Synonyms for janmada or Related words with janmada

yaava              illada              bhagyada              nirangal              makkalu              thirunaal              veliye              iniyum              pareeksha              onnam              nanmakal              mahime              swargathil              kuchela              kondu              anandha              manathe              thayi              keralida              snehicha              pengal              thumbolarcha              kannukal              bandhangal              paadum              baduku              hrudaya              aparaajitha              mangalya              swapnangal              muthuchippikal              naanu              virunnukari              gowravam              banthu              sookshikkuka              neeku              magalukku              njaan              maakkam              nyayavidhi              mareyada              sreemad              swargam              raavukal              puthu              puthri              vachina              enikku              kaattu             



Examples of "janmada"
Janma Janmada Anubandha () is a 1980 Indian Kannada Thriller - drama film directed, co-produced and scripted by Shankar Nag. The film has an ensemble cast including Ananth Nag, Shankar Nag, Jayanthi, Jayamala and Manjula in the lead roles.
He directed other successful films like "Yaava Janmada Maithri", (1972), "Beluvalada Madilalli" (1975), "Besuge" (1976), "Hombisilu" (1978), "Putani Agent 123" (1979) and "Mouna Geethe" (1985). Having directed 40 films during his career, he was awarded the Puttanna Kanagal Award for expertise in direction. He also directed three Tulu language films and one Hindi film, "Anmol Sitaare".
Yaava Janmada Maitri () is a 1972 Kannada language romantic drama film directed by Geethapriya and starring Gangadhar and Kalpana in the lead roles. The film is a direct screen adaptation of the novel "Jeevana Chaduranga" written by the novelist Ma. Bhi. She. Actress Vaishali Kasaravalli made her debut in film acting with this film, pairing opposite comedy actor Narasimharaju.
Mahesh Rao started his career as an assistant director to acclaimed director K.M.Chaitanya for his T.V show Ee Prashne. He acted in veteran director Nagabharana's T.V serial Joku Joke. After this he assisted Sunil Kumar Singh for his serials Godhooli, Thulasi, Yava Janmada Maithri for 6 years along with acting in those serials too.
She made her film debut with "Yaava Janmada Maitri" followed by "Professor Huchuraya" in 1972. Her popular films are Akramana, Yarigu Helbedi, Kittu Puttu, "Kubi Matthu Iyala", Angaialli Apsare, Kraurya, Hombisilu, Swamy, Thabarana Kathe, Ksheera Sagara, Anukolakkoba Ganda, Asegoba Meesegobba, Mooru Daarigalu, Mahadasoshi Sharana Basava, Chandramuki Pranasaki, Panjarada Gili, Hoovondhu Beku Ballige, Vigneswarana Vahana, Shanker Guru, Palitamsha, Parivarthana, Sparsha, Nigatha, Ganeshana Maduve, Gauri Ganesha, Thavarumane Udugore, No 73 Shanthinivasa and others. Her performance as the leading lady in Aakramana directed by Girish Kasaravalli won her laurels and also a state government award for the Best actress.
Shankar began his directorial with "Minchina Ota". This won him seven state awards, including the best film. And then came a series of films directed by him. Janma Janmada Anubandha, Geetha, "Accident" (which won many state and national awards), "Ondu Muttina Kathe" (with Rajkumar in the lead – loosely based on John Steinbeck's novel "The Pearl"), "Nodi Swamy Navirodu Hige", "Lalach" and "Hosa Theerpu (remake of Dushman" – his only directorial remake).His film accident has treated as a landmark and revolutionary in the Indian Cinema.
Shankar Nag then shifted base to Karnataka. His elder brother Ananth Nag had already established himself as an actor and urged Shankar to act in films. He was offered a role of a mercenary by Girish Karnad in the epic movie, "Ondanondu Kaladalli", which was loosely based on Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece, "Seven Samurai". His debut film as actor fetched him a national award at the Delhi International Film Festival. Thus began his film career, where, in a span of 12 years (from 1978 to 1990) he acted in some 80 Kannada movies, as a leading man, besides co-producing (with actor-brother Anant Nag) and directing some films like "Minchina Ota" (a rare example of a heist movie in Kannada), "Janma Janmada Anubandha" and "Geetha" (both of which had music by South Indian maestro Ilayaraja).
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).