Synonyms for illada or Related words with illada

magalu              thayi              sookshikkuka              pennu              makkalu              iniyum              paravaigal              theerpu              swarangal              kondu              porutham              neeku              hrudaya              snehicha              banthu              manathe              swapnangal              thavaru              kaattu              snehamulla              maduve              baava              muthina              kanninum              aralida              kodalu              geetham              naanu              vendum              kudumba              thalattu              neenu              gejje              pambaram              kanasu              raavukal              thaai              njaan              swapnam              veliye              sonnal              nooru              nanmakal              varavu              poocha              ezhai              ullasa              rajavu              gelathi              puthu             

Examples of "illada"
She worked as associate director to K. S. L. Swamy for the movies "Karune Illada Kanoonu", "Huli Hejje" and classic "Malaya Marutha".
The movie did not do well at the box office. His next roles were in Kannada movies such as "Marujanma", based on reincarnation, "Vasanthakala", "Pallavi Illada Charana, Anu opposite"' Pooja Ghandhi",
She acted in serials such as "Male billu", "Preeti illada mele", "Chakravaka", "Paarijatha", "Anavarana", "Paapa pandu", G.V.Iyer's "Adrushtada horaata", "Ninolumeindale", "Madarangi" for Udaya TV and Hindi serial "Choti Maa".
Karune Illada Kanoonu (Kannada: ಕರುಣೆ ಇಲ್ಲದ ಕಾನೂನು) is a 1983 Indian Kannada film, directed by K. S. L. Swamy (Ravee) and produced by Girija. The film stars Lokesh, Tiger Prabhakar, Sripriya and Ashok in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shankar Ganesh. The film was a remake of Tamil film "Major Chandrakanth" (1966).
S. Mahendar is an Indian film director working in Kannada cinema. He is also a politician with the BJP contesting from Kollegal constituency in Karnataka. He debuted into cinema with "Pranayada Pakshigalu" (1992) and went to direct for over 30 films. He also acted in "Gattimela" (2001) in the lead role under his own direction. His well-known movies include "Thayi Illada Thavaru" (1995), "Karpoorada Gombe" (1996), "Snehaloka" (1999), "Asura" (2001), "Vaalee" (2001), "Ninagagi" (2002), "Gowdru" (2004) and "Thandege Thakka Maga" (2006).
Following his initial brief roles, Ramkumar came back in 1993 through the film "Gejje Naada" in a lead role opposite a newcomer Shwetha. The film was declared a musical hit with his performance being lauded. This was followed by a devotional biographical film "Bhagawan Sri Saibaba" which had an ensemble cast. In 1994, he starred in B. C. Patil's story "Poorna Sathya" which failed at the box-office. The years 1995 and 1996 saw his maximum number of films releasing of which only "Kavya", "Thayi Illada Thavaru", "Thavarina Thottilu" and "Gaaya" proved to be successful. His other films were completely wash outs with back to back failures.
Major Chandrakanth is a 1966 Tamil language film directed by K. Balachander. The screenplay was based on his play of the same name. The film stars Jayalalithaa, Muthuraman, Nagesh, A. V. M. Rajan, and Major Sundarrajan in the title role. Sundarrajan who portrayed the role of a retired blind army major acquired the prefix "Major" and was more commonly known as Major Sundarrajan there after. The film was first made in Hindi as "Oonche Log" in 1965. The film was remade in Kannada as "Karune Illada Kanoonu".
Yash started his acting career with the teleserial "Nanda Gokula" directed by Ashok Kashyap, which aired on ETV Kannada. He went on to appear in several other teleserials such as "Malebillu" and "Preeti Illada Mele". He had a small role in a 2007 film directed by Priya Hassan, "Jambhada Hudugi". He then acted in "Moggina Manasu" directed by Shashank in 2008, where he appeared in a supporting role alongside his "Nanda Gokula" co-star Radhika Pandit. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the film. Yash then starred in lead roles in the films "Rocky" (2008), "Kallara Santhe" (2009), "Gokula" (2009).
Radhika started her acting career with the Kannada film "Neela Megha Shama" (2002) when she had just completed her ninth class. Her first release was "Ninagagi" opposite Vijay Raghavendra, which was followed by "Tavarige Baa Tangi" starring Shivrajkumar; both films were highly successful ventures. In 2003, she appeared in five Kannada films, including Hemanth Hegde's directorial debut "Ooh La La", "Hudugigaagi" alongside S. P. B. Charan, Yograj Bhat's maiden feature film "Mani", in which she played the daughter of a prostitute, "Mane Magalu" and "Tayi Illada Tabbali", all of which were commercial failures. In spite of the film's poor box office returns, Radhika's performance as Gowri in "Tayi Illada Tabbali" won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress. Due to the successive failures of her Kannada films, Radhika began to work in Tamil cinema subsequently, acting in five Tamil films in quick succession. Her maiden Tamil film was S. P. Jananathan's award-winning debut directorial "Iyarkai" (2003). "The Hindu" in its review noted that Kutty Radhika as the "impulsive, immature and obdurate Nancy looks just right for the role". Three of her four releases in 2005—"Rishi", "Masala" and "Auto Shankar"—featured her alongside another lead female character. Her final release of 2005 saw her collaborating with the "Tavarige Baa Tangi" team, with Shivrajkumar and Radhika again playing the elder brother and younger sister, respectively.
