Jeeva Ravi

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Jeeva Ravi
Born R. Ravi[citation needed]
Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation Actor

Jeeva Ravi is an Indian film actor and casting director, who has worked in Tamil language films. He made a breakthrough as an actor with his performances in 3 (2012) and Jeeva (2014), with the latter film being a prefix for his stage name.[1]

Career[edit]

Ravi is the grandson of film producer G. M. Velumani, who made films in the 1950s and 1960s. Ravi began his career as a casting director, before acting in serials in STAR Vijay and Sun TV. He gradually moved on to feature in films and got his first major breakthrough by portraying Shruti Haasan's father in Aishwarya Dhanush's drama film, 3 (2012). He subsequently appeared in more prominent roles in his following ventures, before gaining critical acclaim for his portrayal of a cricket coach in Suseenthiran's Jeeva (2014). The success of the film meant that he adapted 'Jeeva' as a prefix to his name and continued to play pivotal roles as a collector in AR Murugadoss's Kaththi (2014) and a commissioner in Kaaki Sattai (2015).[2][3] He also starred in a movie directed by Shakti Soundar Rajan, Miruthan (2016).

Filmography[edit]

Films
Year Film Role Notes
2011 Engaeyum Eppothum
Vellore Maavattam
Mouna Guru
2012 3 Janani's father
Saattai
2013 Vathikuchi
Nugam
2014 Jeeva Coach
Kaththi Collector
Meaghamann
2015 Kaaki Sattai Commissioner
Indru Netru Naalai Ravishankar
Idhu Enna Maayam
2016 Azhagu Kutti Chellam
Moondraam Ullaga Por Ravi
Miruthan Chief Doctor
2017 Si3 Mallaya
Pagadi Aattam
Dhayam
Katha Nayagan
Aramm
Nenjil Thunivirundhal
Maayavan
2018 Sketch Police officer
Imaikkaa Nodigal Filming
Oru Pakka Kathai Filming
Tik Tik Tik Filming
Television

References[edit]

  1. ^ "On a different pitch". thehindu.com. 24 September 2014. Retrieved 1 June 2016 – via The Hindu. 
  2. ^ "BLR Eagle". belvoireagle.com. Archived from the original on January 9, 2016. Retrieved 1 June 2016. 
  3. ^ "Jeeva: This willow wins". thehindu.com. 27 September 2014. Retrieved 1 June 2016 – via The Hindu. 

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