Jayalalithaa Passes Away at Age of 68 (Download PDF)


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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalitha has been in the hospital from past few months due to a severe health condition. Recently she had a heart attack in the hospital. From then her health condition deteriorated seriously.

Jayalalithaa’s death was confirmed by Apollo Hospitals

Jayalalithaa’s Death Was Confirmed by Apollo Hospitals

Jayalalithaa’s death was confirmed by Apollo Hospitals


  • Jayalalithaa’s age is 68 years and she stopped giving the response to the medicines.
  • Jayalalitha was admitted to Apollo hospital in Chennai.
  • Hundreds of Amma fans gathered around the hospital to know about their favorite Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa health status.
  • The Tamil Nadu government has called specialist doctors from around the world to make Jayalalitha condition stable.
  • Even under the special care of expert doctors Jayalalitha health condition has not improved.
  • After failing to recover from a cardiac arrest she suffered. Her death was confirmed by Apollo Hospitals.

About Jayalalithaa

  • Born on 24 February 1948 at Mandya, Mysore State (now Karnataka, India)
  • Preceded by Karunanidhi.
  • Jayalalithaa Jayaraman was an Indian politician who served five terms as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu as follows:

    • From 1991 to 1996
    • 14 May 2001 to 21 September 2001
    • From 2002 to 2006
    • From 2011 to 2014
    • Finally from 2015 to 2016
  • She was a leading actress before her entry into politics and appeared in 140 films from 1961 to 1980 in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi industries.
  • She was considered a prolific and versatile actress having appeared in films of different genres and for performing wide variety of characters.
  • She was also known for her dancing skills and was referred to as the queen of Tamil cinema.

- Published/Last Modified on: December 5, 2016


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