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Anuj Gurwara
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Born 9th June, 1981
Other name(s) RJ Anuj, RJ Recharge Anuj
Occupation Playback Singer, Radio Jockey, MC, Voice Over Artist, Actor

Anuj Gurwara (born June 9, 1981), is an award-winning Playback Singer, Radio Jockey, Actor, Voice Over artist and Master of Ceremonies. He is most popularly known as "RJ Recharge Anuj" and playback singer of Panchadara Bomma, the superhit song from the film, Magadheera.

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Early life

Anuj comes from a family of educators. His father, Yogendra K Gurwara, and mother, Jyoti Gurwara, are teachers and run a school, Sherwood Public School, in Hyderabad, India. The family made Hyderabad their home in 1982. Anuj has one elder brother, Amol Gurwara.

Anuj did his schooling in Sherwood and later, graduated in Psychology and Advertising from Nizam College, Hyderabad.[1] He was an active part of Arts and Music in school and college. Anuj's interests were constantly encouraged and at an early age, he displayed tremendous potential.

Career

Anuj started his career in entertainment as a copywriter. Fresh out of college in 2001, he joined a BPO but that didn't excite him. After quitting in a few months, he worked as a copywriter for a couple of advertising agencies. It was then, that he came in contact with Dramatic Circle Hyderabad, a Hyderabad based theatre group. Having worked in a production with them, Anuj realised that entertainment was what he wanted to do.

Acting

In 2003, while pursuing acting, Anuj got a call from Nagesh Kukunoor for Hyderabad Blues 2: Rearranged Marriage.[2]

After this, Anuj auditioned for Sekhar Kammula. Sekhar had won the National Film Award for his directorial debut in Dollar Dreams. He cast Anuj as the 2nd lead for his film Anand, which released in 2004.

Anand was a massive hit and Anuj received good reviews for his part.[3][4]

Radio

In 2005, Anuj auditioned for All India Radio, just to give it a shot. He was selected and started hosting music-based shows on Yuvavani.

Following All India Radio, Anuj worked for Radio Biryani, a private radio program setup that aired on the AIR frequency.[5][6]

That year, Anuj was awarded Best RJ (Hindi) for his show, Naach Meri Jaan.[7]

Radio City 91.1

Anuj's joined Radio City 91.1FM in 2006. The station was setting up in Hyderabad, one of the first private FM stations in the city.[8]

Anuj began hosting an evening drive time show, Recharge, six days a week, from 8 pm to 11 pm. He played popular Hindi music and maintained high energy, wit and humor throughout the three hours. The show was a hit right in its early days. It struck a chord with the evening listenership that would drive back from work, and as Anuj would say, "recharge" their batteries on their way home. Anuj enjoyed immense popularity through the show. The name stuck with him and he is fondly called RJ "Recharge" Anuj to this day.

Anuj shifted to the 5–9 pm time slot after a year, yet, commanded a dedicated listenership in Hyderabad. Owing to his personal connect and popularity with listeners, he was awarded "No.1 RJ across All-India Radio City" for the year 2006-07.

Anuj was soon shifted to the morning show, The Radio City Breakfast Show, from 7 am to 11 am, where he, with Shraddha, gave a fun and energetic start to the day. The chirpy, positive and friendly banter between them had Hyderabad tuned in every morning.

It was in February 2008 that Anuj was awarded "India's Best Radio Host for 2007-08" in a nationwide search.[9]

Anuj quit Radio City in July 2008, after the station changed its language mix to a more regional sound,

Playback Singing

On 28 June 2009, Anuj debuted as playback singer. Under the music direction of Mr M. M. Keeravani, he sang a song, Panchadara Bomma, for the Telugu film, Magadheera, starring Megastar Chiranjeevi's son, Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Aggarwal and Srihari. Lyrics by Chandrabose. Directed by S.S. Rajamouli and produced by Allu Aravind, Magadheera is the most expensive Telugu film yet.

One of the most technically brilliant films from South India, Magadheera, released on July 31, 2009, turned out to be the biggest hit of all time in the Telugu film industry. Smashing box office records and raking in collections across the world, Magadheera is a benchmark for the entire South Indian film industry.

