Synonyms for andamaina or Related words with andamaina


Examples of "andamaina"
Gupta made her acting debut in the Telugu film Andamaina Manasulo.
Andamaina Anubhavam is a 1979 Telugu film is directed by K. Balachander. It is a remake of "Ninaithale Inikkum" which also starred the same cast.
Patnaik had entered the film industry with a desire to become a film director, and began first as a music director. It was after cinematographer-turned-director Teja gave him a break, that Patnaik made his directorial debut with the 2008 film "Andamaina Manasulo". As of March 2016, he finished his fifth Telugu language film "Tulasi Dalam".
Aacharya Aatreya (born Kilambi Venkata Narasimhacharyulu ) (7 May 1921 – 13 September 1989) was an Indian poet, scenarist, playwright, lyricist, and screenwriter known for his works in Telugu cinema, and Telugu theatre. He received the state Nandi Award for Best Lyricist in 1981 for "Andamaina Lokamani" from the film "Tholikoodi Koochindi".
Ninaithale Inikkum (English: "Sweet Memories") is a 1979 Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Kamal Hassan, Rajinikanth, Jayaprada, Geetha and Nakul. The story was written by Sujatha Rangarajan. The film was also simultaneously shot in Telugu as "Andamaina Anubhavam". A large part of the film was shot in Singapore.
Lovely is a 2001 Tamil film directed by S. K. Jeeva (credited as Sakthi) who previously directed "Pudhumai Pithan". The film stars Karthik and Malavika in the lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Deva. The film was remade in Telugu as "Andamaina Abaddham" with Raja and Kamna.
Circus is a 2009 Kannada film directed and produced by Dayal Padmanabhan who previously acted with Ganesh in Gaalipata. Music was composed by Emil. The film stars Ganesh and Archana Gupta in the lead roles, Archana Gupta who had earlier done leading role in Telugu film Andamaina Manasulo. The film released statewide on 15 January 2009.
Subsequently, she was asked to sing several songs for composer Devi Sri Prasad, including the chartbuster "Akalesthe Annam Pedtha" for the Chiranjeevi-starrer "Shankardada Zindabad" (later dubbed as "Daddy Mummy" in the Tamil film "Villu"), "36-24-36" for the film "Jagadam", "Mia" for "Tulasi", and "Ghanana (Funny)" and the title song for the film "King". Other music directors she has worked with include M. M. Keeravani (for her own films "Yamadonga" and "Krishnarjuna", also "Chandamama"), R. P. Patnaik (for "Andamaina Mansulo"), Chakri (for "Victory"), Nithin Raikwar (for her own film "Homam") and Thaman (for "Jayeebhava").
Following upon his work as a music composer and music director, Patnaik began directing films, and has directed 6 feature films till date. In 2008, he directed his first film, "Andamaina Manasulo", a musical love story of a 13-year-old girl falling in love with a 21-year boy and with a message on how should be an ideal orphanage. His second released film in December 2010 was "Broker", about political brokers, the film was shortlisted for final race in the National Awards. Both these released films had him receive two Nandi awards for Best Story Writer for the years 2008 and 2010.
She played her first leading role, as a bold dance teacher, in the 2006 film "Aanachandam"; it was a highly unsuccessful venture, which went unnoticed soon after its release. Regarding to her performance in the film, a critic from "Rediff" noted that she was "refreshing in bits", while another reviewer cited that she was "refreshing enough for a village based flick". Her subsequent projects, "Changathipoocha" (2007) and "Panthaya Kozhi" (2007) released to mixed reviews and offered hardly any scope for her, failing to propel her career. The next release, "Chocolate" (2007), which featured Remya as one of three leading females, gained her considerable attention, after the film went on to become a high commercial success. In 2008, she accepted her first non-Malayalam project, "Andamaina Mansulo" in Telugu, which was followed by her first Tamil film, the romantic drama "Raman Thediya Seethai". "Anthiponvettam" was her only Malayalam film of 2008, which opened to largely negative reviews, while Remya received positive feedbacks on her performance, with a critic from "IndiaGlitz" describing her as "a saving grace in the entire movie". In the following two years, she appeared in just three films. She played the female lead in "Saarai Veerraju" (2009; Telugu) and "Aattanayagann" (2010; Tamil) and played a minor supporting role in "Nammal Thammil" (2009; Malayalam) —all of which proved critically and commercially unsuccessful, although her performance in the former was lauded. "IndiaGlitz" claimed that she was the "best performer" in the film, further adding that she had "raised to the occasion and carried the deglamorised role perfectly".