Jayamalini

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Jayamalini
Born Alivelu Manga
(1958-12-22) 22 December 1958 (age 55)
Chennai[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1980–1990s
Spouse(s)
  • Parthiban
    (m. 1994, July 19)
Children 1 son

Jayamalini (or Jaya Malini) is a South Indian film actress who is famous for her vamp roles and item numbers.

She acted in more than 500 Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi movies.

Early life[edit]

Jayamalini was born in Chennai, India on 22 December 1958.

Career[edit]

She had a dance number in Shalimar (1978), starring Rex Harrison, Dharmendra and Zeenat Aman, which were in both English and Hindi versions. She also had a raunchy dance number, which was provocatively titled "Mamalu Mamalu Babalu Babulu", in the movie Maha Shaktimaan. Her sister Jyothi Lakshmi was also a cabaret dancer in films.[2]

Personal life[edit]

After she retired from films, she married a police inspector and is settled in Chennai with her two daughters and son but died in accident .[3] She has decided that she will not let her daughters enter films.[4] In 2005, the former actress and dancer was busy looking for a writer to help pen her biography.[5]

Selected filmography[edit]

Telugu[edit]

Tamil[edit]

Kannada[edit]

  • Guru Shishyaru (1981)
  • Bangarada Gudi (1976)
  • Baddi Bangaramma
  • Gayatri Maduve (1983)
  • Rustum Jodi (1981)
  • Nanna Devaru (1983)
  • Jayasimha
  • Onde Guri (1979)
  • Maralina Sarapali
  • Matte Vasanta
  • Sedina Hakki
  • Muttaide Bhagya
  • Police Papanna
  • Sahodarara Savaal (1977)
  • Saubhaga Lakshmi
  • Prachanda Kulla
  • Bengaluru Ratriyalli
  • Haddina Kannu
  • Senha Sambandha
  • Srhi Chamnudeshwari Pooja Mahime

Malayalam[edit]

  • Omanakunju (1975)
  • Kaduvaye Pidicha Kiduva (1977)
  • Aavesham (1979)..... Rathi
  • Sarapanjaram (1979)
  • Shakti (1980)
  • Nayattu (1980)
  • Lava (1980)
  • Hridayam Padunnu (1980)
  • Poochasanyasi (1981)
  • Dwanda Yudham (1981)
  • Adima Changala (1981)
  • Pineyum Pookkunna Kaadu (1981)
  • Akkramanam (1981)
  • Sanchari (1981)
  • Kaahalam (1981)
  • Sreeman Sreemathi (1981)
  • Chambalkkadu (1982)
  • Kalam (1982)
  • Amritageetham (1982)
  • Shathru (1985)
  • Urukku Manushyan (1986)
  • Ee Noottandile Maharogam (1987)
  • Deerga Sumangalee Bava (1988)
  • Abkari (1988)
  • Prabhatham Chuvanna Theruvil (1989)
  • Kadathanadan Ambadi (1990)
  • Criminals (1994)

Hindi[edit]

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