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N. T. Rama Rao N. Rama Rao 10th Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh In office 9 January 1983 – 16 August 1984 Governor K. C. Abraham Thakur Ram Lal Preceded by Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy Succeeded by N. Rama Rao In office 16 September 1984 – 2 December 1989 Governor Shankar Dayal Sharma Preceded by Nadendla Bhaskara Rao Succeeded by Marri Chenna Reddy In office 12 December 1994 – 1 September 1995 Governor Krishan Kant Preceded by Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy Succeeded by Nara Chandrababu Naidu Personal details Born 28 May 1923 [1] Nimmakuru, Madras Presidency, British India (now in Andhra Pradesh, India) Died 18 January 1996 (aged 72) 2] Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India (now in Telangana, India) Cause of death Cardiac arrest Political party   Telugu Desam Party (1982–1996) Other political affiliations National Front (1989–1996) Spouse(s) Basavatarakam ( m.  1942⁠–⁠1985. deceased) Lakshmi Parvathi ( m.  1993) Children Nandamuri Ramakrishna Sr. deceased) Nandamuri Jayakrishna Nandamuri Saikrishna ( deceased) Nandamuri Harikrishna ( deceased) Nandamuri Mohanakrishna Nandamuri Balakrishna Nandamuri Ramakrishna Jr. Nandamuri Jayashankar Krishna Nara Bhuvaneswari Kantamaneni Uma Maheswari Daggubati Purandeswari Garapati Lokeshwari Parents Nandamuri Lakshmayya Chowdary (father) Nandamuri Venkata Ramamma (mother) Alma mater Andhra-Christian College, Guntur Awards Padma Shri (1968) National Film Awards Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao (28 May 1923 – 18 January 1996. 1] popularly known as NTR, was an Indian actor, producer, director, film editor and politician who served as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh for seven years over three terms. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of Indian cinema and one of the two legends of Telugu cinema, along with Akkineni Nageswara Rao. [3] 4] NTR received three National Film Awards for co-producing Thodu Dongalu (1954) and Seetharama Kalyanam (1960) under National Art Theater, Madras, 5] and for directing Varakatnam (1970. 6] NTR has received the erstwhile Rashtrapati Awards for his performance(s) in the Raju Peda (1954) and the Lava Kusa (1963. 7] 8] 9] He garnered the Nandi Award for Best Actor for Kodalu Diddina Kapuram in 1970, and the Inaugural Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu in 1972 for Badi Panthulu. [7] 9] 10] NTR made his debut as an actor in a Telugu social film Mana Desam, directed by L. V. Prasad in 1949. He gained popularity in the 1950s when he became well known for his portrayals of Hindu deities, especially Krishna and Rama, 11] roles which have made him a "messiah of the masses. 12] He later became known for portraying antagonistic characters and Robin Hood -esque hero characters in films. In total, he starred in 300 films, and has become one of the most prominent figures in the history of Telugu cinema. [13] 14] 15] 16] He was voted "Greatest Indian Actor of All Time" in a CNN-IBN national poll conducted in 2013 on the occasion of the Centenary of Indian Cinema. [17] 18] 19] 20] He starred in such films as Patala Bhairavi (1951) which premiered at the first India International Film Festival, held in Mumbai on 24 January 1952, 21] 22] Malliswari (1951) premiered at Asia Pacific Film Festival, 23] the enduring classics Mayabazar (1957) and Nartanasala (1963) featured at an Afro-Asian film festival that was held in Jakarta, Indonesia. [24] All the four films were included in CNN-IBN 's list of "Hundred greatest Indian films of all time. 25] He co-produced Ummadi Kutumbam, nominated by Film Federation of India as one of its entries to the 1968 Moscow Film Festival. [13] 26] Besides Telugu, he has also acted in a few Tamil films. [27] Widely recognised for his portrayal of mythological characters, NTR was one of the leading method actors of Indian cinema, 11] He was referred to in the media as Viswa Vikhyatha Nata Sarvabhouma. [28] He was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 1968, recognizing his contribution to Indian cinema. After his career in films, NTR entered politics. He founded the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in 1982 and served three