Google is celebrating PK Rosie's birthday anniversary today with a special doodle.
PK Rossi opened the way for women in Malayalam cinema.
PK Roy was born on 10 February 1903 in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, in a humble family.
PK Rosy had an interest in acting and was very enthusiastic about the arts, especially the performing arts.
PK Rosy was from a very poor family and used to work as a grass cutter before acting in the movie 'Vigathakumaran'.
Her passion for acting led him to the film 'Vigathakumaran' directed by JC Daniel.
PK Rosy played the character of Nair woman Sarojini in this film.
FDFS premiered at the Capital Theater Trivandrum at that time.
It was surprising at the time that a woman acted in a film.
The audience at that time was upset that PK Rosie, a girl from a humble family, was playing the role of a Nair woman.
At that time the thinking of the people was such that PK Rosie's family had to face a boycott by society.
He was forced to move to Tamil Nadu by truck after people burned his hut and beat up his parents.
PK Rosie paved the way for all the women who came after her. Thereby opening the doors of Malayalam cinema for women, remains an inspiration.