Born in Yellandu, Reshma Rathore is the daughter of Haridas Rathore and Radha Bai. Her father works as an Executive Officer, and her mother is an advocate, her younger sibling is Prithvi Raj Rathore, who is pursuing MBBS. She is a South Indian film actress appeared in Telugu movies. In a Telugu movie named Bodyguard, she was seen as Trisha’s friend and she debuted as a lead in the movie ‘Ee Rojullo’ which was a Telugu film under the direction of Maruthi Dasari Maruthi Dasari is a well-known screenplay writer, >> Read More... Maruthi Dasari , in this, she was much appreciated for her performance.

She had been nominated for several awards too. She then worked in several films like ‘ Jai Sriram Click to look into! >> Read More... Jai Sriram ’ and ‘Love Cycle’. Next she worked in a film called ‘Pratighatana' in which she played a role of Nirbhaya, who was a victim in Delhi. She then worked in several other movies which are yet to be released. She was acknowledged with the Best Confident Face of the Year in 2012 by CineMAA Awards for her role in ‘Ee Rojullo’ and has been rewarded as the Best Female Debutant in the year 2012 by 2nd South Indian International Movie Award for ‘Ee Rojullo’.

Leela Naidu Telugu Actress

Leela Naidu

Leela Naidu was a notable Indian actress, who became famous for her acting in some English and Hindi films like Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke in the year 1963, The Householder, etc. Being the Femina Miss India, in 1954, was featured in a fashion and lifestyle magazine named Vogue in the World's Ten Most Beautiful Women's list. It was a prominent fashion magazine, in which she was listed continuously from the 1950s to 1960s worldwide. She is very famous for her subtle acting style and stunning classical beauty. She was born in Mumbai. Her father was a famous nuclear physicist named Ramaiah Naidu, who hailed from the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Out of the eight pregnancies of her mother, she was the only surviving baby. Marthe was a journalist and an Indologist. The freedom fighter and senior Congress leader named Sarojini Naidu was her aunt. She was married to Tilak Raj Oberoi when she was 17 years old, in 1956. He is the child of the founder of Oberoi Hotels, Mohan Sinch Oberoi. Tilak Raj was about 33 years old. The couple had twin daughters who were named Maya, and Priya. They got divorced, and the custody of both the girls rested with Oberoi. She got married again, to Dom Moraes, who was a poet in Mumbai in the year 1969. They lived together for 25 years in different places like New York, Hong Kong, Mumbai, New Delhi, etc. She started leading a reclusive life in Mumbai after the relationship with Dom Moraes ended. She started her film career alongside Balraj Sahni in the film named Anuradha in the year 1960. The film obtained the National Film Award for the Best Feature Film in spite of not being so successful at the box office. Next, she acted in a movie called Ummeed opposite Joy Mukherjee and Ashok Kumar in the year 1962. She next worked in Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke, which was filmed on the basis of a real-life case called K. M. Nanavati vs. the State of Maharashtra and was a flop. Later, in the year 1963, she acted in the film The Householder, which was directed by an American film director, James Ivory. Satyajit Ray planned an English film after getting impressed with her performance in this movie. The movie was named The Journey. Unfortunately, the film could not be made at all. Though, Naidu was considered for the character of Rosie in the film Guide in 1965; she lost the chance as she was not a trained dancer, which was required for the role. She then acted in the movie Baghi in 1964, which was her last film in Bollywood. She made a guest appearance in The Guru, which is a Merchant-Ivory film in the year 1969. She acted in Electric Moon in the year 1992, which was directed by Pradip Krishen, which was her last role in movies. A documentary named Lila was released by Priyanjana Dutta and Bidisha Roy Das in September 2009, which focused on Leela's life. She also acted in one episode of two television series named Man of the World and Channing in the year 1962 and 1964, respectively. She died on 28th July 2009 in Mumbai, because of lung failure at the age of 69 after a prolonged intensive effect of influenza.