Synonyms for jotheyali or Related words with jotheyali

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Examples of "jotheyali"
The music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The song "Vizhiyile Mani Vizhiyil" was reused from the song "Jotheyali Jothe Jotheyali" from the 1981 Kannada movie "Geetha".
Sharan debuted his feature film acting with a small role in Siddalingaiah's "Prema Prema Prema". Since then he featured in over 100 films as a comedian and supporting actor. He was mostly noticed for his comic flavor in movies such as "Karpoorada Gombe" (1996), "Friends" (2002), "Monalisa" (2004), "Jothe Jotheyali" (2006), "Pallakki" (2007), "Maleyali Jotheyali" (2009) among several others.
Puneeth sang alone in "Appu", and sang a duet on "Jothe Jotheyali" from "Vamshi". He sang a fast number in "Jackie" and sang in his brother Shiva's films, "Lava Kusha" and "Mylari".
Pa Lill Champs and the new series of Drama Juniors. Serials like Punar Vivaha,Shuba Vivaha,Sreevastu Subhamastu,LuvLavike,Mahadevi,Jothe Jotheyali etc.There is an astrology show called Maharshi Vaani.
Jothe Jotheyali is a 2006 Indian Kannada romance film directed by Dinakar Thoogudeepa and produced by Meena Thoogudeepa. The film stars Prem and Ramya in lead roles. The music for the movie was composed by a debutante music composer V. Harikrishna.
His third film as hero, "Hudugaata", was released on 8 June 2007. His subsequent films have included "Cheluvina Chithara" (2007), "Gaalipata" (2008), "Krishna" (2007), "Aramane" (2008), "Bombaat" (2008), "Sangama" (2008), "Circus" (2009), "Ullasa Utsaha", and "MaLeyali Jotheyali" (2009), "Eno Onthara" (2010), "Kool" (2011), "Maduve Mane" (2011), "Shyloo" (2011), "Munjane", "Romeo" (2012), "Shravani Subramanya" (2013) and "Mungaru Male 2" (2016).
In 2006, After much success in his career he ventured into film production also. He established his own production house "Thoogudeepa productions" and its first film was "Jothe Jotheyali" starring Prem, Ramya and had Darshan in a special appearance. The film was a commercial hit running 150 days in theatres.
Yuvika Chaudhary is an Indian actress who has appeared in Bollywood films such as "Om Shanti Om", "Summer 2007" and "Toh Baat Pakki". In 2009, she also acted in a Kannada movie, "Maleyali Jotheyali", in a lead role opposite Ganesh. In 2015, she was a contestant in the reality TV show "Bigg Boss 9".
Maleyali Jotheyali () is a 2009 Indian Kannada-language film that stars Ganesh, Anjana Sukhani and Yuvika Chaudhary. It is directed by Preetham Gubbi, who also co-wrote the script. Shilpa Ganesh, wife of Ganesh, produced the film under their production house, Golden Movies.
Ganesh won two consecutive Best Actor awards at Filmfare for portraying a sincere lover in the comedy-drama "Gaalipata" (2008) and in the romantic drama "Maleyali Jotheyali" (2012). He is popularly known as "Golden Star" among the film circles and his fans which was coined by director S. Narayan following the success of his directorial "Cheluvina Chittara" (2007).
He has acted in mega blockbuster films are "Mungaru Male" (2006), "Cheluvina Chithara" (2007), "Krishna" (2007), "Gaalipata" (2008), "MaLeyali Jotheyali" (2009), "Shravani Subramanya" (2013) and "Mungaru Male 2" (2016). Alongside he has received critical praise by the both an audience and the critics for his performance.
Ilayaraaja composed the background score for the film and the soundtracks, and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar. The album consists of six soundtracks. Ilayaraja later adapted the track "Jotheyali" as "Vizhiyile Mani" for "Nooravathu Naal" and also as "Jaane Do Na" for the 2007 Hindi film "Cheeni Kum". "Nanna Jeeva" was adapted as "Devan Thandha Veenai" for "Unnai Naan Sandhithen". "Kelade" was adapted as "Devathai Ilam Devi" for "Aayiram Nilave Vaa".
