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Poetic Lyrics for Hollywood Movies Part-8 - cover

Poetic Lyrics for Hollywood Movies Part-8

Mantri Pragada Markandeyulu

Publisher: Pencil

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About the Book: I have penned and authored ©English Songs (Lyrics) on different and varied subject matter. Contact me for your requirement for considering utility of these songs for movies. These songs could be composed for tunes, songs and music. These lyrical songs can be composed and practiced in various ragas in Classical music, Hindustani, Carnatic, Fusion, Folk, Baul, Ghazal, Qawwali, Chaiti, Kajan, Sufi music including eastern & western types of music style. The music also can be composed as per the choice of listeners and music lovers. Apart from this, modern music like Bhangra, Filmi, Pop, Rock, Blues, Jazz and Trance music can be composed for some of the songs for the lyrics of these English Songs.
 
About the Author: Mantri Pragada Markandeyulu, Bachelor of Commerce (B Com), Diploma in Business Management (DBM), Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA), Diploma in Computer and Commercial Practice (DCCP) is the Author and Writer. He has written English Lyrics for making fully composed tunes to Songs, around 155 songs (lyrics) + 330 Quotes in English (each Quote is in 8-10 lines). Also, he has written 400 Micro Poetry. He too has written Hindi Song Lyrics 35 and Telugu Song Lyrics 45 and all are useful and utility for Movies/TV serial purpose and also for making Song and Music Album. 25 Stories in English. 200 Sayings. He is a retired Officer from PSU and a permanent resident of Hyderabad-500062 Dist: Rachakonda, (TS) India.  His special ebooks are, (1) ENTANGLEMENTS (consists of 20 short stories in English) (2) MARK’S QUOTES (325 quotes) (3) THE DEAD, DOCTOR AND THE GHOST (For Movie/TV serial purpose) (4) NGO (Systems and Procedures), (5) My Flower to your Heart {Lady Police}, Derailed Mission, My Darling, Wings of Love, Fraudulent Husband, Shattered Affection, What I can do in my life, etc.  And other Short stories, What I can do in my life, etc.  And other Short stories, all useful for making movies. All useful for making movies. Two Telugu Stories (1) Top Cop Rani, IPS (Telugu) (2) Jeevam Story (Telugu) are ready for publishing. English Stories Lady Police and the Dead, Doctor and The Ghost, are useful for Movie making purpose. He is an Honorary Doctorate in Literature from ITMUT Brazil. He is an Awardee by the ROYAL SUCCESS INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF RECORDS AWARD during February 2020. He received many Poetic certificates frim Global Poetic groups. He is a Peace Ambassador And TWPF/BTYA, Bangladesh. He is the Founder of POETIC CHARMINAR GROUP (Literary, Arts, Cultural, Poetic and Research Academy) My work is in 15 International Websites. I am a Member in 400+ FB Poetic Groups

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