Sai Pallavi was born in Kerala, India. He was named after his great grandmother who was a worshipful Hindu Goddess. Since his birth he had always been told of his royal birth and destiny. His family lived in the Lap of Mother Nature in a large coconut plantation on the Arabian Sea coast. His father worked all day long harvesting coconuts.
In order to make some money his father took his sister with him on a long fishing trip. While they were gone a merchant named Karthikeyan came by and sold them. Sai’s mother tried to save her sister but to no avail. When the merchant heard about it, he came back and sold his goods as well. This was to be the beginning of the downward spiral that would see his entire family poverty stricken.
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While in school his father took him to join a circus where he was cast as the fool in the acts. This was to be his first exposure to show biz. Later this same father went to earn his first dollar working as a waiter in a popular restaurant. On the onset of his skills were good but not good enough to land him a decent paying job.
In his early days he decided to become self-employed. But he soon discovered that working as a waiter was much different than what he had been used to. Working as a waiter meant that his hands and legs had to be steady to move heavy pots and pans from one table to another. He was also responsible for taking the empties from the kitchens and delivering them to the dining area. Sai was very tired when he got home from work because all he did was stand there and deliver food.
He even had to clean up the kitchen after his father left and cleaned the house as well. It was not as easy as it sounds as his father had expected and it was not a good living for him either. It was not until he was twenty-two years old that he realized his father was wrong and that he should have gone to college instead of starting such a mundane job.
But since that day, and since Sai wanted to go to college, he quit his job and joined a co-ed school called Beto Institute. For the next four years, he focused only on his education. He kept his father informed about his classes, though they were sometimes hard for him to make time for. After four years, he graduated cum laude and began a two year course at Rishikesh University in India.