Some of her famous Malaylam movies include Kadalamma (1963), Rebecca (1963), Pazhassi Raja (1964), Shakuntala (1965).However, she was cast only as supporting actress in Tamil films like Sengamala Theevu (1962), Nichaya Thaamboolam (1962), Kalai Arasi(1963), Yarukku Sondham (1963), Kattu Maina (1963) in the period 1962-63.
She started receiving more Tamil films from 1964 onwards.
However, she continued to be very selective as far as her choice of doing Malayalam movies was concerned. It was the Tamil comic classic, `Kaadhalikka Neramillai,’ that catapulted Rajasree to national fame.
Her notable films in Malayalam as the lead heroine include Jail (1966), Kadamattathachan (1966), Anarkali (1966), Udhyogastha (1967), Karutha Rathrikal (1967), Kadal (1968), Dial 2244 (1968), Urangatha Sundary (1969), Sree Guruvayoorappan (1972 film), Sreemurukan, Devi Kanyaakumaari (1974). She quoted in an interview “When I got a call from such a big banner as Chitralaya asking me to be present at the studio the next morning, I couldn’t believe my ears.
Many artistes had been considered for the role, I had heard.
Rajasree, also known as Rajasri or Rajashri, is a noted South Indian film actress from 1956 to 1979.
She is particularly famous for her portrayal as princess in several folklore Telugu movies opposite N. Rama Rao and Tadepalli Lakshmi Kanta Rao and for acting alongside Ravichandran in the Tamil comedy films – Neeyum Nannum, Kadhalikka Neram Illai and Delhi Mappilai.
Notable among Rajasri’s roles in non-folklore social films in Tamil are as Nimmi in Tamil hit comedy film Kaadhalikka Neramillai, remade as Preminchi Choodu in Telugu, as movie star Bhama in Tamil film Bama Vijayam.
She was credited as Gracy in the Malayalam movies she starred in her career since her debut film Bharya (1962) directed by Kunchakko.
Rajasree went on to do 200 films spread across the languages – Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam(as Gracy) and Hindi from beginning of 1956 to 1978.
Rajsree first appeared as a child artiste in the Tamil film Naga Devadhai in 1956.
She worked as child artiste in films like Bhaktha Ambarisha(1959) and Mangalyam(1960) in Telugu, Aasha Sundari(1960) in Kannada, Petraval Kanda Peruvazhvu (1960)and Baktha Sabari(1960) in Tamil.