Born on May 16th, 1944, in Thrissur, Kerala, T. G. Ravindranathan, prevalently known as T. G. Ravi, is an Indian film performer, recognized for his parts as a scalawag in Malayalam silver screen. He is the son of Kalyani and T. R. Govindan Ezhuthassan. At first, he pursued a profession in engineering and attempted his degree in Government Engineering College from the University of Kerala in Thrissur, with a short spell in Mar Athanasius College of Engineering in Kothamangalam.
He finished his graduation in Mechanical Engineering in 1969. Aside from including in theater arts, he likewise presented to the Kerala University in Hockey and Football. He has two kids name Ranjith, a former student of London Business School and Indian Institute of Management of Calcutta; and
, a Mechanical Engineer, and upcoming film on-screen character. Ravi was a performer at The AIR where he encountered Thikkodiyan, who was instrumental in acquainting him with the silver screen. He is a prominent industrialist and involved in creating Thrissur as a noteworthy base for the rubber based businesses.
Ravi works at the Suntec Tyres Limited as a Managing Director. Ravi has likewise filled in as the leader of The Devaswom Board in Cochin which managed the undertakings of more than 400 holy places in Palakkad, Ernakulam, and Thrissur districts. He wedded (late) Dr. V. K. Subhadra, a resigned government worker. Ravi started acting in the theatre plays to set up by the young fellows in his town Moorkkanikkara in Thrissur region.
He likewise began working in the proficient show. Radio plays were famous back then. Thikkodiyan acquainted Ravi with Aravindan, a profoundly acclaimed Malayalam Director, which got him his first part in movie Uttarayanam. He didn't get an opportunity to act from that point forward, so he created a motion picture himself name Paadasaram, in which he was the lead character. It tumbled in the cinematic world. However, the following two movies he delivered, Chakara and Chora Chuvanna Chora, improved the situation.
The part of Shaji in Chakara with Jayan built up to him as a villain. Among the individuals who recognized him was executive Bharathan. In 1981, he cast Ravi in part Kunjippalu in film Parankimala. The criminal who talked in the Thrissur tongue ended up being the defining moment in his vocation. After movie Parankimala, he featured in many hits, including Pavam Krooranby Rajasenan, Ee Naduby I. V. Sasi, NH 47 by Baby, Iniyenkilumby I. V. Sasi, 1921by T. Damodaran and Pathamudayamby J. Sasikumar.
He left acting when he was at his crest, as one of the feared antagonists of Malayalam film in the late 80s. T. G. Ravi is currently working again as a performing artist, after a break. He resumed his vocation with SibiMalayil's project Amrutham in 2006 and afterward made noted execution in films such as
by K. Biju, Pakal by M. A. Nishad, Jacobinte Samrajyam by
, Cycle by
and Romans by
. He won 2006 Kerala State Government Television honor, Kerala State Film Award in 2007 and Kerala Film Critics Association grants. Ravi was the head of All Kerala Ezhuthachan Samaja.