Jamuna, a veteran Telugu actress, has died at the age of 86.
Jamuna, a former cinema actress, died at the age of 86. She had been ailing for a while before dying at her home in Hyderabad. She appeared in films in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi.
Jamuna was born in Hampi on August 30, 1936. Nippani Srinivasa Rao is her father’s name, and Kausalya Devi is her mother’s. Before she began performing, her name was Janabhai. On the recommendation of astrologers, her parents changed her name to Jamuna. She attended Guntur’s Duggirala Girls School. His mother taught him voice music and harmonium. Jaggaiah, a senior actor, cast her in the play “Khiljirajupatanam.” After viewing the play “Ma Bhumi,” Dr. Garikipati Rajarao offered her her first film role. Ala Jamuna debuted in the film “Puttillu,” which was released in 1952.
She became the café address for difficult jobs, particularly Satyabhama’s. She appeared in hundreds of Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi films. She worked with several prominent actors, including NTR, ANNR, SV Ranga Rao, and Krishna, to amuse moviegoers. Jamuna succeeded in politics in addition to being an actress. She was elected to the Lok Sabha from Rajamahendravaram for the Congress Party in 1989.
She earned the NTR National Award in 2008, as well as Filmfare Awards for Best Supporting Actress in 1964 and 1968. She was elected as a Congress MP from Rajahmundry in 1989. At 11 a.m., the actress’s mortal remains will be taken to the film room.
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