Rajani (actress)

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Rajani
Born (1965-07-27) 27 July 1965 (age 53)
ResidenceJubilee Hills, Hyderabad, India
Other namesRajani
Sasikala
Sasi Mullagiri
Years active1983–2002
Spouse(s)
Dr. Mullagiri Praveen (m. 1998)

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

Personal life[edit]

Rajani Praveen was born in Bengaluru to V. N. Malhotra, a Punjabi father and Sulochana, a Kannadiga mother.[4] She was married to an NRI Dr. Mullagiri Praveen in 1998, and they have three children. [5]

Filmography[edit]

Telugu[edit]

Tamil[edit]

  1. Ilamai Kaalangal (1983) - Debut in Tamil
  2. Sabaash (1984)
  3. Kadamai (1984)
  4. Shankari (1984)
  5. Kuzhandai Yesu (1984)
  6. Madras Vaathiyaar (1984)
  7. Theerpu En Kaiyil (1984)
  8. Kaval Kaithigal (1984)
  9. Sattathai Thiruthungal (1984)
  10. Kuva Kuva Vaathugal (1984)
  11. Theerpugal Thirutthapadalaam (1985)
  12. Anbin Mugavari (1985)
  13. Naagam (1985)
  14. Enaitha Kodugal (1985)
  15. Navagraha Nayagi (1985)
  16. Thanga Mama 3D (1985)
  17. Ilankandru (1985)
  18. Sigappu Nila (1985)
  19. Oomai Vizhigal (1986)
  20. Kutravaaligal (1986)
  21. Kolusu (1986)
  22. Mann Soru 1986
  23. Vettai (1986)
  24. Shankar Guru (1987)
  25. Inaindha Kaigal (1990)
  26. Vetri Vizha (1990)
  27. Gnana Paravai (1990)
  28. En Pottukku Sondhakkaran (1991)
  29. Naane Varuven (1992)
  30. Unna Nenachen Pattu Padichen (1992)
  31. Oor Mariyadhai (1992)

Kannada[edit]

  1. Jai Karnataka (1989)
  2. Mathsara (1990)
  3. Nagini (1990)
  4. Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare (1991)
  5. Entede Bhanta (1992)
  6. Preethi Maado Hudugarigella (2002)

Malayalam[edit]

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

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