Category Archives: Media & Communications

SHORT FILM BASED ON THE DONATION OF BREAST MILK TRANSLATED INTO MAXIMUM LANGUAGES

The record for translating a short film based on the donation of breast milk into maximum languages was set by Govindayapalli Guru Prasad (born on June 14, 1982) of Porumamilla, Andhra Pradesh. He directed a short film titled The Talking Moon which was further translated into 16 languages by a dubbing artist. The short film lasts for 10 minutes and 17 seconds and is an attempt to spread awareness about the donation of breast milk, as confirmed on February 24, 2020.

FIRST MOTHER AND SON DUO ON A TV SHOW

The record for the first mother and son hosting an astrology TV show was set by Dr. Padmaja Rani Edupuganti along with her son Master Harihar Nandan Edupuganti (born on December 9, 2008). The duo had appeared in two yearly prediction astrology shows of 30 minutes duration on March 21, 2018 and April 6, 2019 respectively on a local Telugu TV channel owned by A.K. Telugu Media, Mumbai. The record stands confirmed on August 12, 2019.

SINGING SONG IN MAXIMUM LANGUAGES

The record for singing a song in maximum number of languages was set by Kuldeep Prajapat (born on December 10, 1983) of Barmer, Rajasthan. He can sing a song in 27 languages including Hindi, English, Urdu, Sanskrit, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Santhali, Garhwali, Punjabi, Haryanavi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Rajasthani, Braj Bhasa, Chhatisgarhi, Kaithwadi, Maithili, Konkani, Malayalam, Odiya, Awadhi, Magadhi and Sindhi, as confirmed on November 30, 2019.

PIANO PLAYED WITH TWO FINGERS OF THE LEFT HAND BY A DIFFERENTLY ABLED

The record for playing a piano using two fingers of the left hand by a differently abled woman was set by Sakthi Sree Saravanan (born on November 23, 1993) of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The record stands confirmed on October 17, 2019.

MAXIMUM COUPLETS COMPOSED IN TWO YEARS

The record for composing the maximum number of couplets (Doha’s) in 2 years is 3,500, and was achieved by Dr. Makhan Lal Tanwar (born on August 20, 1960) of Mahendergarh, Haryana, wherein the couplets were composed on 5 different topics and compiled in 5 Satsai books titled ‘Jal Satsai’, ‘Trauvar Satsai’, ‘Paryavaran Satsai’, ‘Beti Satsai’ & ‘Indradhanush Haiku Satsai’ ISBN 978-81-8280-218-6, 978-81-82820-241-4, 978-81-8280-247-6, 978-93-82190-00-4, 978-81-8280-237-7 respectively, published by Amrit Prakashan, New Delhi, between March 2016 and 2018.