Naga Munchetty is a British citizen, originally from the town of Tamil Nadu in India. Naga Munchetty is a journalist, writer and translator. He has been described as a versatile person and has contributed articles for many publications. Naga Munchetty’s father worked as an electrician while his mother was a school teacher. They met at a theater and became lovers after only a few months of dating. Later they got married and Naga began to work as a translator and reporter for various publications in the UK.
Naga Munchetty Biography Naga Munchetty started his career as a translator and reporter before shifting to writing. He worked as a news writer for the Southammer newspaper in England. After leaving the Southammer he opened a bureau in Mumbai. Naga Munchetty retired from the bureau with the help of his cousin, who is also a journalist. Naga Munchetty has also written several books on Indian politics and cricket and has been described as one of the most versatile writers in the world.
|Full Name||Subham Nagalakshmi Munchetty-Chendriam|
|Date of birth||February 25, 1975|
|Birthplace||Streatham, London, England.|
|Profession||Journalist, News Presenter|
|Height||5 Feet 1 Inch|
|Education||University of Leeds|
|Online presence||Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia|
Naga Munchetty has gained much popularity as a popular writer and political journalist because of his pan-Indian approach to his subjects. As a young boy he was once bitten by the same bug that enveloped many other youngsters from the same region of India. He started writing about cricket and the politics that surrounded the sport and it was this writing career that would give rise to his distinctive style of storytelling and a knack for getting under the skin of people. Naga Munchetty was a part of the first team of the Indian Broadcast Corporation (BCC), which is still to this day a leading company in television broadcasting. Naga Munchetty has gone on to become a popular international television presenter and a well sought out commentator in the field of sports and entertainment.
Munchetty’s path has also crossed over into the world of film making and television programmes. One of his earliest and finest works as a film maker was Babulnath Khan’s Om Shanti Om. The film was a box office hit and led to a series of popular movies including Om Shanti Om, Kaal Bhairat, Dhoom Reloaded, Baahubali, Gumnaam, Bhumika in India and several others. It was while Naga Munchetty was working on the Baahubali movie that he was cast as the lead role and his acting skills made him a regular presenter on the popular Hindi TV channel. Naga Munchetty has gone on to play a lead character in another Hindi movie called Kaal Bhairat and has also portrayed characters in several other high profile movies including Dhamukha, Dil Bhakta, Apne Phoolam, Apneele, Kya Keene, Karista, Bhumika and more. All these films helped Munchetty gain a huge following and he was soon in demand as an English journalist for his informative interviews which he wrote in his acclaimed Hindi style.
Naga Munchetty’s acting skills have seen him gain international recognition as well. He has been nominated for an Academy Award for his contribution to the science fiction film genre with his performance in the movie Mankatha. He is also set to feature in the action-adventure film Xenon, which is currently in pre-production. Munchetty’s love for cinema has also seen him appear in a number of Bollywood movies, most notably Paprika, where he played an important supporting role opposite Aishwarya Rai. Other notable performances in Hindi films that have won Munought a number of awards include Om Shanti Om, Bhumika, Dil Bhakta, Aabhidharma, Magadheera and more.
Naga Munchetty has become an important voice over the English language in India and throughout the world. While promoting the work of Naga Munchetty through various media, his fans have also created a vibrant community of followers on the social networking site Twitter, who has been appreciative of Naga Munchetty’s efforts to promote Indian films using his unique style of writing in English. Naga Munchetty-chendriah deserves all the accolades for being one of the leading voices of English not only in India but throughout the world.