tumultuous terms as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh between 1983 and 1995. He was known as an advocate of Andhra Pradesh's distinct cultural identity, distinguishing it from the erstwhile Madras State with which it was often associated. At the national level, he was instrumental in the formation of the National Front, a coalition of non- Congress parties which governed India from 1989 until 1990. [29] Early life [ edit] Rama Rao was born on 28 May 1923 [1] in Nimmakuru, a small village in Gudivada taluk of Krishna District, which was a part of the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India. He was born to a farming couple, Nandamuri Lakshmayya Chowdary and Nandamuri Venkata Ramamma, but was given in adoption to his paternal uncle. He attended school at first in his village, and later in Vijayawada. After his matriculation in 1940, he studied at SRR & CVR college in Vijayawada and at the Andhra-Christian College in Guntur. In 1947, he joined the Madras Service Commission as a sub-registrar at Prathipadu of Guntur District, a much-coveted job that he nevertheless quit within three weeks to devote himself to acting. [30] He developed a baritone singing voice as a young man. [11] Film career [ edit] NT Ramarao portryeing Girisam character in Kanyasulkam (1955) movie NTR started his film career with a walk-on role as a policeman in Mana Desam (1949. 11] Following this, he appeared in Palletoori Pilla, directed by B. A. Subba Rao. [31] His first mythological film was in 1957, where he portrayed Krishna in the blockbuster film Maya Bazaar. [32] He played Krishna in 17 films, 32] including some landmark films such as Sri Krishnarjuna Yudham (1962) the Tamil film Karnan (1964) and Daana Veera Soora Karna (1977. He was also known for his portrayal of Lord Rama, essaying that role in films such as Lava Kusha (1963) and Shri Ramanjaneya Yuddham (1974) to name a few. He has also portrayed other characters from the Ramayana, such as Ravana in Bhookailas (1958) and Seetharama Kalyanam (1961) among others. He portrayed Lord Vishnu in films such as Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam (1960) among others and Lord Shiva in Dakshayagnam (1962. He has also enacted the roles of Mahabharatha characters, such as Bheeshma, Arjuna, Karna and Duryodhana. Later in his career, he stopped playing a prince in his commercial films and began to play roles of a poor yet heroic young man fighting against the existing system. These films appealed to the sentiments of the common man. Some of these films are Devudu Chesina Manushulu (1973) Adavi Ramudu (1977) Driver Ramudu (1979) Vetagadu (1979) Sardar Papa Rayudu (1980) Kondaveeti Simham (1981) Justice Chowdary (1982) and Bobbili Puli (1982. He also portrayed fantasy roles, his notable film in that genre being Yamagola (1977. citation needed] His film Lava Kusa, in which he starred as Rama, collected 10 million rupees in 1963. He directed and acted in the hagiographical film Shrimad Virat Veerabrahmendra Swami Charitra (1984. He also acted in films such as Brahmasri Viswamitra (1991) and Major Chandrakanth (1993. His last film was Srinatha Kavi Sarvabhowmudu, a biopic on the Telugu poet Srinatha, which released in 1993. In the later half of his career, NTR became a screenwriter. Despite having no formal training in scriptwriting, he authored several screenplays for his own movies as well as for other producers. He also produced many of his films as well as other actor's films through his film production house National Art Theater Private Limited, Madras and later Ramakrishna Studios, Hyderabad. He actively campaigned for the construction of a large number of cinemas through this production house. [33] He was influential in designing and implementing a financial system that funded the production and distribution of movies. [34] He was so dedicated to his profession that he would often learn new things in order to portray a particular character on-screen perfectly and realistically. At the age of 40, he learnt dance from the renowned Kuchipudi dancer Vempati Chinna Satyam for his role in the film Nartanasala (1963. 