T. A. Mathuram

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T. A. Mathuram
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N.S. Krishnan and T. A. Mathuram from the 1947 Tamil film Paithiakaran
Born(1918-10-14)14 October 1918
Died23 May 1974(1974-05-23) (aged 55)
Spouse 'Kalaivanar' N. S. Krishnan

T. A. Mathuram (14 October 1918 – 23 May 1974) was an Indian stage and film actress and singer. [1]


Biography and career

Mathuram was born in Srirangam on 14 October 1918 in a family of artists. Her first Tamil film was Rathnaavali released in 1935. Her next film was Vasantha Sena produced in Poone and released in 1936. She paired with N. S. Krishnan in this film. [1] She married him later. [2]

She and Krishnan became a popular comedy duo in South Indian cinema. [3]

Indian playback singer Ramya NSK is a granddaughter of Mathuram. [4] [5]

Mathuram died in a road accident in 1974 [6]


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  6. "உயிரே போனாலும் ஒரு நடிகருக்கு திருமணம் செய்துவைக்கமாட்டேன் என்று சொன்ன அம்மா.! அந்த நடிகை யார்.?KPTV - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 18 July 2020.

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