Happy Birthday, Raghunandan Yandamuri!
Notorious Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri’s 27th birthday passed off (hopefully) quietly today in a cell at the Montgomery County jail in Pennsylvania.
Until today, every February 21 must surely have been a joyous occasion for the ambitious software programmer, who hails from the glorious state of Andhra Pradesh.
A day of celebration and cheer with Dum Biryani, sweet Rice Payasam, spicy Gutti Vankaya and other delicacies crowding the dining table and ending with an Allu Arjun movie on the DVD player.
From fairly humble origins, the young man had completed his engineering degree and ‘made’ it to America where he worked as a software programmer.
But his 27th birthday must have been a deeply depressing occasion for the young man, a day filled with reflection and introspection.
After all, so much has changed for Raghunandan Yandamuri in the last four months since he went to his office in King of Prussia on the morning of Monday, October 22, 2012 and typed up the below ransom note to extricate himself from his gambling debts.
No more Happy Birthdays
That fateful day, October 22, 2012, changed everything for Raghunandan Yandamuri.
On that Monday, the Telugu Bidda’s callous, cold-blooded greed led to the deaths of 10-month-old Saanvi Venna and the baby’s 61-year-old grandmother Satyavathi Venna in their Upper Merion Township, PA apartment.
Those twin horrific deeds sealed Raghunandan Yandamuri’s fate.
No more Happy Birthdays ever after for the Telugu bidda.
No More Dum Biryani, No more Rice Payasam and No More Smiles for Raghunandan Yandamuri for the rest of his life.
Now Raghunanda Yandamuri spends his time in jail wondering whether his ultimate fate is execution by lethal injection, a highly likely event.
Raghunanda’s wife was pregnant at the time of his gruesome attack on the Vennas.
And Raghu Yandamuri would definitely be glad to know that in an online poll the majority of voters wanted his child to be given a fair chance.
Life in Montgomery County Jail
Like in most jails and prisons in the U.S., the Montgomery County jail too is crowded.
The diet is spartan, assaults on prisoners not uncommon and medical facilities below par.
Raghunandan Yandamuri’s plight must be even more precarious than that of other inmates since child-killers are held in great contempt by other prisoners and often viciously assaulted.
It’d be a mighty big surprise if Yandamuri has not suffered multiple assaults already in the Montgomery County jail.
The Montgomery County Common Pleas Court has fixed March 15, 2013 as the date for Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri’s formal arraignment at 9AM in Courtroom 5.
Raghunandan Yandamuri’s Video Confession
Telugu Bidda Raghu Yandamuri’s Gamble Failed Big Time
Essential Facts about Raghunandan Yandamuri
Understanding Raghu Yandamuri’s Case
Police Complaint Against Raghunandan Yandamuri
Looking at the delays in the formal arraignment process, I suspect that the greedy child killing gambler ba$tard Yandamuri must already have been used up by the inmates in all possible holes and manners….serves him right…
Hope he dies in jail itself due to torture overload….
He weighed 160-pounds when he went in.
I suspect he must have lost at least 25 pounds in the last 4 months!
Just off-topic: What does “Bidda” mean?
Is calling a ‘Telugu’ person, ‘Kolti’ considered to be rude/slang? What does it mean? Does Tamils have a nick name like that? I’ve heard about ‘Sambar’. But I thought it was way too polite to be called a slang.
1. You write: What does “Bidda” mean?
2. You write Does [sic] Tamils have a nick name like that?
Tamils are different and so they have an English nickname – Idiots (for elevating bozos like Ajith, Vijay, Simbhu, Vombhu, Kombhu etc as stars).
3. You write: Is calling a ‘Telugu’ person, ‘Kolti’ considered to be rude/slang?
Oh No, it’s actually a term of endearment.
Kinda like when one Black calls another Black, Yo, Mothafucka how ya doin, bro? 😉
SI: You write Does [sic] Tamils have a nick name like that?
Fixed! (SI style) 😉
SI: Oh No, it’s actually a term of endearment. Kinda like when one Black calls another Black, Yo, My Mothafucka how ya doin, bro? 😉
Speaking of ‘Mothafucka’…I watched a comedy called “Horrible Bosses”. I don’t want to spoil but there is one character played by Jamie Foxx. Had a good laugh. Would like to recommend it.
You write: I watched a comedy called “Horrible Bosses”….Would like to recommend it.
Sweetie, here it is – http://www.searchindia.com/2011/07/08/horrible-bosses-review-real-funny-shit-man/
Missed that. Cool.
