Pushpavalli (Rekha’s Mother) Age, Death Cause, Husband, Children, Family, Biography & More
Bio Full NamePentapadu Pushpavalli Profession Actress Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 165 cm in meters- 1.65 m in feet inches- 5’ 5” Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 120 kg in pounds- 55 lbs Personal Life Date of Birth3 January 1925 Birth PlaceTadepalligudem, Madras Presidency, British India Date of DeathYear 1991 Place of DeathNot Known Age (at the time of death)66 Years Death CauseNot Known Zodiac sign/Sun signCapricorn NationalityIndian HometownTadepalligudem, Madras Presidency, British India SchoolNot Known CollegeNot Known Educational QualificationNot Known DebutFilm: Sampoorna Ramayanam (1936- As a Child Artist) FamilyNot Known ReligionHinduism HobbiesDancing & Travelling Favourite Things Favourite FoodSouth Indian Cuisines Favourite ActorGemini Ganesan Boys, Affairs and More Marital StatusMarried Affairs/BoyfriendsGemini Ganesan Husband/SpouseI. V. Rangachari Gemini Ganesan ChildrenSon- None Daughters- Rekha
Some Lesser Known Facts About Pushpavalli (Actress)
Did Pushpavalli smoke?: Not Known
Did Pushpavalli drink alcohol?: Not Known
She did her first film, Sampoorna Ramayanam, in which she played a small role as a child artist at the age of nine.
She had left her husband because of some relationship differences and started living apart with her alleged lover Gemini Ganesan.
She had never acknowledged herself as the legal wife of Ganesan because in the early 1950s, divorce was not available to Hindus and as she had not taken divorce from her husband, she could not get married to Gemini Ganesan.
She is the mother of the legendary Bollywood actress Rekha, and as per the sources, as per her wish and also because of some household financial problems, Rekha had to choose the path leading her to the film industry at the very young age of 12.
She was never the perpetual choice of the Tollywood directors for the leading role, in fact, in her entire acting career, she acted in around 25 films, and in most of those films, she only had the chance to play supporting roles.
Here is the small glimpse of her film Bhakta Markandeya, which was released in the year 1957.