Along with the success of the film, the song, Panchadara Bomma, grew to be a massive hit and established Anuj as a fresh new voice in the world of music.[10][11][12][13][14]

S.S. Rajamouli, the director of Magadheera stated in an article - "I opine that Panchadara Bomma is the best song in my career".[15]

The song was also declared Top Telugu Song of the year 2009 by various media channels, including newspapers, FM radios and television channels, winning awards across various platforms. [16]

Voice Over

Anuj also works as a freelance Voice Over Artist and script writer, for various ad films, radio spots, documentaries, films, training modules and e-learning projects.

In 2009, Anuj became part of India's first ever PlayStation 2 game, Hanuman, as the voice of Hanuman in Hindi and English.

Master of Ceremonies / Compere

Being an RJ and an actor, Anuj diversified himself as an MC. From hosting formal events to large parties and concerts, Anuj has established himself as one of the most popular Master of Ceremonies in Hyderabad. He has hosted events, big and small, for a large number of corporate companies and Event Managers.

Theatre

Anuj has been an active theatre actor in Hyderabad since 1999, as part of various Theatre productions. He has showcased his talent as an actor and received positive reviews for his performance.[17][18][19][20]

Television

In February 2006, Anuj became a VJ with SS Music. He won the VJ Factor 2, a hunt for VJs in South India. Out of about 5000 people who competed, Anuj was one of the four winners.[21][22]

It was a short-lived role as Anuj got an opportunity in Radio City, Hyderabad soon after.

Writing

Anuj has also been a freelance Copywriter and Content Developer for various design and advertising agencies. He writes a weekly coloumn for The New Indian Express, Hyderabad titled - Tuning In.

Filmography

Year Film Role Director Cast
2004 Hyderabad Blues 2: Rearranged Marriage Azam Nagesh Kukunoor Nagesh Kukunoor, Tisca Chopra
Anand Rahul Sekhar Kammula Raja, Kamalinee Mukherjee

Discography

Year Film Song Language Co-Singer Music Director Lyricist Film Director Cast Producer
2009 Magadheera Panchadara Bomma Telugu Reeta M. M. Keeravani Chandrabose S.S. Rajamouli Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Aggarwal Allu Aravind - Geetha Arts
Pravarakhyudu Emaipoyano (O My Love) Telugu Shivani M. M. Keeravani Chaitanya Prasad Madan Jagapati Babu, Priyamani Ganesh Indhukuri / Tolly2Holly Films

Awards & Recognition for Singing

Year Song (Film) Language Music Director Award / Recognition Awarded By
2009 Panchadara Bomma (Magadheera) Telugu MM Keeravani Top Telugu Song of the year 2009 Sakshi Telugu Daily
Best Playback Singer (Male) 2009 Radio City 91.1FM
Best Song of the Year 2009 Radio City 91.1FM
Best Song of the Year 2009 Big 92.7FM
Best Song of the Year 2009 Radio Mirchi 98.3FM
Best Upcoming Singer of the Year 2009 Big 92.7 Ugadi Music Awards
Best Love Song of the Year 2009 Big 92.7 Ugadi Music Awards

Radio Shows

Year Station Show Name Time
2005 All India Radio Yuvavani English Mon-Sat 8 pm-11 pm
2005 Radio Biryani Naach Meri Jaan
Aashiq Awara
2006-2008 Radio City 91.1FM Recharge! Mon-Sat 8 pm-11 pm
City Joyride Mon-Sat 5 pm-7 pm
The Radio City Breakfast Show Mon-Sat 7 am-11 am
The Great Indian Countdown Saturdays, 7 pm-9 pm

Awards & Recognition for Radio

Year Award / Recognition Awarded By For
2005 Best RJ (Hindi) Radio Lovers Association of Hyderabad Radio Biryani
2007 Best RJ (Male) - All India Radio City stations Radio City 91.1fm Radio City 91.1fm
2008 India's Best Radio Host Radio Duniya Magazine Radio City 91.1fm

