Jayam Ravi

Jayam Ravi

Jayam Ravi is an Indian film actor of the Tamil film industry his Real name is Ravi Mohan. He has appeared in films Jayam includes M. Kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi, Unakkum Enakkum, Santhosh Subramaniam and Thillalangadi, all of which have been directed by his brother, M. Raja. He was trained by Senthil Kumar Vajjiravelu editor of South Indian cinema and Varalakshmi. He has two siblings; his elder brother M. Raja is a noted film director, with most of his films featuring Ravi in the lead role, while his sister Roja is a dentist. He studied dancing under the Bharatnatyam dancer Nalini Balakrishnan and performed his arangetram at the age of 12. After completing his degree in Visual Communication from Loyola College, Chennai, he decided to get into the film industry. He has also undergone training in acting at the Kishore Namit Kapur Institute in Mumbai. During his childhood, Ravi acted as a child actor in two Telugu films Bava Bavamaridi and Palnati Pourusham which were produced by his father. His latest film was Ameerin Aadhi Baghavan. Ravi’s upcoming films are Boologam directed by N. Kalyanakrishnan, Nimirndhu Nil directed by Samuthirakani and an untitled project directed by his brother Raja.

Personal
Name Jayam Ravi
Real Name Ravi
DOB 10/09/1980
Place of Birth Chennai
Complexion Fair
Hair color Black
Eye color Black
Nationality Indian
Religion Hindu
School Jawahar Vidyalaya in Ashok Nagar, Chennai
College Visual Communication from Loyola College, Chennai
Height 5'9''
Birth Sign Scorpio
Hobbies Cricket
Professional
Occupation Actor
Active from 2003
Debut movie Jayam (Tamil)
Known For Jayam,Mazhai,Santhosh Subramaniam
Awards Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor - M. Kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi
Family
Home Town Chennai
Parents Mohan - Varalaxmi
Spouse Aarthi
Date of Marriage 04/06/2009
Siblings Raja,Roja
Favourite
Foods Chicken Briyani
Actors Kamal Haasan,Sri Devi
Colour Black
Movies Mouna Ragam
Interesting Facts
Before acting, Ravi had been an assistant director to Suresh Krishna in the 2001 film Aalavandhan

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