Synonyms for gaali or Related words with gaali

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Examples of "gaali"
The film release co-coincided with another Sri Murali film "Sihi Gaali" on 12 March 2010.
She has also sand songs in Telugu like Pareshanuraaa,Choosa Choosa,Chali Gaali Chuudduu, etc.
Nandaadeepa had "Gaali gopura ninnaasha teera (solo S.Janaki)" and the famous Deepavali song..."Naadinadaa Ee deepavali bantu.."
Ilayaraja composed one song "Challa Gaali" adapted from his own song "Thendral Vanthu" which was composed for Tamil film "Avatharam" (1995).
Gaali is a Bollywood film. It was released in 1944. A social film, its theme dealt with injustice to women. The music was by Sajjad Hussain with lyrics by Pandit Indra. It starred Karan Dewan, Nirmala, Manjula, and Yakub.
She appeared in such films as "Kittur Chennamma", "Gaali Gopura", "Krishnadevaraya" and "Sharapanjara". She produced a film, "Hamsalekha", about Panchakshari Gavaayi, a blind musician, which won numerous central government and state awards.
In the process, he meets a motorbike thief called Gaali Seenu (Allari Naresh), a good-hearted thief and he accompanies him in his journey.The journey Abhi takes changes his life drastically: He is exposed to the hard realities of rural life and its simple joys. The landscapes and the people he meets takes him through an emotional journey that alters his perceptions forever. Be it a teacher who supports orphan kids, a disillusioned ex-militant, a prostitute who craves for love, or his companion Gaali Seenu, they all aid in his journey to self-discovery.
Reviewing the soundtrack, "The Times of India" gave a rating of four stars and stated that it "excels with various styles and genres, kicking mediocrity out of the window". The newspaper termed "Chali Gaali Chuudduu" a "real gem of a song", praising the lyrics and an interlude with trumpet solo that "comes as a breath of fresh air". Karthik Srinivasan, writing for "The Hindu", found the second interlude of "Chali Gaali Chuudduu" a "beautifully melodic and extended" one similar to the works of Ilaiyaraaja. Srinivasan termed the song a "wonderfully mellow and jazzy" melody and praised the renditions by Haricharan and Padmalatha.
The film's score and soundtrack is composed by Vijay Antony. The song "Yem Mela Kai Vachaa Gaali" was released as a single during September 2016, during the Tamil Nadu Premier League match of Kovai vs Chepauk held in Tirunelveli. The album was released on 4 February 2017 by Lyca Music.
Some of the notable films of Jai Jagadish as an actor include "Garjane" (1981), "Gaali Maathu" (1981), "Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu" (1983), "Bandhana" (1984), "Madhuve Madu Tamashe Nodu" (1986), among others. His film "Kothigalu Saar Kothigalu" won the Filmfare Award for Best film.
In her novel, "Gaali Padagalu, Neeti Budagalu" ("Kites and Water Bubbles"), Lata depicted the cruelty that prostitutes had suffered at the hands of men and the diseases they had contracted. Despite considerable criticism for the book's content, she later discussed the same issue again in greater detail in another novel, "Raktapankam".
Gaali Gopura () is a 1962 Kannada film directed and produced by B. R. Panthulu. The film starred Rajkumar, Kalyan Kumar and Leelavathi in lead roles. Actor Udaya Kumar made a brief guest appearance. Acclaimed director Puttanna Kanagal had assisted Panthulu for this film.
Gaali Maathu () is a 1981 Indian Kannada drama film directed and produced by Dorai - Bhagwan duo. It is based on the novel of the same name by Ta. Ra. Su. The film starred Jai Jagadish, Lakshmi and Kokila Mohan in lead roles.
Sometime later, Sajjad became an assistant to the music director Hanuman Prasad. In this capacity, he composed two songs for the film "Gaali" (1944): "Aag Lage Saavan Mein" and "Ab Aaja Dil Na Lage" (both sung by Nirmala Devi). The songs of "Dost" (1944), his first film as an independent music director, were hit. These songs included three songs sung by Noor Jehan: "Koi Prem Ka Deke Sandesa", "Alam Par Alam Aur Sitam Par Sitam" and "Badnaam Mohabbat Kaun Kare".
