Sreejith Ravi

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Sreejith Ravi
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Sreejith in 2011
Born (1976-05-19) 19 May 1976 (age 46)
Alma mater
OccupationActor
Years active2005 – present
SpouseSajitha Sreejith
Children2
Parent

Sreejith Ravi (born 19 May 1976) is an Indian actor who appears predominantly in Malayalam films and also in Tamil films. He is the son of actor T. G. Ravi.

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Early life

Sreejith is the son of actor and industrialist T. G. Ravi and V. K. Subhadra. He studied in Hari Sri Vidya Nidhi School, Thrissur. He received his Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Karnataka. He also received his PGDBA from ICFAI Business School, Bangalore, and Diploma in Business Finance from ICFAI Hyderabad.[ citation needed ]

Career

He started his acting career in 2005 with the film Mayookham . He got a breakthrough after appearing in Chanthupottu . He also acted in Adoor Gopalakrishnan's Naalu Pennungal . He portrayed Sivarasan in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination-based Mission 90 Days . he had a substantial role in Chekavar. he debuted in Tamil film industry with Vettai . His roles in Sathyan Anthikad's Kadha Thudarunnu and Orkut Oru Ormakoot was different from the villains role he did until then.

He won SIIMA award in 2013 for the Best Comedian for his performance in Punyalan Agarbattis , in which he played a humorous role named Abhayakumar, an auto-rickshaw driver. He played main villain characters in the Tamil films Kumki , Madha Yaanai Koottam , Kathakali (film) . He has acted in a Kannada film Happily Married. He also has dubbed for his father T. G. Ravi in Ashwaroodan and Pranchiyettan & the Saint .

Personal life

Sreejith is married to Sajitha Sreejith and has two sons—Rijrashwa Sreejith and Ritunjay Sreejith.[ citation needed ]

Filmography

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YearTitleRoleNotes
2022 Jo and Jo Police officercameo appearance
2022Kallan D`Souza
2022 Aaraattu Police officer
2022 Pathonpatham Noottandu Dagger-14-plain.png
2022 Meppadiyan Sub Inspector [1]
2021VarkyPaily
2020B Nilavarayum SharjahpalliyumTBA
2019 Thrissur Pooram police officer100th film
2019The Gambinos
2018 Asuravadham MuthukalaiTamil Film
2018TanahaJamesLead role
2018 Queen Minister
2017 Ramaleela Siby Chako
2017 Punyalan Private Limited Abhayakumar
2017 Aayirathil Iruvar Thilak PrabhuTamil Film
2017 Godha Vijayan
2017 Ramante Eden Thottam Salim
2016 Anyarku Praveshanamilla Black mani
2016Zoom
2016 Karinkunnam 6'S Barnabas
2016 Kathakali Inspector Saravana VadivelTamil Film
2016AakashvaniShibu
2015Mumbai taxi
2015Marutha
2015The Bail
2015KanthariRocky
2015Swargathekkal SundaramNRI
2015 Mariyam Mukku Lorenze
2015 Oru Second Class Yathra Balagopal
2015 Urumbukal Urangarilla Chooden Rajappan
2014 Senthatti Kaalai Sevatha Kaalai Tamil Film
2014 Iyobinte Pusthakam Young Comrade
2014 Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla Sudhan
2014 100 Degree Celsius
2014Kerala TodayKadavul Shaju
2014Flat No.4BKrishnajith S VijayanMalayalam Film
2013 Madha Yaanai Koottam PonramTamil Film
2013 Vedivazhipadu Pradeep
2013 Punyalan Agarbattis Abhayakumar
2013 Tourist Home Rajeev
2013 Memories Antony50th film
2013Kallante MakanPolice
2013 Celluloid Sundararaj
2012 Vettai SurulaiTamil Film
2012Ezham SuryanDanny
2012 Kumki Tamil film
2012 Thiruvambadi Thampan
2011 Three Kings -
2011SeniorsPolice Officer
2011 Violin Freddy
2011Mithram
2010 Best Actor Salam
2010 Chekavar Udumpu Rocky
2010 Textbook
2010 Pranchiyettan and the Saint Varghese
2010 Nayakan -
2010 Punyam Aham Pankan
2010 Swantham Bharya Zindabad -
2010 Thanthonni -
2010 Yugapurushan
2009 Kerala Cafe Segment "Island Express"
2009 Loud Speaker BachelorCameo appearance
2009Vairam: Fight for Justice-
2009 Passenger -
2009 Bhagavan -
2009Swa LeRamanathan
2009 Kancheepurathe Kalyanam
2008 Sulthan Vivek
2008ThalappavuKarunan
2007ThavalamGauri
2007 Kangaroo 'Syringe' Vasu
2007IndrajithJamal
2007 Veeralipattu Chandu
2007Abraham & LincolnUsman
2007 November Rain Sali
2007 Panthaya Kozhi
2007Mission 90 DaysSivarasan (as Sreejit Ravi)
2007 Big B Anthakaram Babu
2006Oruvan
2006JayamDennis
2006The Donidikkatta Vasu
2006 Lion Baby
2005 Naalu Pennungal Pappukkutty
2005Kerala Police
2005 Sketch Bashir
2005 Ravanan Madhavan
2005 Chanthupottu Clitus
2005 By the People Sathyan
2005 Mayookham DamuDebut

As dubbing artist

Arrest and release

He was arrested in 2016 for public indecency, where he flashed 14 schoolgirls in Palakkad, though he was released on bail. [2] He was again arrested in July 2022 for flashing naked in front of two minors. [3] He was denied bail and was remanded for seven days. [4] The court, considering that he was undergoing treatment for a behavioural disorder for the past six years, was granted bail on condition that the bail would get cancelled if he was found guilty of similar offenses again. [5]

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