There is no equal for Jayalalitha and it is indeed doubtful that there will be any. From an actress to one of the most adored, admired and worshiped politician in Tamilnadu was indeed a glorious journey. Jayalalitha's death happened yesterday at Apollo Hospital due to cardiac arrest. Her death was announced at 11:30 Pm night yesterday and Tamilnadu has been in tears since then. The entire state is on a shut down as people there are feeling numb because they have always considered jayalalithaa as one of their family member. Puratchi Thalaivi (Revolutionary Leader)'s death has left the state in despair to be precise.
Jayalalitha's mother was the one who was adamant of her daughter's movie entry despite of the opposition. Jayalalithaa has been trained in Western classical piano, Bharatanatyam, Mohiniattam, Manipuri and Kathak. She made her movie debut when she was 15. The movie was a grand success and there was no turning back after that for jayalalitha. Her political career began in 1982, she joined the AIADMK founded by her early co star and former CM of Tamilnadu MGR. The first election Jayalalithaa won was in 1989 at Bodinayakkanur.
She had suffered lots of hardship's as well as insults in her life. The most astounding thing about Jayalalithaa is that she has managed to take all those hardship as a lesson. She has always said that she is self made women and has came from a background like none in Indian politics.
A leader and a strong women who is a role model for many. A lady who has no equal. Rest In Peace Amma.