Known on her behalf performances in such 1970s Telugu motion pictures as Adavi Ramudu, Anthuleni Katha, and Siri Siri Muvva, this well-known actress continued to get a Filmfare Award on her behalf part in the 1983 film Sagara Sangamam. Also a politician, she offered in the Indian Lok Sabha as an associate from the Samajwadi Party. During her teenage years, she got the chance to dance inside a Telugu film entitled Bhoomi Kosam. This appearance resulted in starring tasks in such Telugu and Kannada movies as, respectively, Seetha Kalyanam and Sanadi Appanna. She made an appearance in her 1st Hindi-speaking part in the 1982, K. Vishwanath-directed film Kaamchor. In the middle 1980s, she stirred controversy by marrying an already-married film maker called Srikant Nahata. She co-starred with Mammooty in the 1985 Malayalam film Iniyum Katha Thudarum.