Synonyms for kodallu or Related words with kodallu
Examples of "kodallu"
" as mother of Jayasudha and Malasri
In later years she continued to act in pivotal roles in many hit movies like Tatamma Kala, Mangammagari Manavadu, Gadasari Atta sogasari
, Muddula Manavaralu, Bamma Maata bangaru Baata, Peddarikam and Pelli kanuka.
In the beginning days in the Telugu film industry he was a lead actor in "Srushti Rahasyalu", "Oorikicchina Maata", "Bhogi Mantalu", "Konte
" and others. He then started doing comedy roles which fit him well. He is famous for his peculiar voice modulation. He became a popular comedian in the 1980s and 90s by his dialogue pronunciation.
Chadalavada Kutumba Rao, popularly known as Chadalavada (died 1968), was a Tollywood actor well known for his comedian roles. He appeared in many Telugu films. The prominent among them are: Aada Paduchu, Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu, Bharya Bharthalu, Jayabheri, Krishna Leelalu (1959), Maya Bazaar, Palletooru, Parivartana, Pelli Naati Pramanalu, Sri Krishnarjuna Yudham (1963), Thirupathamma Katha (1963 ), and Thodi
The other movies based on his novel were "Nishkriti", and "Apne Paraye" (1980) by Basu Chatterjee, starring Amol Palekar. The Telugu film "Thodi
" (1957) is also based on this novel. Gulzar's 1975 film, "Khushboo" is majorly inspired by his work "Pandit Mashay". The 1961 Telugu film "Vagdanam" by Acharya Atreya is loosely based on his novel "Datta". Also the 2011 film "Aalo Chhaya" is based on his short story, "Aalo O Chhaya".
Engal Veettu Mahalakshmi () is a 1957 Tamil drama film, produced by D. Madhusudhana Rao under Annapurna Pictures and directed by Adurthi Subba Rao. The film is based on Sharat Chandra Chatterjee's Bengali novel "Nishkruti" which was first remade as Telugu movie Thodi
(1957); both the movies are made simultaneously by same banner & director and some of the scenes & artists are same in both versions. The film won the Certificate of merit for Best Feature Film in Telugu.
(English: "Co-Sisters") is a 1957 Telugu drama film, produced by D. Madhusudhana Rao under Annapurna Pictures and directed by Adurthi Subba Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Savitri in the lead roles and music composed by Master Venu. The film is based on Sharat Chandra Chatterjee's Bengali novel "Nishkruti" which was simultaneously remade as Tamil Movie "Engal Veettu Mahalakshmi" (1957); both the movies are made simultaneously by same banner & director and some of the scenes & artists are same in both versions. The film won the Certificate of merit for Best Feature Film in Telugu.
Rao has made his foray as a character actor in super-hits such as "Mana Desam" (1949), "Palletoori Pilla" (1950), "Devadasu" (1953), "Bangaru Papa" (1954), "Raju Peda" (1954), "Thodi
" (1957), "Chenchu Lakshmi" (1958), "Pelli Naati Pramanalu" (1958), "Nammina Bantu" (1959), "Gundamma Katha" (1962), "Karpagam" (1963), "Naanum Oru Penn" (1963), "Bobbili Yudham" (1964), "Bandhavyalu" (1968), "Lakshmi Nivasam" (1968), "Prem Nagar" (1971), and "Dussehra Bullodu" (1971). In his honor, the Andhra Pradesh Government has instituted the S. V. Ranga Rao Award for Best Character Actor.
She is best known for her works in award-winning films such as Devadasu (1953), Ardhangi (1955), Missamma (1955), Donga Ramudu (1955), Amara Deepam (1956), Thodi
(1957), Mayabazaar (1957), Abhimanam (1958), Mangalya Balam (1958), Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1959), Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam (1960), Chivaraku Migiledi (1960), Manchi Manasulu (1961), Aradhana (1962), Gundamma Katha (1962), Rakta Tilakam (1963), Mooga Manasulu (1963), Doctor Chakravarthy (1964), Pooja Phalam (1964), Devata (1965), Pandava Vanavasam (1965), Kanya Sulkam, Naadi Aada Janme, Prana Mitrulu (1967), Varakatnam (1968), Maro Prapancham (1970), Manase Mandiram (1966) and Jagan Mohini (1978).
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