35] Political career [ edit] Naadendla Bhaskara Rao, a veteran politician joined Telugu Desam Party (TDP) founded by NTR, on 29 March 1982 in Hyderabad. He said that this decision was based on a historic need to rid Andhra Pradesh of the corrupt and inept rule of the Indian National Congress, which had governed the state since its formation in 1956 and whose leadership had changed the Chief Minister five times in five years. [36] First term as Chief Minister, 1983 [ edit] In the elections, the TDP allied with the Sanjaya Vichara Manch party and decided to field educated candidates who had a good name in the society [ citation needed] and were not indulging in corruption, which was an innovative political concept at the time. NTR himself decided to contest from two assembly constituencies, Gudivada and Tirupati. NTR used many innovative ways of campaigning, such as being the first politician in India to use rath yatras for campaigning. However, it was MGR who had started the open top van campaigning for elections, as it was felt that he can address the roadshows as an alternative to the mammoth meetings, which involves large amount of money as well as manpower. [37] For this, he used a modified Chevrolet van which was given the name of Chaitanya Ratham. In this, NTR travelled across the state of Andhra Pradesh, crisscrossing all the districts. With his son Nandamuri Harikrishna, also a film actor, driving the van, NTR notched up over 75, 000 kilometres during his campaign, a distinctive sight with the van's yellow party flags and banners and NTR sitting on top of the vehicle hailing the crowds. [38] NTR campaigned for restoring the dignity of the Telugu people and advocated forming a closer bond between the government and the common people, going into the elections with the slogan, Telugu Vari Atma Gauravam (lit. Telugu people's self-respect. 39] In the elections, the TDP won by an absolute majority, winning 202 out of the 294 seats in the state assembly, with NTR himself winning both the seats he contested. citation needed] Their alliance with the Sanjaya Vichara Manch fetched 202 seats. citation needed] NTR was sworn in as the 10th and the first non-Congress Chief Minister of the state on 9 January 1983 with ten cabinet ministers and five ministers of State. [40] Loss of power, 1984 [ edit] On 15 August 1984, NTR was removed from office by the then Governor of Andhra Pradesh Thakur Ram Lal, while NTR was in the US to undergo open heart surgery. [41] His finance minister, Nadendla Bhaskara Rao, a former Congressman who was the chief architect of the TDP during its inception, was made the Chief Minister by the Governor Thakur Ram Lal. Bhaskar Rao purportedly had the support of majority of the TDP MLAs which was never the case. citation needed] Return to power, 1984 [ edit] NTR returned to India immediately after his surgery, disputed the claims by Bhaskara Rao and demonstrated his strength by bringing all the MLAs supporting him, which was a majority in the 294 member assembly, to the Raj Bhavan (Governor's Office. 41] Ramlal did not relent, as a result of which NTR relaunched his Chaitanya Ratham campaign, this time campaigning for the restoration of democracy by mobilizing the support of people and various anti-Congress political parties in the country including the Janata Party (JP) the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) the Left Front, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and the National Conference (NC. During the one-month crisis, the MLAs supporting NTR were secured in a secret place to avoid horse-trading. Due to mobilization of several political parties and the people and due to press, the Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi, unwillingly removed Governor Ramlal and appointed a Congress veteran, Shankar Dayal Sharma, as the governor of Andhra Pradesh to pave the way for restoring NTR. [41] Campaigning in Tamil Nadu, 1984 [ edit] In 1984, when the then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and fellow actor M. G. Ramachandran (MGR) was unable to campaign in the state elections due to his being hospitalised in the USA. NTR, who was a close friend of MGR [42] and erappan who was handling the party affairs, campaigned for the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK. citation needed] despite the fact that party was an ally of the Congress at the time. As leader of the National Front, he campaigned extensively for the constituent