'The camera gives one superhuman energy and makes humanly impossible things happen'... and this is the same buoyant energy that prompted Ramesh Aravind to don the cap of a Director. Being a keen observer of life, his movies depict the nuances of life that make it all the more worthwhile.
Rama Bhama Shama, Ramesh’s first directorial venture was lapped up by the audiences, and saw the return of Kamal Hassan, the doyen of south Indian cinema to Kannada films. The film was highly appreciated for its comic caper and tickled the bones of the audiences.
Bolstered by the response to his direction, Ramesh directed his second kannada film, Satyavan Savitri. This too proved to be a crowd puller and affirmed his presence as a director of repute. To fulfill the creative zest, he tried his hand again in the realm of direction to come up with a movie based on a different theme than his earlier two. Accident, a movie with a serious style of narration opened to rave reviews. Venkata in Sankata, his fourth directorial venture, and another attempt at comedy went onto become a huge hit, running succesfully for over 120 days.