Synonyms for baava or Related words with baava

marikkumo              njaan              koduku              paravaigal              neeku              sandhyakku              yamagola              chesina              premalekha              vendum              illada              kavalai              ninne              cheppu              sahasam              kaattu              maathu              gowravam              andamaina              samsaram              sookshikkuka              pillalu              naanu              rendum              mounam              vandha              vayasu              tammudu              yaare              puthri              vanadevatha              iniyum              pambaram              veettile              ullasa              theerpu              meendum              kannukal              krishnudu              mandhira              konjum              geetham              vachina              magalu              ithu              varusham              kondu              achanum              sollu              adheham             



Examples of "baava"
Baava Baamaida is a 2001 Indian Kannada language romantic comedy film starring Shivarajkumar and Rambha in the lead roles. The film is directed by Kishore Sarja and based on the Tamil language film "Pandithurai" (1992) directed by Manoj Kumar.
Bhalobasar Rong also () is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language film. Directed by Shahin Shomon. Stars Mahiya Mahi, Bappy Chowdhury, Amit Hasan (villain), Razzak and many more. The movie is a remake of 2010 Telugu film "Baava" starring Siddharth, Rajendraprasad, Pranitha.
Manoj Manchu was first insisting on Nithya Menen being signed as the female lead. Pranitha of "Baava" fame was reported to play another lead female character. The producer roped in Kriti Kharbanda, who shot into fame after the release of "Theenmaar". According to sources, the producers dropped her on the third day of the shoot, since she "threw starry tantrums".
Baava is a 2010 Telugu film, the debut film of director Ram Babu and starring Siddharth Narayan and Pranitha. The music was composed by Chakri. It is a romantic comedy with village backdrop. The film was a major success at the box office. The movie was remade in 2012 in Bangladeshi Bengali as "Bhalobasar Rong" produced by Jaaz Multimedia.
The film was distributed by Sri Venkateswara Creations all over Andhra Pradesh. In early April 2010, The film's USA screening rights were sold to BlueSky Cinemas, Inc. along with "Rama Rama Krishna Krishna" which was also produced by Dil Raju. In Mid April 2010, EuroAndhra released a press note confirming that they acquired the screening rights of the film along with "Rama Rama Krishna Krishna" and Siddharth starrer "Baava" in UK/EU and they thanked BlueSky Cinemas, Inc. for giving them the opportunity.
Bava Bavamaridi is a 1993 Telugu drama film, produced by Akula Mohan also known as Editor Mohan, and C. M. Krishna on M. M. Movie Arts banner and directed by Sarath. Starring Krishnam Raju, Suman, Jayasudha and Malashri in the lead roles and music composed by Raj-Koti. The film is remake of Tamil Movie "Pandithurai" (1992), it remade in Hindi as "Bandhan" (1998) and in Kannada as "Baava Baamaida" (2001). The film recorded as "Blockbuster" at the box office.
Pandithurai is a 1992 Tamil language drama film directed by Manoj Kumar. The film features Prabhu and Kushboo in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 15 January 1992. The film was remade in Telugu as "Bava Bavamaridi" (1993) with Suman, Hindi as "Bandhan" (1998) with Salman Khan and in Kannada as "Baava Baamaida" (2001) with Shivrajkumar. The film completed a 100-day run.
Pranitha Subhash is an Indian film actress, model who predominantly appears in Kannada, Telugu and Tamil films. She was raised in Bangalore and pursued a career in modelling before plunging into films. She debuted as an actor in the 2010 Kannada film, "Porki", a remake of Telugu film "Pokiri", and in the same year starred in the Telugu film, "Em Pillo Em Pillado". Her Tamil debut was with the film "Udhayan" (2011). She went on to appear in several commercially successful Telugu films like "Baava" (2010) and "Attarintiki Daredi" (2013).
Pranitha Subhash made her debut in films with the 2010 Kannada film "Porki", a remake of the Telugu blockbuster film "Pokiri", opposite Darshan. After the success of "Porki", she refused several offers from Kannada films and became choosy about her projects before signing the Telugu film "Baava", a love story where she starred opposite Siddharth. She was praised unanimously for her portrayal of a Telugu village belle in the film. She then went on to appear in her first Tamil film, "Udhayan" starring Arulnithi.