External links

References

  1. ^ "Anuj Gurwara's official site". http://www.anujalltheway.com/content/view/22/28/. 
  2. ^ http://in.rediff.com/movies/2004/jul/01hyd.htm|title=Movie review on Rediff
  3. ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anand_(2004_film)|title=Wikipedia article on Anand
  4. ^ http://www.totaltollywood.com/reviews/reviews.php?review=anand|title=Total Tollywood review of Anand
  5. ^ http://www.televisionpoint.com/news/newsfullstory.php?id=1128728757|title=Article on Radio Biryani
  6. ^ http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2006/01/30/stories/2006013001390100.htm|title=Article in The Hindu on Radio Biryani
  7. ^ http://www.hinduonnet.com/2005/12/15/stories/2005121517760200.htm|title=Award at Radio Biryani
  8. ^ http://www.indiantelevision.com/headlines/y2k6/may/may333.htm|title=Article on Radio City Hyd Launch
  9. ^ http://www.radioduniya.in/articles/article-details.asp?articleid=48&typ=Cover%20Story&fm=3&yy=2008|title=Radio Duniya Awards
  10. ^ http://www.radioandmusic.com/content/editorial/news/rj-anuj-turns-singer-with-magadheera
  11. ^ http://www.hindu.com/mp/2009/07/01/stories/2009070150310100.htm
  12. ^ http://www.greatandhra.com/ganews/viewnews.php?id=15357&scat=4
  13. ^ http://www.andhraheadlines.com/Movies/BrowseArticle.aspx?tab=5&ArtID=48066
  14. ^ http://www.cinegoer.com/telugu-cinema/news-archives/august-2009/rahul-is-anooj-guruwara-100809.html
  15. ^ http://www.idlebrain.com/movie/postmortem/magadheera.html
  16. ^ http://epaper.sakshi.com/epapermain.aspx?queryed=1&eddate=12/25/2009&+edcode=1
  17. ^ http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/thscrip/print.pl?file=2008042950620400.htm&date=2008/04/29/&prd=mp&|title=Review of Habeas Corpus
  18. ^ http://www.deccanherald.com/Content/Mar292008/metrosat2008032859913.asp|title=Deccan Heral, Bangalore
  19. ^ http://bangalore.metblogs.com/2008/03/19/vaishali-bisht-theatre-workshop-at-ranga-shankara/|title=Review of Write, Rite and Right
  20. ^ http://www.thehindu.com/mp/2008/03/18/stories/2008031850690400.htm|title=The Hindu review of Write, Rite and Right
  21. ^ http://www.hindu.com/2006/02/06/stories/2006020613700200.htm|title=Report on VJ Factor 2 in The Hindu, Chennai
  22. ^ http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2006/02/22/stories/2006022201040100.htm|title=Article on VJ Factor 2 winners in The Hindu, Hyderabad
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Anuj Gurwara
Born June 9, 1981 (1981-06-09) (age 29)
Other names RJ Anuj, Singer Anuj
Occupation Playback Singer, radio jockey, MC, actor, voice actor

Anuj Gurwara (born June 9, 1981), is a Filmfare Award winning Indian playback singer, radio jockey, actor, voice-over artist and master of ceremonies. He is most popularly known as the singer of the popular song "Panchadara Bomma" from Magadheera.

Contents

Early life

Anuj comes from a family of educators. His father, Yogendra K Gurwara, and mother, Jyoti Gurwara, are teachers and run a school, Sherwood Public School in Hyderabad, India.[citation needed] The family made Hyderabad their home in 1982. Anuj has one elder brother, Amol Gurwara.

Anuj did his schooling in Sherwood and later, graduated in Psychology and Advertising from Nizam College, Hyderabad.[1] He was an active part of Arts and Music in school and college. Anuj's interests were constantly encouraged and at an early age, he displayed tremendous potential.[citation needed]

Career

Anuj started his career in entertainment as a copywriter. Fresh out of college in 2001, he joined a BPO but that didn't excite him. After quitting in a few months, he worked as a copywriter and Content Developer for various design firms and for a couple of advertising agencies.[citation needed] It was then, that he came in contact with Dramatic Circle Hyderabad, a Hyderabad based theatre group. Having worked in a production with them, Anuj realised that entertainment was what he wanted to do.[citation needed]

Playback Singing

In 2009, Anuj debuted as playback singer. Under the music direction of M. M. Keeravani, he sang a song, "Panchadara Bomma", for the Telugu film, Magadheera, which would later emerge one of the highest grossing Telugu films of all time. Along with the success of the film, the song, Panchadara Bomma, grew to be a massive hit and established Anuj as a fresh new voice in the world of music.[2][3][4][5][6]

S. S. Rajamouli, the director of Magadheera stated in an article - "I opine that Panchadara Bomma is the best song in my career".[7] The song was also declared Top Telugu Song of the year 2009 by various media channels, including newspapers, FM radios and television channels, winning awards across various platforms.[8][9]

The song "Panchadara Bomma" has singularily generated revenues of over Rs.3,00,00,000 only from mobile phone ringtone downloads, which is said to be a record that no other song in Telugu cinema has created till now. [10] [11] [12] [13]

Panchadara Bomma also earned Anuj his first ever Filmfare trophy. He was awarded "Best Male Playback Singer (Telugu)" in a star-studded ceremony in Chennai on 7th August, 2010. [14]

His latest hits also include "Prapancham Naaventosthunte" from the hit film, Vedam as well as "Yem Sakkagunavro" from Jhummandi Naadam. Both songs have generated good response from all over.[15][16][17]

Live performances

Anuj has been actively performing at various corporate and film-based events after his award-winning singing debut. He performs regularly in and out of Hyderabad.

