Goparaju Ramana is a Telugu stage, film and television actor and a renowned filmmaker of Tamil films. He works on Gemini TV’s daily serial, Agni Poolu. In 2015, he was presented the Sutti Veerabhadra Rao Memorial Award for his brilliant performance as Sankar Rao in the award-winning stage play, Nalugu Godala Madhya. This play was scripted by his son, Goparaju Vijay.
He is also a popular film actor, who predominantly works in the Telugu cinema. In 2001, he was seen in Sri Hari and Deepti-starrer film, Maa Aayana Sundarayya. G. Ramana played as Subramaniam in the 2004 National Award-winning Telugu film, Grahanam, which was directed by
Mohan Krishna Indraganti
, who also directed the 2006 Telugu film, Mayabazaar, from which Ramana also acted. In the same year, he acted in the Telugu film, Sundarini Tondarekkuva. He is also part of the Telugu comedy film,
, which is also directed by Mohan Krishna Indraganti in 2008.
Besides acting, Goparaju is also a director of many Tamil films including Madhana Manmadhana, Amaran,
, Bheeman Asthinapuram, Sadhuram, Kumizhi, Navarasam, Kadhalan Kadhali, Oru Thalai Kadhal, Mela Thalam, Mayavaram, Koothu, Vibunan, Muyal, Padayal, Shetram, Ari Yadhavan Puri Yadhavan, Iru Killadigal, 6 Candles, Murumugam, Kootu Kalavani, America to Aminjikarai,
Ilangandru, Thirunaal, Maadapuram, Gajamugan, Annam, Naangam Thamizhan,
, Poiyzhan, Asurakulam,
, Sintha Bruvan Malay, En Kadhal Pudhithu, Paraman and many more. He also directed the upcoming Tamil film, Parvathipuram, which is slated to release in December 2016.