From medicine to movies, the journey of Ravikirane

Ravikirane is a homeopathy doctor, whose passion is mostly films now

By Author  |  Published: 6th Dec 2017  11:00 pmUpdated: 7th Dec 2017  1:00 am

At the age of 37, Ravikirane is a successful doctor by profession and producer by passion. This Homeopathy doctor, who was a university topper, has many credits in his kitty and has kept adding feathers to his hat.

Ravikirane had produced Saptagiri Express earlier and Saptagiri LLB now. His journey towards the production of the film is really inspiring to many. “While I was studying in London, I realised the craze foreigners have for Indian cinema and slowly the interest developed in me too. I started watching films regularly and was keen in doing something in any department of the film,” says the doctor.
Saptagiri was a client of Ravikirane at Masters Homeopathy and slowly they became good friends. That is when he told Ravi that he is looking for a producer for Saptagiri Express. Ravi, who was passionate about films, came forward to produce the film and that is how it went on to floors. “Saptagiri LLB is an official remake of Jolly LLB. As I studied in Bombay too, I could reach to the makers of the film and brought the rights to remake it. We have spent much more on this film than the first one and for sure it’s better than the first attempt. Saptagiri himself has also worked very hard and his energy levels are too high,” he adds.

Saptagiri LLB is hitting the screens today and the producer is waiting to hear the positive feedback from the audience. Ravikirane says that he hasn’t compromised in the production quality and has put efforts to make it the best. Songs were shot in Switzerland too and he has roped in actors like Sai Kumar as antagonist and Kota Srinivasa Rao is also a part of the film.

“Movies are where I invest most of my time now. We are even taking the production rights of Tamil film Dhruva Natchathiram in Telugu and I just want film making to become my hobby soon.” Ravikiran adds.