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V. Ravichandran (born: May 30, 1960(1960-05-30)) is an actor, director, producer, music director, and lyricist in the Kannada film industry. He is the son of film producer N.Veeraswamy. As producer, Ravichandran continues to run his father's production house, Sri Eswari Productions. He is popularly known as "Crazy Star" Ravichandran, a title fans have prefixed to his name.

Ravichandran shot into instant fame when Prema Loka, ...

Ravichandran was a vetran tamil film actor who played lead roles in old tamil movies during 1960's & 1970's. He also directed few movies & in recent movies he did a supporting roles.

Ravichandran was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Later, He moved to Thrichy, India in 1951 and studied at St.Joseph College in Trichy. He married Vimala. He was 71 and is survived by three sons. Their sons are Balaji & Hamsavardhan who is als...

Paramashiva - Movie Review

Crazy Star Ravichandran has had an amazing year so far. His movies Maanikya along with Sudeep has been the highest grosser of all times. His second movie in the year, Drishya also became a super...
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Super Hit Remake Movies In Kannada

Of late, many movies in Kannada happen to be a remake of hit movie of another language. While there is no dearth of viewers for such movies, there are many who criticize the movie makers for making...
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Bigg Boss Kannada 2: Sakkat Sunday Highlights

Bigg Boss Kannada 2 came up with a Sakkat Sunday special episode on day 7. As promised by Sudeep, the host of the show, Sunday's episode catered glamor and grandeur to the audience. The biggest...
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Look Who's There in Bigg Boss Kannada 2!

It has been confirmed. After much speculations about the appearance of Crazy Star V Ravichandran on Bigg Boss Kannada 2, the host of the show Kichcha Sudeep has confirmed the news. He has tweeted;...
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Drishya Movie Review

Ravichandran's fans have almost stopped expecting blockbuster from Sandalwood Showman. They have unwillingly accepted the fact that the hit machine of one-time is struggling to fit into the needs...
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