Synonyms for koodamo or Related words with koodamo

ennodishtam              swargathil              nanmakal              kanninum              snehamulla              pahayan              cheppu              abhinandanam              snehicha              arhatha              raavukal              mariakutty              puthri              kathreena              pareeksha              yudhabhoomi              bandhangal              swapnangal              bhoomiyile              pambaram              sandarbham              velluvili              sookshikkuka              veettile              gurutharam              iniyenkilum              shesham              yaathra              idanilangal              virunnukari              vanadevatha              ellarum              agnivyooham              mallanum              minimol              njaan              thumbolarcha              kamaladalam              kannadikkum              nyayavidhi              chollanu              pennu              agninakshathram              nirangal              njangal              thankakudam              manathe              rathimanmadhan              muhoortham              monagadu             



Examples of "koodamo"
Mavelikkara Ponnamma (died 6 September 1995) was an Indian actress in Malayalam movies. She was one of the prominent supporting actress in late 1970s and 1990s in Malayalam movies. She is noted for her performance in "Ulladakkam" (1991), "Aakasha Kottayile Sultan" (1991) and "Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo" (1992).
Ennodishtam Koodamo is a 1992 Malayalam filmromantic comedy film by Kamal made in India, starring Mukesh, Madhoo, Suvarna Mathew and Telugu actor J. D. Chakravarthy. The film is considered as an All time Block Buster in Mukesh's career. It is the debut movie of Malayalam actor Dileep, who played a small part. Dileep and Lal Jose assisted Kamal for direction, and both became successful later, as an actor and an independent director, respectively.
He debuted in 1989 through Ram Gopal Verma's debut Telugu film, "Siva" as J.D., as one of the student leader, and in the same year appeared in a supporting role in the Malayalam film "Ennodishtam Koodamo" before devoting all his time to films under his mentor's Ram Gopal Verma's production. His first Hindi film in a lead role, released in theaters on 3 July 1998. "Satya" was critically acclaimed and was a commercial blockbuster.
It was a turning point in his life. He then acted in more than 100 films including one Hindi film (Meena Bazar). Some of his majors hits include "Idavela, Auto Brothers, Pranayanilavu, AakashaGanga, Mayajalam, Gazal, Kulapathi, Ayushkalam, Thalasthanam, Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo, Kasargode Kather Bayi, Ottayal Pattalam, Agnisalabhangal, Ganamela, News, Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu, Puli Varunne Puli, Ayanam,NeramPularumbol,Pachakkuthira,Udayoan,Naran, Lion,Hitler,Cabinet,Keerthanam, Oru Kadamkatha Pole ,Samagamam, Gloria Fernandez from USA, Good Boys, Mimics — Super 1000, Ishtamanu Nooruvattom, Mookillaa Rajyathu, Priyankari, KL7 – 95 – Ernakulam North, Mazhavil Koodaram, Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Samudhayam, Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu, Chronic Bachelor, Pattalam, Mazanagudiyil Mannadiyar Speaking".
She returned to big screen in 1989 with the K P Kumaran directed Award winning movie "Rugmini" which had the story by Madhavikutty. Later she starred in movies like Jayaraj’s "Akasakottayile Sultan"- with Srinivasan, Kamal’s "Ennodishtam Koodamo"- with Mukesh, Madhubhala, Kamal’s "Ulladakkam" with Mohanlal, Shobhana etc., Siby Malayil’s Lohithadas scripted "Valayam" with Murali, Manoj K Jayan etc., T.V Chandrans’ "Ponthan Mada" with Mammootty, "Sasinas" based on Vaikom Muhammad Basheer’s life story with Asokhan, "Kidilol Kidilam" with Narendra Prasad, Rajan P Dev and Rekha, "Thalamura" with Narendra Prasad, Madhu and Anju, "Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu" with Urvashi, Ratheesh, Vinayaprasad, Sathyan Anthikkad’s "Samooham" with Suresh Gopi, Suhasini Manirathnam etc.
Mukesh made his debut in the film "Balloon" (1982). He gained prominence for both his comedy and drama centred roles. Mukesh's role as Gopalakrishnan in "Ramji Rav Speaking" (1989) saw a rebirth in his career, a new type of stock character emerged based on Mukesh's stardom. A youthful, funny, and fraudulent young man who had to go against the law due to life's pressures and circumstances. This period saw the shift of Mukesh as a bankable lead actor, especially due to the box-office success of "In Harihar Nagar" (1990) and "Godfather" (1991). This led to a series of low-budget comedy films such as "Innathe Programme" (1991), "Ennodishtam Koodamo" (1992), "Ammayane Sathyam" (1993), "Poochakkaru Mani Kettum" (1994), "Malappuram Haji Mahanaya Joji" (1994), and "Sipayi Lahala" (1995).
Dileep started his career at Kalabhavan, working as a mimicry artist. He also performed in Asianet's comedy show "Comicola". Later he got a chance to be the assistant director to Kamal. While being an assistant director, Dileep did some small roles, debuting with just a small scene in Kamal's "Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo" (1992). He recommended his name to many directors. The film "Manathe Kottaram" (1994), directed by Sunil, gave him the first break and his screen name "Dileep" came into place through the character of the same name that he played. Other minor roles during this time included Joshi's "Sainyam" (1993), Sibi Malayil's "Sindoora Rekha" (1995), Viji Thampi's "Pidakozhi Koovunna Nootand" (1994), Kamal's "Ulladakkam" (1993) and "Sudhinam" (1994),"Thooval Kottaram" (1996), "Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran" (1996), "Ee Puzhayum Kadannu" in 1996. "Sallapam" (1996) gave him the much needed break and he became a recognisable figure in the movie industry.. He played a supporting role in I. V. Sasi's "Varnapakittu" in 1997."Punjabi House" (1998) was a major success for the actor and it saw the beginning of the popular Dileep-Harishri Asokan combo. His other films "Meenathil Thalikettu" (1998) and "Chandranudikkunna Dikhil" (1999) also fared well.