"Jothe Jotheyali" received average to negative reviews from critics upon release on 22 September 2006. R.G. Vijayasarathy of Rediff gave the film one out of five stars and noted that the film lacked a good story and neat narration. "Nowrunning" gave the film a rating of 2/5 and commented that even though the music of the film was good, it lacked a good story and narration.
Undaunted by the commercial failure, Preetam went on to direct his second directorial "Maleyali Jotheyali" starring Ganesh in the lead in 2009. The film opened to the mixed response and was declared a sleeper hit. His next release was "Johny Mera Naam Preethi Mera Kaam" starring Duniya Vijay and Ramya in the lead roles. The film was again a sleeper hit in the box-office.
Dil Rangeela is an 2014 Indian Kannada-language romantic comedy film directed and scripted by Preetham Gubbi. The film stars Ganesh, Rachita Ram and Priyanka Rao in the lead roles. K. Manju produced the film under his production banner K. Manju Cinemaas. The film marks the return of Ganesh and Gubbi together after their previous film "Maleyali Jotheyali" (2009). The original score and soundtrack for the movie were produced by Arjun Janya.
After working behind the camera as an assistant cameraman and in small roles, he received his break in 2001 super-hit "Majestic" which marked the beginning of his successful career. After earning stability and fame in his acting career he forayed into film production and distribution. He established his own production house Thoogudeepa Productions in 2006, which has since been a successful commercial venture. Its first production was "Jothe Jotheyali" with Darshan in a special appearance. An avid animal lover, he is well known for his strong passion for pets, wild animals and owns a private stud in his farmhouse in the far east of Mysuru city.
His first collaboration with director - lyricist Yogaraj Bhat for the film "Gaalipata" (2008) starring Ganesh fetched him his maiden Filmfare award for his successful soundtrack. Another film "Payana" in the same year saw him belting out soft romantic melodies which was appreciated. The year 2009 proved to be more successful for him with back to back successful soundtracks for the films such as "Ambari", "Junglee", "Raam", "Maleyali Jotheyali" and "Raj, The Showman". While in the former film, he debuted as a playback singer, the latter film fetched him his second Filmfare award for best music direction.
V. Harikrishna (born 5 November 1974) is an Indian film score and soundtrack composer, playback singer and film producer. He has mainly scored music for Kannada films. After his stint as a programmer and assistant musician, Harikrishna made his debut as an independent composer in actor Darshan's first production venture "Jothe Jotheyali" in 2006. Since then, he has been scoring for majority of Darshan's films besides working for many other leading production houses. He owns an audio company called "D-Beats" (established: 2013) and produces music under his own company starting from the film "Bulbul" (2013).
In 2006, Harikrishna was first signed up to compose music for actor Darshan's first home production "Jothe Jotheyali". Until this time, Harikrishna was a struggling musician under the protege of actor - director V. Ravichandran. Despite the industry's negative feedback for his move, Darshan went on to sign him as the music director. The film, starring Prem and Ramya in the lead and Darshan in a guest role, was directed by Dinakar Thoogudeepa and had a successful run for about 25 weeks. The film's soundtrack was hugely popular upon release and this immediately silenced the critics. This was immediately followed by the actor's second home production "Navagraha". Since then, Harikrishna has been the official composer for most of the Darshan starrer films and productions. Some of the successful collaborations with Darshan include "Bhoopathi" (2007), "Gaja" (2008), "Porki" (2010), "Prince" (2011), "Saarathi" (2011) and "Chingari" (2012) to name a few.
Anjana Sukhani put her academic pursuits behind to pursue acting. During the early years of her career, she was cast in a television advertisement for Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates with the Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan. She was also noted for her performance in the remixed Hindi music video for the song "Ghar Jayegi". Even though she does not have a film industry related background, she has figured in sizeable roles like in the 2007 multi-starrer blockbuster film "", following which she starred in "Golmaal Returns", a sequel to the 2006 hit film "Golmaal". Her other releases were "Jai Veeru", "Jashnn" and her Kannada debut film "Maleyali Jotheyali" alongside Ganesh and Yuvika Chaudhary. She has been cast in Tollywood actor Ravi Teja's film "Don Seenu" marking her entry into Tollywood. She is going to debut in Marathi cinema opposite Swapnil Joshi in Swapna Waghmare Joshi's film.