A Legendary Indian film on-screen character, executive and maker. She showed up in adaptable parts in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Hindi dialect movies. In 1960, she got the Rashtrapati Award for her execution in the film Chivaraku Migiledi. She was raised by his uncle (father's sibling), Shri Kommareddi Venkataramaiah at Vijayawada. He watched the taste and ability of Savithri towards move and masterminded training in the move. He was the main impetus for Savitri's Career. She learned music and Classical dance from Sistla Purnayya Sasthri, at a young age of Eight years. She performed on stage as a kid at different spots. She appeared in more than 300 movies in various languages with somewhere around ten and fifteen motion pictures being discharged every year.
She performed in Hindi, Tamil & a few other language movies. In 1955, Savitri was married to
and she pronounced it openly three years after the wedding. Her wedding was uncovered when she signed as Savithri Ganesh in a Lux commercial. They had two youngsters Vijaya Chamundeswari and
. After there was no accessibility of TVs around then, she masterminded a 16mm projector to show motion pictures to her kids. She would watch Hollywood films and investigate them completely. She cherished Sophia Loren and Shirley MacLaine. She passed on at 46 years old. Raginivari "ARDHANGI" coordinated by P.Pullaiah released on 26th January 1955 brought popularity to Savithri. The part in the film "Ardhangi" was an amazing part of a performer. She was honored with various other state awards & others.