Magician B S reddy, The Illusionist nominated for Padma Shri award


Magician B S Reddy, from Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh has been nominated for the Padma Shri award in the field of art- magic category for his outstanding achievements in the field of magic.

He is a self-made magician who was brought up in a family of non-magicians and has been making a name for himself all over the world. Performing magic has always been his first passion and dream. B S Reddy is an MBA graduate and has also done M.A.(Psychology) from Andhra University.

Dr B S Reddy is a recipient of ‘OSCAR OF MAGIC’ also called the ‘International Merlin Award’ as the ‘Most Original Illusionist – 2016. This prestigious award is the highest in itself and is most honored in the field of magic. An ‘Oscar’ for movies is ‘Merlin’ for magicians.

This Superstar of Indian Magic has also made a place in ‘The Guinness World Records’ in July 2016 and he has also been awarded with the title “Crowned Prince of Magic” by All India Magic Federation in 2020.

BS Reddy has successfully completed 30 years in the field of magic. He is considered as one of the finest magicians of India. He is known for his world class presentation and always delivers his magical performance with a touch of elegance. He is known for his versatile and dynamic collection of visually exciting magical effects and appearances for some of the most prestigious Television shows like Penn &; Teller Fool Us (America), India’s Got Talent (Semi Finalist), MTV, ZEE Network and Telugu movie premiers, etc. He has also been a part of many TV and Radio shows.

BS Reddy is the Founder& President of Indian Magic Academy which is the first registered Magic academy in Andhra Pradesh. The academy is a Non-profitable and Non-commercial organization which is one of its kind. It organizes magic workshops for professional magicians and as well as trains the young magicians for magic competitions.

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