Profession: Actor, Producer, Director, Screenwriter, Speaker and Anchor
Brother of Ramesh Aravind
Father of Ramesh Aravind
P.A Govindachari (industrialist)
Mother of Ramesh Aravind
G. Saroja (homemaker)
Sister of Ramesh Aravind
Wife/Spouse of Ramesh Aravind
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Information about Ramesh Aravind
Does Ramesh Aravind drink alcohol?: Not known
During his stint at engineering college, Ramesh Aravind worked as an emcee to award functions
Ramesh is also known for his collaboration with the director K. Balachander, who introduced him in the 1986 Kannada film Sundara Swapnagalu and further went on to work in films such as Manathil Uruthi Vendum (his Tamil debut), Duet and Rudraveena (his Telugu debut).
started of by hosting a show on Kannada television, before beginning work on a Kannada language film titled Mouna Geethe where he portrayed a supporting role.
Does Ramesh Aravind smoke?: Not known
Ramesh Aravind is an Indian actor, filmmaker, television presenter and an inspirational speaker
He scripted the national award-winning film Hoomale in 1998 and this paved the way for his foray into the field of film direction.
He has predominantly worked in Kannada.
He has earned and been nominated for numerous awards during his career,
Ramesh Aravind's first directorial venture was Rama Shama Bhama with Kamal Haasan
He also appeared in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Bollywood films
He made his breakthrough portraying a student union leader in Vasanth's romantic drama film Keladi Kanmani (1990), and the commercial success of the film meant that Ramesh Aravind shifted base to Chennai and worked primarily on Tamil and Kannada films til 1996
He is known for his roles in Sathi Leelavathi, Duet, America America, Nammoora Mandara Hoove, Apthamitra, Ulta Palta, Hoomale, Mungarina Minchu,