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Rajasulochana passes away
Veteran southern actress and dancer Rajasulochana breathed her last at her residence in Chennai on Tuesday morning. She was 77 and is survived by two...
Veteran southern actress and dancer Rajasulochana breathed her last at her residence in Chennai on Tuesday morning. She was 77 and is survived by two daughters and a son. "She was suffering from breathing and renal problems over the last few days and passed away in her sleep," said a family member. In 1953, Rajasulochana made her cinematic debut with Kannada film 'Gunasagari'. She has acted in approximately over 250 films across Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. She founded 'Pushpanjali Nritya Kala Kendram', a dance school, in 1961 in Chennai. Some of her best films include 'Babruvahana', 'Sri Kalahasti Mahatyam' and 'Todi Kodallu'. She was married to Telugu director CS Rao.