Advani Lakshmi Devi

Advani Lakshmi Devi is a retired Indian actress known for her work in Kannada cinema. She has played a variety of roles such as heroine, vamp, mother, grandmother in hundreds of Kannada movies over the last 50 years.[1] Her role in films Gandhada Gudi (1973) and Sri Srinivasa Kalyana (1974) as mother (male role played by Rajkumar) is much remembered. She is the mother of veteran actress Roopadevi who acted in many Kannada movies with Rajkumar such as Haalu Jenu (1982), Samayada Gombe (1984) and Yarivanu (1984). Rajkumar holds the distinction of having played hero and son's role with her. Rajkumar] holds the distinction of having played the hero to both Roopadevi (in 3 films) and her mother Advani Lakshmi Devi (in Sri Ramanjaneya Yuddha (1963)). Lakshmi Devi recently honoured with Rajkumar lifetime achievement award 2016 by the state government of Karnataka.

Advani Lakshmi Devi
Born
OccupationActress
Years active1954–2003
Spouse(s)Ramaiah
ChildrenRoopadevi

AwardsEdit

FilmographyEdit

  • 1994 Gandhada Gudi Part 2
  • 1985 Jwalamukhi
  • 1984 Shravana Banthu
  • 1983 Mududida Thavare Aralithu
  • 1982 Baadada Hoo
  • 1982 Chalisuva Modagalu
  • 1980 Janma Janmada Anubandha
  • 1980 Moogana Sedu
  • 1980 Rama Parashurama
  • 1980 Rustum Jodi
  • 1979 Chandanada Gombe
  • 1978 Madhura Sangama
  • 1977 Lakshmi Nivasa
  • 1976 Bahaddur Gandu
  • 1976 Bayalu Daari
  • 1976 Mugiyada Kathe
  • 1975 Mayura
  • 1975 Nireekshe
  • 1974 Eradu Kanasu
  • 1974 Sri Srinivasa Kalyana
  • 1974 Upasane
  • 1973 Gandhada Gudi
  • 1973 Seetheyalla Savithri
  • 1972 Bangaarada Manushya
  • 1972 Bhale Huchcha
  • 1972 Nanda Gokula
  • 1971 Bhale Adrushtavo Adrushta
  • 1971 Namma Samsara
  • 1971 Paapa Punya (Parvathi)
  • 1971 Sharapanjara
  • 1970 Anireekshitha
  • 1970 Karulina Kare (Gowri)
  • 1970 Mooru Muttugalu
  • 1970 Mruthyu Panjaradalli Goodachari 555
  • 1970 Takka Bitre Sikka (Jaya)
  • 1969 Bhageerathi
  • 1969 Kappu Bilupu
  • 1969 Makkale Manege Manikya
  • 1969 Mallammana Pavada
  • 1969 Mukunda Chandra
  • 1969 Namma Makkalu
  • 1968 Bhagya Devathe
  • 1966 Mantralaya Mahatme (Gopi)
  • 1964 Chandavalliya Thota
  • 1964 Kalaavati
  • 1964 Veera Sankalpa
  • 1963 Jeevana Taranga
  • 1963 Kalitharu Henne
  • 1963 Sri Ramanjaneya Yuddha (Seetha)
  • 1962 Bhoodaana
  • 1962 Karuneye Kutumbada Kannu
  • 1962 Thejaswini
  • 1960 Dashavathara (Lakshmi, Seete, Rukmini)
  • 1959 Jagajyothi Basaveshwara
  • 1959 Abba Aa Hudugi
  • 1958 Mane Thumbida Hennu
  • 1958 Mangala Suthra
  • 1957 Shukradese
  • 1956 Bhakta Vijaya

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "State Film Awards on 30th Aug". IndiaGlitz. 29 August 2007. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
  2. ^ https://www.deccanherald.com/content/599414/annual-film-awards-presented.html
  3. ^ https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/karnataka/advani-lakshmi-devi-chosen-for-dr-rajkumar-award/article18149540.ece/amp/#referrer=https://www.google.com