Ram Gopal Varma

Ram Gopal Varma

Ram Gopal Varma is an Indian film director, screenwriter and producer. Varma has directed, written and produced films across multiple genres—psychological thrillers, underworld gang warfare, politician-criminal nexus, and musicals—and in multiple languages—Telugu and Hindi.

Shiva (1989) was his first film as director and Phoonk (2008) is his most recent one. He gained recognition in Hindi cinema, also known as “Bollywood”, with Rangeela (1995). The next film he directed was Satya (1998), which won six Filmfare Awards, including the Critics Award for Best Film. Satya, together with his 2002 film Company (which he directed and which won seven Filmfare Awards) and 2005 film D (which he produced), form an “Indian Gangster Trilogy”, comparable to the Godfather Trilogy or Infernal Affairs trilogy. Other successful films Varma directed include Kshana Kshanam (1991), Kaun (1999), Jungle (2000), Bhoot (2003), Sarkar (2005) and Sarkar Raj (2008)

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Name Ram Gopal Varma
Real Name Ram Gopal Varma
DOB April 7, 1962
Place of Birth Hyderabad, India
Complexion Fair
Hair color Black
Eye color Black
Nationality Indian
Religion Hindu
School
College V.R. Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh
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Birth Sign Aries
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Occupation Film Director, Producer and Writer
Active from 1989
Debut movie Siva
Known For Siva, Jithan
Awards National Film Award, Nandi Awards, Filmfare Awards, Bollywood Movie Awards
Family
Home Town Hyderabad, India
Parents Krishnam Raju Varma, Suryamma
Spouse Ratna Varma
Date of Marriage
Children Revathi Varma
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Actors JD Chakravarthy
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