He has worked in more than 750 films (Including Tamil, Kannada and Hindi). He has garnered three Andhra Pradesh State. He is a commerce graduate, B.Com and a Procter and Gamble Diploma in Theatre Arts.
He attributes his poetic abilities and literary quest to his family and ancestry.
Bharani’s ancestry includes poets and literary figures of Telugu literature. Divakarla Tirupati Sastry one of the Telugu poet duo Tirupati Venkata Kavulu were his great-grand-uncles.
He is fluent in Tamil,Hindi in addition to his native Telugu. With his help Bharani started writing small dialogues and stage scenes.
Later, he took a diploma in Theatre arts
Following Rallapalli"s advice he moved to Chennai. He started his career as a dialogue writer for Kanchu Kavachum in 1984. Bharani also penned and sung the lyrics of Gundammagaari Manavadu (Bhale Bhaleti Mandu).
He has acted in more than 500 movies starting with Ladies Tailor (1985) & Sri Kanaka Mahalakshmi Recording Dance Troupe (1987) in which he was seen as Dora Babu.
He also played the lead role in the Hindi comedy film Main Tere Pyar Mein Pagal in 1999. After 2000, he started playing more mature roles in movies like Manmadhudu (2002), Okariki Okaru (2003), Samba (2004), Malliswari, Godavari (2006), Happy (2006), and more.