Synonyms for cheppindi or Related words with cheppindi

monagadu              kanninum              thirivu              sookshikkuka              veettile              nyayavidhi              virunnukari              swargathil              cheppu              raavukal              iniyum              nimishangal              illada              minimol              achanum              paravaigal              orikkal              puthri              theerpu              agnivyooham              sphodanam              pareeksha              thirakal              chillarakottu              udamakal              kodalu              chirikkudukka              aatmiyulu              bandhangal              kaattile              marikkumo              sambhavam              ellarum              thumbolarcha              snehamulla              mallanum              nirangal              thavaru              snehicha              poocha              pambaram              pillalu              painkili              sandamarutham              marumagal              malootty              muhurtham              veliye              thaaraavu              manivathoorile             

Examples of "cheppindi"
Amma Cheppindi songs were composed by M. M. Keeravani.
It was a remake of Malayalam film "Adimakal" directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan which itself was adapted from a novel (mentioned in title credits). The film was also earlier remade in Telugu as "Chilakamma Cheppindi" (1977), directed by Eranki Sharma, with Rajinikanth in the lead role.
For "Amma Cheppindi", the short story "Flowers for Algernon" that Gunnam read a long time ago, provided him with the necessary ideas. However, he said that the film's final screenplay is not similar to that story. The script for the film was written six years before filmmaking, even before his last two production ventures were conceptualized. Despite this, the script remained the same.
Gangaraju Gunnam is an Indian film producer, director and writer known for his works in Telugu cinema and Television. He received two National Film Awards for producing path breaking films like "Aithe", and "Bommalata". He has also produced and directed, blockbusters like "Anukokunda Oka Roju" and "Amma Cheppindi" respectively, and has garnered three state Nandi Awards. He has also created the popular sitcom Amrutham. He owns the film production company "Just Yellow".
Chilakamma Cheppindi (Telugu: చిలకమ్మ చెప్పింది) is a 1977 Telugu drama film written and directed by Eranki Sharma. The film won the state Nandi Award for Best Feature Film. The film was a remake of Malayalam film "Adimakal". The film starred Rajinikanth in his first lead role. The film was later remade into Tamil as "Nizhal Nijamagiradhu" by K. Balachander with kamal Hassan in the lead role. The film was premiered at the 1978 International Film Festival of India.
He rose to stardom with "Vennela" and "Amma Cheppindi". Films like "Gamyam", "Andari Banduvaya" and "Prasthanam" won him accolades. He then forayed into Kollywood with "Kadhalna Summa Illai", a remake of "Gamyam" but it did not perform well at box office. His second Tamil film was "Naalai Namadhe" directed by Vinayan. His third film was "Engeyum Eppodhum". In 2012,under his banner Sarvaa Arts, he became a Producer with his film, Ko Ante Koti.
Amma Cheppindi (English: "Mother Said So") is a 2006 Tollywood drama film written, screenplay, dialogues and direction by Gangaraju Gunnam. Sharwanand, Shriya Reddy and Suhasini play important roles. Nagendra Babu, Pawan Malhotra, Tanikella Bharani, Suman and L. B. Sriram played the supporting cast. While M. M. Keeravani provided the background score for the film, cinematography was by Gunnam's son, Sandeep and editing by Mohan Rama Rao.
Adimakal is a 1969 Indian Malayalam film, directed by KS Sethumadhavan and produced by MO Joseph. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sathyan, Sheela and Sharada in lead roles. The film had musical score and songs composed by G. Devarajan. It won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam and Filmfare Award for Best Malayalam Film. The film is based on a novel by Pamman. The film was remade in Telugu as "Chilakamma Cheppindi" (1977) with Rajinikanth and in Tamil as "Nizhal Nijamagiradhu" with Kamal Haasan.
