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M. M. Kreem alias Maragadamani alias M. M. Keera Vaani (also spelt M. M. Keeravani) is a film composer in India. He is also a singer. He is the cousin of Tollywood director S.S. Rajamouli.His family friends like Mallik(cartoonist),S.S.Kanchi(Actor-Amrutham(telugu serial) Fame),M.M.Sreelekha(music director) are all dedicated to the film industry.Keeravani is known for his own footprint in telugu film industry with his compilations for annamayya(telugu film).Liked also by the bollywood for his songs in Jism,Paheli,Criminal,etc.,.
Music composer M.M. Kareem’s name sounds more like a magic chant than a name. Though the name sounds as fresh as his music, he has been around a long time. Down South, he has composed under the name M.M. Keeravani for Telugu films and Maragathamani for his Tamil projects

M.M. Kareem composed music for the Telugu-Hindi bilingual movie Criminal starring Nagarjuna and Manisha Koirala. The number Tu mile dil khile aur jeene ko kya chahiye sounded good but the music faded with the film, which was a flop. We then heard his music in Jism. Both the film and the music were hits. Kareem had arrived.

He is now working on Paheli starring Shah Rukh Khan and Rani Mukerji. He is a well-known name in the Southern music industry and works from Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai depending on the project. The Bhatt family seems to have ‘adopted’ him. He carved a niche for himself in Bollywood through Bhatt films like Jism, Zakhm, Criminal and Rog. Kareem says that the Mahesh Bhatt likes his music and the duo work very well together.

He also strayed into the ‘arty circle’ by composing the music for Sudhir Mishra’s Is Raat Ki Subaah Nahin.

Kareem’s journey to success has been long. After much hardship, his music for Ramoji Rao’s Manasu Mamata brought him the fame and recognition he craved for. Since then, he has composed for 178 movies in 15 years in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

He is looking forward to Rajiv Babbar’s Kasak and a Tanuja Chandra project along with some Telugu movies. Handling many projects keeps him from getting bored, he explains.

He favorite music composers range from R.D. Burman and Kishori Amonkar to K.V. Mahadevan and M.S. Viswanathan. He loves ghazals. He believes in Swami Vivekananda and Osho – to live by a goal and celebrate is what he aims to do with his life. He seems to be doing just that with his music.


1. Krishnarjuna (2008)
2. Yamadonga (2007)
3. Okkadunnadu (2007)
4. Khatarnak (2006)
5. Amma Cheppindi (2006)
6. Vikramarkudu (2006)
7. Sri Ramadasu (2006)
8. Chatrapathi (2005)
9. Anukokunda Oka Roju (2005)
10. Allari Bullodu (2005)
11. Sye (2004)
12. Naa Autograph (2004)
13. Nenunnanu (2004)
14. Simhadri (2003)
15. Gangotri (2003)
16. Piliste Palukutha (2003) (as Keeravani)
17. Akasa Veedhilo (2001)
18. Arundhati (1999)
19. Devaraagam (1999)
20. Paradesi (1998)
21. Pelli Kanuka (1998)
22. W/O V.Varaprasad (1998)
23. Pellichesukundam (1997)
24. Annamayya (1997)
25. Pelli Sandadi (1997)
26. Oho Naa Pellanta (1996)
27. Rambantu (1996)
28. Sahasa Veerudu Sagara Kanya (1996) (as M.M. Kreem)
29. Suryaputrulu (1996)
30. Real Hero (1995)
31. Gharana Bullodu (1995)
32. Mounam (1995)
33. Subha Sankalpam (1995)
34. Allari Premikudu (1994)
35. Gandeevam (1994)
36. Pelli Koduku (1994)
37. S.P. Parshuram (1994)
38. Allari Priyudu (1993)
39. Mr. Pellam (1993)
40. Rajeshwari Kalyanam (1993)
41. Rowdy Mogudu (1993)
42. Aapathbandavudu (1992)
43. Allari Mogudu (1992)
44. Gharaana Mogudu (1992)
45. Hello Darling (1992)
46. Sundara Kanda (1992)
47. Kshana Kshanam (1991)
48. People's Encounter (1991)
49. Seetharamaiah Gari Manavaralu (1991)
50. Manasu Mamata (1990)

Music Department:

1. Anukokunda Oka Roju (2005) (playback singer)
2. Allari Bullodu (2005) (playback singer)
3. Nenunnanu (2004) (playback singer)
4. Gangotri (2003) (playback singer)
5. Fools (2003/I) (playback singer)
6. Annamayya (1997) (playback singer)
7. Pelli Sandadi (1997) (playback singer)
8. Gandeevam (1994) (playback singer)


1. Yamadonga (2007) (performer: "Noonoogu Meesalodu", "Chala Challaga Gali", "Young Yama") ("Rubberu Gajulu", "Noonoogu Meesalodu", "Na Chore", "O Lammi Thikkareginda", "Nuv Muttukunte", "Srikarakarunda", "Chala Challaga Gali", "Bambharala Chumbhanala", "Young Yama")
2. Sri Ramadasu (2006) (performer: "Sri Raghavam", "Hylessa", "Sri Rama Ramethi", "Paluke Bangramayera") ("Sri Raghavam", "Adigadigo Badragiri", "Hylessa", "Antha Ramamayam", "Isvakulaku", "Allah", "Idhigidhigo", "Charanamulane", "Chalu Chalu", "Nannu Brovamani ", "Sri Rama Ramethi", "Entho Ruchira", "Paluke Bangramayera", "Shuddha Brahmma", "Bhadra Sheela", "Yetheruga", "Thandrimata", "Dasaradhi ", "Mangalam")

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