|Occupation||Actor, singer, film producer|
|Children||Vinay Rajkumar, Yuva Rajkumar|
|Relatives||See Rajkumar family|
Raghavendra Rajkumar is an Indian film producer and former actor in Kannada cinema. He is also a singer and sings in some of his movies. He is the second son of actor Rajkumar and film producer Parvathamma. He made his film debut as a lead actor in Chiranjeevi Sudhakar (1988) before appearing the hugely successful 1989 film Nanjundi Kalyana. He has since produced three films under Sri Vajreshwari Combines. His son Vinay Rajkumar is an actor. He was admitted to Singapore in 2013 due to stroke. He is currently undergoing physiotherapy treatment. Six years later, when he went to act in a lead role in the movie.Ammana Mane, the Prime Minister of Singapore heard about it and watched the movie. His 25th movie is Aadisidaata including two movies as child artist and excluding one movie in guest appearance.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|1974||Sri Srinivasa Kalyana||Child Actor|
|1975||Daari Tappida Maga||Kitty||Child Actor|
|1988||Chiranjeevi Sudhakar||Sudhakar||Debut movie|
|1990||Aasegobba Meesegobba||Raghu||Cameo appearance|
|Navibbaru Namagibbaru||Chandru||Dual role|
|Ibbara Naduve Muddina Aata|
|1999||Tuvvi Tuvvi Tuvvi||Kumar|
|2019||Ammana Mane||Rajeeva||Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actor|||
|Pogaru||Telugu-Kannada bilingual film|||
|1989||Nanjundi Kalyana||"Nijava Nudiyale", "Hosa Premadalli"||Upendra Kumar|
|1990||Gajapathi Garvabhanga||All songs except Jataka Kudure||Upendra Kumar|
|1990||Anukoolakkobba Ganda||All songs||Upendra Kumar|
|1991||Kalyana Mantapa||All songs except Ombathu Ombathu||Upendra Kumar|
|2019||Ammana Mane||All songs||Sameer Kulakarani|
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