About Peketi Sivaram and Jayanthi
Peketi Sivaram (Telugu: పేకేటి శివరాం) (8 October 1918 – 30 December 2006) was an Indian actor and director.He was born on 8 October 1918 in Pekeru village, East Godavari district in the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India, present day Andhra Pradesh.He acted in many Telugu, Tamil and Kannada films, receiving recognition for the character Bhagavan in Devadasu (1953).He directed a few Telugu and Kannada films including Chuttarikalu (1968), Bhale Abbayilu (1969), Kula Gouravam (1972) starring N. T. Rama Rao and Rajkumar.He received the H. M. Reddy award in 2002.
Kamala Kumari (6 January 1945 – 26 July 2021), known by her mononymous stage name Jayanthi, was an Indian actress known for her work in Kannada cinema and Tamil cinema.Jayanthi was born in Bellary, in the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India on 6 January 1945.Her father Balasubramanyam worked as English professor at the St Joseph’s College in Bangalore. Her mother was Santhanalakshmi.Jayanthi’s mother was keen on making her daughter a classical dancer and hence she joined a dance school. Her friend in dance school was the famous Tamil actress Manorama.As a child, Jayanthi went to the studios to see her idol N. T. Rama Rao. He called her and made her sit on his lap. Affectionately, he had asked her whether she would agree to become his heroine and the little girl had merely blushed. The pair would go on later in life to produce successful films such as Jagadeka Veeruni Katha, Kula Gowravam, Kondaveeti Simham and Justice Chowdhury.
Peketi Sivaram and Jayanthi love story
She was married to film director Peketi Sivaram for a few years.
Peketi Sivaram and Jayanthi marriage
She was married to film director Peketi Sivaram.
Peketi Sivaram and Jayanthi childrens
He has five sons from two marriages, the second one to the actress Jayanthi. His sons are Krishna Mohan, Peketi Ranga Rao, Venku and Gopal Peketi (with his first wife) and with second wife Jayanthi – Krishna Kumar.