The main attraction of the film was the colossal set of Madurai Meenakshi Temple created by art director Padma Sri Thotta Tharani. Its details were revealed on 29 September 2003 by the Production unit via a press meet. Thotta Tharani along with director and his team stayed in Madurai Meenakshi Temple for 15 days. He drew his sketches to the minute details and replicated it in Hyderabad. The initial estimate of the Temple set cost was 2.5 crores which was supposed to be built in 3 months. But, it took 6 months with over 500 workers constructing the set. The total cost of this set turned out to be 4 crores. This set was constructed in 5 acre space of Padmalaya Studios near Gandipet. This set consist of Gaali Gopuram, Pond and Garbhagudi. The set had a life time of 3 years with resistance to all types of climatic conditions. Thotta Tharani used 90 tons of iron in the construction of this temple set for longevity. 90 tons of iron itself cost around 42 lakhs. Pond in the temple has a depth of 3 feet. It took 5 days of continuous filling using 5 motors to fill the water. The Gaali Gopuram is of 130 feet, which is equivalent to the original Gaali Gopuram at Madurai temple. A set of temple priests from Maduri came to this set and installed a replica idol of Meenakshi Amman in the Garbhagudi. This traditional installation took 8 hours (from 6 am to 2 pm). Gunasekhar Varma used 25 powerful generation sets for a song to be shot in the temple in night effect.
Hema Chaudhary (born 1955) is an Indian film actress who has predominantly acted in Kannada films in addition to Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil films. Starting her career as a lead actress for the Telugu film "Pelli Kani Pelli" in 1976, she switched over to character roles in the 1980s. She is best remembered for her villainous roles that she portrayed in Kannada cinema in films like "Subhashaya" (1977) and "Gaali Maathu" (1981). Among her Tamil films, the K. Balachander directed "Manmatha Leelai" (1976) opposite actor Kamal Haasan was most notable. Acting in over 150 films, Hema is considered one of the popular character artistes in South Indian cinema.
The movie starred Rajkumar, Kalyan Kumar and Udaykumar- all 3 in full-fledge roles in single movie for the only time in their career. All 3 had also worked together earlier in Gaali Gopura, however, Udaykumar only had a special appearance in that movie. Also this is the only movie in which Rajkumar played the role of father to Kalyan Kumar and Udaykumar. This is also the only movie where Leelavathi played the role of Rajkumar's daughter. The theme of the movie was based on Vinoba Bhave's Bhoodan movement.
Her publications in Telugu include Album and Needala Godalu (Poems), Gundelo thadi, Chukka Navvindi and NaaPeru (Short stories), Abhisarika, Thoorpu Gaali (Novels), Pranava Ganga(dance ballet), and Saugandhika (monologue);she also co-authored Urvasi, a Kuchipudi dance ballet, with Varanasi Nagalakshmi. Her translations of Girish Karnad’s Kannada plays are: Naagamandala, Hayavadana, Taladandam, Tughluq and Agni Varsham. Her other translations are Siri Sampenga and Kathaga Maarina Ammayi. Among her anthologies, other than Noorella Panta, are Mudra (women poets), Nooru Varahalu (short stories), Inkaanaa! Ikapai Saagadu (Dalit stories), Aaha!Oho! (humorous stories).
In 1944 Karan Dewan acted in "Rattan", a musical romantic drama, directed by M. Sadiq, which became one of the most popular films of that year. "A tremendous hit", it paired Dewan with Swarnalata. The music director was Naushad who gave a break to all the singers in the film Zohrabai Ambalewali, Amirbai Karnataki, Rajkumari (of Varanasi), Tun Tun (as Uma Devi) including Dewan himself. The songs of the film became popular The song "Saawan Ke Baadalon" (O Monsoon Clouds) sung by Dewan and Zohrabai Ambalewali, and picturised on Dewan and Swarnalata, became famous as the pair's "signature" song. "Gaali" (1944) was a social film, written and directed by Rama Chowdhary for producer Nanubhai Desai under his N. R. Desai Productions banner. It co-starred Dewan with Manjula and Yakub. The film was stated to have been a commercial success at the box-office.
Bhagavan was born in Brahmin Iyengar family on 3 July 1933. He completed his schooling in Bangalore High school. In his young age he was acting on stage dramas with Hirannaiah mithra mandali. He started his film career as an assistant to Kanagal Prabhakar Shastri in 1956 through the film "Bhagyodaya". He then went on to direct his debut movie "Sandhya Raaga" in 1966 with another director by name M.C Narasimhamurthy and later he directed Jedara Bale along with Rajkumar as Director duo Dorai-Bhagavan. Thus becoming first directors to make James Bond style movies in Kannada. Then the director duo went on directing great movies like Kasturi Nivasa, "Eradu Kanasu", "Bayalu dhari", "Gaali Mathu", "Chandayana Gombe", "Hosa Belaku", "Benkiya Bale", Jeevana Chaitra and more bond style movies such as "Goa dalli C.I.D 999", "Operation Jackpot C.I.D 999" and "Operation diamond racket". Apart from Rajkumar, the director duo directed many movies with actors Ananth Nag and Lakshmi.