parties when they faced elections, again using his Chaitanya Ratham campaigning concept. [43] General elections, 1984 [ edit] A month later, Indira Gandhi was assassinated and was succeeded as prime minister by her son, Rajiv Gandhi. In the ensuing national elections to the Lok Sabha, the Congress, riding on the sympathy wave caused by Gandhi's assassination, won convincingly all over the country except in Andhra Pradesh where the TDP secured a landslide victory. TDP became the first regional party to serve as the main opposition party in the Lok Sabha. Second term as Chief Minister, 1985 [ edit] Meanwhile, in the state, NTR recommended dissolution of the Assembly and called for fresh elections the following year in the state to ensure that the people had a fresh choice to elect their representatives. The TDP again won with a massive majority in those elections, with NTR winning from 3 seats; Hindupur, 44] Nalgonda [45] and Gudivada, 46] thus marking the beginning of his second term as Chief Minister. Senior Leaders of the Congress in the state including former Chief Ministers Kasu Brahmananda Reddy and Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy lost in their constituencies of Narasaraopet and Kurnool respectively to the TDP. NTR completed his five-year term as Chief Minister. citation needed] Leader of opposition, 1989 [ edit] In the December 1989 assembly elections however, he was voted out of power due to a wave of anti-incumbency sweeping the state as a result of which the Congress returned to power. NTR himself lost from Kalwakurthy by a narrow margin to the Congress, 47] but retained the Hindupur assembly seat. [44] During this time, he suffered a mild stroke, as a result of which he was unable to campaign, which, according to some political analysts and TDP supporters, was the reason for the TDP's loss. citation needed] National politics, 1989 [ edit] During 1989, he established himself in national politics, forming a coalition of non-Congress parties opposed to the Congress known as the National Front. It included parties, besides the TDP, such as the Janata Dal, the DMK, the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the Indian Congress (Socialist. This alliance governed India between 1989 and 1990 with support from the Left Front and the BJP. Meanwhile, NTR assumed the position as the Leader of Opposition in the state. His National Front government at the centre led by V. P. Singh was at the forefront of social justice by implementing the provisions in the Mandal Commission for providing 27% reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBC's. citation needed] Third term as Chief Minister, 1994 [ edit] NTR returned to power for a third and final time in the December 1994 state assembly elections with his party in alliance with the Left Front. This alliance won 269 seats in the 294 seat Assembly, with the TDP alone winning 226. The Congress, which once again had multiple Chief Ministers in the state during its five-year rule between 1989 and 1994, won only 26 seats. NTR contested again from Hindupur and won the seat for the third consecutive time, 44] achieving a rare hat-trick of wins from the same assembly constituency. He also won from another assembly constituency, Tekkali. [48] Chandra Babu Naidu led a revolt in the party against NTR, showing his 2nd wife Lakshmi Parvathi 's interference in the administration as a reason and that led to his becoming the CM on 1 September 1995 replacing NTR. [49] Personal life [ edit] N. Rama Rao in Shavukaru In May 1943, at the age of 20, while still pursuing his Intermediate, NTR married Basava Rama Tarakam, the daughter of his maternal uncle. The couple had eight sons and four daughters. [50] His eldest son, Nandamuri Ramakrishna Sr., died in 1962, soon after NTR completed shooting of the film Irugu Porugu. citation needed] NTR founded the film studio Ramakrishna Studios in Nacharam in his memory. His fourth son, Nandamuri Harikrishna, who died in a car accident on 29 August 2018, was a child actor-turned-politician elected to the Rajya Sabha, representing the TDP. Harikrishna's sons Nandamuri Kalyan Ram and Jr. NTR are also actors in the Telugu film industry (Tollywood. 