Synonyms for katesindi or Related words with katesindi

vinnava              chillarakottu              rakkuyil              manimuthu              hennina              bharyayum              premikkunnu              gadusu              rowdylu              thiramai              varadhakshina              pottelu              kalavari              kirayi              nanalla              poochasanyasi              kuravayum              sosagara              idiyum              ezhuthapurangal              raajavembaala              premalekhalu              nannade              vanarasena              aalemane              kottampuram              kashtipathar              kolakomban              bhadradeepam              niraye              yavvanam              kattinu              theenalangal              penpoovu              parivarthanam              thamaraigal              korikale              aadyakiranangal              thakilu              madanolsavam              kaahalam              monagadu              makanum              manithali              dhagam              ninnishttam              akkarappacha              aparaajitha              swargaputhri              theekkali             



Examples of "katesindi"
Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu (Tamil: மயங்குகிறாள் ஒரு மாது) is a 1975 Indian Tamil film, directed by S. P. Muthuraman and produced by S. Baskar. The film stars R. Muthuraman, Sujatha, Thengai Srinivasan and Vijayakumar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar. The film was remade in Kannada as "Baalu Jenu" with Rajinikanth portraying Thengai Srinivasan's character in Kannada version and it was also remade in Telugu as "Yavvanam Katesindi" and in Hindi as "Bezubaan".
Yavvanam Katesindi is a 1976 Telugu drama film directed by Dasari Narayana Rao and produced by Vijaya Bapineedu. The film stars Krishnam Raju, Jayachitra and Murali Mohan in the lead roles. The music was composed by Chakravarthy. The film was a remake of 1975 Tamil film "Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu". Vijaya Bapineedu wanted "Chedina Aadadi" (literally Filthy Woman) to be the title of the film, but P. Pullaiah who was a member of Central Board of Film Certification did not accept the title. The film is a blockbuster.
Krishnam acted in "Bantrotu Bharya" which marks the first collaboration of Krishnam Raju with Dasari Narayana Rao. Later he acted in the critically acclaimed film "Krishnaveni" opposite Vanisri directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao. The film marks the debut of Krishnam Raju as a producer made under his own production house Gopi Krishna Movies. Later he acted in "Parivartana" opposite Jamuna, Kanchana and Lakshmi and in "Bharati" opposite Jamuna, "Iddaru Iddare" and "Yavvanam Katesindi". Later he acted in "Bhakta Kannappa" portraying the roles of Arjuna and Kannappa Nayanar directed by Bapu which is the unique Telugu film to win National Film Award for Best Audiography. Later he acted in "Kurukshetram" portraying the role of Karna directed by Kamalakara Kameswara Rao. Later he acted in "Amaradeepam" which marks the first collaboration of Krishnam Raju with K. Raghavendra Rao. The film earned him Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu) and Nandi Award for Best Actor for the year 1977. Later he acted in films such as "Jeevana Teeralu", "Manushulu Chesina Dongalu" and "Sati Savitri". Later he acted in the lavishly made "Katakataala Rudraiah" which grossed made on a budget of . Later he acted in "Mana Voori Pandavulu" which was produced by him and Jaya Krishna. The film garnered Filmfare Best Film Award (Telugu) for the year 1978 and Krishnam Raju shared the award with Jaya Krishna. "Katakataala Rudraiah" and "Mana Voori Pandavulu" were released within a gap of 10 days and both the films became blockbusters. Later he acted in films such as "Ramabanam", "Andadu Aagadu" in which he acts in a role of a spy which is parallel to James Bond and the film became a smash hit. Later he acted in "Rangoon Rowdy", "Shri Vinayaka Vijayamu" portraying the role of Lord Shiva. Later he acted in films such as "Shivamettina Satyam", "Kalyana Chakravarti" and "Alludu Pattina Bharatam" which was directed by K. Viswanath. Later he acted in "Sita Ramulu", "Bebbuli" and "Prema Tarangalu", the Telugu remake of 1978 Bollywood blockbuster "Muqaddar Ka Sikandar". In 1981, he acted in "Aadavaallu Meeku Joharlu" directed by K. Balachander. In the same year he acted in "Agni Poolu" which was based on Yaddanapudi Sulochana Rani's novel of the same name. Later he acted in the musical hit, "Puli Bidda", "Taxi Driver", "Ragile Jwala", "Guvvala Janta", "Rama Lakshmanulu", "Madhura Swapnam", "Talli Kodukula Anubandham", "Nipputo Chelagaatam", "Golconda Abbulu", "Jaggu", "Pralaya Rudrudu" and critically acclaimed "Trishulam". Later he acted in "Nijam Chebite Nerama!", "Adavi Simhalu", "Puli Bebbuli", "Kotikokkadu" and "Dharmaatmudu".
