Amma Rajasekhar (Bigg Boss Telugu 4) Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More

Amma Rajasekhar


Amma Rajasekhar is an Indian director and choreographer. He has mainly worked in the Telugu films.


Amma Rajasekhar or Arumugam Rajasekhar was born on 25 May in Chennai. His zodiac sign is Gemini. He did his schooling from JRK Matriculation Higher Secondary School in Chennai.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 8″

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Family, Caste & Wife

His father’s name is Silamba Aramugam was a fight master in South Indian films. He is married, and the couple is blessed with two children; one daughter and one son. His daughter’s name is Radha Rajshekar.

Amma Rajasekhar With His Mother

Amma Rajasekhar and His Family

Amma Rajasekhar With His Son

Amma Rajasekhar With His Wife and Children


He is a well-known choreographer in Telugu films. Earlier, he used to learn dance from Anthony Master’s friend and Tara Master.

Amma Rajasekhar in a Dance Show

He has judged the popular dance reality TV shows ‘Challenge’ (2010),’Gharshana’ (2010), and ‘Rangam 2’ (2012). He has worked as a director in various Telugu films. Some of his films as a director are ‘Khiladi Dass’ (Tamil) (2006), ‘Takkari’ (2007), ‘Bheebatsam’ (2009), ‘Poru’ (2012), ‘Mudra’ (2012), and ‘Koduran’ (2016). He got immense popularity with the Telugu film, ‘Ranam 2’ (2015) in which he worked as an actor and director. He participated in the famous TV reality show, ‘Bigg Boss Telugu 4’ in 2020.

Amma Rajasekhar in a Film


In 2015, he was arrested by the Panjagutta Police, Hyderabad for beating a gym trainer.

On 23 April 2018, in an interview, he passed some controversial comments on girls.


  • His real name is Arumugam Rajashekar.
  • He is often spotted drinking alcohol in parties. In 2017, he was even caught in drink and drive case.

  • In an interview, he talked about the director-actor, J. D. Chakravarthy, he said,

I consider JD Chakravarthy as my guru and I’m ecstatic at the prospect of directing him. The new-age cinema will be of an interesting genre and also thrives on realistic incidents.”