Celebrating the most Amazing Woman J Jayalalithaa!!!

Celebrating the most Amazing Woman J Jayalalithaa!!!

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J Jayalalithaa…

Jayaram Jayalalithaa was a Gorgeous Indian actress and strong politician who successfully served six times as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for over fourteen years of wisdom from 1991 and 2016.

She was the general secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), a Dravidian party from 1989 whose personnel honored her as their beloved

  • Amma (mother)
  • Puratchi Thalaivi (Revolutionary Leader)
  • Thanga Tharagai (Golden charcoal)

Her authorities in the media and the resistance implicated her of cherishing a charisma clique and of stringent outright patriotism from AIADMK senators and ministers who often honestly reclined themselves before her.

Jayalalithaa first came into eminence as an outstanding film actress in the mid-1960s. Though she had enrolled the pursuit cautiously, upon the driving of her mother in backing the family, Jayalalithaa worked with potency. She arose in 140 films between 1961 and 1980, mainly in the Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages. Jayalalithaa acknowledged tributes for her skillfulness as an actor and for her amazing dancing art, scoring the apellation "queen of Tamil cinema".

Jayalalithaa was born on February 24th 1948 to Jayaram and Vedavalli in an Iyengar family at Mysore State. Jayalalitha was named as Komalavalli, her grandmother's name at the time of birth.

She changed her name to Jayalalithaa at the age of one for the purpose of using in the school and college. The name “Jayalalithaa” was a derivational from their two houses namely "Jaya Vilas" and the other "Lalitha Vilas".  She had a sibling named Jayakumar. She was referred to as Ammu in later years.

At the age of 2, her father died and her widowed mother moved to her father’s place in 1950. Her mother started her career in a clerical field and moved to Madras to work in film, due to the influence of her sister Ambujavalli, and started to stay with her from 1952.  Jayalalithaa was taken care by her aunt Padmavalli and maternal grandparents from 1950 to 1958 in Mysore.

Jayalalithaa was educated in Bishop Cotton Girls' School. After her aunt’s death, she moved to madras and started living with her mother there onwards. She finished her education at Sacred Heart Matriculation School widely known as Church Park Presentation Convent or Presentation Church Park Convent. She was given the “The Gold State Award” for coming as the state first in 10th standard in Tamilnadu.

She shined at school and was afforded Government scholarship for her higher studies.

Successful path in film

Jayalalithaa was well trained with the following aspects in Chennai

  • Carnatic music
  • Western classical piano
  • Bharatanatyam
  • Kuchipudi
  • Mohiniyattam
  • Manipuri  
  • Kathak

Some of the pinpoints of her performances

  • Dance performance at the Rasika Ranjani Sabha at Mylapore on May 1960
  • Acted in the Kannada-language film Sri Shaila Mahathme in 1961
  • Played Krishna role in a three-minute dance strings held on stage in the Hindi film Manmauji in 1962
  • Acted some plays of Parthasarathy along with her mother and aunt who ran the drama troupe United Amateur Artistes (UAA), which mounted English and Tamil plays
  • Did plays such as Tea House of the August Moon and Undersecretary between 1960-64
  • She continued playing the prominent role in plays such as Malathi, The Whole Truth and the dance drama Kaveri Thanda Kalaiselvi from 1960 to 1966
  • She did a dance sequence of a song named "Malligeya Hoovinantha" in the movie Amarashilpi Jakannachari in 1964
  • Made her debut in Tamil theatre in April 1964, a sales girl role named Undersecretary
  • Between 1964 and 1966, she performed 35 showings of a drama named Malathy and later terminated since she was busy in films
  • A prominent role in Vennira Aadai in 1965, directed by C. V. Sridhar
  • Telugu films as lead actress in Manushulu Mamathalu
  • The film Nayakudu Vinayakudu, released in 1980
  • Hindi film Izzat, with Dharmendra as her male costar in 1968
  • She carpeted in 28 box-office hit films with M.G. Ramachandran from 1965 to 1973
  • Donated gold jewelleries to the Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri during the 1965 at the time of Indo-Pak war
  • 11 successful hits in Tamil in 1966
  • Opening credits of Arasa Katalai brought her name affixed with the phrase Kavarchi Kanni
  • Jayalalithaa was paired with Sivaji Ganesan in 17 films

Political career

  • Joined the AIADMK in 1982
  • Became propaganda secretary for the party in 1983
  • She was elected to Rajya Sabha in 1984 and retained her seat until 1989
  • In 1984 she acted as Chief Minister in general and led the party successfully
  • At the age of 41 she entered the Assembly successfully
  • She was elected as a representative of the Bodinayakkanur (State Assembly Constituency) to the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly in 1989
  • 1st term of Chief Minister in 1991
  • 2nd term of Chief Minister in 2001
  • 3rd term of Chief Minister in 2011
  • Disproportionate asset case in 2014
  • Return as a Chief Minister in 2015
  • 5th term of Chief Minister in 2016

Tragedy death

  • Jayalalithaa was admitted to Apollo Hospitals in Chennai on 22nd  September 2016 due to infection and acute dehydration
  • Severe pulmonary infection and septicaemia
  • Re-admitted to the intensive care unit after suffering a cardiac arrest around 16:45 on December 4th, 2016
  • Apollo hospital announced her death On 5 December 2016, night 11:30 pm

Triumphs of the great woman J Jayalalithaa

  • Jayalalithaa was awarded the Kalaimamani by the Government of Tamil Nadu in 1972
  • Received several honorary doctorates and other honors from the University of Madras
  • Jayalalithaa won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress for the films
  • Thanga Gopuram in 1971
  • Raman Thediya Seethai in 1972
  • Suryagandhi in 1973
  • Thirumangalyam in 1974
  • Yarukkum Vetkam Illai in 1975
  • Won consecutive Filmfare Awards for Best Actress in 1972 and 1973

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