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Kommareddy Savitri (Telugu: సావిత్రి కొమ్మారెడ్డి, 6 December 1935 – 26 December 1981), was an Indian film actress, director and producer. She appeared in versatile roles in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi language films. In 1960, she received the Rashtrapati Award for her performance in the film Chivaraku Migiledi.[1]Savitri was born to a Telugu speaking couple Nissankara Guruviah and Subhadhramma in Chirravuru (near Tenali) in Guntur, Madras Presidency, now part of Andhra Pradesh. Her father died when she was 6 months old. Later, her family moved to Chirravuru. She studied in Kasturbhai High School. Her maternal uncle KommaReddy Venkata Rammaiah Chowdary was the driving force for Savitri's Career. She learned music and Indian classical dance from Sistla Purnayya Sasthri, starting from the age of 8 (1941). She performed stage shows as a child. She acted in 318 films in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi languages, with between ten and fifteen movies being released per year.[2]She gave a few public performances as a child artiste in Vijayawada. Later, she worked in a theater company run by Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao. She also started her own company, the Navabharata Natya Mandali. Her best stage role was in Atma Vanchana[citation needed], written by Bucchi Babu.She was offered a role in ‘Agni Pariksha’ in 1949. However she looked too young (she was 12) in screen tests and so was dropped. Then, she was selected for the lead role in the film Samsaram by the banner ‘Sadhana Chitra’ in 1950. However, she was replaced by Pushpavalli and was given a small role, with Nageswara Rao. She performed a dance in Pathala Bhairavi in 1951. Her first big role was as a second lead actress Pelli Chesi Choodu by L. V. Prasad in 1952.
She later acted in memorable Telugu films like Chandra Haram (1953), Devadasu (1953), Ardhangi (1955), Missamma (1955), Donga Ramudu (1955), Amara Deepam (1956), Todikodallu (1957), Mayabazaar (1957), Abhimanam (1958), Mangalya Balam (1958), Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1959), Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam (1960), Chivaraku Migiledi (1960), Manchi Manasulu (1961), Aradhana (1962), Gundamma Katha (1962), Rakta Tilakam (1963), Mooga Manasulu (1963), Doctor Chakravarthy (1964), Poojaphalam (1964), Devatha (1965), Pandava Vanavasam (1965), Kanya Sulkam, Naadi Aada Janme, Prana Mitrulu (1967), Varakatnam (1968), Maro Prapancham (1970), Manase Mandiram (1966) and Jagan Mohini (1978). These movies are testimony to her versatile acting skills.

South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
South Indian Actress Fake Hot Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers

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