Raghava Lawrence is one of the few multi-talented personalities in the South Cinema. His life is like a movie, tearjerking, ambitious and finally successful. Raghava was affected by the brain tumor when he was 8 years old and the Doctors have lost all the hope. But, his mother had a deep faith in the God and visited Lord Raghavendra Swamy temple and Raghava had a miraculous escape from death.
Due to prolonged illness and bed-ridden for a long time, he could not attend proper schooling. For a livelihood, he started working as a car cleaner to the stunt master Super Subbarayan. Raghava was born dancer and used to dance at functions and marriages.
Tamil Superstar Rajnikanth was impressed by his dancing skills after seeing him dancing in shooting break and recommended him to join the Dancers Association.
Lawrence was a part of Prabhudeva’s team and appeared as a side dancer in movies “Gentleman” and “Mutamestri”. In a short span, Lawrence emerged from a side dancer to a dance master with Chiranjeevi’s “Hitler”.
He made debut as an actor with “Speed” in Telugu and later turned director with Nagarjuna’s “Mass”. He further expanded his talent into music composition with films “Don” and “Rebel”. Raghava Lawrence’s trilogy “Muni”, “Kanchana” and “Ganga” based on horror themes have fared pretty well at the box office making him one of the most sought-after directors in the South.