Synonyms for bhail or Related words with bhail
Examples of "bhail"
Deewana (Hindi: देवरा भईल दिवाना) is a 2014 Indian, bhojpuri language film produced and directed by Rajkumar R. Pandey. The film stars Pradeep Pandey "Chintu", Manoj Tiwari, Pakhi Hegde and Monalisha.
The Pakistani fast foods includes :Haleem, Biryani, Bun kebab, Afghani burger, Chicken corn soup, Fried fish, Chana masala, Dahi Bhalla, Aloo tikki, chaat & Samosa Chaat, Chappal kebab, Shami kebab, Seekh Kebab, Malai Tikka Kebab (Meat and Yogurt), Reshami Kebab, Papar, Katchauri, Pakoras—either Neem pakoras or Besan (chickpea) pakoras, Gol Gappay, Samosas—vegetable or beef, and
Pakistani snacks comprise food items in Pakistan that are quick to prepare, spicy, usually fried, and eaten in the evening or morning with tea or with any one of the meals as a side dish. A given snack may be part of a local culture, and its preparation and popularity can vary from place to place. These snacks are often prepared and sold by hawkers on footpaths, railway stations and other such places, although they may also be served at restaurants. Some typical snacks are Dahi Bhala, Aloo tikki, chaat & Samosa Chaat, Bun kebab, Chana Masala, Chapli kebab, Shami kebab, Seekh Kebab, Malai Tikka Kebab (Meat and Yogurt), Reshami Kebab, Pakora, and Papar. Others include Katchauri, pakoras—either neem pakoras or besan (chickpea) Pakoras, Gol Gappay, Samosas—vegetable or beef,
Puri, Daal Seu, Panipuri, and egg rolls. Nuts, such as pistachios and pine nuts, are also often eaten at home.
Bhojpuri cinema refers to films produced in the Bhojpuri language in the eastern Uttar Pradesh, western Bihar and Madhesh in southern Nepal.The first Bhojpuri talkie film, "Ganga Maiyya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo", was released in 1963 by Vishwanath Shahabadi. The 80's saw the release of many notable as well as run-of-the-mill Bhojpuri films like "Bitia
Sayan", "Chandwa ke take Chakor", "Hamar Bhauji", "Ganga Kinare Mora Gaon" and "Sampoorna Tirth Yatra". Bhojpuri cinema has grown in recent years. Bhojpuri movies are seen across various parts of Europe and Asia where second and third generation migrants still speak the language; as well as in Suriname, which has a large Bhojpuri-speaking population.
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