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Ravi Babu Biography Family Wife Photos Age Biodata Profile Height Profile Movies

 Ravi Babu Thammareddy Biography Family Wife Photos Age Biodata Height Profile Movies

Ravi Babu Biography Family Wife Photos Age Biodata Profile Height Profile Movies

Name  Ravi Babu Thammareddy
Native name Telugu: రవి బాబు
Born Ravi Babu Tammareddy
Spouse(s) Tanuja
Parent(s) Chalapathi Rao
Occupation Actor, director, producer & writer
Years active 2000-present


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He is the son of the veteran film actor Telugu Chalapathi Rao and is the oldest of three brothers and sisters. His primary education was at Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan in Chennai and he then studied English literature at Presidency College, Chennai, also in Chennai. He graduated from an MBA from Symbiosis International University, Pune. Ravi could have chosen a company job that would have given all the benefits a new MBA from a higher university, but he gave that to pursue his dream of making movies. Thus, he took an off-beat offer to work as a production assistant for advertising advertising

Director, writer and producer

In 2002, Babu started out as a film director. His first film of Tollywood was Allari which was shot in 45 days on a limited budget. The film had a theme to come and a host of new faces for the cast, Babu created a funny urban imagery with colorful visuals and laudable performances by many beginners set to music on foot by Paul J. Allari was released on 10 May 2002, and was distributed by Suresh Films.

Babu began working on Ammayilu Abbayilu with more mature actors such as Sonu Sood, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam and technicians such as Chakri and Marthand K. Venkatesh. The film turned out to be a box office hit. Ammayilu Abbayilu was released on January 30, 2003. Soggadu is Babu's third film with the romantic couple Tarun and Aarthi Agarwal. Suresh Babu produced the film that generated larger budgets. The film got good reviews at Tollywood but received mixed success at the box office. Soggadu was later transformed into Hindi by Rajkumar Santoshi as Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani.

In 2006, Babu made of Party a film that turned around ambitious corporate executives who dream of companies in the Silicon Valley that will become the next Microsoft and Google. The release of the film coincided with the rise of India as a new computer center and was well received in the multiplexes. In 2007, he created Anasuya, a suspense thriller with a story of a journalist who follows the path of a macabre serial killer who steals body organs from his victims. The film was reissued in Kannada and Malayalam.

In 2009, Babu found producer Ramoji Rao Ushakiran Movies who supported him in a romantic family animator - Nachavule. The film won three Nandi awards. 2009 also saw the release of another Amaravathi thriller in which Babu returned to the crime genre and thriller with Bhumika Chawla, Sneha and Taraka Ratna.

In 2010, Babu directed Manasara, a love story on the background of Kerala with an action based on the ancient martial art of Kalaripayattu. The film had written dialogues with paratroopers and a script by Satyanand. Prakash Babu Kadiyala produced the film in the sylvan environment of Kerala.

In 2011, Babu made another college-oriented animator - Nuvvila, produced again by Ramoji Rao which was released on November 3, 2011. The film featured Yami Gowtham, a Bollywood model and a number of young people in roles that broadly reflected the dilemmas of the modern youth age.

In 2012, Babu made another film out of film with Avunu (Yes!). It was a frightening thriller where an invisible ghostly presence appeared on the heroine Poorna (Junior Asin).

In 2014, Babu teamed up with Allari Naresh to create a comedy story "Laddu Babu". He shows Naresh as a morbidly obese youth with a tender heart. The film won critical acclaim, but got a mixed response at the box office. In 2015, Ravi Babu returned with a sequel to Avunu called Avunu 2.

Advertising Career

Babu wrote and directed an advertising campaign with actress Tamannah for the Celkon phones. He also created an advertising campaign for Chandrababu Naidu, the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh for the last election.

Private life

Ravi Babu is married to Tanuja, a teacher. They have two children and live in Hyderabad

Carrier start

As an assistant to Rajiv Menon Babu had to wear lenses, cameras and boxes. In a few months, he was promoted as assistant director and camera assistant. Six months later, Babu enrolled in an advanced film course at the film and television workshops in Rockport, Maine, but left a short time. He was offered a cameraman position by the Singapore Broadcasting Network in New York. At work, he chose publishing as a skill. His work caught the attention of some leaders at Sony and they invited him to do a course at the Sony Institute in San Jose, California. After the course, Babu made a short stay at TV Asia as an ENG producer and also doubled as a cameraman and publisher.

Babu's return to India saw producer D. Ramanaidu and director E.V.V. Satyanarayana offers him films, for action. Acting in the films of Hyderabad and Bangalore, he spoke with his overriding passion for making film through advertising. He directed television commercials for the Autmncart production company. In 1999, he began his own production house, Flying Frogs, first to produce television commercials, but would later become a film production house.


The first films of Babu were Maavidakulu directed by E.V.V. Satyanarayana and Sivayya produced by D. Ramanaidu where he played a leading villain in both films, these are major box office successes and offers began to flow for Ravi Babu as the villain. He then worked in more than 75 films with films such as Murari, Anasuya (film), Yavarum Nalam, Dochay Swamy Ra Ra and Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu.


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