Synonyms for eradu or Related words with eradu

kanasu              kaattu              haalu              kodalu              maduve              thedi              kutumbam              iddaru              makkalu              paravaigal              nooru              bangarada              anandha              kapuram              hennu              thaai              geetham              kondu              iniyum              puthu              paattu              theerpu              mangalya              maathu              hrudaya              ninne              naanu              vendum              kanike              nattu              hoovu              kudumba              kattu              sivappu              devaru              paadum              neenu              mitrulu              thayi              muthal              gejje              varavu              ponnu              adimakal              neeku              neeye              ninnu              raasa              njan              poocha             



Examples of "eradu"
"Bhaktha Prahlada", "Eradu Nakshatragalu", "Samayadha Gombe", "Shravana Banthu", "Yaarivanu", "Apoorva Sangama", "Jwalamukhi", "Dhruvathara", "Bhagyadha Lakshmi Baramma",
Eradu Kanasu (English: Two Dreams) is a Kannada film directed by Madan, it stars Vijay Raghavendra and Karunya Ram.
Naa Ninna Mareyalaare, Gandhada Gudi, Eradu Kanasu—these huge musical hits of the Kannada screen featured the music of Rajan–Nagendra. Their team was exceptionally good at composing cheerful love duets, although they did come up with a couple of sombre numbers like Baadi hoda balliyinda(P B Srinivas, Eradu Kanasu)
Rajan–Nagendra made delightful songs in the Rajkumar-Lakshmi starrer Naa Ninna Mareyalaare and Eradu Kanasu, which starred Rajkumar, Manjula and Kalpana.
Eradu is a small town in Western Australia located in the Mid West region of Western Australia east of Geraldton on the Geraldton-Mount Magnet road.
In the 70s came super hits in a row like Nyayave Devaru, Gandhada Gudi, Devara Gudi, Bhagyavantaru, Eradu Kanasu, Naa Ninna Mareyalaare, Naa Ninna Bidalaare, Hombisilu, Bayalu Daari, Paavana Ganga, Giri Kanye and the list goes on.
Eastman Color was introduced to Kannada Cinema through Kannada Cinema's first full length color film Amarashilpi Jakanachari in year 1964. In the 1970s, films such like Bangarada Manushya, Eradu Kanasu, Shree Krishna Devaraaya, Sampathige Savaal etc. was shot in "Eastmancolour".
Pooja is a Telugu movie of AVM Productions released in 1975. It was a musical hit, especially for the superhit song "Ennenno Janmala Bandham". The movie is a remake of the original Kannada movie Eradu Kanasu (1974), starring Dr. Rajkumar and music by the same music director duo Rajan - Nagendra.
Eradu Rekhegalu is a 1984 Indian Kannada language drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film stars Srinath, Geetha and Saritha in the lead roles. Produced by Chandulal Jain, the film is a remake of 1969 Tamil hit "Iru Kodugal" starring Gemini Ganesan, Sowcar Janaki and Jayanthi. The music is composed by M. S. Viswanathan.
Toss (formerly "Ondu Roopayalli Eradu Preethi") is an upcoming Indian Kannada-language film starring actor Sandeep and Ramya Barna in the lead and directed by noted film maker Dayal Padmanabha. This film, under the banner of D Pictures and Om productions was launched by Puneet Rajkumar on 27 January 2012.
Eradu Mukha (Kannada: ಎರಡು ಮುಖ) is a 1969 Indian Kannada film, directed by M. R. Vittal and produced by B V Srinivas, K S Prasad and A S Bhakthavathsalam. The film stars Jayanthi, Rajesh, K. S. Ashwath and Sampath in lead roles. The film had musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar.
The film was released on 2 October 1969 with the length of 4682 metres with runtime of 176 minutes and was certified "U" by Central Board of Film Certification. The film was a commercial success. It was remade later by Balachander in Kannada as "Eradu Rekhegalu" and by other directors in Telugu ("Collector Janaki"), in Hindi ("Sanjog") and in Malayalam ("Mohavum Mukthiyum").
Eradu Kanasu is a 1974 Indian Kannada romantic drama film directed by the duo Dorai and S. K. Bhagavan, and is based on the novel of the same name by Vani. The film stars Rajkumar, Kalpana and Manjula in lead roles.
Even though her later movies with Rajkumar ("Daari Tappida Maga" and "Eradu Kanasu"), and Ananth Nag ("Bayaludaari") were hits, they failed to do her any good. By 1977 she had no movies in hand. She then started focusing on drama companies in uttara Karnataka and mainly worked in Gudigeri Basavaraj's drama company. With mounting debts and declining film offers, she went into deep depression.
Onde Roopa Eradu Guna (Kannada: ಒಂದೇ ರೂಪ ಎರಡು ಗುಣ) is a 1975 Indian Kannada film, directed by A. M. Sameevulla and produced by A. M. Sameevulla. The film stars Vishnuvardhan, Balakrishna, Narasimharaju and Chandrashekar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Salil Chowdhury.
He is considered the most versatile writer who has penned lyrics for slow emotional songs such as 'Mungaru Maleye', 'Doora Swalpa Doora', 'Nadheem Dheem Thana', 'Hookanasa Jokali', 'Chendutiya Pakkadali', 'Eradu Jadeyannu', 'Naa Naguva Modalene', 'Hesaru Poorthi Helade'. He has also penned fast songs like 'Hale Paathre', 'Kathlalli Karadi', 'Khali Quarter Bottle', 'Shiva Antha Hoguthidde', 'Pancharangi'.
Her notable Kannada movies are with Rajkumar, Vishnuvardhan and Ambarish. Some of her notable movies are "Dhruva Thare", "Devatha Manushya","Anuraga Aralithu", "Shruthi Seridaaga", and "Aakasmika" with Rajkumar. Other films are "Eradu Rekhegalu", "Mareyada Manikya, Mrugaalaya, Veeradhi Veera, Mithileya Seethayaru, Nenapina Doni, Bairavi, Shiva Mecchida Kannappa, Giri Baale, Ramanna Shamanna, Goonda Guru, Nigooda Rahasya, Ramapurada Ravana, Prachanda Kulla, Hrudaya Pallavi, Daada, Aaradhane, Shabarimale Swamy Ayyappa" and Aruna Raaga.
He has the distinction of having directed Rajkumar and all his 3 sons - the first director to do so. He directed Rajkumar in 7 movies including his 200th movie "Devatha Manushya" . He was also the director of debut movies of Rajkumar sons - Shiva Rajkumar's "Anand" and Raghavendra Rajkumar's "Chiranjeevi Sudhakara". He also directed Puneeth Rajkumar in a lead role as a child artist in "Eradu Nakshatragalu" in which he had played a dual role.
He also turned to production with this film where he was the executive producer. He has also produced "Circus" and Co produced "Shriharikathe" under his own production house D Pictures. He is the Producer for the under production project Ondu Rupayalli Eradu Preethi. He is the producer for the films Circus and Yogaraj. He Co-produced the film Shriharikathe. All the above projects were executed under his own production house D Pictures.
Naagarahaavu () is a 1973 Indian Kannada language film directed by Puttanna Kanagal, based on T. R. Subba Rao's three novels "Nagarahavu", "Ondu Gandu Eradu Hennu" and "Sarpa Mathsara", and starring Vishnuvardhan, K. S. Ashwath, Aarathi and Shubha in lead roles. The supporting cast features Leelavathi, Ambareesh, Shivaram, Dheerendra Gopal, Lokanath and Vajramuni. This is the first Kannada movie to complete 100 days in three centres.