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Born in the holy city of India Tirupati in 1972, Roja is a well-known actress in southern India. She learnt Kuchipudi After Graduating from Padmavati women`s University,Tirupati. She made her breakthrough in film industry through `Prema Thapassu' movie opposite veteran telugu actor Rajendra Prasad. Interestingly this film was completely shot in her birth place Tirupati. Roja was introduced to Tamil film Industry by her future husband R.K.Selvamani ,then a popular film director.
She started her political career from TDP (Telugu Desam Party) and contested 2004 and 2009 assembly elections from Nagari constituency. She later joined the YSR (Yuvajana Sramika Rythu) congress party and contested from same constituency again 2014 and tasted her first victory. She is presently the President of YSR party women wing.
She acted in more than 100 films in all 4 languages of southern india namely Kannada,Telugu,Tamil and Malayalam.
Roja joined Telugu Desam Party and was elected as the president of the Telugu Mahila wing of the Party.
Roja contested from Nagari constituency as a YSR congress candidate and won over her opponent by a margin of 858 votes.
Contested from Nagari Constituency as a TDP candidate and got defeated.
She joined YSR congress Party.
She contested From Nagari constituency as a TDP candidate and was defeated by congress candidate Chengareddy Reddyvari.
Debut in Malayalam film industry through 'Gangotri' movie.
Debut in kannada film industry though movie 'Gadibidi Ganda'.
Debut in Tamil film Industry through a film 'Chembaruthi'.
Debut in Telugu Film industry though film `Prema Thapassu'. The complete movie was shot in Tirupati.
Net Worth₹4.34 CRORE
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