The book includes details about Rajinikanth's early life, struggle, films, personal life and stardom. At the beginning of his career, Rajinikanth mostly played supporting and negative roles. Half of the fees he charges for every film is spent in charity. Several anecdotes are included. Plot details and analysis of several of his films are also included. Rajinikanth acted in the 1977 Telugu film "Chilakamma Cheppindi" alongside Sripriya. He wished to act with the Kannada actor Rajkumar but could not do so. His 50th film was "Tiger". He had said that he would write an autobiography only if he became courageous enough like Mahatma Gandhi whose biography "The Story of My Experiments with Truth" revealed many unknown facts about him.
He made his cinematic debut with K. Balachander's 1975 Tamil drama "Apoorva Raagangal", in which he played a minor role of an abusive husband. He had his first major role in Balachander's Telugu drama film "Anthuleni Katha" (1976), and got his breakthrough in Tamil with "Moondru Mudichu" (1976)—also directed by Balachander. His style and mannerisms in the latter earned recognition from the audience. In 1977, he acted in 15 films, playing negative characters in most of them, including "Avargal", "16 Vayathinile", "Aadu Puli Attam" and "Gaayathri". He had positive roles in "Kavikkuyil", the Kannada film "Sahodarara Savaal", and the Telugu film "Chilakamma Cheppindi", in which he played the protagonist for the first time in his career. His role as a failed lover in S. P. Muthuraman's "Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri" (1977) won him critical acclaim. In 1978, he was cast as the main lead in the Tamil film "Bairavi". The same year, he received critical acclaim for his roles in "Mullum Malarum" and "Aval Appadithan"; the former earned him a Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for Best Actor. He made his Malayalam cinema debut with I. V. Sasi's fantasy drama "Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum" (1979), an adaptation of a story from "One Thousand and One Nights". By the end of the decade, he had worked in all South Indian languages and established a career in Tamil cinema.
His final release of 1976, "Baalu Jenu", yet again saw him performing a role which troubles the female lead. He followed that with similar roles in "Avargal", and "16 Vayadhinile". In 1977, he accepted his first-ever lead role in the Telugu film "Chilakamma Cheppindi". Though Rajinikanth always refers to K. Balachander as his mentor, it was S. P. Muthuraman who revamped his image. Muthuraman first experimented with him in a positive role in "Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri" (1977), as a failed lover in the first half of the film and a protagonist in the second half. The success of the film brought the duo together for 24 more films till the 1990s. The year saw Rajinikanth playing supporting roles in majority of the films with few of them being "villainous". In "Gayathri," he was cast as pornographer who secretly films his relationship with his wife without her knowledge, while in "Galate Samsara," he played the role of a married man who develops an affair with a cabaret dancer. All in all, he had 15 of his films released during the year, much higher than the previous years.
When Jayachitra was in her early teens, she screen-tested for a Telugu film titled "Beedala Paatlu," but the director felt she was too young and rejected her for the role. However, he did recommend her to K.S. Gopalakrishnan, who was looking for a young, spirited heroine, for the Tamil film "Korathi Magan," (1973). He immediately cast her, because he loved the way she delivered her lines. He signed her for three films under his banner and gave her the name Jayachitra. She continued in heroine roles in "Ponnukku Thanga Manasu" (1973) and played Sivaji's daughter in "Bharata Vilas" and was one of the 9 heroines in MGR's "Navaratnam." She worked for big-name directors, such as K. Balachander in "Sollathaan Ninaikiren" and Arangetram. She was Kamal Hassan's heroine in the Tamil film Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu (1978) and its Telugu remake Vayasu Pilichindi (1978). As an actress, she was known for her courage and spontaneity as she continued to star in Tamil and Telugu films. She faced a snake up close in "Vellikizhamai Viratham" (1974), and then a tiger in the Telugu film "Cheppindi Chesta" (1978). She made other unforgettable films: "Ponnukku Thanga Manasu", "Sathyam", "Kalyanamam Kalyanam", "Vandikaran Magan", Cinema Paithiyam (remake of the Hindi hit film Guddi (1971)). Most of her Tamil films are with Kamal Hassan. She memorably played the title role in the Telugu film "Kalpana" (1977), a remake of the Hindi hit film "Anamika" (1973).