Born on 19 January 1949, in Palakollu, Allu Aravind is one of the most influential producers of the Telugu film industry currently. He owns Geetha Arts, a highly famous production company in Tollywood, and he recently even launched his own studios, Allu studios. Allu Aravind entered the industry as the son of Allu Ramalingaiah, a popular comedian in Tollywood. Aravind even appeared in three films but settled down as a producer. While he has predominantly produced films in the Telugu language, he has also produced several films in Hindi, Tamil, and Kannada.
Let us now take a look at the actor’s net worth, lifestyle, car collection, and remuneration per movie.
According to sources, Allu Aravind’s net worth is estimated to be over Rs. 165 Crores, all of which has been earned through his career as a film producer.
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Remuneration per movie and annual income:
Allu Aravind’s annual income is estimated to be over Rs. 4 Crores. Given that he’s a producer, his remuneration would depend upon the profits or losses made by the films that he produces.
Allu Aravind is married to Nirmala, with whom he has three sons – Allu Venkatesh, Allu Arjun, and Allu Sirish. The couple had a fourth son, Allu Rajesh, before the birth of Arjun, whom they, unfortunately, lost in an accident. Allu Arjun and Allu Sirish are both actors in Tollywood.
Allu Aravind started his career as a producer in 1974, with Bantrotu Bharya, which he co-produced along with director Dasari Narayana Murthy. He then went on to produce several films, most of which included Megastar Chiranjeevi as the leading man. Allu Aravind has also co-produced several movies with other production houses, which feature various actors from Tollywood.
Aravind made his debut as a producer in Hindi cinema in 1990, with the film Pratibandh, which marked the Hindi debut of Chiranjeevi. The film was a remake of the Telugu film Ankusam.
He made his Kannada debut in 1998, by producing the film Mangalyam Tantunanena, which is a remake of the Telugu film Pavitra Bandham.
Aravind made his debut as a producer in Tamil cinema in 1989, with the film Mappillai, which featured Rajinikanth as the leading man. The film was a remake of the Telugu film Attaki Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu, which featured Chiranjeevi in the lead role