The Ramu is a river in northern Papua New Guinea. The headwaters of the river are formed in the Kratke Range from where it then travels approximately north-west to the Bismarck Sea.
Along the Ramu's course it receives numerous tributaries from the Bismarck Range to the south and the Finisterre and Adelbert Ranges from the north. During the wet season the Ramu and Sepik Rivers join across the flood plain.
The Ramu is a major river in Papua New Guinea.
Ramu may also refer to:
- Ramu languages, a language family
- Ramu (1966 film), a Tamil film
- Ramu (1968 film), a Telugu film
- Ramu (1987 film), a Telugu film
- Ramu (actor), Indian film actor in Malayalam films
- Ramu Upazila, a upazila (subdivision) in Bangladesh
- Ramu (monkey), kept behind bars in India for 5 years on the charge of disturbing communal harmony
- Rabbi Mordechai Willig, whose Hebrew acronym ( רמ"ו) is transliterated into English as Ramu
Ramu is a 1968 Telugu drama film produced by AVM Productions and directed by A. C. Tirulokchandar. The film stars NTR and Jamuna in the lead roles. The film is a remake of the 1966 Tamil film of the same name starring Gemini Ganesan, K. R. Vijaya and Pushpalatha. The soundtrack of the film is very good with music score provided by R. Goverdhanam and songs rendered by Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao and P. Susheela, most memorable one "Raa Raa Krishnayya".
Ramu is a Malayalam film actor. He has acted in more than 100 films. He acts mainly in villain roles.
Ramu is a 1966 Tamil language drama film directed by A. C. Tirulokchandar. The film features Gemini Ganesan, K. R. Vijaya and Master Rajkumar in lead roles. The film, produced by AVM Productions, had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. The film was super hit. The film was a remake of Hindi film Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Main. It was remade in Telugu with same name starring N. T. Rama Rao and Jamuna. It was also remade in Malayalam as Babumon.
Ramu is a 1987 Telugu drama film produced D. Ramanaidu by Suresh Productions banner, directed by Y.Nageswara Rao. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Rajani in the lead roles and music composed by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam. The film recorded as Super Hit at box office.