Synonyms for koduku or Related words with koduku

iddaru              kapuram              samsaram              mitrulu              kutumbam              ammayilu              devudu              mogudu              rahasyam              chesina              bhale              nallavan              kodalu              kaattu              dongalu              manushulu              geetham              gejje              savaal              ninne              naaku              choodu              neeku              vayasu              krishnudu              thedi              poovum              murattu              yamaleela              maathu              iniyum              theerpu              yamagola              muddula              pillalu              pennu              naanu              vendum              hrudaya              mugguru              swapnam              anandam              choodalani              bandham              njaan              adavi              ninnu              ponnu              sipayi              kanike             



Examples of "koduku"
During touring - the live CD/DVD "Music Pool 2002", her 2nd PV collection Sparkles of light and her 8th single "Koduku na Cowboy" were all released.
The story of the movie is based on the novel "Repati Koduku (Little Rascal)" by Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy. The core plotline and twists in the storyline went on to be used in the Malayalam movie "Minnaram"
He was assistant composer in the magnum opus film Suvarna Sundari (1957). His debut film as a full-fledged music director is "Pala Manasulu" in 1967, though he was credited as a music director in 1963 with NTR's "Savati Koduku".
Sridevi's notable Telugu films include "Konda Veeti Simham", "Kshana Kshanam", "Vetagadu", "Sardar Paparayudu" and "Bobbili Puli". With A. Nageswara Rao, she appeared in movies such as "Mudulla Koduku", "Premabhishekham", "Bangaru Kanuka" and "Premakanuka" as well as "Kanchu Kagada", "Kalavari Samsaram", "Krishnavatharam", "Burripalem Bolludu", "Khaidi Rudrayya", "Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari", "S. P. Parasuram" and "Govinda Govinda".
Senthamizh Paattu is a 1992 Indian Tamil language film written and directed by P. Vasu. The film features Prabhu and Sukanya in the lead roles, while Salim Ghouse plays a supporting role. The film, which has music composed by M. S. Viswanathan and Ilaiyaraaja was a Deepavali release of 1992. The film was remade in Telugu as "Amma Koduku" with Rajasekhar.
Ponniyin Selvan () is a 2005 Indian Tamil drama film written and directed by Radha Mohan. Produced by A. M. Ratnam, it stars his son Ravi Krishna, along with Gopika and Revathi in the lead roles, while Vidyasagar had composed the music for the film. The film is unrelated to the same-titled novel by Kalki Krishnamurthy. It was released in Telugu as "Muddhula koduku"
Kanna Koduku () is a 1973 Telugu, drama film, produced by G. Radhakrishna Murthy, and A. Ramachandra Rao on Viswa Bharathi Productions banner and directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Krishnam Raju and Lakshmi in the lead roles and music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao.
His elder son Ramesh Babu debuted as a full-fledged actor with "Samraat". 1988 was another mediocre year in his professional life because only four "Kaliyuga Karnudu", "Aswaddhama", "Rowdy No 1" and "Mugguru Kodukulu" of his ten releases had average runs. The next year, however, he has acted in successful films like "Koduku Diddina Kapuram", "Saahasamee Naa Oopiri", "Gudachari 117" and "Goondaarajyam".
Bangaru Pichika () is a 1968 Telugu comedy drama film directed by Bapu, produced by Kommana Narayana Rao and written by Mullapudi Venkata Ramana starring Chandra Mohan and Vijaya Nirmala in the lead roles. The music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan. Bapu remade the film as Pelli Koduku in 1994 with Naresh and Divyavani.
Pempudu Koduku (Telugu: పెంపుడు కొడుకు) is a 1953 Telugu drama film directed by L. V. Prasad and produced by A. V. Subbarao. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Savitri, Pushpavalli and Kanda Mohanbabu in the lead roles. The film had musical score by S. Rajeswara Rao.
Agarwal made her Telugu film debut in "Gangotri" with actor Allu Arjun. "Idlebrain.com" stated "She looks pretty tender in the role of Gangotri. Since she has to be shown as a small girl in the first half, the glamour aspect was not touched". Her subsequent releases "Koduku" and "Vidyardhi" failed and received negative reviews.
