Synonyms for drohi or Related words with drohi


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Drohi (English: "Traitor") has appeared as the title of several films.
"Drohi" film is made in 1970 directed by K. Bapaiah and starring Kongara Jaggaiah, Vanisree and S. Varalakshmi.
Teja later collaborated with Ram Gopal Varma on "Kshana Kshanam", "Rangeela", "Raat", "Raatri", "Drohi", "Antham", "Gaayam", "Money", "Govinda Govinda", and "Rangeela"
Drohi (English title: "The Traitor") is a 1948 Telugu drama film directed by L. V. Prasad. This was the debut film for Pendyala Nageswara Rao as music director.
He created movie posters for Tamil films like "Drohi", "Oram Po", "Aaranya Kaandam", "Paradesi", "Raja Rani", and "Vaayai Moodi Pesavum". His upcoming films are Kaththi, Azhagukuttichellam, Yatchan.
Drohi (, ) is an 2010 Tamil-language neo-noir crime film written and directed by Sudha Kongara Prasad, starring Srikanth, Vishnu, Poorna, Poonam Bajwa and Pooja Umashanker in lead roles. The film released on 10 September 2010 to positive reviews.
Drohi (English: The Traitor) is a 1992 Bollywood neo-noir crime film written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film stars Nagarjuna Akkineni, Urmila Matondkar, Salim Ghouse, and
G. Varalakshmi, born Garikapati Varalaxmi (13 September 1926 – 26 November 2006), was a veteran Telugu and Tamil actress, stage artist, singer and director. She is well remembered for her arrogant roles in movies like "Drohi" and "Letha Manasulu".
Rao was actively associated with a large number of cultural organisations. He has in his earlier days produced, acted and directed many Telugu films, notable among them being "Mangalasutra", "Niraparadhi" (1951), "Nirdoshi", "Drohi" and "Soudamini".
Jetti Veera Raghavulu (died 7 June 2013), better known as J. V. Raghavulu (), was an eminent Indian music director and playback singer. He started as playback singer and became a music director after the sudden death of Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao. He made his screen debut in "Drohi" (1970), a film by Suresh Productions. He scored music to about 172 films.
The theme of the film "Desh Drohi " consists of politics, prostitution, pimp business, and corruption. At the start of the film a man named Raja (Kamaal Rashid Khan) arrives in Mumbai from Uttar Pradesh searching for a watchman's job, after leaving his father and neighbour, Neha, both behind in his village in Uttar Pradesh.
Antham (English : The End) is a 1992 Telugu neo-noir action-crime film produced and directed by Ram Gopal Varma on Drishya Creations banner. Akkineni Nagarjuna, Urmila Matondkar in the lead roles and the music was composed by R.D. Burman, Mani Sharma and M.M. Keeravani. The film was bilingual, and the Hindi version was titled "Drohi", and was released on 25 October 1992.
She made her acting debut in the 2005 Telugu film "Modati Cinema", following which she appeared in several Telugu films, including "Boss" opposite Nagarjuna and Bhaskar's "Parugu". She debuted in Tamil in 2008 with the Hari-directed masala film "Seval" and subsequently starred in "Thenavattu" and "Kacheri Arambam", both co-starring Jeeva, and "Drohi". Her
Pachaikili Muthucharam is a 2007 Tamil romantic thriller directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon which is strongly based on 2005 British-American thriller film Derailed. The film stars R. Sarathkumar, Jyothika, Andrea Jeremiah and Milind Soman. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Harris Jayaraj. The soundtrack was released on 20 January 2007 to positive reviews. The film was released on 13 February 2007. This is available in Telugu under name Drohi.
During the production of her first directorial venture "Drohi" (2010), Sudha Kongara began writing a sports drama film on boxing. In mid-2013, she approached Madhavan, who was on a sabbatical from Tamil films, to portray the lead role in the film and his presence in the project, helped take the financial viability of the venture to a higher level. The pair had previously collaborated in Madhavan's films under the direction of Mani Ratnam, where Sudha had been an associate director.
She appeared in few movies like "Bade Ghar Ki Beti" in small role. She debuted with movie "Narsimha". She next starred in the fantasy film "Chamatkar", along with Shahrukh Khan. In 1989, Urmila was paired opposite Kamal Haasan in the Malayalam blockbuster "Chanakyan". She went on to frequently collaborate with film director Ram Gopal Verma, who is known for his thrillers. Her first film with him was "Antham" (Telugu film), which was a bilingual film and was titled as "Drohi" in Hindi. She has also made her appearance in Doordarshan serial "Bible Ki Kahaniyan" and "Indradhanush". Since then, she has starred in numerous subsequent RGV pictures, like "Gaayam" (Telugu).
Thapi Dharma Rao Naidu (1887–1973) was a Telugu writer, lyricist and social reformer. He wrote dialogues and lyrics for the films like "Mala Pilla", "Drohi", "Thathaji", "Bhishma", and "Patni". He was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Indian Literature. He had authored many books which were the eye openers for many in the field of social sciences in India, in particular South India. His books "Vidhi Vilasam", "Devalayala paina bootu Bommalu endhuku" and many more have found a place in the annals of Indian literature.
Her first movies are "Barrister Parvatheesam", produced by Raghupathy Prakash, and "Bondam Pelli", produced by H. M. Reddy, when she was 14 years old. These two movies were released together as a two-in-one movie. She moved to Bombay to sing in chorus groups for Naushad in 1942. As her career as a singer was not successful, she returned to Madras in 1946. She married filmmaker and studio-owner K. S. Prakash Rao. Her husband and she acted in and produced a controversial and popular movie, "Drohi". She played an arrogant daughter role in that movie.
During that period Kadaru Nagabhushanam seeing his talents, invited to him to work in his orchestra for "Talli Prema" (1941) film. He went to Madras and joined Rajarajeswari Films and worked as assistant director to Dinakar Rao and S. V. Venkatraman for that film. With the beginning of Second World War he returned home. Later he was invited by Gudavalli Ramabrahmam to work for "Mayalokam" as Harmonist under Gali Penchala Narasimha Rao. K. S. Prakash Rao gave him the independent Music Director change for his film "Drohi", which brought him good fame. He has provided music for about 100 films some of them are memorable hits.
She made her film debut at the age of 20 in the 1964 film "Anustup Chanda" directed by Pijush Bose. Before releasing the film she changed her name to Anjana from Arati. Right from the first film she became popular. Her acting talent was praised not only by the audience but also by the critic. She became one of the major heroines of Uttam Kumar. She and Uttam Kumar gave major hits like Chowringhee, "Kokhono Megh", "Nayika Sambad", "Roudra Chhaya", "Raj Drohi". At a certain time of her career when critics predicted she wouldn’t be successful without Uttam Kumar as hero, she paired with Soumitra Chattopadhyay in "Mahashweta" and it was highly acclaimed.