Synonyms for hrudaya or Related words with hrudaya

kanasu              mangalya              geetham              nooru              mazha              raasa              ninne              iniyum              maduve              njan              anandha              rahasyam              thaai              thedi              makkalu              ulagam              bandham              gejje              kaattu              neeku              raktha              bagavathi              intlo              vendum              theerpu              samsaram              yudham              neeyum              mounam              kutumbam              naanu              mazhai              huduga              kodalu              iddaru              ponnu              njaan              kondu              manushya              gaanam              velai              kapuram              poocha              bhale              jeevana              oruthi              neenu              paattu              dongalu              neene             



Examples of "hrudaya"
"Anand", "Ratha Sapthami", "Mana Mechchida Hudugi", "Samyuktha", "Asegobba Meesegobba","Aralidha Hoogalu","Ranaranga", "Inspector Vikram", "Adhe Raga Adhe Haadu", "Mruthyunjaya", "Mididha Shruthi", "Om", "Modadha Mareyalli", "Janumadha Jodi", "Hrudaya Hrudaya", and "Chiguridha Kanasu",
The film's soundtrack was composed by Gurukiran with lyrics penned by Hrudaya Shiva and Kaviraj.
Anu Prabhakar first appeared as a child artist in the films "Chapala Chennigaraya" and "Shanti Kranti". Her first film in a lead role came in the 1999 Kannada film, "Hrudaya Hrudaya", that had Shivarajkumar paired opposite her. She acted with Vishnuvardhan in films like "Soorappa", "Jamindarru", "Hrudayavantha", "Sahukaara", "Varsha". She has also acted in a few Tamil movies.
Vinay's grandfather, Rajkumar first brought him on-screen at the age of five in the film "Aakasmika" (1993). Vinay followed this with appearances in "Odahuttidavaru" (1994), his father's film's "Anuragada Alegalu" (1993) and "Navibbaru Namagibbaru" (1993), and uncle Shiva's "Om" (1995) and "Hrudaya Hrudaya" (1999).
Hrudaya Hrudaya () is a 1999 Kannada romantic drama film directed by M. S. Rajashekar and produced by Parvathamma Rajkumar. The film features Shivarajkumar, Ramesh Aravind and Anu Prabhakar, making her debut, in the lead roles whilst Sharath Babu, Avinash and Chitra Shenoy play the supporting roles.
Hrudaya Kaleyam is a 2014 Telugu spoof action comedy film directed by Steven Shankar. It stars debutant Sampoornesh Babu in the lead role.
He made his acting debut through the 2014 Telugu film "Hrudaya Kaleyam", which has earned him CineMAA Award for Best Actor in Comic Role.
Hit songs with composer Dakshinamoorthy are Swapnangale Ningal – Kavyamela (1965), Kakkathamburatti – Inapravukal (1965), Hrudaya Sarassile – Paadunna Puzha (1968), Ponveyil – Nirthasala (1972).
Nikhat was born in Nizamabad, Telangana, India. She completed her primary education from the Nirmala Hrudaya Girls High School in Nizamabad.
The music of the film was composed by Rajan-Nagendra. The songs "Yuga Yugagale Saagali" and title song "Hrudaya Geethe Haaduthire" were received extremely well.
At the time of the British Raj Talcher was one among the 26 feudatory states of Odisha. The state's accession to the Indian Union was signed by its last ruler Hrudaya Chandra Dev Birabar on 1 January 1948.
His evergreen compositions include "Swapnangal... Swapnangale ningal..."("Kavyamela"), "Pattu padiyurakkan njan..."("Seetha"), "Uthara swayamvaram..."(Danger Biscuit), "Kattile pazhmulam..."("Vilaykku Vangiya Veena"), Hrudaya Saralie, Chandrikayil, Kaatile Paalmulam, Manohari Nin, Sowgandhigangale, Aakashamand "Vathil pazhuthilooden..."("Idanazhiyil Oru Kalocha").
Ishika's most famous hit was "Hrudaya Kaleyam", which went on to gross huge blockbuster collections. She has worked in another Telugu movies named "O rathri" ,'kobarimatta'. She has also worked in an English movie, "Waiting in Wilderness".
Sagara Subdivision lies in a malnad region of Karnataka and it is also known as the 'Heart of Sahyadri' or 'Sahyadriya Hrudaya' in Kannada. The Subdivision is landlocked and bounded by Shimoga Subdivision, Sirsi Subdivision, Bhatkal Subdivision.
Arjun Janya scored the film's background music and composed for its soundtrack, with its lyrics written by Ghouse Peer, Jayant Kaikini, Kaviraj, Hrudaya Shiva, Raghavendra Kamath and S. Bahubali. The soundtrack album consists of seven tracks.
The music was composed by Gurukiran and lyrics written by V. Manohar and Hrudaya Shiva. A total of 5 tracks have been composed for the film and the audio rights brought by Skanda Audio.
Rani Swarna Prabha Manjari Devi, married Raja Prasanna Chandra Deo, Raja Saheb of Jarada, second son of Raja Hrudaya Chandra Dev Birabar Harichandan Mahapatra of Talcher, and had issue, three daughters and two sons. She died 2005.
He gave his acting debut with Pawan Kalyan‘s “Thammudu” in a guest role and later he appeared in movies like “Eeshwar,” “Tadagatha Buddha” and “Gola Seenu.” He produced movies like “My Heart is Beating.. Adola,” “Maaya,” “Aravind 2,” “Hrudaya Kaleyam,” “Nayaki” and “Pellichoopulu” under his home production banner Dharmapatha Creations. His feature film “Tadagatha Buddha” in “Hindi” and “Telugu” languages which were also dubbed into “Tamil” language and released across 50 cities all over India and over 10 cities outside. “Gola Seenu” was directed and produced by him. As a distributor, he undertook distribution of a feature film “Hrudaya Kaleyam” in the Telugu language in the year 2014.
Jai Shiva, born as J. Shivakumar (16 December 1982) composed the music for the film. At the age of 16, he started composing music and landed his first break through this film at the age of 21. Shiva learnt classical/carnatic music from Shanmugham Master in Bangalore. The film featured seven songs composed by him and written by Hrudaya Shiva and Hemanth Das.
The soundtrack features 7 songs overall, out of which 4 songs were retained from the Original Telugu soundtrack, composed by noted Tamil music director Yuvan Shankar Raja, while the remaining 3 were composed by Gurukiran. Lyrics were written by Kaviraj and Hrudaya Shiva. The soundtrack was released on 22 May 2008.