He is the music director in the Rekha Murali and Arts of comedian B. Padmanabham. He became music director as an independent charge for the first time in "Kanna Koduku" (1961), followed by "Padandi Munduku" (1962), "Manchi Rojulochayi", "Bangaru Timmaraju", "Thotalo Pilla Kotalo Rani", "Loguttu Perumallakeruka" (1966) and many more. He composed some of the memorable songs
"Saath Nibhaana Saathiya" has spawned several different language remakes including "Pudhcha Paul" (Marathi), "Deivam Thandha Veedu" (Tamil), " Chandanamazha" (Malayalam), "Amritavarshini" (Kannada) and "Bodhuboron" (Bengali). "Saath Nibhaana Saathiya" is dubbed into Telugu as "Kodala Kodala Koduku Pellamaa" on MAA TV. Internationally it airs in Sri Lanka dubbed into Sinhala as "Mage Sanda Obai" on Swarnavahini.
Aatish is a 1979 Bollywood Action film produced by Mohan Kumar on EMKAY Enterprises banner, directed by Ambrish Sangal. Starring Jeetendra, Neetu Singh in pivotal roles and music composed by Ravindra Jain. The film is remade as Telugu Movie "Devudichina Koduku" (1980), starring Krishna, Sridevi in lead roles.
Muddula Koduku (English: Loving Son) is a 1979 Telugu, Romance film, produced and directed by V. B. Rajendra Prasad on his Jagapathi Art Pictures banner. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Sridevi, Jayasudha in the lead roles and music composed by K. V. Mahadevan.
Prasad Art Productions or Prasad Art Pictures Private Limited is a movie production house in South India. They produced about 20 films, mostly in Telugu. The company headed by Anumolu Venkata Subba Rao. Their first film was "Pempudu Koduku", directed by L. V. Prasad. "Illarikam", directed by Tatineni Prakash Rao, was their biggest hit of 1959. Other notable films include "Bharya Bharthalu", "Brahmachari", and "Alumagalu".
Vasuki is a 1997 Tamil comedy-drama film directed by Kasthuri Raja. The film features Rajendra Prasad and Urvashi in the lead roles, with Visu, Radha Ravi, Janagaraj, Ramji, Malaysia Vasudevan, Latha, Jayachitra and Thalaivasal Vijay playing supporting roles. The film, produced by G. V. Anandan, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 30 October 1997. The film was dubbed in Telugu as "Pelli Koduku Ammabadunu".
"Petra Manam" was produced by National Pictures, written by Mu. Varadarajan, and shot by G. Vittal Rao. It had choreography by K. N. Dhandayudha Pani, Pillai Thangappan and Muthusami Pillai. According to M. L. Narasimhan of "The Hindu", it was simultaneously filmed in Telugu as "Pempudu Koduku", despite the fact that there is a seven-year release gap between the two films; the latter was released in 1953.
He created many popular songs for films starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao. Through the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Chalapathi Rao & Nageswara Rao gave innumerable hits. Notable among them are "Illarikam" (1959), "Punarjanma" (1963), "Manushulu Mamatalu" (1965), "Navaratri" (1966), "Dharma Daata" (1970) and "Shrimantudu" (1971); together with some real chartbusters in 1972 which include "Datta Putrudu", "Manchi Rojulu Vachhayi" and "Raitu Kutumbam". To the end the pair continued to create music for films including "Kanna Koduku" (1973), "Palletoori Baava" (1973), "Aalu Magalu" (1977) and "Shri Rama Raksha" (1978).
At the age of four, Mahesh visited the sets of the Telugu film "Needa" (1979) where its director Dasari Narayana Rao shot a few sequences of his as a part of the narrative in the presence of the former's brother Ramesh. "Needa" marked his debut as a child actor. During the shoot of "Poratam" (1983) at Vauhini Studios, after watching Mahesh on the sets director Kodi Ramakrishna suggested to Krishna that he cast Mahesh in the role of the protagonist's brother. Initially terrified, Mahesh agreed to act in the film after being persuaded by the film's crew. He went on to act as a child artist in the films "Shankharavam" (1987), "Bazaar Rowdy" (1988), "Mugguru Kodukulu" (1988) and "Gudachari 117" (1989). He played a dual role in the film "Koduku Diddina Kapuram" (1989). Mahesh then appeared in "Bala Chandrudu" (1990), and "Anna Thammudu" (1990). Later, Mahesh continued his college studies.