Sai Kiran

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Sai Kiran Ram
Born (1978-05-08) 8 May 1978 (age 44)
Years active2000 – present
Parent(s)Ramakrishna Vissamraju
Jyothi Vissamraju

Sai Kiran Ram (born 8 May 1978) is an Indian film and television actor who predominantly works in Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil Television serials along with several Telugu films.

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

He is the son of Legend V. Ramakrishna who has sung more than 5000 songs in Telugu movies for superstars like NTR, ANR, Sobhan babu, Krishnamraju, Krishna and many more in Telugu Film Industry. His Mother V.Jyothi is also a famous singer from Doordarshan Channel back in the 70s famously known as Jyothi Kanna. He is the Grandson of P. Susheela

Career[edit | edit source]

He was born in Hyderabad. He made his début with the hit film Nuvve Kavali. This was followed by a string of successful films, including Preminchu, Manasunte Chaalu, Darling Darling, and Satta.

He has also worked in television serials, appearing as Hindu deities such as Krishna, Vishnu, and Venkateshwara.His well known serials in Tamil are Thangam and Vamsam , he made his debut in Malayalam industry with the serial Vanambadi which is remake of Telugu serial koyilamma he plays the same role in both languages.

His first appearance as Vishnu was in Shiva Leelalu, which was made during the golden days of Ushakiran movies, e.t.v.[1]

He is also into music, He released his first Rock music single on Lord Shiva named "Shivastaan".

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Behind the camera[edit | edit source]

Saikiran has involved himself in many animal rescue organizations, including the Blue Cross of Hyderabad and Friends of Snakes Society.

He is engaged with a number of spiritually-related organisations.

He belongs to a famous family of singers: P. Susheela, the prominent South Indian playback singer, is his grandmother. His father, V. Ramakrishna,[2] was also a famous singer.

His later releases haven't performed as well at the box office. He did a film called Vengamamba[3] with Meena as the co-star, as well as a Tamil film called Ajanthaa. He also made Lemon, with Ilaiyaraaja providing music.

Saikiran recently[when?] wed a software specialist named Vyshnavi.[4] This marriage however created a furor over TV channels as the head priest of Tirumala, Ramana Dikshitulu[5] attended the wedding. This was unacceptable to many TV channels. Later the issue sorted out as it is believed that the priest was Saikiran's relative.

Saikirann lives in Hyderabad.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Television[edit | edit source]

Year Serial Role Channel Language
2007 Sri Narada leelalu Maha Vishnu Maa TV Telugu
2010–2013 Thangam Selvakannan Sun TV Tamil
2010–2011 Sundarakanda Ajai Gemini TV Telugu
2010–2012 Srushti Maha Vishnu SVBC TV
2011–2013 Auto Bharathi Aditya Ram Gemini TV
2012 Sudigundalu E TV
2013–2017 Vamsam Ponnurangam / S.S.Pandian Sun TV Tamil
2014 Sivaleelalu Mahavishnu E TV Telugu
2015 Surya Bhagawan Lord Surya SVBC TV
2016 Sree Narayana Theerthulu Lord Vishnu
2016 Venkateshwara Vaibhavam Lord Venkateshwara
2016 Thirupathamma Kadha Krishna
2016 Puranakathalu Lord Vishnu
2016–2020 Koyilamma Manoj kumar Maa TV
2017–2020 Vanambadi Mohan kumar Asianet Malayalam
2019 Abhilasha Vishnu Vardhan Gemini TV Telugu
2020 Mounaragam Mohan Kumar Asianet Malayalam
2020-present Intiguttu Ajay Zee Telugu Telugu
2020-present Gupedanta Manasu Raja Mahendra Bhushan Maa TV Telugu

Awards and nominations[edit | edit source]

Year Event Category Serial role result Language
2017 Asianet Television Awards 2017 Best New Face Male Vanambadi Mohan kumar Won Malayalam
2017 Asianet Television Awards 2017 Most Popular Actor Vanambadi Mohan kumar Nominated Malayalam
2018 Asianet Television Awards 2018 Most Popular Actor Vanambadi Mohan kumar Won Malayalam
2018 Asianet Television Awards 2018 Best Actor Vanambadi Mohan kumar Nominated Malayalam
2019 Asianet Television Awards 2019 Most Popular Actor Vanambadi Mohan kumar Won Malayalam
2019 Asianet Television Awards 2019 Best Actor Vanambadi Mohan kumar Nominated Malayalam

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 29 September 2011. Retrieved 13 November 2011.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ramakrishna