Synonyms for maduve or Related words with maduve

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Examples of "maduve"
He is very famous for serials: Danda Pindagalu, Daridra Lakshmiyaru, Maduve Maduve, Devru Devru etc.
2000 - Maduve Madi Nodu from Nan Hendthi Chennagidale (Kannada)
Maduve Maduve Maduve (Kannada: ಮದುವೆ ಮದುವೆ ಮದುವೆ) is a 1969 Indian Kannada film, directed by Geethapriya and produced by Boraiah and Sharadamma Vasanna. The film stars Udaykumar, Jayanthi, B M Venkatesh and Poornima in lead roles. The film had musical score by Chellapilla Satyam.

"Eredane maduve" has been a surprise hit where he acted in a lead role with Suhasini Maniratnam.
He is particularly popular amongst a section of audience for his out of box narration movies. His very popular Kannada movies are Ganesha Subramanya, Gauri Ganesha, Ganeshana Maduve, Ganesha I Love You, Ganesha Matthe Banda.etc. Ananth Nag was a common lead actor in his movies always. Ganeshana Maduve was based on Telugu writer Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy's comedy novel "Vinayaka Rao Pelli".
Her other films "Muttina Haara" (1990) with Vishnuvardhan directed by Rajendra Singh Babu, "Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu" (1983) directed by K. Balchander, "Hendthig Helthini" and "Amruthavarshini" directed by Dinesh Babu were runaway hits in addition to her work in "Mathad Mathad Mallige" with Vishnuvardhan directed by Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar, "Eradane Maduve" and its sequel "Mathondu Maduve" directed by Dinesh Baboo.
He was a lover of theatre and acted in hundreds of plays. His roles in the plays, Tippu Sultan and Mudukana Maduve, brought him acclaim.
Eradane Maduve is a 2010 Indian Kannada comedy movie directed by Dinesh Baboo starring Ananth Nag, Suhasini Maniratnam, Tara and Jennifer Kotwal in the lead roles.
Maduve Impossible () is an upcoming Kannada movie directed by Pannaga Bharana, in his first film as a director. The film stars Shivrajkumar and Radhika Pandit in lead roles.
Maduve Aagona Baa is 2001 Kannada film starring Shivarajkumar, Laya, and Shilpi in lead roles. It was a remake of Telugu film "Pellichesukundam " (1998)
A reference is made to the incident where Sunil Gavaskar batted left handed against Raghuram Bhat in the Kannada movie Ganeshana Maduve.
Vijaya Vauhini Studios remade the film in Kannada as "Maduve Madi Nodu" (1965). It was directed by Hunsur Krishnamurthy and features Rajkumar and Leelavathi in the lead roles. "Maduve Madi Nodu" was a profitable venture. Prasad remade the film in Hindi as "Shaadi Ke Baad" (1972), in which Jeetendra, Rakhee and Shatrughan Sinha reprised the roles played by Rama Rao, Varalakshmi and Ranga Rao in the original. "Shaadi Ke Baad" underperformed at the box office.
Life in vataras is portrayed in some Kannada films, e.g. "Ganeshana Maduve" directed by Phani Ramachandra. A popular TV serial in Kannada called "Vatara" (featuring the popular actor ""Comedy Time"" Ganesh) portrayed life in a vatara in Bangalore.
Kannada director Phani Ramachandra has made 3 Kannada movies based on his novels namely - "Ganeshana Maduve" , "Gauri Ganesha" and "Nanendu Nimmavane". Also his movie "Ganesha I Love You" had core plot elements adapted from the novel "Rendu Rella Aaru".
A Hindu wedding is regionally called "Thirumanam or kalyaanam"(Tamil:திருமணம்-கல்யாணம்), "Vivaham or kalyaanam"(Malayalam:വിവാഹം - കല്യാണം), "vivaha" (Hindi: विवाह), (Bengali : বিবাহ), (Kannada: ಮದುವೆ (Maduve)), (Telugu: పెళ్లి (pelli), మనువు (manuvu), వివాహం (vivaaham), కళ్యాణం (kalyaanam)).
Gayathri Maduve (Kannada: ಗಾಯತ್ರಿ ಮದುವೆ) is a 1983 Indian Kannada film, directed by B Mallesh and produced by Lakshman The film stars Anant Nag, Ambika, Roopadevi and Tiger Prabhakar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Rajan-Nagendra.
In 1983, Simha started another theatre group called "Vedhike" in which his one man show "Typical Kailasam" became a huge success. It was the first amateur Kannada play to be performed abroad. It saw several shows in United States of America, Canada, and England creating history. Some of the other notable plays which made news through "Vedhike" are "Meese Bandoru", "Bhairavi", "Karna". "Rasa Rishi Kuvempu", "Macbeth", "Maduve Maduve", "Haavu Yeni" and "8/15". Among these, "Rasa Rishi Kuvempu" based on the life and literature of Kuvempu, is now made into a film, directed by Simha's son Rithwik Simha, in which Simha plays the role of Kuvempu.
Bhale Mogudu Bhale Pellam (English: "What a Husband! What a Wife!") is a 2011 Telugu, comedy film, produced by Jonnada Ramana Murthy on Usha Charan Creations banner and directed by Dinesh Babu. Starring Rajendra Prasad, Suhasini, Kaveri Jha in the lead roles and music composed by E. S. Murthy. The film is remake of Kannada film "Eradane Maduve" (2011).
He has made 3 Kannada movies based on the novels of Telugu writer Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy namely - "Ganeshana Maduve" , "Gauri Ganesha" and "Nanendu Nimmavane". Also his movie "Ganesha I Love You" was based on the story by actor Vishnuvardhan with core plot elements adapted from the novel "Rendu Rella Aaru" by Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy.
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).