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Ramesh Aravind was born on 10 September, 1964 in Kumbakonam, India, is an Actor, director, TV show host, screenwriter, motivational speaker & author. At 56 years old, Ramesh Aravind height is 5 ft 5 in (167.0 cm).

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Occupation Actor, director, TV show host, screenwriter, motivational speaker & author
Ramesh Aravind Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 10 September 1964
Birthday 10 September
Birthplace Kumbakonam, India
Nationality India

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Who Is Ramesh Aravind's Wife?

His wife is Archana Aravind (m. 1991)

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Ramesh Aravind Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Ramesh Aravind worth at the age of 58 years old? Ramesh Aravind’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from India. We have estimated Ramesh Aravind's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Ramesh Aravind's first directorial venture was the successful - Rama Shama Bhama with Kamal Haasan . The second film that he directed was Sathyavan Savithri. His third directorial venture was Accident. His next directorial venture was a comedy flick released in 2009 Venkata in Sankata. He directed Nammanna Don in 2012.


He scripted the national award-winning film Hoomale in 1998 and this paved the way for his foray into the field of film direction. The film also won Ramesh the Best Actor Filmfare Award and the Karnataka State Award. His script for a hit movie called Amrithadhare in 2005 won him the Raghvendra Chitravani Award for Best Story. After that, he started wrote stories for the movies he directed.


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 earned critical acclaim in Tamil cinema, portraying a love-ridden musician in Balachander's Duet (1994) as well as through his performance alongside Kamal Haasan in Balu Mahendra's comedy film on marriage, Sathi Leelavathi (1995). Meanwhile, he appeared in several consecutive commercially successful Kannada films, en route to becoming one of the industry's most bankable actors. Subsequently, he returned to the Bangalore-based film industry to prioritise his work in Kannada language films. His returns to feature in Tamil films since the mid 1990s have often seen him collaborate with his friend Kamal Haasan, in ventures including the unreleased Kanden Seethaiyai, Panchathantiram (2002) and Mumbai Xpress (2005). He was also a celebrity RJ in Big FM.


During his stint at engineering college, Ramesh Aravind worked as an emcee to award functions, notably as the host of an event celebrating the success of the film, Sagara Sangamam (1983), where he met his long-term collaborator Kamal Haasan for the first time. He then started off by hosting a show on Kannada television, before beginning work on a Kannada-language film titled Mouna Geethe where he had a supporting role. Prior to the release of the film, he was approached by director K. Balachander who had been looking for an actor to play Kamal Haasan's role, for a Kannada version of the Tamil film Sollathaan Ninaikkiren (1973). After a brief audition, Balachander selected Ramesh Aravind after being "impressed with his eyes" and cast him as the playboy character in the venture titled Sundara Swapnagalu (1986), which released shortly before Mouna Geethe in which he had acted first. Balachander then gave him a small role in Punnagai Mannan (1986) as Revathi's ex-lover, but his scenes were ultimately edited out of the final version. He was set to collaborate with the director again in the Tamil film Manathil Uruthi Vendum (1987), but Balachander later recommended to Ramesh Aravind to opt out of the film and work on a venture with K. Bhagyaraj instead, to mark his debut in a leading role. The proposed film was later shelved, and the actor returned to the cast of Manathil Uruthi Vendum, winning critical acclaim for his performance. Balachander also introduced Ramesh Aravind into Telugu films through Rudraveena, with the actor having a distinct trait of being introduced into three different film industries by the same director.


Ramesh Aravind (born 1964) is an Indian actor, director, TV show host, screenwriter, motivational speaker and author. Ramesh Aravind has been in the entertainment industry for over 34 years and has works in six languages.He has acted in more than 140 movies.