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Jayaprada Hot Photos Biography Jaya
Pradha (Telugu: born 3 April 1962) is an Indian film and politician.
Jaya Pradha was born Lalita Rani on 3rd April 1962in a middle-class
family in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India. Her father Krishna Rao was
a Telugu film financier. Her mother Neelavani enrolled her in dance and
music classes at an early age. When she was fourteen years old, she
performed a dance at her school's annual function. A film director was
in the audience, and he offered her a three-minute dance number in the
Telugu film Bhoomikosam. She was hesitant, but her family encouraged her
to accept it. She was paid only 10 rupees for her work in the film, but
she also received much greater opportunities, as the rushes of those
three minutes of film was shown to the major figures of the Telugu film
industry, and the floodgates opened. She was discovered by renowed Tamil
Director K. Balachander. Balachander first cast her in a small role in
the 1976 Tamil film Manmadha Leelai opposite Kamal Haasan. After that,
major filmmakers offered her starring roles in quality films, and she
accepted them. She became a major star in 1976 with a trio of hits: K.
Balachander's Anthuleni Katha showcased her dramatic skills; K.
Viswanath's Siri Siri Muvva showed her playing a mute with excellent
dancing skills; and her title role as Sita in the big-budget
mythological film Seetha Kalyanam confirmed her versatility. In 1977,
she starred in Adavi Ramudu, which broke box office records and which
permanently cemented her star status. The song "Aaresukoboyi
Paresukunnanu" picturized on her and co-star N.T. Rama Rao became a mass
hit.She branched out to star in Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada films,
and had hit films in all of them. K. Viswanath remade Siri Siri Muvva
(1976) in Hindi as Sargam introducing Jayapradha to Bollywood in 1979.
The film became a huge hit and she became an overnight star there as
well. She earned her first Filmfare nomination as Best Actress but
couldn't capitalize on her success since she couldn't speak Hindi. It
took three more years before director K. Vishwanath relaunched her
again in Hindi films, with the hit film Kaamchor(1982) where she spoke
Hindi fluently for the first time. She was now able to consistently
work in Hindi films and earn two more Filmfare nominations as Best
Actress for playing Amitabh Bachchan's endearing girlfriend in Prakash
Mehra's Sharaabi (1984) and for her challenging double role in K.