Koduri Keeravani, famous as M. M. Kreem, is an Indian film score composer, music director and playback singer. He is famous for his work in films like Jism, Saaya and Rog. He began as an assistant to composer K. Chakravarthy, worked for movies like Collector Gari Abbayi and Bharathamlo Arjunudu in the late 1980s and trained under lyricist Veturi. His claim to fame was Mouli's Manasu Mamatha (1990) and Ram Gopal Varma's blockbuster hit Kshana Kshanam (1991), which brought laurels to him. He has composed over 200 pieces and has done commendable work in many films like Pardesi (1998), Alludugaru Vacharu (1999), Student No. 1 (2001), Simhadri (2003), Gangotri (2003), Nenunnanu (2004), Sye (2004), Chatrapathi (2005), Vikramarkudu (2006), Magadheera (2009), Vedam (2010), Rajanna (2011), Eega (2012), Anamika (2014) and S.S. Rajamouli's epic blockbuster Bahubali: The Beginning (2015). He also composed for Hindi films like Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996), Sur (2002), Zakhm (1998), Saaya (2003), Jism (2003), Criminal (1995), Rog (2005), Paheli (2005) and Baahubali: The Beginning (2015). His upcoming project is S.S. Rajamouli's Bahubali: The Conclusion (2016). Brother to music director and singer Kalyani Malik, he is the cousin of director S. S. Rajamouli and singer M. M. Srilekha and nephew of screenwriter and director K. V. Vijayendra Prasad. Kreem is married to line producer M.M.Srivalli.