E. V. Saroja

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E. V. Saroja (died 2006) was a famous Tamil and Telugu actress and dancer. She was born on third of November 1935.[1] She belonged to Engan village of Thiruvarur district, Tamil Nadu.

Her debut film was En Thangai in 1952 starring M. G. Ramachandran. She played the role of a blind girl.

She acted in about 70 films with other top-ranking stars of Tamil and Telugu film industry like Gemini Ganesan and Akkineni Nageswara Rao. Her Mother tongue is Tamil.

Filmography[edit]

The following is partial list of her films:Bagyalakshmi( Tamil, 1961)

  1. En Thangai (Tamil, 1952)
  2. Gulebagavali (1955)
  3. Pennarasi (1955)
  4. Bhale Ramudu (1956) .... Roopadevi, dancer
  5. Amara Deepam (1956)
  6. Paasavalai (1956)
  7. Madurai Veeran (1956)
  8. Penki Pellam (1956)
  9. Rambayin Kaathal (1956)
  10. Suvarna Sundari (1957) .... Parvathi
  11. Bhagya Rekha (1957)
  12. Saubhagyavati (1957)
  13. Karpukkarasi (1957)
  14. Enga Veettu Mahalakshmi (1957)
  15. Veera Kankanam (1957)
  16. Bhookailas (Telugu, 1958) .... Dancer
  17. Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (Telugu, 1958) .... Dancer
  18. Athisaya Penn (Tamil, 1959)
  19. Kaathavaraayan (1959)
  20. Thanga Padhumai (1959)
  21. Uzhavukkum Thozhilukkum Vandhanai Seivom (1959)
  22. Padikkadha Medhai (1960)
  23. Adavantha Deivam (1960)
  24. Intiki Deepam Illalu (1961)
  25. Iddaru Mitrulu (Telugu, 1961)
  26. Veera Thirumagan (Tamil, 1962)
  27. Chaduvukunna Ammayilu (Telugu, 1963) .... Latha
  28. Velugu Needalu (Telugu, 1964)

Personal life[edit]

Her brother is E. V. Rajan, with whom she established E.V.R. Pictures. They produced few films like Koduthuvaithaval (starring MGR as hero) and Thanga Surangam (Sivaji Ganesan as hero).

She was married to T.R.Ramanna and had a daughter.[citation needed]

Death[edit]

She died in Chennai on Friday 3 November 2006 due to cardiac arrest.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Friday Review Chennai / Tribute : A star fades away". The Hindu. 10 November 2006. Retrieved 17 August 2013.
  2. ^ "E.V. Saroja dead". The Hindu. 4 November 2006. Archived from the original on 3 October 2014. Retrieved 4 November 2016.