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This actress’s one dream was to never fall in love again after her intense love for a CM ended in marriage

Today, we’ll tell you about a captivating actress from South Africa who, despite never having married or found love, gave her everything to her unmarried children. This actress fell in love with the previous Tamil Nadu chief minister, who was married. Additionally, the actress asked him to marry her. The request was rejected by the former CM, but because of him, she achieved great success in life. The actress lived her whole life as an unmarried mother to her kid and a goddess to her followers, despite the fact that neither her love nor her marriage were acknowledged.

In modern-day Karnataka, on February 24, 1948, the actress was born to Jayaram and Vedavalli (Sandhya). Jayakumar was the name of her brother. When her father abandoned her, she was young. She was raised by her mother, who encouraged her to pursue a career in movies in order to provide for her family.

This actress, whose career spanned more than 20 years, appeared in over 140 films, mostly in the languages of Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. She became not just the best actress in South Indian cinema but also one of India’s most renowned figures. Even though this actress had great success in both politics and movies, she was often in the news for her personal life, particularly because of her relationship with the previous chief minister of Tamil Nadu, MG Ramachandran, also known as “M.G.R.”

Today, we’re going to discuss about Jayalalithaa, an actress who rose to fame in South Indian cinema and held the position of Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for six terms, totaling more than fourteen years, from 1991 to 2016. Additionally, she held the position of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s (AIADMK) fifth and longest-serving general secretary. She was referred to as “Amma” (Mother) and “Puratchi Thalaivi” (Revolutionary commander) by her devotees.

Although Jayalalithaa became well-known in both politics and performing, her relationship with actor-turned-politician MG Ramachandran (MGR) garnered the majority of media attention. MGR starred in 28 successful films with Jayalalithaa during his acting career, and he subsequently served as her mentor throughout her political career.

The narrative behind Jayalalithaa’s foray into politics is captivating. It is said that during her prime acting days, she had romantic feelings for legendary actor Sobhan Babu. They were often seen together at movie events. At the time, Sobhan Babu was married. Even with such knowledge, Jayalalithaa nonetheless made a marriage proposal to him. “Doctor Babu,” Jayalalithaa’s first film costarring Sobhan Babu, turned out to be her last motion picture. Jayalalithaa’s close friend and political activist MGR encouraged the actress to pursue a career in politics.

When MGR was the chief minister in 1982, Jayalalithaa became a member of the party he created, the AIADMK. People from the opposition and the party began to attack her as they saw her rise in the ranks. However, Jayalalithaa showed her willingness to wed the already-married MGR by following her heart. She would never be able to claim the title of his wife.

Jayalalithaa had wanted to live with MGR, who was married and thirty-one years her senior. She made many plans for her marriage, but MGR always changed his mind. Being with the guy she loved was her biggest desire and aspiration in life, but sadly, it was never realized.

Rumors also circulated that Jayalalithaa was about to wed Arun Kumar, the son of a family acquaintance. However, she never found the fulfillment of her wish to marry. She realized that marriage and love were not in her future. Sudhakaran, the nephew of Jayalalithaa’s friend Sasikala, was engaged to Sivaji Ganesan’s youngest daughter in 1995. At this point, Jayalalithaa had become chief minister and had announced that Sudhakaran would be adopted as her foster son, with her acting as his mother throughout their marriage. Later on, Jayalalithaa denied ever having Sudhakaran as a foster child.

Jayalalithaa was greatly influenced by MGR’s leadership, to the point that, four years after his passing, she became the most powerful figure in Tamil Nadu politics. In 1991, she took on the role of Chief Minister for the first time. She dedicated her life to helping the underprivileged and rose to become the youngest Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, holding the position for six times. But Jayalalithaa’s life was never without controversy, whether it personal or political.

At the age of 68, Jayalalithaa passed away from a cardiac attack in December of 2016. She became the first Indian woman to pass away while serving as chief minister.

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