Raghu Ram the senior supervising producer at MTV India and the executive producer of the show MTV Roadies. Raghu Ram was born on 6th June 1973 in Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh and was brought up in Delhi. He studied at Woodstock School, Mussoorie, but he and his brother Rajiv are college dropouts.
As of March 2009, Raghu continues to act as the senior supervising producer and co-creative head at MTV India. He started supervising shows like MTV Love Line with VJs Malaika Arora Khan and Cyrus Broacha, He also worked for MTV Select and the first few seasons of MTV Super Select with VJ Nikhil Chinapa.
One of the most popular reality show, MTV Roadies was Raghu's first solo project. He was assigned this project in the year 2000. The show was tentatively titled MTV: Find The Road, and was initially met with skepticism by the senior producers of the channel. Raghu's idea of this show was accepted as an experimental project by MTV, India. However, after 6 years of success and with a steadily growing fan-base, Roadies has grown in popularity, budget as well as grandeur.
Recently Raghu has launched one more show with his brother Rajiv called MTV connected. This is a game show on twins. Previously both the brothers have judged Roadies 6.0 together.
Raghu's on-screen behavior attracts strong reactions from viewers. He is most known for his frequent outbursts, harsh language and scathing criticism directed at participants of the shows he judges. While some people think his attitude is unfair, some also appreciate him for being impartial and fair.
He is married to Sugandha Garg who was seen in the role of "Shaleen" in the successful Hindi movie Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na.
Raghu, the meanest co-host of Roadies will soon be seen in a different role. He is all set to make his silver screen debut with Abbas Tyrewala's second directorial project 1-800-Love, mainlining John Abraham and Abbas' wife Pakhi.