Synonyms for haalu or Related words with haalu

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Examples of "haalu"
"Hosa Belaku", "Haalu Jenu", "Chalisuva Modagalu", "Kavirathna Kalidasa", "Kamana Billu",
Sulikunte haalu uthpadakara sahakara sangha is a dairy collecting up to 1000-1500 litres of milk every day from villagers.
She also acted in a number of Kannada movies alongside popular Kannada actors including Rajkumar, Vishnuvardhan, Anant Nag and Ambareesh.With Rajkumar she acted in many commercially successful and critically acclaimed movies like "Haalu Jenu", "Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma", "Anuraga Aralithu", "Shruthi Seridaaga", "Jeevana Chaitra", "Aakasmika", "Odahuttidavaru", etc. Her performance in "Haalu Jenu" and "Malaya Marutha" was widely acclaimed.
Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare () is a 1991 Indian Kannada comedy film directed by the duo Dorairaj and S. K. Bhagavan. It stars Vishnuvardhan in the lead role. The music was composed by Hamsalekha.
She was starred in 150 feature films including, "Seetharama Kalyanam", "Rendu Rella Aaru", "Aha Naa Pellanta" opposite Rajendra Prasad, "Majnu" opposite Nagarjuna and "Seetaramula Kalyanam" opposite Balakrishna. She also starred in Kannada films including "Jai Karnataka" a remake of 1987 Bollywood hit "Mr. India") with Ambareesh and "Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare" with Vishnuvardhan.
He got his first break in Kannada films as a supporting role opposite Rajkumar in "Sipayi Ramu"; besides, he acted in almost 25 Kannada films, like Bangaaradha Manushya, "Haalu Jenu", "Chelisuva Modagalu", "Shabdavedi", and more. He also acted in other movies like Ranganayaki and Katha Sangama. He acted as the hero opposite Kalpana in "Kesarina Kamala".
He has supplied great deal of dialogues and lyrics for 85 Rajkumar movies. He has worked with Rajkumar since 1963 to 1993 for 3 decades consisting of 92 movies. He has also acted in some movies like Haalu Jenu , Halli Rambhe Belli Bombe , Anand etc.
She has worked with almost all leading actors of her time including Dr.Rajkumar, Kalyan Kumar, Vishnuvardhan, Srinath, Ambarish, Ananth Nag, Shankar Nag and Lokesh in Kannada. She has paired with matinee idol Dr.Rajkumar in Haalu Jenu, Samayada Gombe and Yarivanu which were huge success critically and commercially. She stopped acting after Gandendre Gandu with Ambarish in 1989. She returned to silver screen through Karnana Sampattu starring Ambarish in 2005.
She has produced over 80 films and launched her three sons as film stars. Her most successful films with her husband in a lead role include "Trimurthy", "Haalu Jenu", Kaviratna Kalidasa and Jeevana Chaitra. She produced Anand, Om, Janumada Jodi, and several other movies with her older son Shiv Rajkumar in lead role. Her son Raghavendra Rajkumar played the lead in "Chiranjeevi Sudhakar", Nanjundi Kalyana, Swasthik and "Tuvvi Tuvvi Tuvvi". Her youngest son Puneeth starred in Appu, Abhi and Hudugaru, .
Haalu Jenu () is a 1982 Indian Kannada film directed by Singeetham Srinivasa Rao. The film starred Rajkumar, Madhavi and Roopa Devi in lead roles. The movie is famous for its evergreen songs which was composed by G. K. Venkatesh. The film was a major success at the box-office upon its release. Saritha, who had earlier worked with Rajkumar in "Keralida Simha" and "Hosa Belaku", lent her voice for Madhavi in this movie. This was also the directorial debut for Singeetham Srinivasa Rao in Kannada. He went on to work with Rajkumar for 6 movies in future including his 200th movie.
Rao directed Kannada blockbusters like "Haalu Jenu" (1982), "Chalisuva Modagalu" (1982), "Eradu Nakshatragalu" (1983), "Shravana Banthu" (1984), "Jwaalamukhi" (1985) "Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma" (1985), "Anand" (1986), "Devatha Manushya" (1988), "Chiranjeevi Sudhakara" (1988), "Ksheera Sagara" (1992), "Tuvvi Tuvvi Tuvvi" (1999) and "Make-Up"(2002). He was also the script-writer of "Belliyappa Bangarappa" (1992). The "Kannada Film Journalists Association" has honoured Srinivasa Rao with a Special Biography. Rao received three Karnataka State Film Awards, including two for Best Screenplay. A disciple of legendary composer S. Rajeswara Rao, he also composed music for 2 Kannada movies - "Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma" (directed by him) and "Samyuktha" - (not directed by him).
