Synonyms for bhale or Related words with bhale

mogudu              naaku              devudu              thanga              dongalu              nuvve              koduku              manchi              ninne              naanu              mazhai              chesina              rojulu              nachav              samsaram              manasu              kanasu              velai              hrudaya              ulagam              geetham              pudhu              ennai              naanum              neeku              kapuram              murattu              nalla              iddaru              nuvvu              ullam              unakkaga              meendum              thedi              vayasu              kutumbam              thalaivan              gejje              intlo              thaai              varai              neeyum              bangaru              vendum              mazha              ninnu              naane              bullodu              manushulu              kireedam             



Examples of "bhale"
His next Telugu project with Nani named Bhale Bhale Magadivoy has released and declared a super hit with Nani's brilliant acting.
The film was later remade in Telugu as Bhale Dongalu.
In a film career spanning thirty years, she has starred in over sixty films in a variety of roles. Her recent Telugu hits include Srimanthudu, Shankaraabharanm, and Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.
Telugu movie was released in 1987 it was not remake.The film was remade in Telugu as "Bhale Mogudu Bhale Pellam" starring Rajendra Prasad. The movie had a sequel titled Mathond Madhuvena released in 2011.
Nizar Shafi (born 7 January 1987) is an Indian cinematographer who works mainly in the Tamil film industry and Telugu cinema. He was critically acclaimed for his work in Sutta Kadhai, Naaigal Jaakirathai and Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy () is a 2015 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Maruthi Dasari. Jointly produced by Bunny Vasu, V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy, and Pramod Uppalapati under their production companies GA2 Pictures and UV Creations, "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" features Nani and Lavanya Tripathi in the lead roles, and Murli Sharma, Ajay, Naresh, Sithara, and Vennela Kishore in supporting roles. The film revolves around Lucky, an absent-minded plant scientist and his efforts to hide his inherent memory-related flaws from Nandana, a benevolent kuchipudi dancer with whom he is in a relationship.
She sang some songs in the films including "Cheyi Cheyi Kalupukora" in Raksharekha and "Bhale Doralaku" in "Shavukaru".
"Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha" grossed ₹3 crore on opening day at AP/Telangana box office becoming Nani's biggest opener in India, beating the records of his last film Bhale Bhale Magadivoy. The film grossed ₹6 crore in its opening weekend.
Bhale Mogudu Bhale Pellam (English: "What a Husband! What a Wife!") is a 2011 Telugu, comedy film, produced by Jonnada Ramana Murthy on Usha Charan Creations banner and directed by Dinesh Babu. Starring Rajendra Prasad, Suhasini, Kaveri Jha in the lead roles and music composed by E. S. Murthy. The film is remake of Kannada film "Eradane Maduve" (2011).
Ek Se Bhale Do is a 1985 Indian Bollywood film directed by Rajendra Singh Babu. It stars Kumar Gaurav and Rati Agnihotri in pivotal roles. The title ""Ek Se Bhale Do"" is a Hindi phrase that translates to "two is better than one".
Alongside directing, Swamy also wrote the screenplay to films such as "Swarna Gowri" (1962), "Katari Veera" (1966) and "Bhale Raja" (1969), also producing the latter. He would go on to direct other films such as "Sipayi Ramu" (1972), "Bhale Huchcha" (1972), "Mooruvare Vajragalu" (1973), "Devara Kannu" (1975), "Pavana Ganga" (1977) and "Apoorva Sangama" (1984). The 1991 film "Bangaradantha Maga" marked his last as director.
"Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" was released on 4 September 2015 in 700 screens across the globe, competing with "Dynamite" and "Jayasurya", the Telugu dubbed version of "Paayum Puli". CineGalaxy Inc. acquired the film's overseas theatrical distribution rights. The film was released in 115 screens across the United States.
"Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" is being remade into Kannada as "Sundaranga Jaana" by Ramesh Arvind; Ganesh and Shanvi Srivastava reprise the roles of Nani and Tripathi from the original. It is jointly produced by Allu Aravind and Rockline Venkatesh. A Tamil remake with G. V. Prakash Kumar as the protagonist was announced in October 2015.
2015 could be marked as a watershed year for the actor as he achieved global success with major roles in Gopala Gopala, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy and Dharam Sankat Mein. He also played crucial roles in Badlapur and ABCD 2 furthering his fan and support base.
Earlier, the triple role played by Nagesh in "Panakkara Kudumbam" was reprised by reprised by Mehmood in Hindi version ("Humjoli") and by Dwarakish in Kannada version ("Bhale Huduga").
He directed a few Telugu and Kannada films including "Chuttarikalu" (1968), "Bhale Abbayilu" (1969), "Kula Gouravam" (1972) starring N. T. Rama Rao and Rajkumar.
Earlier, the triple role played by Nagesh in "Panakkara Kudumbam" was reprised by reprised by Mehmood in Hindi version ("Humjoli") and by Dwarakish in Kannada version ("Bhale Huduga").
Earlier, the triple role played by Nagesh in "Panakkara Kudumbam" was reprised by Mehmood in Hindi version ("Humjoli") and by Dwarakish in Kannada version ("Bhale Huduga").
The film, had musical score by Deva and was released on 3 December 1993. It was remade as "Bhale Pellam" in Telugu.
Bhale Huchcha () is a 1972 Indian Kannada film directed by Y. R. Swamy and produced by Gopal Lakshman. It stars Rajkumar and Aarathi in lead roles.