He was also invited to the United States of America by the Bay Area Telugu Association and the Telugu Association of North America. He performed across the United States to packed audiences.[18]. Anuj was also invited to Kuwait to perform for audiences there.

Theatre and Film actor

Anuj has been an active theatre actor in Hyderabad since 1999, as part of various Theatre productions. He has showcased his talent as an actor and received positive reviews for his performance.[19][20][21][22][23][24]

In 2003, while pursuing acting, Anuj got a call from Nagesh Kukunoor for Hyderabad Blues 2: Rearranged Marriage.[25] After this, Anuj auditioned for Sekhar Kammula. Sekhar had won the National Film Award for his directorial debut in Dollar Dreams. He cast Anuj as the 2nd lead for his film Anand, which released in 2004. Anand was a massive hit and Anuj received good reviews for his part.[26][27]

Anuj made a comeback into cinema after establishing himself as a playback singer. He does a cameo role in S. S. Rajamouli's hit film of 2010 Maryada Ramanna [28] [29]

Radio

In 2005, Anuj auditioned for All India Radio, just to give it a shot. He was selected and started hosting music-based shows on Yuvavani. Following All India Radio, Anuj worked for Radio Biryani, a private radio program setup that aired on the AIR frequency.[30][31] That year, Anuj was awarded Best RJ (Hindi) for his show, Naach Meri Jaan.[32]

Anuj's joined Radio City 91.1 FM in 2006. The station was setting up in Hyderabad, one of the first private FM stations in the city.[33] Anuj began hosting an evening drive time show, Recharge, six days a week, from 8 pm to 11 pm. He played popular Hindi music and maintained high energy, wit and humor throughout the three hours. The show was a hit right in its early days. It struck a chord with the evening listenership that would drive back from work, and as Anuj would say, "recharge" their batteries on their way home. Anuj enjoyed immense popularity through the show. The name stuck with him and he is fondly called RJ "Recharge" Anuj to this day.

Anuj shifted to the 5–9 pm time slot after a year, yet, commanded a dedicated listenership in Hyderabad. Owing to his personal connect and popularity with listeners, he was awarded "No.1 RJ across All-India Radio City" for the year 2006-07. Anuj was soon shifted to the morning show, The Radio City Breakfast Show, from 7 am to 11 am, where he, with Shraddha, gave a fun and energetic start to the day. The chirpy, positive and friendly banter between them had Hyderabad tuned in every morning. It was in February 2008 that Anuj was awarded "India's Best Radio Host for 2007-08" in a nationwide search.[34] Anuj quit Radio City in July 2008, after the station changed its language mix to a more regional sound.

Television

In February 2006, Anuj became a VJ with SS Music. He won the VJ Factor 2, a hunt for VJs in South India. Out of about 5000 people who competed, Anuj was one of the four winners.[35][36] It was a short-lived role as Anuj got an opportunity in Radio City, Hyderabad soon after. [37]

Voice Acting

Anuj also works as a freelance Voice Over Artist and script writer, for various ad films, radio spots, documentaries, films, training modules and e-learning projects. In 2009, Anuj became part of India's first ever PlayStation 2 game, Hanuman, as the voice of Hanuman in Hindi and English.[38]

Master of Ceremonies / Compere

Being an RJ and an actor, Anuj diversified himself as an MC. From hosting formal events to large parties and concerts, Anuj has established himself as one of the most popular Master of Ceremonies in Hyderabad. He has hosted events, big and small, for a large number of corporate companies and Event Managers.[citation needed]

Anuj's understanding of the pulse of an event, appropriate sense of humor, smooth integration of various elements, personalised involvement with the crowd and respect to the theme of the event, has made him a preferred MC for various kinds of events.[39][40]

