Pawan Kalyan announces financial aid to Kinnera Mogilaiah
Popularly called Kinnera Mogilaiah, the folk artist, who hails from the Amrabad forest reserve, Mahabubnagar, is popularly known for singing ballads
Pawan Kalyan Learning Centre for Human Excellence, the trust founded by actor Pawan Kalyan, has announced Rs 2 lakh financial aid to Darshanam Mogilaiah, the 12-fret kinnera folk artist, who lent the vocals to the introduction song of the actor's upcoming film Bheemla Nayak.
Popularly called Kinnera Mogilaiah, the folk artist, who hails from the Amrabad forest reserve, Mahabubnagar, is popularly known for singing ballads, which are often interspersed with simple and short monologues.
The dramatic monologue and the unique vocals of Mogilaigh have become the cynosure of all eyes ever since the song was released by the makers. Written by Ramajogayya Sastry and composed by SS Thaman, the title song of Bheemla Nayak has garnered over 12 million views with over 900k likes on YouTube.
In a statement, Pawan Kalyan's office stated that the cheque will be handed over to Kinnera Mogilaiah soon.