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Personal life and CareerEdit
Ravi Kinagi was born into a Kannada family. He learned the basics of filmmaking from his father Shankar Kinagi who was a producer and director. He shifted to Mumbai to work with Rajshri Films when they were making Paheli, Naiyya, and Kanoon Ka Shikar. He also assisted S Ramanathan, Anil Ganguly, and Prashant Nanda. He then directed two Marathi films, Manuski and Halahal. Later he shifted to Odisha to make Odia films. His Odia film Manini was said to be the first Silver Jubilee film in Odisha. He finally shifted to the Bengali film industry where he has made numerous successful films over the years. He speaks seven languages — Kannada, Hindi, English, Marathi, Gujarati, Odia, and Bengali.
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|1989||Ama Ghar Ama Sansar||Odia|
|1994||Bhai Hela Bhagari||Odia|
|1997||Kandhei Aaakhire Luha||Odia|
|2001||Sindoor Nukhen Khela Ghara||Odia|
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- "'Experience movies, favourites and more has been my best teacher'". The Statesman. 14 October 2017. Retrieved 23 August 2020.