HYDERABAD: The Telugu movie business has woken as much as the stunning information of the passing away of legendary actress Jamuna on Friday. She has been affected by age-related illnesses and breathed her final on Friday morning at her residence in Hyderabad. She was 86 years.
Born in Hampi and raised in Guntur, Jamuna began her profession in Telugu with the movie Puttillu in 1952. However, her declare to fame was Missamma (1955), directed by L.V. Prasad. She later went on to behave in round 200 films throughout a number of languages — Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam.
Jamuna was a flexible actress and acted with ease in films of all genres — be it modern, mythology or folklore.
Some of her well-known movies embody Tenali Ramakrishna, Ramudu Bheemudu, Ma Inti Mahalakshmi, Mooga Manasulu, Missamma, Illarikam, Keelu Bommalu, Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu, Ramu, Undamma Bottu Pedata, Mattilo Manikyam, Pandanti Kapuram, Kuruskhetram, Bangaru Thalli, Mangamma Sapadham, Chinnari Paapalu, Gundamma Katha, Collector Janaki, Sri Krishna Tulabaram Poolarangadu, Manchi Manishi.
At a really younger age, Jamuna acted alongside legendary actors like NTR, ANR, Krishna, Krishnam Raju, Shoban Babu, and so forth. She was one of many celebrated actresses of Nineteen Sixties and Nineteen Seventies.
While she enacted a number of roles in her illustrious profession, the character of Satyabhama, one in all Lord Krishna’s wives, was her favorite position. She was known as ‘Cine Satyabhama’ for the best way she had portrayed the half in just a few movies.
Jamuna efficiently contested as Member of Parliament within the ninth Lok Sabha (1989–1991) representing the Rajahmundry constituency.
Condolences from celebs from numerous industries have been pouring in.