Ravi Teja

Movie Actor

Ravi Teja was born in Jaggampeta, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, India on January 26th, 1968 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 56, Ravi Teja biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Ravi Shankar Raju Bhupatiraju, Ravi Teja, Mass Raja, Mirapakay
Date of Birth
January 26, 1968
Place of Birth
Jaggampeta, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, India
56 years old
Zodiac Sign
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Ravi Teja Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 56 years old, Ravi Teja has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Not Available
Ravi Teja Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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N.S.M. Public School, Siddhartha Degree College
Ravi Teja Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Kalyani Teja
Dating / Affair
Kalyani Teja (2002-Present)
Bhupatiraju Rajgopal Raju, Rajya Lakshmi Bhupatiraju
Bharath Raju (Younger Brother) (Actor) (d. June 24, 2017), Raghu Raju (Younger Brother) (Actor)
Ravi Teja Life

Ravi Teja (born as Ravi Shankar Rajuraju) is an Indian film actor best known for his work in Telugu cinema.

He is best known as one of Telugu cinema's most well-known and highest-paid actors, having appeared in over sixty films.

In 1999 and 2002, he received the Nandi Special Jury Award for his role in the films Nee Kosam (1999) and Khadgam (2002), as well as the state Nandi Award for best actor for his film Neninthe. He began his career as a support artist in Karthavyam (1990) and later appeared in small roles in the films Chaitanya (1991), Allari Pelladata (1993), and Sindhooram (1997).

Teja has also appeared as an assistant director on several Telugu films. Ravi Teja began his professional career with Nee Kosam in 1999 and later received the Nandi Award for his role.

He appeared in films including Itlu Sravani Sravani (2001), Chiranjeevulu (2001), Avunu Vibra Paddaru (2001). Idiot (2002), Khadgam (2002), Amma Nanna O Tamila (2002), Neni (2004), Dieta (2006), Bhadra (2006), Anjaney (2004), Krishna (2008), Nenu (2006), Kick (2009), The Great (2017), Benjamin Nema (2017), Amar Akbar Anthony (2018), Amar Akbar Anthony (2018), Kuta (2010), The Great (2005), Amma (2007), Bravo (2004), Khan (2005), Nenu (2005), Amar Akh (2002), Anja (2002), Amma (2002), Amma Nanna (2005), Kuenu (2003), Nanna (2005), Nenu (2005), Nenu (2007), Khe (2007), (2009), Nenu (2009), Nenu (2007), Amar Akbar Anthony (2008), Amar Akbar Anthony (2018), Amar Akbar Anthony (2005), Anja (2005), Amar Aka Nanna O Tamila Nanna O Tamila Nanna (2005), Amar Akbar Anthony (2010), (2005), Vikra (2007), Khadi (2005), Amar Akh (2005), Don Seenu (2005), Nanna Nanna (2005), Nenu (2007), Anja (2007), Nima Nanna Nanna Nanna (2005), Amar Aka (2009), Amar Akbar Anthony (2018), Anja (2005), Anja Seenu (2005), Nanna Nanna O Tamila Nanna Nanny (2005), Amar Akbar Anthony (2005), Amar Aks He was also ranked 50th in Forbes India's Top 100 Celebrities with an annual income of US$2.2 million in 2012.

Early life

Ravi Teja was born in Jaggama, the erstwhile East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. Bhoopatiraju Raju Raju was a pharmacist and his mother, Bhoopatiraju Rajya Lakshmi, was a homemaker, and his father, Bhoopatiraju Rajagopal Raju, was a pharmacist. Ravi Teja is the oldest of three sons, the others being Bharath and Raghu, both actors.

He spent the majority of his childhood in Northern India due to his father's work. He was educated in Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai, Mumbai, and Bhopal. He was obsessed with cinema from his childhood. He adored Amitabh Bachchan and would reenact scenes from his films at home. Later on, he and his family travelled to Vijayawada. He completed his Bachelor's degree in Arts at Siddhartha Degree College, Vijayawada. He is fluent in both Telugu and Hindi.

Ravi Teja married Kalyani, hailing from Ganapavaram, West Godavari District, on May 26, 2002. The couple have a daughter, Mokshadha, and a son, Mahadhan.


Ravi Teja Career

Film career

He went to Madras in 1988 to pursue a film career halfway through his education. YVS Chowdary and Gunasekhar were his roommates in his early years in Madras. He appeared in the films Karthavyam (1990), Abhimanyu (1990), Chaitanya (1991), and Aaj Ka Goonda Raj (1992). Ravi Teja has been working on both television and film as an assistant director. He worked in several Bollywood and Telugu projects, including Prathihnbandh, Aaj Ka Goonda Raj, and Criminal. He met Krishna Vamsi and spent as an assistant director under him on the 1996 hit film Ninne Pelladata. Ravi Teja was also given the opportunity to appear in a small role in the film by Vamsi. He continued to work as an assistant director on a few other films.

Ravi Teja, who was still working as an assistant director, had the opportunity to appear in the film Sindhooram directed by Krishna Vamsi in 1997. In Telugu, the film received the National Film Award for Best Feature Film.

Ravi Teja appeared in the films Seetha Rama Raju, Padutha Teeyaga, Manasichhi Choodu, and Krishna Relayara's Premaku Velayara. In 1999, he appeared in a leading role for Nee Kosam, played by Srinu Vaitla. The film was named Best Film by the Silver Nandi Film Association. Ravi Teja received the Nandi Award for Best Actor Special Jury for his work. Following this, he began appearing in more prominent roles, including Krishna Vain's Samudram, Chiranjeevi's Annayya, and Budget Padmanabham. He has appeared in lead roles in documentaries including Kshemanga Randi, Tirumala Venkatesa, Sakuntumba Sapari Vare Sametham, and Ammayi Kosam.

