Synonyms for cheppu or Related words with cheppu
Examples of "cheppu"
Debba is a 1979 Telugu film starring Chiranjeevi, Madhavi as the lead roles.
collector , subhadram,
,onnanamkunnil oradikunnil,aram+aram=kinnaram,ayiramkannukal, ithramathram ,veendum liza
Cheppad was known as "Cheppukadu" in ancient times; "
" indicates a small container and "kadu" indicates a small forest.
() is a 1987 Malayalam language film made in India, directed by Priyadarshan and starring Mohanlal. The film is based on the 1982 Canadian film "Class of 1984".
Songs by Yesudas with Devarajan master's music that became hits are : Ashtamudikkayalile – Manavatty (1964), Manikya Veena – Kattupookkal (1965), Kattadichu – Thulabharam (1968), Thangabhasma – Koottukudumbam (1969), Aayiram Padasarangal – Nadi (1969), Sangamam Sangamam – Triveni (1970), Omalale Kandu – Sindhoora
(1971), Chandralekha Kinnari;- C.I.D. Nazir (1971), Manushyan Mathangale Srishtichu – Achanum Bappayum (1972), Sankalppa Vrundaavanathil;- Taxi Car (1972), Indravallarippoo Choodivarum – Gandharava Kshetram (1972), Padmatheerthame Unaroo – Gayathri (1973). He sang most of his Malayalam songs in the music of Devarajan master - around 600, which is a record.
Sukumari married director A. Bhimsingh in 1959. He died in 1978. She was 38 when her husband died. The couple had a son, Suresh, who has acted in films like "Amme Narayana", "Yuvajanotsavam", and "
", and is a professional doctor. Suresh got married to Uma, a costume designer. Suresh and Uma have a son named Vignesh. Malayalam actors Ambika Sukumaran, Vineeth, Shobana and Krishna are her relatives.
Traditional makers of Bambaram were in Ambasamudram taluk, One person who was interested in making these toys was a famous carpenter called "Raja Gopal Achary. S", in his wood carving workshop called "Muthu
Pattarai" in "kalakkad" in Tirunelveli district which he started in 1961, named after his first son, Which now is continued by his fourth son "Paramasivan Achary. R" along with his son named "muthubalakrishnan" who are now residing in ancestral place Singampathu, kalakkad, also they have started a new workshop in prime area of kalakad near bustand called "classic wood works".
Priyan continued his fine form for slapstick comedy with the successful "Odaruthammava Aalariyam" and he later made "Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil" and the Mammootty-Shankar family thriller "Parayanumvayya Parayathirikkanumvayya". Then he made "Punnaram Cholli Cholli", his first film without Mohanlal. His successful stinct continued with "Boeing Boeing" and "Aram + Aram = Kinnaram", both doing wonderful business. He was later criticised for making "Rakkuyilin Ragasadassil", a film which was supposed to be made with Shankar and Menaka and many said the lead pair Mammootty & Suhasini was miscast and in spite of hit songs, the film flopped. But "Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu", "Ayalvasi Oru Daridravasi" and "Dheem Tharikida Thom" became hits underlining his consistency. Priyan was accepted as a serious director with the highly successful tragic family drama "Thalavattam". His Tamil entry was unlucky as the film "Chinnamanikkuyile" remained unreleased, nevertheless his "
" was a success.
Ganesh Kumar's early films saw him frequently donning the role of villain or anti-social. In
(1987) he played the rowdy college student to perfection, experimenting with brown sugar, leading an ruly pack, and taunting the noble professor (played by Mohanlal). Eventually the hero beats the daylights out of him, and after some ugly display of blood and tears, the movie comes to a predictable end. In Rakuyilin Ragasadassil, Ganesh Kumar played a wayward guitarist who turns over a new leaf after settling down with a nice girl. This is in stark contrast to the story of the lead pair (his brother and musical genius, played by Mammooty, and the talented danseuse, played by Suhasini) who part ways soon after the birth of their son, only to reunite in a tearful climax. Other films of the eighties where Ganesh made minor appearances include Sukhamodevi (1986), Sarvakalasala (1987), Bhoomiyile Rajakkanmaar (1987), Mukthi (1988), and Devadas (1989).
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