Talluri Rameshwari

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Talluri Rameshwari
Born 6 January 1958
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Deepak Seth
Awards FilmFare and Nandi Awards

Talluri Rameshwari (also known as Rameshwari) is an Indian actress.

Early life[edit]

She was born and raised in Andhra Pradesh and spent her childhood in Kakinada. She is the younger of two sisters and has no brothers. Her elder sister's name is Krishna Kumari. They used to live in Munsiff street, near the 2-Town police station, Suryaraopeta, Kakinada.

Rameshwari studied 1st to 5th standard in City Aided Elementary School. She studied from 6th to 10th standard in Municipal Girl's High School, Temple street. During that time they shifted their residence to 50 Buildings area, Kakinada. She was beautiful in her childhood and adolescence, resembling the veteran Hindi actress Rajshree ( V. Shantaram's daughter). She grew up speaking Telugu.

Career[edit]

Rameshwari attended and graduated from FTII in 1975. She became very popular and remains popular for her two hit Hindi films: Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye (1977) and Aasha (1980). The latter earned her a Filmfare Nomination as Best Supporting Actress.[1] She played the character Seetalu in the hit film Seetamalakshmi (1978), directed by K. Vishwanath, for which she received the Nandi Award for Best actress.[2] Her credits include several other movies including Sunayana, Mera Rakshak, Sharda, and others. She worked in films in other languages (Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Oriya, Bhojpuri). She is not a career-savvy individual and never really pushed hard to reach her potential.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

She is very close and remains close to her family. Rameshwari married her FTII classmate and pal, Punjabi actor-producer Deepak Seth and has two sons Bhaskara Pratap Seth and Surya Prem Seth. She took a sabbatical from acting to raise her children but returned to acting in films, playing mature roles.[3] She and her husband produced a Hindi film titled Hun Farishte Nahin (1988) and a Punjabi film titled Mein Tuun Assin Tussin (2007) based on the Shakespeare play The Comedy of Errors.[4] Lately, she has been working in television series.

Filmography[edit]

Television series[edit]

Movies[edit]

Year Film Role Director Other notes
1977 Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye Kammo
1978 Seetamalakshmi K. Viswanath Telugu film
winner: Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Telugu
1978 Mera Rakshak
1979 Sampark
1979 Sunayana Sunayana
1980 Aasha Mala
1980 Maan Abhiman
1980 Saajan Mere Main Saajan Ki
1981 Agni Pareeksha Meeta
1981 Sharda Sharda (Inder's wife)
1982 Aadat Se Majboor Salma (aka Shanti)
1982 Waqt Waqt Ki Baat
1983 Kalka
1984 Ek Naya Ithihas
1984 Maan Maryada
1985 Mujhe Kasam Hai
1986 Bhai Ka Dushman Bhai
1986 Pyari Bhabhi
1988 Hum Farishte Nahin Komal (Gopi's girlfriend)
1988 Chinnodu Peddodu Relangi Narasimha Rao Telugu film
2002 Kuch Tum Kahon Kuch Hum Kahein Shanti
2003 Nijam Sitaram's mother Teja Telugu film
Winner Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actress.
2005 Bunty Aur Babli Bunty's Mother Shaad Ali
2006 Nandanavanam 120 km G. Neelakanta Reddy Telugu film
2011 F.A.L.T.U Remo D'Souza
2011 Sankaal - The Latch Manisha Dwivedi Post-Production
2014 Rowdy Fellow Krishna Chaitanya Telugu film
2015 America Ammayi (TV Serial) Savitramma Telugu serial

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