Ram Charan Teja WikiRam Charan is an Indian film actor, entrepreneur and a celebrity. He has made his debut with the film Chirutha in the lead role which was released in September 2007. After the release of the 2009 blockbuster Magadheera, which was only his second film, Charan established himself as one of the leading contemporary actors of Tollywood. He has won two Andhra Pradesh state Nandi Awards, two Filmfare Awards South, two CineMAA Awards and one Santosham Best Actor Award. He made his bollywood debut with the remake of Zanjeer opposite Priyanka Chopra.
BiographyRam Charan was born on 27 March 1985 in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. He studied in Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan School, Chennai and he was brought up there itself. He is famous for his dance moves in Telugu Film Industry and he has good skills in Martial Arts. He knows horse riding well and the person who encouraged him to be involved in horse riding was Prabhu, a Tamil actor. Currently he is the brand ambassador for Tata DoCoMo for Andhra Pradesh region. He owns a Polo Team Ram Charan Hyderabad Polo Riding Club (RC HPRC). He also serves on the board of directors of MAA TV. In December 2013, Ram Charan was ranked 69 in 2013 India's Forbes list with an earnings of INR 12.67 crore.
Personal ProfileName : Ram Charan Teja
Nick Name : Cherry
Birth Place : Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India
Date of Birth : 27 March 1985
Age : 29 years
Height : 5'9"
Main Indusrty : Tollywood
Occupation : Actor
Status : Married
Spouse/Wife : Upasana Kamineni
Nationality : Indian
Zodiac Sign : Aries (Mesham)
Education QualificationRam Charan Teja studied in Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan School, Chennai.
FamilyRam Charan Teja was born to Tollywood superstar-cum-politician Chiranjeevi and Surekha Konidala, who is a home maker. He has two sisters Sushmitha and Sreeja. He is the grandson of late Allu Rama Lingaiah, who was a comedian. Actors Nagendra Babu and Pawan Kalyan are his paternal uncles. Indian film producer and distributor Allu Aravind is his maternal uncle. Actors Allu Arjun and Allu Sirish are his cousins.
In MS Dhoni - The Untold StoryAs per the sources, Tollywood-turned-Bollywood actor Ram Charan will be seen in the upcoming biopic "MS Dhoni". He will portray cricketer Suresh Raina's character which is a crucial part in the movie. While Sushant Singh Rajput will play the lead role as Dhoni. It is known fact that MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina are close friends.
Bollywood movie ZanjeerRam Charan has made his bollywood debut with the film Zanjeer, which is sequel to 1973 hindi film with the same name. This action film is directed by Apoorva Lakhia. Charan has played lead role as ACP Vijay Khanna along with Priyanka Chopra.
2013 Zanjeer (Hindi)
2014 Govindudu Andarivadele
Marriage/WifeCharan got married to Upasana Kamineni, the vice-chairman of Apollo Charity and chief editor of B Positive magazine. The engagement took place in Hyderabad on December 1, 2011. Upasana is the granddaughter of Prathap C. Reddy, the Executive Chairman of the Apollo Hospitals. Subsequently, Ram Charan married her on June 14, 2012 at the Temple Tress Farm House. The couple later visited the Tirupati temple and had their honeymoon in Vatican City.
Ram Charan Teja and UpasanaRam Charan Teja and Upasana has met seven years before their marriage. They both were bestfriends. Just two years before marriage they started dating. Finally the actor married his best friend and became life patners. He said that, "Well, she has a selfish motive. She says she can't handle me alone. She needs my parents help. That was below the belt".
Latest newsActor Ram Charan, wants to work with Srinu Vaitla and also Gautham Menon. He is impressed with Srinu Vaitla's script and gave a nod to do his film. Finally, Ram has signed yet-untitled next Telugu project with filmmaker Srinu Vaitla will go on the floors here March 5. The film will be produced by DVV Danayya and features Rakul Preet Singh, paired with Ram for the first time. The film will also mark the reunion of writer Kona Venkat and director Srinu Vaitla after parting ways couple of years back.