Rajani

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For 1980s TV series, see Rajani (TV series).
Rajani
Born (1965-07-27) July 27, 1965 (age 49)
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Residence Film Nagar, Hyderabad, India
Other names Rajani
Sasikala
Sasi Mullagiri
Occupation Film actress
Years active 1980–1993
2010–present
Spouse(s) Dr. Mullagiri Praveen

Rajani (born Shashi Kaur Malhotra)[1] is an Indian film actress known for her works predominantly in Telugu cinema (as Rajani), Kollywood (as Sasikala), few Kannada and Malayalam films.[2]

She was starred in 150 feature films including, Seetharama Kalyanam, Rendu Rella Aaru, Aha Naa Pellanta opposite Rajendra Prasad, Majnu opposite Nagarjuna and Seetaramula Kalyanam opposite Balakrishna. She also starred in kannada films including Jai Karnataka a remake of 1987 Bollywood hit Mr. India) with Ambareesh and Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare with Vishnuvardhan. She was then starred in Bharathan's Malayalam hit Padheyam opposite Mammootty.[3][4]

Personal life[edit]

Rajani was born in Bengaluru to V. N. Malhotra, a Punjabi father and Sulochana, a Kannadiga mother.[5] She was married to an NRI Dr. Mullagiri Praveen, has three children, and subsequently divorced.[6][7]

Filmography[edit]

Telugu[edit]

  1. Brahma Mudi,1985
  2. Rendu Rella Aaru, Vindhya, 1985
  3. Adapadachu, 1985
  4. Bharya Bhartala Bhandham, 1985
  5. Lanchavataram, 1985
  6. Idena Nyayam, 1985
  7. Pelli Niku, Akshtintalu Naku, 1985
  8. Brahma Rudrulu, 1986
  9. Seetarama Kalyanam, 1986
  10. Manchi Manasulu, 1986
  11. Pratidwani, 1986
  12. Cowboy No. 107, 1986
  13. Maruti, 1986
  14. Majnu, 1987
  15. Nene Raju, Nene Mantri, 1987
  16. Collector Gari Abbai, 1987
  17. Agni Putrudu, 1987
  18. Bhale Mogudu, 1987
  19. Tayaramma Tandavakrishna, 1987
  20. Udayam, 1987
  21. Gundammagari Krishnulu, 1987
  22. Ramu, 1987
  23. Sardar Dharmanna, 1987
  24. Muddubidda, 1987
  25. Chinnari Devata, 1987
  26. Hantakudi Veta, 1987
  27. Aha Na Pellanta, 1987
  28. Brahma Putrudu, 1987
  29. Sankaravam, 1988
  30. Ugranetrudu, 1988
  31. Samsaram, 1988
  32. Jeevana Ganga, 1988
  33. Chalaki Mogudu Chadastapu Pellam, 1988
  34. Bhamakalapam , 1988
  35. Bhanduvulostunnaru Jagratta, 1988
  36. Muralikrishnudu, 1988
  37. Chikkadu Dorakadu, 1988
  38. Vijethalu, 1989
  39. Dhruva Nakshatram 1990
  40. Prananiki Pranam, 1990
  41. Naga Devatha
  42. Sahasa Putrudu

Tamil[edit]

  1. Ilamai Kaalangal 1983
  2. Sabaash 1984
  3. Kuzhandai Yesu 1984
  4. Theerpugal Thirutthapadalaam 1985
  5. Madras Vaathiyaar 1985
  6. Kuva Kuva Vaathugal 1985
  7. Shankari 1985
  8. Sigappu Nila 1985
  9. Oomai Vizhigal 1986
  10. Kutravaaligal 1986
  11. Kolusu 1986
  12. Thanga Mama 3D 1986
  13. Mann Soru 1986
  14. Vettai 1986
  15. Shankar Guru 1987
  16. Kaaval Kaidhigal 1988
  17. En Pottukku Sondhakkaran 1988
  18. Mughavari 1988
  19. Vetri Vizha 1990
  20. Gnana Paravai 1990
  21. Naagam 1990
  22. Naane Varuven 1992
  23. Unna Nenachen Pattu Padichen 1992
  24. Oor Mariyadhai 1992

Kannada[edit]

  1. Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare [1991 Vishnuvardhan]
  2. Jai Karnataka' [1989 Ambarish]
  3. Entede Bhanta [1992 Ambarish]
  4. Mathsara [1990 Ambarish]
  5. Nagini [1990 Shankar Nag]
  6. Preethi Maado Hudugarigella (Sundara Loka) [2002 Ravichandran]

Malayalam[edit]

  1. Devatha (1965)
  2. Kadamattathachan (1966)
  3. Panimudakku (1972)....
  4. Agninakshathram (1977)
  5. Inakkili 1984
  6. Padheyam 1993

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