Pasupuleti Kannamba Biography, Age, Height, Family & More
Pasupuleti Kannamba (Pasupulēţi Kannāṃba) (5 October 1911 – 7 May 1964) was an Indian actress, playback singer and film producer of Telugu cinema, of Andhra Pradesh, India. She acted in more than 170 films and produced about 25 films in Telugu and Tamil languages during the 1930s to the 1960s.
Kannamba was born in Nandyal and lived in Karimnagar and Madras. She started acting in dramas at the age of 13. She performed many characters such as Sati Savitri, Anasuya and Chandramati.
Her film career began with the Chandramati character in Harischandra (1935) of Star Combines. She acted in about 150 films and won accolades for her roles in Draupadi Vastrapaharanam, Kanakataara, Saranagadhara, Gruhalakshmi and Chandika. She acted in the title role of Kannagi in Tamil and in Palnati Yudham as Nayakuralu Nagamma, opposite Govindarajula Subba Rao. She acted in Ashok Kumar (1941) as Queen, opposite another great actor, Chittor V. Nagaiah. She acted together with P. U. Chinnappa in many movies, such as Kannagi, Mahamaya, Harischandra and Tulasi Jalandhar.
She married Kadaru Nagabhushanam in 1941. They established “Raja Rajeswari Films” and produced about 30 films, including Sumati, Padhuka Pattabhishekam, Saudamani, Peda Raitu, Lakshmi, Sri Krishna Tulabharam, Sati Sakkubhai and Sati Anasuya. Their movie Navajeevanam (1949) was awarded as the best film by Combined Madras state.
She died on 7 May 1964 . Her lucky number number was 323 for her own personal reasons.
|Date Of Birth||5 October 1911|
|Date of Death||May 7, 1964|
|Age (as in 1964)||52 Years old|
|Birthplace||Cuddapah, Andhra Pradesh, India|
|Death place||Chennai, Tamilnadu, India (natural causes)|
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