Synonyms for huduga or Related words with huduga

maduve              neenu              vendum              kodallu              ninne              hrudaya              manchi              kondu              thedi              naanu              pranam              raasa              mazhai              kanasu              kaattu              makkalu              paattu              naaku              gejje              mazha              andamaina              aahaa              koduku              puthu              kodalu              gaali              neeye              nilave              thaai              maayam              ennai              maathu              eradu              paravaigal              neene              nooru              samsaram              iniyum              njan              geetham              theeram              sivappu              chinnari              entha              iddaru              hoovu              chandrama              vaazha              mayam              bandham             

Examples of "huduga"
2000 - Kachaguli Huduga from Krishna Leele (Kannada)
1998 - Naa Preethiya Huduga from Bhoomi Thayiya Chochchala Maga (Kannada)
She returned to playback singing in the year 2003 for the film "Bhagawan" and since then has been known for her unconventional voice and her style of singing. Her "Huduga Huduga" song from the Kannada language film "Amrithadhare" won her the state award as the Best playback singer in 2005.
Earlier, the triple role played by Nagesh in "Panakkara Kudumbam" was reprised by reprised by Mehmood in Hindi version ("Humjoli") and by Dwarakish in Kannada version ("Bhale Huduga").
Earlier, the triple role played by Nagesh in "Panakkara Kudumbam" was reprised by Mehmood in Hindi version ("Humjoli") and by Dwarakish in Kannada version ("Bhale Huduga").
Earlier, the triple role played by Nagesh in "Panakkara Kudumbam" was reprised by reprised by Mehmood in Hindi version ("Humjoli") and by Dwarakish in Kannada version ("Bhale Huduga").
The film was remade in Hindi in 1970 as "Humjoli", in Kannada in 1978 as "Bhale Huduga", and in Telugu in 1984 as "Intiguttu". All versions except "Intiguttu" were directed by the same director, T. R. Ramanna.
Naa Mechida Huduga () is a 1972 Kannada romantic drama film directed and scripted by R. N. Jayagopal. It is based on the story "Divorce In Indian Style" written by P. S. Vaidyanathan.
Bhale Huduga (Kannada: ಭಲೆ ಹುಡುಗ) is a 1978 Indian Kannada film, directed by T. R. Ramanna and produced by R. Ganesh. The film stars Vishnuvardhan, Manjula, Dwarakish and Udaykumar in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. K. Venkatesh.
Jaga Mechhida Huduga () is a 1993 Indian Kannada romance film directed by H.R. Bhargava. The story is based on a novel "Nishaanth" by Sai Suthe. The film features Shiva Rajkumar, Srinath, Raagini, Lakshmi and Tiger Prabhakar in the lead roles. The film was widely appreciated for its songs and story upon release. The songs tuned by Rajan-Nagendra duo were huge hits.
Poli Huduga () is a 1989 Kannada action drama film written by Paruchuri Brothers and directed by S. S. Ravichandra. The film cast includes V. Ravichandran, Karishma, Tara and Devaraj in the lead roles while many other prominent actors featured in supporting roles. The soundtrack and score composition was by Hamsalekha.
The story is based on Chandrashekar's own decade-old short story "Malenada Hudugi, Bayaluseeme Huduga". The film was reviewed as average by the critics, and it was declared a musical hit at the box-office. It went on to win two awards at the Filmfare Awards for 2001.
Lankesh then went on to direct the commercial potboiler Huduga Hudugi, with Dhyan in the lead role. Actresses Sadha and Ileana made special appearances in the same film. In 2012, Lankesh’s Diganth and Charmee Kaur starrer, Dev Son of Mudde Gowda released to mostly mixed reviews from the audience and critics alike.
The teaser of much-awaited Raajakumara was released on Friday, September 30, on the day Puneeth Rajkumar's latest movie Dodmane Huduga has hit the screens. The teaser received positive reviews.The 2nd teaser was released on January 1st 2017 as part of New year and received huge response. The Trailer was released on March 6th 2017 and is a tremendous hit.