She has worked in many Kannada movies during 1980s. She debuted in Kannada through the 1980 movie "Simha Jodi" in which she played the role of Vishnuvardhan's sister. She is critically acclaimed for her roles in Kannada movies like "Kamala", Haalu Jenu, Avala Antharanga, Marali Goodige, Trishoola, Ahuthi, Dharma and Bala Nouke. Her role as prostitute in "Kamala" brought her critical appreciation from the audience and is still remembered. She has won Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress for her stellar performance in "Avala Antharanga" during the year 1984-85.
In his second innings in films, Krishnamurthy played roles as comedian, villain and supporting artist. He became known for his role as Connection Kalappa in Puttanna Kanagal's 1978 film "Paduvaaralli Pandavaru". Following this and with roles in films in the 1970s and '80s like "Dharmasere", "Ranganayaki", "Guru Shishyaru", "Antha", "Nanna Devaru", "Haalu Jenu" and "Kaviratna Kalidasa", Krishnamurthy became one of Kannada cinema's most wanted actors. In 1981, he started his film production company called Yashaswini Enterprises under which he produced the film "Number 5 Ekka". Being a film producer, he continued appearing in films with his last appearance coming in the 1985 film "Veeradhi Veera".
After his stint as the assistant director from 1958 through 1965, he got his acting break in supporting role in Seetharama Shastry's "Beretha Jeeva" starring Kalyan Kumar. From then on, he acted with almost all the directors of the 1970s and 1980s through 2000s. Some of his most memorable performances as a character actor include "Sharapanjara", "Naagarahaavu", "Shubhamangala"; all of which are directed by Puttanna Kanagal. His comic roles were appreciated in many films such as "Chalisuva Modagalu", "Shravana Banthu", "Haalu Jenu", "Hombisilu", "Hosa Belaku", "Guru Shishyaru", "Simhada Mari Sainya", "Makkala Sainya" to name a few. He appeared in the lead role in "Driver Hanumanthu" (1980) which was also co-produced by him. Post 2000 year, he switched to character roles performing in major blockbusters such as "Apthamitra" , "Huchcha" and parallel cinemas such as "Bara" and "Thaayi Saheba". He also acted in television series "Grihabhanga", directed by Girish Kasaravalli and "Baduku" directed by Ravikiran.
Advani Lakshmi Devi(Not to be confused with M.N Lakshmi Devi - They are two different artistes), is a veteran Kannada film actress. She has played a variety of roles such as heroine, vamp, mother, grandmother in hundreds of Kannada movies over the last 50 years. Her role in Kannada Movies Gandhada Gudi and Srinivasa Kalyana as mother (male role played by Dr. Rajkumar) is much remembered. She is the mother of veteran actress Roopadevi who acted in many Kannada movies with Dr. Raj Kumar such as Haalu Jenu, Samayada Gombe and Yarivanu. Dr.Rajkumar holds the distinction of having played hero and son's role with her. Dr.Rajkumar holds the distinction of having played the hero to both Roopadevi(in 3 movies) and her mother Advani Lakshmi Devi(in "Sri Ramanjaneya Yuddha").
Vinaya Prasad hails from Udupi district of Karnataka state. Vinaya made her film debut with a small role in G V Iyer's Madhwacharya in 1988. She worked in smaller character roles before playing the leading lady in "Ganeshana Maduve" opposite Anant Nag. The film was a huge success and she went on to act in more than 60 films in not only Kannada but also Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. Some of her notable Kannada films include, "Ganeshana Maduve", "Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare", "Gauri Ganesha", "Mysore Jaana" and "Suryodaya". After a successful career as a lead actress, Vinaya switched over to character roles in South Indian films and remains a sought after actress in Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu movies. Vinaya is also an effective compere and singer. Vinaya has compered several important events like Vasantha Habba in Nrityagram and the annual Dasara procession in Mysore.
Post the superhit debut film, Umesh who was 15, could no longer feature in child roles and adult roles either. He moved back to stage shows and took up jobs which included some back stage labor works. He struggled to find himself a good role in drama plays too. It was then that Puttanna Kanagal again came to his rescue and cast him in his anthology film "Katha Sangama" (1977). His portrayal as "Thimmarayi" in the "Munithaayi" episode featuring Rajinikanth and Aarathi fetched him multiple laurels including the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Supporting Actor. Starting from here, Umesh was cast in a series of films from 1980's through 2000's. Some of his best remembered films include "Nagara Hole" (1978), "Guru Shishyaru" (1981), "Anupama" (1981), "Kaamana Billu" (1983), "Apoorva Sangama" (1984), "Shruthi Seridaaga" (1987), "Shravana Banthu" , "Malaya Marutha" (1986), "Golmaal Radhakrishna" (1990), "Neenu Nakkare Haalu Sakkare" (1993), "Venkata in Sankata" (2007) to name a few.