Rama Krishna Veerapaneni

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Born Rama Krishna Veerapaneni[1]
(1974-05-26) 26 May 1974 (age 47)
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
(Now in Telangana)
Nationality Indian
Education Taylors College, Melbourne

Former & CEO Mango Mass Media

Managing Director of Whacked Out Media
Years active 2000 to present
Known for Whacked Out Media

Rama Krishna Veerapaneni (commonly referred as Ram) is an entrepreneur from South India, he has also appeared in movies like Swapnalokam, Jayam Manadera and Bobby in his early career. and he is known for promoting various films from Telugu films on digital media platforms.

Early life

2000 - 2010

After graduating from Taylor's College, Melbourne, Veerapaneni returned to India and started investing in Digital Rights of various movies. He turned that investment into the company Mango Mass Media which initially released movies in US for Telugu Audience on its IPTVTemplate:Clarify called My Mango Tv.

2011 - Present

In 2011, the company Whacked Out Media was founded as a subsidiary to Mango Mass Media.

His profile consists of various ventures like My Mango App, Mango Music, Mango News etc. He has also been known for producing various shows on YouTube and is also known for promoting various large scale films like Baahubali (Tamil), Srimanthudu and Kabali[2]

Recently he has been promoting digital platforms and also encouraging young talent to create content.[3][4][5]

In 2016, Whacked Out Media partnered with various events like IIFA Utsavam,[6] Sensation 2016[7] and Tomorrowland Unite and also received 500 million views on its YouTube network[8] and they have recently launched their official website for Telugu FilmNagar[9]


Year Film Role Notes
1999 Swapnalokam
2000 Jayam Manadera Cameo
2002 Bobby Cameo


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