Raghuvannan is an Indian film actor, who has appeared in Tamil language films. The son of actor Manivannan, he has appeared in films including Maaran (2002) and Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA (2013).
Raghuvannan made his debut with the Sathyaraj-starrer Maaran (2002), with a critic from The Hindu stating "as the studious first year medical college student suits the character so well, that you forget that the lad is just acting out a role". He subsequently failed to get bigger film offers and worked on a couple of low-budget ventures and shelved films including Kadhal Valarthen, where he worked with Manoj Bharathiraja and Kunal. In 2013, Raghuvannan played a leading role alongside Sathyaraj in his father's 50th directorial venture, Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA. He had also signed up to act in his father's next project Thalattu Machi Thalattu, but the film was cancelled after Manivannan died in June 2013.
In February 2015, Raghuvannan announced that he was working towards directing a remake of his father's Nooravathu Naal (1984). He began scripting the film to adapt it to modern day audiences, while signing on Natarajan Subramaniam to portray the lead role.