51] His sixth son, Nandamuri Balakrishna is one of the leading actors in Tollywood from the mid-1980s. He also started his career as a child artist. Balakrishna has contested 2014 assembly elections as a TDP candidate. [52] He won the Hindupur Assembly Constituency. His seventh son, Nandamuri Ramakrishna Jr. is a film producer. His third son, Nandamuri Saikrishna, who was a theatre owner, died in 2004 following diabetic complications. [53] NTR's second daughter, Daggubati Purandeswari has represented the Indian National Congress in the Lok Sabha and was a Union Minister. She shifted her allegiance to the Bharatiya Janata Party. [54] 55] Basava Tarakam died of cancer [56] in 1985. In her memory, NTR established the Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital in Hyderabad in 1986. [57] In 1993, NTR married Lakshmi Parvathi, a Telugu writer. [58] She was the author of his 2-volume biography of NTR, published in 2004. The first volume, Eduruleni Manishi deals from his childhood to his entry into films. The second volume, Telugu Tejam deals with his political career. [59] 60] Awards and honors [ edit] Civilian honor 1968 Padma Shri award from Government of India National Film Awards 1954 – Certificate of Merit for Best Feature Film in Telugu (producer — National Art Theater) for Thodu Dongalu [6] 61] 1960 – Certificate of Merit for Best Feature Film in Telugu (producer — National Art Theater) for Seetharama Kalyanam [62] 1968 – National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu (director- National Art Theater) for Varakatnam [62] Rashtrapati Awards 1954 – Best Acting for Raju Peda [8] 9] 1963 – Best Acting for Lava Kusa [7] 9] Nandi Awards 1970 – Nandi Award for Best Actor for Kodalu Diddina Kapuram [7] 9] Filmfare Awards South 1972  — Best Telugu Actor for Badi Panthulu Other honors [ edit] 1978 — Honorary Doctorate from Andhra University Legacy [ edit] The NTR National Award is a national award in honour of NTR. It was instituted in 1996 by the Government of Andhra Pradesh to recognise notable film personalities for their lifetime achievements and contributions to the Indian film industry. [63] The NTR National Literary Award was instituted by the NTR Vignan Trust, as an annual award to recognise people for their lifetime achievements and contributions to Indian literature. [64] Dr. R. University of Health Sciences was established as University of Health Sciences by the government of Andhra Pradesh and was inaugurated on 9 April by N. Rama Rao, the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh in the city of Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India. It started functioning on 1 November 1986. [65] After the death of Rama Rao, it was decided to rename the University after him, and this was carried out on 2 February 1998. [66] The university celebrated its silver jubilee from 1–3 November 2011. His life and acting career and later life and political career are showcased in the movies N. R: Kathanayakudu and N. R: Mahanayakudu, respectively, with Nandamuri Balakrishna playing the title character. [67] Legislative career [ edit] As Assembly member [ edit] Year Legislative Election Constituency Result 1983 7th Assembly Gudivada Won Tirupati 1985 8th Assembly Hindupur Nalgonda 1989 9th Assembly Kalwakurthy Lost 1994 10th Assembly Tekkali Death [ edit] NTR died of a heart attack on 18 January 1996 at his residence in Hyderabad, aged 72. [2] He was cremated and his ashes were immersed at Srirangapatna by his second wife eight years later, in 2004. [68] See also [ edit] List of Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh Government of Andhra Pradesh Elections in Andhra Pradesh Politics of Andhra Pradesh References [ edit] a b c "N. Rama Rao: A timeline. The Hindu. 28 May 2017. ^ a b Rahman, Sheikh (31 January 1996. A Legacy Under Siege. Outlook India. Archived from the original on 29 March 2019. Retrieved 22 October 2019. 