Renowned filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli, celebrated for his cinematic marvels like Baahubali and RRR, turns 50 today, marking a milestone in his illustrious career. With the recent Oscar triumph for RRR's song 'Naatu Naatu,' Rajamouli's global recognition has soared to new heights.
Renowned filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli, celebrated for his
cinematic marvels like Baahubali and RRR, turns 50 today, marking a milestone
in his illustrious career. With the recent Oscar triumph for RRR's song 'Naatu
Naatu,' Rajamouli's global recognition has soared to new heights.
Behind the grandeur on screen, Rajamouli is cherished for his down-to-earth demeanor, endearing him to audiences worldwide. His cinematic journey spans over two decades, having helmed 12 movies, with two more projects currently in the pipeline. His contributions have reshaped the Telugu film industry, yielding monumental commercial successes.
Born on October 10, 1973, into a Telugu household,
Rajamouli's full name is Koduri Srisaila Sri Rajamouli. Holding an engineering
degree from CR Reddy College of Engineering, Andhra Pradesh, he entered wedlock
with Rama Rajamouli in 2001. The couple is blessed with two children, S.S.
Karthikeya and S.S. Mayookha
Rajamouli's footprint in the Telugu film industry extends beyond direction; he has excelled as a producer and screenwriter, captivating audiences with his adventures in the fantasy genre. His stellar contributions have earned him accolades both nationally and internationally.
With an estimated net worth of $20 million, roughly ₹158
crore, Rajamouli's earnings stem from movie remunerations, personal
investments, and his production ventures. Nestled in the upscale Banjara Hills
of Hyderabad, Rajamouli's opulent residence was acquired in 2008. Additional
properties grace his real estate portfolio across different cities. Noteworthy
are his luxury cars, including a Range Rover and a BMW, valued at ₹1-1.5 crore.
Following the triumphs of RRR and Baahubali, Rajamouli is
immersed in his latest endeavor, "Made in India." This project
promises to delve into the life of Dadasaheb Phalke, revered as the pioneer of
Indian cinema. The film's production will be spearheaded by Rajamouli's son,
Karthikeya, alongside Varun Gupta, as per reports.
In commemorating SS Rajamouli's 50th birthday, we celebrate not only a visionary filmmaker but a cultural icon whose contributions have left an indelible mark on Indian cinema.