Ram Gopal Varma, the director of films such as “Satya,” “Company,” “Shiva,” “Rangeela,” and the “Sarkaar” franchise, has finally received his college degree 37 years after he graduated and after he changed the face of parallel Hindi cinema. Ram Gopal Varma is known for films such as “Satya,” “Company,” “Shiva,” and “Rangeela.”
The director, who is credited with pioneering the innovative idea of utilising cameras to tell stories through a variety of angles and perspectives, recently shared a picture of the degree on his various social media platforms. In the caption, the director penned the following: “I am overjoyed to have been awarded my Bachelor of Technology degree today, 37 years after I passed the required exams; I did not take the exam in 1985 because I was not interested in working in the field of civil engineering. Thank you #AcharyaNagarjunaUniversity Mmmmmmuuaahh.”
The year 1985 is listed as the year of passing for the degree that was awarded by Acharya Nagarjuna University, which is located in Andhra Pradesh. The director of the film received a degree with a second-class division. On Twitter, there are more than 4,000 people who have liked the tweet.
A number of Internet users took the time to congratulate the film director on his recent graduation. One user commented as follows: “Ohhh woww, this is unimaginable and awesome all at the same time….. Herzlichen Glückwunsch, Herr Ingenieur Ramu garu! This makes me feel incredibly happy inside.”
One more of them wrote: “Civil engineering! For this reason, some of your earlier films made use of locations such as buildings and structures that were still in the process of being constructed.”
Who is Ram Gopal Varma?
Ram Gopal Varma (often abbreviated as RGV) is an Indian film director, producer, and screenwriter who has worked predominantly in Hindi and Telugu cinema. He is known for his unconventional and often controversial filmmaking style.
Varma started his career in the Telugu film industry with the film “Siva” in 1989, which went on to become a blockbuster hit. He then directed a series of critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, including “Rangeela,” “Satya,” “Company,” and “Sarkar.”
Varma is known for his gritty and realistic portrayal of crime, violence, and politics in his films. He has won several awards, including National Film Awards, Filmfare Awards, and Nandi Awards for his contributions to Indian cinema.
In addition to his work in film, Varma has also been involved in television and web series production, and has authored several books.