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Super move rainsongsuper 17.8.19. Sharada Born Saraswati Devi 25 June 1945  (age 70) Tenali,  Andhra Pradesh,  India Occupation Actress Years active 1959–present Political party Telugu Desam Party Spouse(s) Chalam  (divorced) Parent(s) Venkateswar Rao Satyavathi Devi Awards Best Actress 1969 – Thulabharam 1973 – Swayamvaram 1979 – Nimajjanam Sharada  (born 25 June 1945) is a three-time  National Award  winning Indian actress and Indian Parliament member. She originally hails from  Andhra Pradesh. She has achieved success through  Malayalam movies. Initially she did many supporting roles in  Telugu films  and later on moved to the  Malayalam film  industry and gained success there. She is also known as  Urvasi Sharada  because earlier the  National Film Award for Best Actress  was officially designated the  Urvasi Award. Sharada has been selected for the prestigious  NTR National Award  instituted by the Andhra Pradesh state government for the year 2010. Early life [ edit] Sharada was born Saraswati Devi in  Tenali,  Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. Her parents Venkateswar Rao and Satyavathi Devi belonged to a family of agriculturalists. She has a brother, named Mohan Rao. Sharada was sent to  Madras  in her childhood to live with her grandmother Kanakamma. Sharada describes her grandmother as a  strict disciplinarian  who in the later days  wouldnt even let the heroes touch her  and allowed  rehearsals only on Sundays. [1]  Sharada started to learn dance when she was six. She used to perform during Dasara  and other temple festivals. It was because of her mother's desire that she learned dance. Her mother wanted her to become a  big star in cine field. Though Sharada's father was not too interested in the idea, he didn't stop her. [1] Sharada married  Chalam, a famous Telugu hero, producer and comedian. He was her co-star in her debut film  Tandrulu Kodukulu. They divorced later on. Early career [ edit] When she grew up, she started acting in theatre, under the supervision of her grandmother. In  Indian theatre  and  cinema, the female lead stars used to leave the field as soon as they are married. So, most of the female lead stars were very young compared to the male leads. Sharada remembers in one of the plays she acted as the wife of a person 30 years older than she was when she was just 13. [1]  Her debut in films was with a minor role in the  Telugu film   Kanyasulkam. However, she returned to theatre after it and did a major role in the  Telugu  version of  Rakta Kanneeru, a  Tamil  drama. The play went to get staged over 100 times in  Tamil Nadu. [1] Film career [ edit] In 1959, she began her career as Sharada. The change in name was attributed to the presence of a few other actors in the industry with the name Saraswati. [1]  She came under contract to  L. V. Prasad, a  Telugu  producer. Though she didn't get to act in any of his films, she got her formal training in acting under him, including the  Navarasa  lessons. She largely attributes her performances and growth in the field to this training. [1]  Her first break came with the  Akkineni Nageswara Rao  starrer  Iddaru Mitrulu, which was a major hit. Noted for the role in the film, she got chances from  Tamil  and  Malayalam films  as well. The year 1965 changed her career as Sharada carved her niche for herself in the Malayalam film industry with her performances in  Shakuntala,  Murappennu,   Udhyogastha   by  P. Venu,  Kattu Thulasi  and  Inapravukal. After that, she focused in Malayalam films, acting only a few roles in other languages. Recognition came in 1967 in the form of a national honorary award for her performances in various films of 1966 including  Iruttinte Athmavu. [1]  The award was the predecessor to the  National Film Award for Best Actress, which was instituted in 1968. In 1969, she won her first National Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in  Thulabharam. She went on to win the award 2 more times, for  Swayamvaram  (1972, Malayalam) and  Nimajjanam  (1978, Telugu. She also won the  Kerala State Film Awards  for Best Actress one time. Later she saw success in Telugu films in protagonist roles. She was so popular that she did lead roles in films starring most of the successful heroes of Telugu film industry. Post 1993, she became choosy and did only a few films. Her major films off late were Mazhathullikkilukkam  (2002, Malayalam)   Rappakal  (2005, Malayalam)   Nayika  (2011, Malayalam) and  Stalin  (2006, Telugu. She owns a chocolate factory named  Lotus Chocolates. She was elected as Member of Parliament on  Telugu Desam Party  ticket from her native town of  Tenali. Awards [ edit] National Film Awards [ edit] Year Category Film Director Language 1968 