Discography

Year Film /
Song
Composer Language Notes
2009 Magadheera
"Panchadara Bomma"
M. M. Keeravani Telugu
Pravarakhyudu
"Emaipoyano (O My Love)"
M. M. Keeravani Telugu
2010 Young India
"Young India"
M. M. Keeravani Telugu
Vedam
"Prapancham Naaventosthunte"
M. M. Keeravani Telugu
Bheemili Kabaddi Jattu
"Nidadholu Pilla (Jathara Song)"
V. Selvaganesh Telugu
Badmash
"Ninna Monna"
Vandemataram Srinivas Telugu
Jhummandi Naadam
"Yem Sakkagunavro"
M. M. Keeravani Telugu
Adi Nuvve
"Nuvvantene Ishtam"
Jeevan Thomas Telugu

Filmography

Acting

Year Film Role Director Language Release
2004 Hyderabad Blues 2: Rearranged Marriage Azam Nagesh Kukunoor Telugu July 2004
Anand Rahul Agarwal Sekhar Kammula Telugu October 2004
2010 Maryada Ramanna Ghanshyamdas S. S. Rajamouli Telugu July 2010

Radio Shows

Year Station Show Name Time
2005 All India Radio Yuvavani English Mon-Sat 8 pm-11 pm
2005 Radio Biryani Naach Meri Jaan
Aashiq Awara
2006–2008 Radio City 91.1FM Recharge! Mon-Sat 8 pm-11 pm
City Joyride Mon-Sat 5 pm-7 pm
The Radio City Breakfast Show Mon-Sat 7 am-11 am
The Great Indian Countdown Saturdays, 7 pm-9 pm

Awards

Playback singing

  • Radio City 91.1 FM - Best Playback Singer (Male) for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)
  • Big 92.7 FM Ugadi Music Awards 2010 - Best Upcoming Singer of the Year for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)[41]
  • Big 92.7 FM Ugadi Music Awards 2010 - Best Love Song of the Year for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)[42]
  • Aalapana Music Awards 2010 - Best Upcoming Playback Singer for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)
  • Mirchi Music Awards South 2010 - Listener's Choice Best Song of the Year for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)
  • Mirchi Music Awards South 2010 - Best Playback Singer (Nominated) for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)[43]
  • 57th Filmfare Awards South - Best Male Playback Singer (Telugu) for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009) [44]
  • MAA TV's CineMAA Awards - Best Male Playback Singer for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009) [45] [46]
  • South Scope Best Male Playback Singer Award for "Panchadara Bomma" (Magadheera; 2009)[47] [48] [49]

Radio jockey

  • 2005 - Best RJ (Hindi) - Radio Lovers Association of Hyderabad - Radio Biryani
  • 2007 - Best RJ (Male) - All India Radio City stations - Radio City 91.1fm - Radio City 91.1fm
  • 2008 - India's Best Radio Host - Radio Duniya Magazine - Radio City 91.1fm

References

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  5. ^ http://www.andhraheadlines.com/Movies/BrowseArticle.aspx?tab=5&ArtID=48066
  6. ^ http://www.cinegoer.com/telugu-cinema/news-archives/august-2009/rahul-is-anooj-guruwara-100809.html
  7. ^ http://www.idlebrain.com/movie/postmortem/magadheera.html
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  9. ^ http://movies.rediff.com/slide-show/2010/jan/05/slide-show-1-south-top-telugu-albums-of-2009.htm#contentTop
  10. ^ http://telugu.way2movies.com/?p=46324
  11. ^ http://www.supergoodmovies.com/7105/tollywood/Magadheera-song-creates-record-in-Telugu-Cinema-News-Details
  12. ^ http://www.chiranjeeviblog.com/news/panchadaara-bomma-bomma-collects-rs-3-crores-from-mobile-caller-tunes.html
  13. ^ http://www.chitramala.com/news/ram-charan-s-panchadara-bomma-bomma-song-creates-record-121191.html
  14. ^ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Chennai-rocks-to-Filmfare-awards/articleshow/6272520.cms
  15. ^ http://www.ragalahari.com/movies/musicreview/3489/review-on-keeravanis-music-in-vedam.aspx
  16. ^ http://www.bangalorexpo.com/music-review/telugu-songs/vedam/
  17. ^ http://123telugu.com/mnews/May10/Audio_Review_Vedam_18051015.html
  18. ^ http://greatandhra.com/ganews/viewnews.php?id=18423&scat=4
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  21. ^ http://bangalore.metblogs.com/2008/03/19/vaishali-bisht-theatre-workshop-at-ranga-shankara/|title=Review of Write, Rite and Right
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