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Chandrakala was an Indian film actress who appeared in hundreds of Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi
Hindi
films.

Contents

1 Film career 2 Partial filmography

2.1 Tamil 2.2 Hindi 2.3 Kannada 2.4 Telugu 2.5 Malayalam

3 Death 4 References 5 External links

Film career[edit] She made her debut in Tamil movie Praptham
Praptham
(1971) opposite Sivaji Ganesan and Sreekanth. Her most significant role was in the film Alaigal directed by C. V. Sridhar.[1] Her other notable films include Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham, Ulagam Sutrum Valiban
Ulagam Sutrum Valiban
and Moondru Deivangal (as Sivakumar's co-star). She was better known for her soft roles. In Sampoorna Ramayanam (1971), she mesmerized the audience and critics with her performance as Goddess Sita. She acted with almost all stars of her time. In Telugu she acted with N.T.R., A.N.R., Shoban Babu, Krishna, Krishnam Raju etc. In Kannada she has paired with Dr. Rajkumar, Kalyan Kumar, Uday Kumar, Rajesh, Srinath, Vishnuvardhan etc. and in Tamil she has acted with actors like M.G.R., Sivaji Ganesan, Muthuraman, A.V.M. Rajan etc. She has starred in A.M. Raja's memorable comeback song, "Senthamaraye Senthen Ithazhe", co-starred with A.V.M. Rajan. Her part was sung by Jikki from the film "Pugunda Veedu". Nomu (Telugu) movie can be credited as her biggest hits she has received as a heroine. Partial filmography[edit] Tamil[edit]

Praptham
Praptham
(1971)... Debut in Tamil Moondru Dheivangal
Moondru Dheivangal
(1971) Puguntha Veedu (1972) Alaigal (1973) Deiva Vamsam (1973) Ulagam Sutrum Valiban
Ulagam Sutrum Valiban
(1973) Uravadum Nenjam (1976) Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham
Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham
(1976) Ellam Avale (1977) Varuvan Vadivelan
Varuvan Vadivelan
(1978) Vazhthungal (1978)

Hindi[edit]

Shola Aur Shabnam (1961)...young Sandhya Arab Ka Sitara (1961) Kala Jadoo (1963) Black Arrow (1965) Badmaash
Badmaash
(1969) Return Of Johny (1972) Aarambh
Aarambh
(1976)

Kannada[edit]

Jeevana Tharanga (1963) Jenu Goodu (1963) Sri Ramanjaneya Yuddha (1963)...Dancer Navakoti Narayana
Navakoti Narayana
(1964) Subba Shastry (1966) Parvathi Kalyana (1967) Onde Balliya Hoogalu (1967) Bedi Bandavalu (1968) Rowdy Ranganna (1968) Ananda Kanda (1968) Punya Purusha (1969) Punarjanma (1969) Margadarshi (1969) Manashanthi (1969) Chaduranga (1969) Amarabharathi (1971) Sankalpa (1973) Maga Mommaga (1974) Onde Roopa Eradu Guna (1975) Mane Belaku (1975) Kalla Kulla (1975) Suli (1978) Sri Raghavendra Vaibhava (1981) Athimadhura Anuraga (1992)

Telugu[edit]

Aada Paduchu
Aada Paduchu
(1967)...Sharada Chelleli Kosam (1968) Aatmiyulu
Aatmiyulu
(1969)...Seetha Matrudevatha (1969) Thalli Thandrulu (1970) Jai Jawan (1970) Talla Pellama (1970) Sampoorna Ramayanamu
Sampoorna Ramayanamu
(1971)...Sita Devi Dussehra Bullodu
Dussehra Bullodu
(1971)...Nirmala Inspector Bharya (1972) Maa Inti Velugu (1972) Kiladi Bullodu (1972) Tata Manavadu
Tata Manavadu
(1972)...Suguna Kanna Thalli 1972) Poolmala (1973) Puttinillu Mettinillu
Puttinillu Mettinillu
(1973) Sthree (1973) Manuvu Manasu (1973) Nomu (1974)...Parvati Chakravakam (1974) Mugguru Ammayilu (1974) Kode Nagu (1974) Iddaru Iddare (1976) Oka Deepam Veligindhi (1976) Kurukshetram (1977)...Rukmini Annadammula Savaal
Annadammula Savaal
(1978) Lakshmi Pooja (1979)

Malayalam[edit]

Moonnupookkal (1971) Ezhuthatha Kadha (1972)...Meena Alakal (1974) Aanandham Paramaanandham (1977)...Rekha

Death[edit] Chandrakala died prematurely of cancer on 21 June 1999, aged 48.[2] References[edit]

^ "Chandrakala". Jointscene. Joint Scene Ltd. Retrieved 16 November 2011. [permanent dead link] ^ Noted for soft roles - Chandrakala.

External links[edit]

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