Best Actress Thulabharam [2] A. Vincent Malayalam 1972 Best Actress Swayamvaram [3] Adoor Gopalakrishnan Malayalam 1977 Best Actress Nimajjanam Narayana B. S. Telugu Nandi Awards [ edit] Kerala State Film Awards [ edit] 1970 – Best Actress  Thriveni  and  Thara NTR National Award [ edit] NTR National Award  – 2010 Sathyan memorial award  - 2013 Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards [ edit] 1970 –  BFJA Award  for Best Actress (Hindi) –  Samaj Ko Badal Dalo [4] Filmfare Awards South [ edit] 1997 –  Lifetime Achievement Award – South Selected filmography [ edit] Malayalam [ edit] Year Film Character Remarks 1965 Inapravugal Rahel 1965 Kathirunna Nikah 1965 Kattu Thulasi 1965 Murappennu Bhagiradhi 1965 Rajamalli Rajamalli 1965 Shakuntala 1966 Thilothama 1966 Pakalkkinavu Malathy 1966 Manikya Kottaram Thankam 1966 Karuna 1966 Kanmanikal 1966 Jail 1966 Archana Malathi 1966 Iruttinte Athmavu Ammukutty 1967 Udhyogastha 1967 Thalirukal 1967 Mullkkireedam 1967 Kasavuthattam Jameela 1967 Chithra Mela segment "Apaswarangal" 1967 Arakkillam 1967 Anveshichu Kandethiyilla 1967 Kavalaam Chundan Sharada 1967 Pareeksha Yamuna 1967 Agnipareeksha Hemalatha 1967 Kadal Mary 1967 Janmabhoomi 1967 Kaliyalla Kalyanam 1967 Karthika Karthi 1967 Karutha Pournami 1967 Manaswani 1968 Thulabharam Vijaya National Film Award for Best Actress 1968 Yakshi Ragini 1968 Kadal 1968 Adimakal Nalini 1968 Hotel High Range 1968 Agni Pareeksha Hemalatha 1968 Midumidikki 1968 Punnapra Vayalar Malathi 1968 Aparaadhini 1968 Asuravithu Meenakshi 1969 Vila Kuranja Manushyan 1969 Vilakkapetta Bandhangal 1969 Jwala Kunjomana, Kunjammini double role 1969 Adimakal Ponnamma 1969 Kattukurangu Minikutty 1969 Kootu Kudumbam Shyamala 1969 Mooladhanam Sharada 1969 Sandhya 1969 Susi 1969 Veettu Mrugam 1969 Velliyazhcha Radha 1969 Nadhi Stella 1970 Thriveni Thankamma 1970 Stree 1970 Mindapennu Kunjulakshmi 1970 Kuttavali Ponnamma 1970 Kakathamburatti 1970 Crossbelt Ammu 1970 Ambalapravu Indumathi 1970 Pearl View Stella 1970 Tara Vasanthy, Thara 1971 Aabhijathyam Malathy 1971 Panjavankadu Minnukutty 1971 Vilakkyu Vaangiya Veena Sharada 1972 Theerthayatra Thaathrikkutty 1972 Anveshanam 1972 Bhramachari 1972 Maya Gomathi 1972 Gandharavakshetram Lakshmi 1972 Professor Lakshmi 1972 Swayamvaram Seeta National Film Award for Best Actress 1972 Sree Guruvayoorappan 1972 Snehadeepame Mizhi Thurakku 1973 Veendum Prabatham Lakshmi 1973 Udhayam Geetha 1973 Jeevitham 1973 Enippadikal Thankamma 1973 Thekkankattu Shoshamma 1973 Bhadradeepam Rajani 1974 Thulabharam 1974 Oru Pidi Ari 1975 Raagam 1975 Thiruvonam 1975 Abhimanam 1976 Amritavahini Geetha 1976 Paalkkadal 1976 Kanyadanam 1976 Chennai Valarthiya Kutty 1977 Nurayum Pathayum 1977 Indradhanusu 1977 Hridhayame Sakshi Kamala 1977 Aparaajitha 1977 Amme Anupame 1977 Aaradhana Sharadha 1977 Anjali 1977 Itha Ivide Vare Bharathi 1977 Vishukani Rajani 1977 Randu Lokam Shanta 1977 Sreedevi 1978 Mannu Damu's Wife 1978 Asthamayam Shanthi 1978 Ithanete Vazhi 1978 Taxi Driver 1978 Sundharimarude Swapnangal 1978 Society Lady 1978 Rowdy Ramu Santhi 1978 Reghu Vamsam 1978 Onappudava 1978 Manooradham 1978 Maattoli 1978 Anubhoothikalude Nimisham 1979 Ward No. 7 1979 Pushyaraagam 1979 Pichathy Kuttappan 1979 Ente Sneham Ninakku Mathram 1980 Akalangalil Abhayam 1980 Ivar Savithri/Margaret 1980 Swargadevatha 1980 Adhikaram Vimala 1981 Elippathayam Rajamma 1982 Ponmudi Madhavi 1982 Prathikaaram 1982 Anguram Malini 1983 Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback Geetha 1983 Anantham Ajnatham 1983 Nizal Moodiya Nirangal Shoshamma 1984 Ponmudy Madhavi 1987 Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam Saraswathi Teacher 1987 Sharadamba 1988 Ashwathama 1994 Kashmeeram Justice Usha Varma 2002 Mazhathullikkilukkam Anna John 2005 Rappakal Saraswathiyamma 2011 Naayika Gracy 2012 Kalikaalam Teacher 2015 Ammakkoru Thaaraatu Sulakshana Telugu [ edit] 1955 Kanyasulkam Minor role Debut film 1961 Iddaru Mitrulu 1961 Tandrulu Kodukulu 1962 Atma Bandhuvu 1963 Valmiki 1963 Thobuttuvulu 1964 Daagudumootalu 1964 Mairavana 1964 Murali Krishna Srilatha 1966 Shrimati 1966 Bhakta Potana 1965 Chaduvukonna Bharya 1968 Mana Samsaram 1969 Shri Rama Katha 1969 Manushulu Marali 1970 Sambarala Rambabu 1970 Pasidi Manasulu 1970 Sisindri Chittibabu 1971 Chelleli Kapuram 