Huduga Hudugi is a 2010 comedy film written and directed by Indrajit Lankesh. The film features Dhyan and Lekha Washington in the lead roles, whilst other noted actresses play roles in the film. The film was launched in 2008 as "Thunta Thunti" with Ganesh and Praneetha in the lead roles and then a second launch was conducted in March 2010 with Ganesh and Ishita Sharma but the pair later opted out of the project.
Humjoli is a 1970 Bollywood drama film, produced by Prasan Kapoor on Tirupati Pictures banner and directed by T. R. Ramanna. The film stars Jeetendra, Leena Chandavarkar in the lead roles and music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The film is the remake of Tamil Movie "Panakkara Kudumbam" (1964), starring M.G.R, B. Saroja Devi which later went on to be remade in Kannada as "Bhale Huduga"(1978) starring Vishnuvardhan , Manjula and Dwarakish and in Telugu as "Intiguttu" (1984), starring Chiranjeevi, Nalini in pivotal roles.
Pratham is a film director yet to debut in the Kannada film industry through his film 'Devravne Bidu Guru' which is an ongoing project with the Bigg Boss Kannada Season 2 winner Akul Balaji in the lead role. Pratham proclaims himself as 'Olle Huduga' (Good Boy) and 'Badavara Bandhu' (Friend of the Poor) on social media. It is said that he was not picked by the Bigg Boss team, instead he himself made it into their office and asked for a contestant slot on the show. The broadcaster broke the tradition and aired promos unveiling Pratham as the first contestant of Season 4 days before the premiere episode.
In 2010, Lekha appeared in three films in three regional languages. Her first release was in the multi-starrer "Vedam", where she played a role as a part of the troupe of a lead character, Manoj Manchu. The film won positive reviews, and Lekha's small role was labelled as "adequate support" by critics, as the film enjoyed a successful run commercially. She then appeared in Pushkar-Gayathri's comedy film, "Va", playing a suicidal schoolgirl who meets the characters of Shiva and Charan on an election night in Chennai. The film received average reviews, whilst Lekha's portrayal also received mixed acclaim with a reviewer citing that she "carries off her role of a dimwit quite well", whilst another cites that she "does not impress and needs to brush up her acting skills and lip sync". Her final release of the year was the romantic Kannada film, "Huduga Hudugi" opposite Sameer Dattani, which became a commercial and critical failure, with Lekha receiving mixed reviews for her role.
After appearing in a couple of advertisements and in uncredited cameo roles in the films "Soggadu" and "Panduranga Vittala", she got her first starring role in "Ganda Hendathi". Her first release, however, became the low-budget Tamil film, "Oru Kadhal Seiveer", which met with negative reviews and poor box office returns. S R Ashok Kumar of "The Hindu" noted that Sanjjanaa, then credited under her birth name, was "beautiful but has to work on her acting". "Ganda Hendathi", a Kannada remake of the Hindi film "Murder" (2004), itself an adaptation of the Hollywood film "Unfaithful" (2002), was also panned by critics. The film was released in Telugu as "Mogudu Pellam O Boy Friend". Sanjjanaa's performance drew mixed reviews, with a reviewer from claiming that she "utterly fails to deliver" in the emotional sequences, while Sify wrote "Sanjjanaa has made a decent debut and she is extremely daring and does justice to her role". In 2008, she made her Telugu film debut in Puri Jagannadh's "Bujjigadu", in which she played a notable role alongside Prabhas and Trisha Krishnan. Although her role was small, the film gained her considerable attention and helped her growing in popularity. In 2010, she was first seen in the Telugu film "Police Police", which was followed by a cameo role in "Huduga Hudugi". Her final release of that year was "Mylari" that featured her opposite Shivrajkumar. It was the biggest milestone in her Kannada career as she was subsequently flooded with offers in Kannada cinema. Regarding her performance in the film, the "Times of India" wrote that she "shines in her lively and mischievous role". She won the Bangalore Times Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role Female in 2012 for "I Am Sorry Mathe Banni Preethsona".