T. R. Omana
|Parent(s)||T R Gopala Pillai, P K Meenakshiamma|
T. R. Omana is an Indian actress in Malayalam films. She mainly acts in supporting roles and mother roles. She has acted in more than 500 films.
T. R. Omana was born as eldest among five children to T R Gopala Pillai, Timber merchant and P K Meenakshiamma, a housewife in Alappuzha. She has four younger sisters Lalitha, Padmaja, Geetha and Lekha.  She had education till Intermediate (pre university degree) which she did at Sanatana Dharma College, Alappuzha.  She is a trained classical dancer. She is also a Kathakali artist and had given many stage performances. T R Omana never married
Her family shifted to Chennai when her father had a big loss in business and to fulfill her dream of becoming actress. She made her debut with Nallathanka , a Malayalam movie in 1950, as child Artist. She continued to act in few movies as child artist. She was the heroine of movie Puthradharmam in 1954. She acted in mother role for the first time at the age of 23 in Veluthambi Dalawa in 1954. In 1968, she acted in the first full-length comedy in Malayalam cinema Viruthan Shanku directed by P. Venu. She lent her voice to Sharada in almost all her movies in Malayalam. She has also dubbed for Lilly Chakravarthy, Waheeda Rehman, Srividya, Lakshmi, Shuba etc.  Tamil movie industry Nadigar Sangam honored her with Venthirevani for her contributions to movie industry.  Her fame grew when she acted in the Malayalam TV Show, Chandanamazha. She has featured in many TV Serials, dramas, dance programs, radio programs etc.
|1964||Bhargavi Nilayam||Bhargavi's mother||Mala Shantha|
|1972||Pushpanjali (1972 film)||Usha||Vijayasree|
|1978||Etho Oru Swapnam||Sathyavathi||Kanakadurga|
|1983||Nizal Moodiya Nirangal||Shoshamma||Sharada|
|1987||Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam||Saraswathy amma tr||Sharada|
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