1971 Jeevitha Chakram Kamala 1971 Sati Ansuya 1971 Pagabattina Paduchu 1971 Amayakuralu 1972 Kalam Marindi 1972 Manavudu Danavudu 1973 Devudu Chesina Manushulu 1973 Sharada Insane Woman 1973 Vishali 1973 Mayadari Malligadu 1973 Mallamma Katha 1973 Ida Lokam 1973 Abhimanavanthulu 1974 Urvasi 1974 Radhamma Pelli 1974 Premalu Pellilu 1974 Palle Paduchu 1974 Harathi 1974 Devudu Chesina Pelli 1974 Adambaralu Anubhandalu 1975 Balipeetam Aruna 1975 Jamindaru Gari Ammayi 1975 Vykunthapalli 1975 Saubhagyavati 1975 Bharati 1976 Nimajjanam Brahmin housewife National Film Award for Best Actress 1976 Suprabhatam 1976 Mahatmudu 1977 Daana Veera Soora Karna Draupadi 1977 Swarganiki Nitchenalu 1977 Bhale Alludu 1978 Navodayam 1978 Shivamettina Satyam 1979 Gorintaku 1979 Karthika Deepam 1979 Priya Bandhavi 1979 Captain Krishna 1980 Sardar Paparayudu 1980 Sannayi Appanna 1980 Ramudu Parashuramudu 1980 Rajadhi Raju 1980 Mangala Gauri 1980 Kodalu Vastunaru Jagratha 1980 Kaliyuga Ravana Surudu 1980 Dharma Chakram 1980 Alludu Pattina Bharatham 1980 Alayam 1981 Nyayam Kavali Lawyer Shakuntala 1981 O Amma Katha 1981 Alludugaru Zindabad 1982 Justice Chowdary 1982 Prema Natakam 1982 Nipputho Chelagatam Mrs. Ganga Kumar 1982 Justice Chowdhary 1982 Jagannatha Rathachakralu 1983 Swarajyam 1983 Raghu Ramudu 1983 Poratham 1983 Kurukshetramlo Seeta 1983 Kumkuma Tilakam 1983 Kaliyuga Daivam 1983 Kala Yamudu 1983 Durga Devi 1983 Chanda Sasanudu 1983 Bandhipottu Rudramma 1983 Bahudoorapu Batasari 1983 Apathbandhavudu 1983 Aalyashikaram 1984 Bobbili Brahmanna Savitri wife of Brahmanna 1984 Ugra Roopam 1984 Rowdy 1984 Raaraju 1984 Marchandi Mana Chattalu 1984 Katha Nayakudu 1984 Justice Chakravarthy 1984 Janani Janmabhoomi 1984 Iddaru Dongalu 1984 Chadarangam 1984 Bharyamani 1984 Bharatamlo Sankharavam 1984 Apanidalu Adavallakena 1985 Adavi Donga 1985 Swathi Swathi's Mother 1985 Vijetha Saraswathi 1985 Pattabhishekham 1985 Palnati Simham 1985 Maha Sangramam 1985 Krishnagaradi 1985 Intiko Rudramma 1985 Illaliko Pariksha 1985 Ee Samajam Maakodu 1985 Devalayam 1985 Bhale Tammudu 1985 Bebbuli Veta 1985 Agni Parvatham 1985 Raktha Sindhuram 1986 Ansuyammagari Alludu 1986 Apoorva Sahodarulu 1986 Deshoddharakulu 1986 Dharma Peetam Daddarillindi 1986 Jailupakshi 1986 Khaidi Rudraiah 1986 Kondaveeti Raja 1986 Muddula Krishnaiah 1986 Ravana Brahma 1987 Agni Putrudu Brahmaramba 1987 Bhargava Ramudu 1987 Kulala Kurukshetram 1987 Lawyer Bharti Devi 1987 Muddayi 1987 Presidentgari Abbayi 1987 Ramu 1987 Repati Swarajyam 1987 Rotation Chakravarthi 1987 Samrat 1987 Sankharavam 1988 15 August Rathri 1988 Brahma Puthrudu 1988 Dharma Teja 1988 Donga Ramudu 1988 Illu Illalu Priyuralu 1988 Maa Telugu Talli 1988 Parajaswamyam 1988 Rakthabishekam 1988 Raktha Tilakam 1988 Rowdy No. 1 1988 Samsaram 1989 Dhruva Nakshatram Bharathi Devi 1989 Dr. Bhawani 1989 Goonda Rajyam 1989 Manchi Kutumbam 1989 Nari Nari Naduma Murari Sesha Rathnam 1989 Pardhudu 1989 Raktha Kanneeru 1989 State Rowdy SP Laajmani M. Rao 1990 Kadapa Reddamma 1990 Kondaveeti Donga Sambhavi 1990 Lorry Driver Collector Lalitha Devi 1990 Prema Khaidi 1991 Amma Rajinama Amma (Mother) 1991 Coolie No. 1 1991 Jagannatakam 1991 Killer Malavika Guardian of Heiress 1991 Nayakuralu 1992 Mother India Rajyalakshmi 1993 Major Chandrakanth Savitri 1993 Mechanic Alludu Lakshmi 1993 Pelli Gola 1996 Nayanamma 1998 Antahpuram 2003 Raghavendra Raghava's mother 2005 Sankranthi Mother 2006 Stalin Stalin's mother 2007 Aata Narasimha's wife 2007 Yogi Shantamma 2013 Sukumarudu Vardanamma Tamil [ edit] 1963 Kumkumam 1964 Arunagiri Nathar 1964 Vazhkai Vazhvadarke 1967 Bhavani 1969 Thulabaram 1972 Gnana Oli Mary 1974 Thayi Pirandhal 1975 Ninaithadhai Mudippavan Seetha 1976 Mazhai Megam 1976 Ennai Pol Oruvan 1984 Sarithira Nayagan 1984 Alaya Deepam 1986 Mr. Bharath Shanti Kannada [ edit] 1978 Maathu Tappada Maga Latha 1984 Thayi Mamathe 1984 Pralaya Rudra Hindi [ edit] 1970 Samaj Ko Badal Dalo Chhaya 1973 Agni Rekha 1980 Pratishodh 1982 Sindoor Bane Jwala 1982 Main Intequam Loonga Kumar 1982 Main Inteqam Loonga 1984 Sardar 1996 Sabse Bada Mawali Malvika See also [ edit] Sheela Jayabharathi About 2, 42, 000 results  (0. 38 seconds) Search Results Sharada Jul 8, 2011 - Uploaded by Tollywood Watch  Sharada  Telugu Full Movie. 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