B. S. Saroja

B. S. Saroja (born 18 November 1929) is an Indian actress in Malayalam movies and Tamil movies.[1] She is the daughter of Johnson, who acted in the first Malayalam film, Vigathakumaran.[2]

B. S. Saroja
PSSaroja.jpg
B. S. Saroja in 1949 film Deva Manohari
Born (1929-11-18) 18 November 1929 (age 91)
NationalityIndian
OccupationFilm actor
Years active1951–1978
Spouse(s)T. R. Ramanna
(m.1949-1997)
ChildrenGanesh, Kalarani, Shanthi
RelativesT. R. Rajakumari (sister-in-law)

Personal lifeEdit

She was born to Johnson and Rajalakshmi at Thiruvananthapuram in 1929. She studied till fourth grade. Then she joined a circus company, with which she traveled all over India. Then she acted in a Tamil movie as a junior artist. Jeevitha Nouka was her first Malayalam movie.[3] She went on to act many movies after that.[4] She was married to late T. R. Ramanna in 1949, a sound engineer turned movie director in Tamil movies. The couple started three cinema production companies known as R.R.Pictures, Vinayaga Pictures and Ganesh Pictures. They have three children. They are settled at Chennai.[clarification needed]

Partial filmographyEdit

Year Film Language Notes
1941 Madanakamarajan Tamil dance
1942 Kannagi Tamil dance
1943 Kubera Kuchela Tamil dance
1943 Mangamma Sabatham Tamil dance
1944 Mahamaya Tamil dance
1944 Raja Rajeswari Tamil dance
1945 Burma Rani Tamil dance
1946 Vikatayogi Tamil
1947 Vichithra Vanitha Tamil
1947 Dhana Amaravathi Tamil
1949 Geetha Gandhi Tamil
1949 Naattiya Rani Tamil
1949 Inbavalli Tamil
1949 Deva Manohari Tamil
1950 Parijatham Tamil
1951 Jeevitha Nouka Malayalam
1951 Pichaikkari Tamil
1951 Or Iravu Tamil
1952 Achan Malayalam
1952 Aathmasakhi Malayalam
1952 Aathmasakhi Tamil
1952 Amarakavi Tamil
1952 Amma Malayalam
1952 Kalyani Tamil
1952 Atthainti Kaapuram Telugu
1953 Asai Magan Tamil
1953 Aashadeepam Malayalam
1953 Jenova Tamil
1953 Jenova Malayalam
1953 Vaazha Pirandhavan Tamil
1953 Lokaneethi Malayalam
1954 Avan Varunnu Malayalam
1954 Koondukkili Tamil
1954 Mangalyam Tamil
1956 Aathmaarpanam Malayalam
1957 Pudumai Pithan Tamil
1958 Lilly Malayalam
1959 Pandithevan Tamil
1959 Vannakili Tamil
1960 Umma Malayalam
1961 Krishna Kuchela Malayalam
1961 Kumudham Tamil
1962 Puthiya Akasam Puthiya Bhoomi Malayalam
1963 Kadalamma Malayalam
1964 Arunagirinathar Tamil
1966 Tharavattamma Malayalam
1978 Anthonees Punyavaalan Malayalam

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 3 July 2017. Retrieved 7 August 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 14 October 2014. Retrieved 7 August 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://www.malayalachalachithram.com/profiles.php?i=4825

External linksEdit