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Well known director and producer, Ravi Varma is a film institute graduate. He began acting from an early age of nine making his breakthrough in movies across South Indian languages. He starred in several commercially successful films and got critical acclaim. As an actor he played both the good cop and the bad cop and entertained his audience.
From the spotlight of acting he transited to production and launched his production house RVR productions in 1990.
His passion for directing movies gave him an opportunity to work alongside stalwarts of the South Indian Film Industry like K. Balachander, Bapu, Bhimsingh, Dasari and Jandalaya. He successfully directed forty plus films.
He is a contemporary of his counterparts from the film institute who had made their dents as great actors of the time, like Raghuvaran, Archana, Abavanam, Rajiv Menon, Thalavasal Vijay and Naser.
Manojkrishna holds his position in the South India Film Industry as a renowned casting director in good stead.
Being part of the industry for more than three decades and having been an actor himself, he understood the challenges that first time actors face. He felt the lack of expressive artistes.
He launched Sunshine Modeling, a casting outfit under the banner of Sai infotainment to fill the lacuna and provide direction to aspiring artistes into the entertainment industry. Careers of some of the best known faces in the industry were launched by Sunshine Modelling. It is acclaimed as being committed to technicians and artistes across genres and ages.
Manoj Krishna took the next big leap to ride the internet wave and introduced SHINEWOODS to the industry. Now, new actor aspirants have access to fulfill their dreams and be part of the entertainment industry from anywhere in the world.
When young lass Namitha, all of 16 years of age was crowned Miss Surat, in 1998, little did she know that her lucky stars had decided on her glorious destiny. She was crowned Miss India 3rd runner up in 2001 and was the winner of Sony viewer’s choice that year. As history does it, one thing led to the other and she soon found herself doing diverse roles, predominantly in South India films. She has come full circle doing romantic, comedy, glamorous, action and demure portrayals. She became a star amid the star studded world of entertainment.
From advocating safe driving as a social cause to being a model for a few big Indian brands, to having been chosen as the “most beautiful person” in India by a Japanese media station, Tokyo TV, Namitha has seen sweet success at a young age. She is revered as a goddess, with a temple built as a tribute by diehard fans in Tamil Nadu, India. Namitha gracefully accepts the bouquets from her fans.
Today, Namitha is happy with her recognition and rewards from the film world, but not one to sit on her laurels, she is a rising entrepreneur.