Ravi Teja's relationship with Puri Jagannadh began in 2001 when he portrayed Ravi Teja as the lead character in Itlu Sravani Subramanyam. Ravi Teja's reputation as a solo lead actor was honed in the film, which made it a commercial smash. Vamsy directed Avunu Valliddaru Paddaru!, co-starring Kalyani, was released in 2002. The film was a hit at the box office and earned Ravi Teja acclaim. Ravi Teja in Idiot was also a member of the year 2000. It was a blockbuster hit directed by Puri Jagannadh and co-starring Rakshita, and critics and moviegoers alike applauded Ravi Teja's performance and dialogue delivery.

Krishna Valiant's Khadgam's Khadgam was also released this year. The film was a big success at the box office and received the Sarojini Devi Award for a Film on National Integration. Ravi Teja's portrayal of a young wannabe actor received him the Nandi Special Jury Award for the second time. Ravi Teja appeared on Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi in 2003. Asin co-starred in the film asin, a blockbuster hit, and Jeevi of Idlebrain praised him: "Ravi Teja did fine." His forte lies in his dialogue and loose body language." Ravi Teja appeared in commercially lucrative films including Dongodu, co-starring Kalyani, and directed by Srinivas Bheemineni and Veede, co-starring Aarthi Agarwal and directed by Ravi Raja Pinisetty. Ravi Teja appeared in films including Ee Abbayee Chala Manchodu, Anveshana, and Oka Raju Oka Rani, which didn't do well at the box office in the same year.

Ravi Teja appeared in Veny, a Vaint company directed by Vain Lavelle, in 2004. "His comedy in the first half is very good," Idlebrain wrote. Siddanthi's antics, as well as the way he curses himself in front of the mirror, are amusing." S. Gopal Reddy, a cinematographer turned producer, was responsible for his appearance in Naa Autograph directed by him. "Ravi Teja gives an arresting appearance as a dejected lover," a nowrunning.com writer wrote. Sobhan directed Chanti. Ravi Teja's 2005 included Bhadra, directed by Boyapati Srinu and Bhageeratha, directed by Rasool Ellore. He appeared in the crime film Shock, directed by Harish Shankar and produced by Ram Gopal Varma.

Ravi Teja worked with director S. Rajamouli for Vikramarkudu in 2006. The film, which grossed over 25 crores, was his most successful film to date. "Vikramarkudu is Ravi Teja's best film to date in terms of histrionics," Idlebrain said. Both Athali Sathi Babu and Vikram Rathod did well, and His "jintata" demeanor is simply superb. Ravi Teja then went on to play the lead in Khatarnak (2006) and Dubai Seenu (2007), his third collaboration with director Vainu. Ravi Teja appeared in three films, including V. V. Vinayak's Krishna, Baladur, and Neninthe. Neninthe was in his fourth collaboration with director Puri. Despite the fact that the film was not successful at the box office, Ravi Teja's portrayal of an up-and-coming director in the film received acclaim and received the Nandi Award for Best Actor.

Ravi Teja co-directed Surender Reddy on action comedy Kick in 2009. The film was a huge commercial success, grossing over $30 billion. He appeared in Anjaneyulu later this year. Shambo Shiva Shambo and Gopichand Malineni-directed Don Seenu were among his films released in 2010.

Ravi Teja appeared in four films in 2011. Harish Shankar's Mirapakay was his first release. In Katha Screenplay Darshakatvam Appalaraju, he appeared in Ram Gopal Varma's Dongala Mutha and made a cameo appearance as a body double of himself. Veera was Veera's year-end launch. He went on to be known as "Mass Maharaja" for his mass action scenes later in the film.

Ravi Teja appeared in four films starring Gunasekhar's Nippu and Siva's Daruvu in 2012. For the fifth time with director Puri, Devudu Chesina Manushulu, he appeared in the fantasy film Devudu Chesina Manushulu. "Ravi Teja is in a different avatar, a more submerged one," Sarocharu Rediff.com said. For an actor, a change in appearance and role is needed, and Ravi Teja does a good job.

Ravi Teja appeared in Malineni's action comedy Balupu in 2013. "Ravi Teja has put on an amusing appearance," the Times of India reported. Kancharapalem Shankar's characterization and flashback episode were both convincing on film. He eases into the character's skin, and he has done well." The film was one of the year's biggest commercial hits.

He appeared in Power with debutant director K. S. Ravindra in 2014 as well as a cameo appearance in Sairam Shankar's Romeo. He collaborated with director Surender Reddy again in 2015 on Kick's sequel. Nandamuri Kalyan Ram's Kick 2 was released. Despite widespread hopes, the film was a box office disappointment. In Bengal Tiger (2015), directed by Sampath Nandi, he took the lead. This film, which grossed over 40 crore, became one of the year's best grossing Telugu films.

In Anil Ravipudi-directed Raja the Great (2017), he played a blind man after going on a sabbatical for one year. Ravi Teja's first 50 crore grosser and his highest-grossing film in his career. Ravi Teja appeared in three films, Touch Chesi Chudu, Nela Ticket, and Amar Akbar Anthony, all three of whom were critical and commercial failures. Ravi Teja's 2020 film, Disco Raja, in which he played dual roles, was also bombed at the box office, and he's disappointed.

Ravi Teja's 2021 film Krack marked his third collaboration with director Malineni and was a hit at the box office.


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