Birth: 24 February 1948, Mysore, India
Work area: Former actress, politician
Jayalalitha Jayaram is the general secretary of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Anna DMK) and the Chief Minister of the state of Tamil Nadu. He is one of the few ex-eminent superstars who not only earned a reputation in the field of cinema but has also been important in the politics of Tamil Nadu.
She was a popular actress before entering politics and has worked in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada films as well as a Hindi and an English film. She was the first woman to become the Leader of the Opposition in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly in 1989.
At present, Jayalalithaa has solid control in the current politics of Tamil Nadu. In 1991, she became the Chief Minister of the state for the first time. In 2011, the public elected Jayalalithaa as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the third time. Urfi Javed Biography, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Father
He started many welfare projects in the state. In her early term, Jayalalithaa carried out development works such as water harvesting projects and industrial sector development plans.
J. jayalalitha Biography
In his film career, he did most of the films MG from 1965 to 1972. Started with Ramachandran and also started his political career in 1982 with MG Ramachandran. In 1984, he was made a member of the Rajya Sabha from Tamil Nadu. After the death of Ramachandran in 1987, Jayalalithaa gave herself to MG. Declared successor of Ramachandran.
In her political life, Jayalalithaa has also been in controversies in corruption cases. He has also been sentenced to court in corruption cases.
J. jayalalitha Biography early life
Komalavalli, also known as Jayalalithaa, was born in Mysore on 24 February 1948 to Vedavalli and Jayaram. His family is related to the royal family of Mysore. His grandfather was a royal doctor in the Mysore court and he introduced the word ‘Jai’ at the beginning of his family’s name to let people know that he had a social affiliation with King Jayachamararajendra Wodeyar of Mysore.
Jayalalithaa died when her father was only two years old. She then moved to Bangalore to be with her mother and maternal grandparents. Jayalalithaa studied at Bishop Cotton Girls School in Bangalore for a few years and then her mother went to Chennai to try her luck in films.
After coming to Chennai, he attended Church Park Presentation Convent and Stella Maris College. Since childhood, Jayalalithaa was a bright student and she wanted to study law but wrote something else in luck. Due to the financial troubles of the family, his mother suggested him to work in films. At the age of just 15, Jayalalithaa established herself as the lead actress.
J. jayalalitha Film career
Jayalalithaa started her acting with Shankar V Giri’s English film “Apistle”, but she did not get any recognition from this film. In 1964 Jayalalithaa’s first Kannada film ‘Chinnada Gombe’ was released. This film was highly appreciated by the critics and the public also liked it.
After a year he acted in the Tamil film ‘Venira Adai’ and soon after that he also entered Telugu cinema. Over the next few years, she became an iconic artist due to her impressive acting in Tamil films. MG on cinema screen Their pairing with Ramachandran was very successful and the audience also liked the pair immensely.
In the last years of his film Safar, he also worked with renowned actors like Jaishankar, Ravichandran and Shivaji Ganesan. In 1968, he acted in the Hindi film Izzat in which Dharmendra was the lead actor. His film career slowed down a bit in the 1980s. His last film was ‘Nadhiya Thedi Vandha Kadal’ after which he decided to join politics.
J. jayalalitha Political life
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) founder M.K. G. Ramachandran appointed him as publicity secretary and four years later in 1984, he was nominated to the Rajya Sabha. In a short time, they are AIADMK Became an active member of They got MGR He was considered a political partner of AI and even in the medium of media, he got AIADMK. When M.G.
When Ramachandran became the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa was given the responsibility of the post of General Secretary of the party. After his death, some members gave Janaki Ramachandran an AIADMK. Wanted to inherit and for this reason A.I.A.D.M.K. Butt was split in two. Priyanka Chopra Biography, Net Worth, Affairs, Controversies
One group was supporting Jayalalithaa and the other faction was Janaki Ramachandran. In 1988, the party was expelled under Article 356 of the Indian Constitution. In 1989, A.I.A.D.M.K. Reorganized and Jayalalithaa was made the head of the party. After that Jayalalithaa won the assembly elections in 1991, 2002 and 2011, despite many corruption allegations and controversies.
During her political career, Jayalalithaa has been accused of embezzlement of government capital, illegal land acquisition and disproportionate assets. She was also sentenced on 27 September 2014 in a case of ‘disproportionate assets’ and had to quit as the Chief Minister but was acquitted by the Karnataka High Court on 11 May 2015, after which she again became the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
- Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award for the film ‘Pattikada Pattanama’
- Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award for the film ‘Shri Krishna Satya’
- Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award for the film ‘Suryakanthi’
- Kalaimmani Award from Tamil Nadu Government
- Honorary Doctorate in Literature from Madras University
- Dr. MGR Medical University, Tamil Nadu conferred an honorary doctorate in science
- Tamil Nadu Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya conferred honorary doctorate in science
- Bharthidasan University gave a doctorate in literature
- Dr. Ambedkar Law University conferred an honorary doctorate in law.
1948: Jayalalithaa born on 26 February in Mysore
1961: Film career started with epistle film
1964: Debut in kannada film
1965: Jayalalithaa debuted her Tamil film Karrier
1972: Filmfare Best Actress Award for the film ‘Pattikada Pattanama’
1980: Elected Secretary of Publicity by MGR
1984: Nomination in Rajya Sabha
1989: Win the assembly elections
1991: Became chief minister for the first time
2002: Jayalalithaa wins Vidhan Sabha elections for the second time
2011: Became Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu after winning the Vidhan Sabha elections