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After Dhanush, now, Ponniyin Selvan actor Jayam Ravi moves to the ECR

Jayam Ravi, who was last seen in Bhoomi, awaits the release of Ponniyin Selvan, Agilan, Iraivan and so on.

After Dhanush, now, Ponniyin Selvan actor Jayam Ravi moves to the ECR
Jayam Ravi; Ponniyin Selvan poster/Facebook
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Last Updated: 03.51 PM, Jun 26, 2022


Jayam Ravi, who has Ponniyin Selvan, Agilan and Iraivan in his pipeline, is the latest Tamil actor to have moved into his new property, on East Coast Road. This will be the actor’s second new home in two years, following his newly-built Hyderabad house in 2021.

According to multiple reports, Jayam Ravi shifted to his new house on ECR from Alwarpet, a couple of months ago. Hearsay is that he was living with his family in his Hyderabad house and moved there for a short duration since his ECR home was under construction. Now, Ravi has shifted his base back to Chennai!

Jayam Ravi lives with his wife Aarti and kids Aarav Ravi and Ayaan Ravi.

Jayam Ravi with his family/Facebook
Jayam Ravi with his family/Facebook

With this, he joins the list of other K-town actors like Ajith, Jiiva and Vijay among those who have been living on ECR for quite some time. Trisha Krishnan too has been reportedly constructing a new house in the vicinity.

It looks like ECR has become the hotspot for Tamil actors, who have been constructing their property. While STR is building his new house near Uthandi, Dhanush recently moved to ECR.

K-town couple Prasanna and Sneha also have been building a huge property on the same stretch.

Meanwhile, Jayam Ravi recently completed 19 years in films and had penned a thank you note.

In multiple interviews, Jayam Ravi said, at some point, he had to take the risk, or else he would end up repeating himself or certain types of films. The actor isn't bogged down by failures. He wants to experiment more and keep building a loyal fan base. “Right now, I have the luxury of time and energy. It started on a personal note back in 2007, when I felt that I was being typecast. Peranmai was a big turning point. Also, the directors who approached me wanted to try different genres. The audience, too, has given me the confidence to go ahead with my choices,” he told the Hindu.