A multi-talented Indian actress, Tulasi started her career as a child actress following it was her role as the main lead and then as a motherly figure in supporting roles. Her linguistic film approach has made her a quite famous actress. In 1967, when she was three months old, she acted in her first film. In the Telugu film, Bharya a baby was needed, and she was placed in the cradle. The film ‘Jeevanatarangalu’ also had her at the age of one and a half years old. Then later she went to become a full-fledged actress at the age of three. The fact was that she never went to school. Her marriage story is also very interesting. She says that at the age of 28, she met the man of her dreams in the morning and tied the knot with him in the evening.

Eventually after her marriage, she decided to quit her acting career and only lend her voice to films, including the ones made by Mani Ratnam. But then after a few years, she was offered the role of a mother in films. Initially, she declined it but then with the film ‘Excuse me’, she played the role of a mother to DivyaSpandana, which then became a big hit. She played a mother’s role in many Tamil films. The film ‘Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer’ in which she played Manisha Yadav’s mother brought about a drastic change in her life and gave her the identity of a mother in reel life. Her showcasing of ‘Chellamma’ in Pannaiyarum Padminiyum was stated as a brilliant performance. She is a star in her own and has won some awards about her excellence in this field.

Jyotii Sethi Telugu Actress

Jyotii Sethi

Jyotii Sethi was born on 12th February to Punjabi parents in Chandigarh. She has completed her schooling in Chandigarh and then moved to Patiala to complete her graduation at Punjab University, Patiala. She completed her Masters in English and also wanted to be a lecturer.The acting was never on her list. Her friends suggested her to start acting. She got a few photo shoots done and offers started coming in. Initially, she did a few modeling assignments, after which she got  noticed on social media sites. Then she planned to move to Mumbai to pursue a career in modeling itself. She also did many TV and print advertisements. According to one of the sources, she likesMumbai and the vibes of the place so much that she doesn’t want to return to her hometown. She was also approached for a Punjabi film which she completed. It has not been released yet. Some of her initial screenings and auditions in the South didn’t work well and then after two years she got the chance to feature in a comedy flick titled “Where is Vidya Balan”. She followed the steps of Simran Kaur Mundi and Sruthi Sodhi and joined the Tollywood gang. She is very confident about her film and her role and says that it would leave an impact and her work would not go unnoticed. She feels that south Indian film industry is even more competitive than the Bollywood film industry. According to her, there are so many new and old heroines in the South which trying to bag roles and make their marks due to which it becomes really difficult. She doesn’t want to be choosy about her roles. Her first Telugu ventures have earned  her much appreciation and she is said to be working on some other Telugu project these days. Also, she does photo shoots and modeling assignments side by side.