Some of my dear telugu friends consider calling a person “golti / gu-lu-te” to be little arrogant.
While “Sambar” is used by non-hindus to refer hindus, and is also used by hindus to internally refer “brahmins”, I also hear from my mallu / telugu friends that sometimes they refer tamils as “Pondi” (they mistake it to be a bad word, while it is derived from a tamil dynasty). Kannadigas call us “Kongas”. God knows why.
In America, we call all Indians – Chutiyas! Nothing wrong with it. 😉
I am in NYC today with limited access to SI Blog.
Watched a lovely Korean action film – The Berlin File – a short while back.
Review when I get back.
boopalanj says: Some of my dear telugu friends consider calling a person “golti / gu-lu-te” to be little arrogant.
This is exactly why I asked with regards to ‘kolti’s. As long as a Telugu bidda referring to another bidda as ‘kolti’ might be polite just like a black referring to another black with ‘N’ word. Like one of my ‘Tamil’ IT friends here, referred to an IT bidda who didn’t know how to spell JAVA as ‘Kolti’. Initial impression I got was that it’s a slang as opposed to an ‘endearment’. (Also with Spanish and Italians with particular words).
However, I guess it depends on how sensitive people are — which reminds me to recommend this movie “Deliverance” to SI. No matter how great the picture and its execution was, it has some serious issues that pisses of people who come from the Appalachian mountain stretch.
The moment you speak about this particular movie to people from (rural TN, VA, KY, NC, etc) you can sense an instant amount of gross spit that accumulate in their mouths that they struggle to whether swallow or spit it out. The reason I write this is coz there are some people from India who pull strikes for trivial stuff — like Vishwaroopam.
But people here just refuse to watch no matter how good the movie is as opposed to creating a chaos. Same with this movie “Matwan”.
I didn’t watch Matwan — so I can’t vouch for it. But “Deliverance” is a spectacular movie. I personally find it hard to believe that they made this 41 years ago.
1. Added Deliverance to my NFLX queue and moved it to the top….let’s see how redneck these in-breeding hicks are!
2. You write: Like one of my ‘Tamil’ IT friends here, referred to an IT bidda who didn’t know how to spell JAVA as ‘Kolti’.
Me thinking you taking a wild swing at Telugu biddas here.
I don’t for a nanosecond believe an IT guy, however deficient his English, can’t spell JAVA.
Hey, we’re not talking of tricky words like dysmenorrhea or prestidigitateur.
When Telugu biddas are born, the stork delivers them with a pre-programmed vocabulary of six words: Dum Biryani, JAVA, Allu Arjun, Ileana, Champaestanu and Green Card.
SI: Added Deliverance to my NFLX queue and moved it to the top….let’s see how redneck these in-breeding hicks are!
There are just two or three shots at the most …other than that there is nothing offensive. Well, have your take.
SI: Me thinking you taking a wild swing at Telugu biddas here.
Ha ha ha! Nooooo. Just wrote what I heard. 😀
SI: Hey, we’re not talking of tricky words like dysmenorrhea or prestidigitateur.
You’re right! Java isn’t that tongue twisting 😉
SI: When Telugu biddas are born, the stork delivers them with a pre-programmed vocabulary of six words: Dum Biryani, JAVA, Allu Arjun, Ileana, Champaestanu and Green Card.
Now, I get the feeling that you’re determined to make the biddas renounce Dum Biryani. Why miss Gutti Venkaya, Avakaya Pickle and Gongura Chicken? I guess you like’em eh? 😉
I like all Andhra food. Has character!
The only Tamil Nadu food that comes close to it is Chettinad cuisine!
I had been reading about Ayn Rand (and her infatuation with a Murderer) and it reminded me of Raghu.
Raghu is a notch lower in barbarity, but the actions are pretty much the same:
Search for : William Edward HICKMAN
1. Interesting…I was not aware the Queen of Objectivism with her penchant for fashioning soaring heroes like Howard Roark etc would be much intrigued by lowly murderers.
2. You write: Raghu is a notch lower in barbarity,
Raghunandan Yandamuri is also several notches lower in intelligence….His crimes suffered from poor plotting with nary a thought devoted to escape.
Didn’t someone tell Raghunandan about the CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) series? He would at least have got some knowledge on how the investigation works and the several latest techniques to nab a criminal.
The idiot was probably not watching anything except Allu Arjun movies.
That’s what happens when people overdose on Allu Arjun screaming “champaestanu” (I’ll kill you).