Krishnam Raju acted in "Bantrotu Bharya" which marks the first collaboration of Krishnam Raju with Dasari Narayana Rao. Later he acted in the critically acclaimed film "Krishnaveni" opposite Vanisri directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao. The film marks the debut of Krishnam Raju as a producer, the film was produced under his own production house Gopi Krishna Movies. Later he acted in "Parivartana" opposite Jamuna, Kanchana and Lakshmi and in "Bharati" opposite Jamuna, "Iddaru Iddare" and "Yavvanam Katesindi". Later he acted in "Bhakta Kannappa" portraying the roles of Arjuna and Kannappa Nayanar directed by Bapu which is the unique Telugu film to win National Film Award for Best Audiography. Later he acted in the crime drama "Manchiki Maro Peru". Later he acted in "Kurukshetram" portraying the role of Karna directed by Kamalakara Kameswara Rao. Later he acted in "Amaradeepam" which marks the first collaboration of Krishnam Raju with K. Raghavendra Rao. The film earned him Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu) and Nandi Award for Best Actor for the year 1977. Later he acted in films such as "Jeevana Teeralu", "Manushulu Chesina Dongalu" and "Sati Savitri". Later he acted in the lavishly made "Katakataala Rudraiah" which grossed made on a budget of . Later he acted in "Mana Voori Pandavulu" which was produced by him and Jaya Krishna. The film garnered Filmfare Best Film Award (Telugu) for the year 1978 and Krishnam Raju shared the award with Jaya Krishna. "Katakataala Rudraiah" and "Mana Voori Pandavulu" were released within a gap of 10 days and both the films became blockbusters. Later he acted in films such as "Ramabanam", "Andadu Aagadu" in which he acts in a role of a spy which is parallel to James Bond and the film became a smash hit. Later he acted in "Rangoon Rowdy", "Shri Vinayaka Vijayamu" portraying the role of Lord Shiva. Later he acted in films such as "Shivamettina Satyam", "Kalyana Chakravarti" and "Alludu Pattina Bharatam" which was directed by K. Viswanath. Later he acted in "Sita Ramulu", "Bebbuli" and "Prema Tarangalu", the Telugu remake of 1978 Bollywood blockbuster "Muqaddar Ka Sikandar". In 1981, he acted in "Aadavaallu Meeku Joharlu" directed by K. Balachander. In the same year he acted in "Agni Poolu" which was based on Yaddanapudi Sulochana Rani's novel of the same name. Later he acted in the musical hit, "Puli Bidda", "Taxi Driver", "Ragile Jwala", "Guvvala Janta", "Rama Lakshmanulu", "Madhura Swapnam", "Talli Kodukula Anubandham", "Nipputo Chelagaatam", "Golconda Abbulu", "Jaggu", "Pralaya Rudrudu" and critically acclaimed "Trishulam". Later he acted in "Nijam Chebite Nerama!", "Adavi Simhalu", "Puli Bebbuli", "Kotikokkadu" and "Dharmaatmudu".