Gayatri Biography traces its history back to the time when the first edition of Gayatri magazine was launched on 1st October 1970. The launch of Gayatri was timed to coincide with the release of the movie called ‘The Boys from Brazil’ which was a huge success in India and was later popular all over the world. Gayatri Biography features many celebrities who were once famous in India like Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sankrit actor Sushmita Sen, Jyotisa Dalam and more. It tells about their life achievements, whether they pursued their acting career or not and also reveals their sexuality and what exactly happened in their lives.
Gayatri is an Indian actor from Punjab, who has been known for memorable hero roles in Kannada films such as Auto Jaiva, Jeejeevan Kamal’s Karastan (Movie), Jeejeevan Kaur, Haldiram, Hrungra (Movie), Arundhati Adhuri etc. She is currently married to martial artist Anant Nag. She is described as an exquisite actress with a gentle and kind nature.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||36 B|
|Waist Size||28 Inches|
|Hips Size||37 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||36-28-37 Inches|
As far as her martial arts skills are concerned, she is one of the best martial arts exponents of her generation. She has spent a lot of time and energy in learning martial arts. She is also a kickboxer and a tennis player. Apart from her athletic achievements, she has also been nominated for some Academy Awards and has won a number of national and international awards including the Best Female Action Hero.
Gayatri Biography traces its roots to the era when Indian women were viewed as inferior and not as intelligent as men. As a result, a lot of them had to be brought up as men to please the societal expectations. This was a painful process for them. However, there are a few exceptions as seen in the case of Madhubala Murthy who played a major role in empowering women during the Bombay era. Gayatri was one of her many fans.
She was so popular among the youth, that she was made a member of the Indian Film Council in 1954. Later, she went toollywood and became known for her amazing acting skills which include being one of the first female sex symbols in Indian cinema. She was known for her bold characters and was loved for her bold moves, which included kicking an entire camel out of the path of the hunter! Her bold roles also included romantic roles like Jodha in Rajneeti, Bhumika in Kanyakumari, Neha in Bhaahesakhi, Satya in Mahabaleshwar and Kiara in Magadheera. She was also one of the few Indian actresses to appear in two movies that have made history, Bhumika in Magadheera and Kiara in Mahabaleshwar.
Gayatri also tried her hands at writing a biography of her life but never completed it. However, she continued to work towards promoting women writers and fought for the rights of women in the film industry. She was instrumental in changing the mind of India’s film council when she insisted on a female player being given a prominent role in a film. The movie in which she was featured was Madhumati. After completing her memoirs, Gayatri returned to her home country and passed away in peacefully, at the age of 33.