He created many popular songs for films starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao. Through the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Chalapathi Rao & Nageswara Rao gave innumerable hits. Notable among them are "Illarikam" (1959), "Punarjanma" (1963), "Manushulu Mamatalu" (1965), "Navaratri" (1966), "Dharma Daata" (1970) and "Shrimantudu" (1971); together with some real chartbusters in 1972 which include "Datta Putrudu", "Manchi Rojulu Vachhayi" and "Raitu Kutumbam". To the end the pair continued to create music for films including "Kanna Koduku" (1973), "Palletoori Baava" (1973), "Aalu Magalu" (1977) and "Shri Rama Raksha" (1978).
While growing up, Navio listened to a lot of music including his elder brother's huge collection of rap music from artists such as Run–D.M.C., MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice, and the Beastie boys and would try to mimic them. When he was about 10 years old, his mother heard him rapping in the living room, and came over and asked whether it was Vanilla Ice rapping. She was so excited that she took him to Baava studio, owned by Hope Mukasa, to record a song.
The album was well received with positive reviews from critics. A. S. Sashidhar, writing for "The Times of India", gave a rating of 3 out of 5 and wrote, "[...] the album is filled with an interesting mix of songs, which will complement the story and Yuvan doesn't disappoint." "IndiaGlitz" stated "The film has got eclectic situations for distinct songs. And the album doesn't belie our expectations. From jamboree songs to romantic numbers to profound ones, this album lives up to the image that Krishna Vamsi's albums have carved out for themselves. Yuvan belches out two refreshing numbers by changing his style a bit" and rated the album 3 out of 5. "Milliblog" wrote that the soundtrack had "Good stuff by Yuvan, overall, on his Telugu comeback". Avad M. of "123telugu" gave a review stating "On the whole with Govindudu Andarivadele, Yuvan Shankar Raja breaks away from the commercial format and gives quite a feel good music album. Gulabi Kallu, Baava Gari Choope and Pratichota Nake Swagatam are our picks and will be liked by everyone. Finally, GAV’s music will surely grow on you once you watch Krishna Vamsi’s beautiful visuals on screen." "way2movies.com" stated "Govindudu Andari Vadele is a feel Good melody from Yuvan Shankar Raja". It rated the songs "Neeli Rangu Cheeralona", "Gulabi Kallu Rendu Mullu" and "Bavagari Choope" 3.5 out of 5 each; it rated "Prathi Chota Nake Swagatham" 3.25 out of 5 and rated "Ra Rakumara" and "Kokkokkodi" 3 out of 5 each.
Siddharth then went twenty months without a film release, taking a sabbatical and then working extensively on the making of his second Hindi film. He had two Telugu films which released in 2009, with the family drama "Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam" opposite Tamannaah receiving good responses from critics and audiences. Anand Ranga's "Oye!", saw Siddharth appear in another role as a romantic hero and paired opposite actress Shamili, while he also oversaw duty as the film's soundtrack album producer working with Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film opened to mixed reviews and had an average run at the box office, with a critic noting "Siddharth has given a brilliant performance as a lover boy, but his acting is not up to the mark in some emotional scenes". His second Hindi film, "Striker" (2010), was a period drama set in the 1990s portraying the life of a carrom player. Siddharth became extensively involved with the making of the film and in order to adapt into the role, he took training in the sport for two months and relocated to the Malwani district in Mumbai. Prior to release, Siddharth noted that his career as an actor in Hindi films would depend on how well the film is received and contemplated relocating his base to Mumbai. "Striker" became the first Indian film to be released in theatres and on YouTube on the same day, though failed to do well at the box office. However, Siddharth won positive reviews for his performance with a critic from Rediff.com noting that "this is a Siddharth vehicle from start to finish" and that "to his credit, he channelises his spontaneous presence to slip nimbly under the skin of a carrom genius, shifting his body language from a concentrating player to a smooth-talking, snarky lad entangled in a web of crime with restraint and conviction." His other release that year was the Telugu film "Baava", a romantic family entertainer, which he accepted because it would show him in the different light of a village-based character. The film opened to negative reviews, with an industry pundit noting the film was "another misplaced attempt for a break" for the actor.