Though Shashank had an engineering certificate, his passion, aspiration and dream was always on the paths of camera, lights and action. He took up a job in Bangalore as a site engineer, the sole intention of getting into the film industry. After a heavy turmoil of attempting for nearly two years, he became an assistant to S.Mahendar, in the film "Taayi illada tavaru" (1994). The journey continued for next 9 movies. Here he met legendary music director Hamsalekha and learned the tricks of screenplay constructions and musical narration. And after 13 years of patient Endeavour, he became an independent director with the movie SIXER (2007), which was produced by the great Ramoji rao and music was composed by Hamsalekha.
Shruthi was in Puttur in her early ages of life. Shruti started her cinema career as a supporting actress and acted in Kannada movie "Aasegobba Meesegobba" as Shivarajkumar's sister. Later in the year 1990, she acted as heroine in the movie "Shruti" directed and produced by Dwarakish. This movie was a successful one running over 25 weeks. Some of the most famous and successful Kannada movies from Shruti are, "Shruti", "Taayi Illada Tavaru", "Veerappa Nayaka", "Gauri Ganesha", "Bombat Hendthi" (Karnataka State award Winner), "Muddina Maava", "Midida Hrudayagalu". Soon after these films, Shruti was stereotyped for tear jerking roles in many Kannada films. She won her first Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress for the movie "Aagatha" (1995) directed by Suresh Heblikar.
Achyuth Kumar began training as an actor at Ninasam in the Shimoga district of Karnataka. He worked in theatre, before appearing in films, prior to which he acted in a television soap opera for Girish Kasaravalli. One of successful serials were "Moodala Mane", wherein he played the role of a supportive colleague to the daughter of the Protagonist who finally marries his daughter. He also played the role of the eldest son of a successful Judge (Anant Nag) in the soap "Preethi Illada Mele". He then went on to appear in many Kannada films and a couple of Tamil films. However, it was in the 2013 film "Lucia", that he received widespread appreciation. In the film, he played the role of Shankaranna, who owns a movie theater and the employer of Nikhil, the lead character of the film, played by Sathish Ninasam. He won the award for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film.
In his first film of 2014, "Maanikya", Sharan appeared in a supporting role. In the comedy "Jai Lalitha", he was cast as Jayaraj and appeared in female character as well. G. S. Kumar of "The Times of India" wrote, "It's all Sharan who shines in lady character with excellent mannerism, dialogue delivery and body language." The film however performed average at the box-office. In his final release of the year, "Adyaksha", a romance-comedy, and a remake of the Tamil film "Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam" (2013), he was cast as Chandrashekhara Gowda, and along with his sidekick Narayana (played by Chikkanna), played the role of a villager who creates havoc in the village as the president of an association "Chi Thu Sangha" ("Chinthe Illada Thund Haikla Sangha"), who then falls in love with a landlord's daughter. The film emerged as a major commercial and critical success, with critics acclaiming Sharan's performance. It turned out to be one of Kannada cinema's biggest commercial successes of 2014. His performed earned him a Filmfare Award for Best Actor nomination.
Nag went on to appear as a parallel lead alongside leading actors during the time such as Ambareesh and Rajinikanth in the second half of the 1970s. The year 1980 saw the first collaboration of his with his brother Shankar Nag, who appeared as a parallel lead and the director of "Minchina Ota". The former's performance won him his first Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actor. They further worked together in the latter's directorial films "Janma Janmada Anubandha" (1980), "Nodi Swamy Navirodu Hige" (1985) and "Accident" (1985). The brothers worked together for the last time in Shankar's 1987 directorial hugely popular television series "Malgudi Days", based on a collection of short stories of the same name by R. K. Narayan, in 1987 that aired on Doordarshan. Nag also became known for his collaboration with Benegal following "Ankur" in films such as "Nishant" (1975), "Manthan" (1976), "Sandharbha" (1978), "Kondura" (1978) and "Kalyug" (1981). The lead pair of Nag and actress Lakshmi became widely popular in the 1970s and 1980s after they appeared in popular films such as "Chandanada Gombe" (1979), "Naa Ninna Bidalaare" (1979) and "Makkaliralavva Mane Thumba" (1984) among many others. His performances in "Hosa Neeru" (1986), "Avasthe" (1987) and "Gangavva Gangamayi" (1994) won him three more Best Actor awards at the Karnataka State Film Awards. The decade of 1990s saw him appearing in comic roles and established this image of his with films such as "Ganeshana Maduve" (1990), "Golmaal Radhakrishna" (1990), "Gauri Ganesha" (1991). His second stint in television came in the 2002 Kannada soap opera "Garva". He went on to appear in "Preeti Illada Mele" (2006), "Chitte Hejje" (2013), "Nithyotsava" (2013) and "Lottery" (2013).