderabad
SchoolSherwood Public School, Telangana
College/UniversitySt. Mary's College, Yousufguda, Hyderabad
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Family
Wife/SpouseN/A
ParentsFather- M. M. Keeravani (music composer)
Mother- M. M. Srivalli (line producer)
Kaala Bhairava with his family
SiblingsBrother- Sri Simha Koduri (actor)
Paternal Uncle S. S. Rajamouli (director)
Kaala Bhairava

Some Lesser Known Facts About Kaala Bhairava

  • Kaala Bhairava is an Indian singer, music director, and actor who is known for predominantly working in Telugu cinema. He is best known for singing the song ‘Oka Praanam’ for the movie ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ in 2017.
  • Kaala has lent his voice to many songs in various languages including Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, and Telugu.
  • He has sung various Hindi songs including “Sapnon Ki Ek Duniya Hai” from the film Makkhi (2012), Khoya Hain (2015) from the film Baahubali: The Beginning (2015), and “Dosti” from the film RRR (2021).

    Poster of the movie 'Makkhi'

    Poster of the movie ‘Makkhi’

  • He has sung various Telugu songs including Hey Kanipettey (2013), Neetho Aithe (2016), Oo Kala (2018), Naalo Neeku (2019), and Namah Shivaya (2021).

    Poster of the song 'Naalo Neeku'

    Poster of the song ‘Naalo Neeku’

  • He has recorded many songs in the Tamil language as well. Some of them are Mella Mella Kalavu (2015), Oru Yaagam (2017), Natpu (2021), and Komuram Beemano (2021).

    Poster of the song 'Oru Yaagam'

    Poster of the song ‘Oru Yaagam’

  • He has sung various Kannada songs including Brotheru Brotheru (2018), Shivanandi (2019), Dosti (2021), and Komuram Bheemudho (2021).

    Poster of the song 'Komuram Bheemudho'

    Poster of the song ‘Komuram Bheemudho’

  • He has worked as a music composer in the films Mathu Vadalara (2019), Colour Photo (2020), Aakashavaani (2021), Karthikeya 2 (2022), and Mukhachitram (2022).

    Poster of the movie 'Colour Photo'

    Poster of the movie ‘Colour Photo’

  • In 2018, the lyrical video ‘Peniviti,’ sung by Kaala, received more than two million views in less than twenty-four hours since its release. On the success of the song, Kaala took to social media and wrote,

    Overwhelmed with the response #Peniviti is getting. Thank you all for the love. All your praises are major boosters for me. This song is lit MAINLY because of the sheer brilliance of @MusicThaman Brother and the heart touching, emotion-driven lyrics by @ramjowrites Sir.”

    Poster of the song 'Peniviti'

    Poster of the song ‘Peniviti’

  • In 2019, he debuted as a music composer with the film Mathu Vadalara in which there were no songs, but he provided the background music for the film. In an interview, he talked about how he felt working in a movie that had no songs, he said,

    I didn’t think of anything about it. When I actually heard the story, I felt that this film doesn’t need songs. That is why I didn’t have any feelings. No matter how good a song is, it doesn’t suit the story.”

    Poster of the movie 'Mathu Vadalara'

    Poster of the movie ‘Mathu Vadalara’

  • In 2019, he released his Telugu music singles Jaamu Raathiri Rekindled and Virise Virise.

    Poster of the song 'Jaamu Raathiri Rekindled'

    Poster of the song ‘Jaamu Raathiri Rekindled’

  • In 2020, Kaala donated plasma along with his father to help the people who were suffering from COVID-19.

    Kaala Bhairava while donating plasma

    Kaala Bhairava while donating plasma

  • Kaala’s father is a renowned music composer. In an interview, when he was asked how his father supported him throughout his singing journey, he said,

    He allowed me to do what I wanted in life. I do not take much of his help and go to him when I get confused. He too does not pamper and praise us. Being such a legend, he has only allowed us to grow and has given his inputs when needed.”

  • He is often featured in various newspapers.

    Kaala Bhairava featured in a newspaper

    Kaala Bhairava featured in a newspaper