Krish likes to linger around coffee shops and explore good food and restaurants in his free time. He also likes to play Volleyball.Krishs love for history and stories was implanted in him by his grandfather, Jagarlamudi Ramanayya, a police officer. His grandfather introduced him to the books like Amar Chitra Katha and magazines like Chandamama. His grandfather also used to take him to tour in Amravati, which according to Krish, as a child, was an exciting place to learn about history and culture.Krishs interest in films and stories was there with him, since his childhood. During his school days, Krish often bunked his classes to watch his favourite films, with his friends, Satyanarayana(Satti) and Vinod. Krish and his friends were known as Three Musketeers in their school days.Krish went to New Jersey for his further studies, where he started writing short stories in a specific format. He used to share his writings with his friends, who suggested him to make his career in writing.After completing his studies, he returned to India to make his career in filmmaking. He told his motive to become a director to his parents; they showed hesitation at first but agreed later. He showed his script to many producers but nobody listened to his story. Finally, his father, brother-in-law, Bibo Srinivas, and his friend, Rajiv Reddy, decided to produce his film. This is how; he made his debut with the film Gamyam (2008), which turned out to be a blockbuster.Krish directed many hit Telugu films such as Vedam 2010, Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (2012), Kanche (2015), and Gautamiputra Satakarni (2017).He was accredited as the co-director of the film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi (2019) starring and co-directed by Kangana Ranaut.In his movies Gamyam and Vedam, he played the guest role of a Naxalite and Sadhu, respectively.He lives with the motto of Carpe Diem, a Latin aphorism which translates to seize the day. Krish believes in living in the present while thinking a little of the future.