Synonyms for muddula or Related words with muddula

iddaru              mogudu              koduku              pillalu              mookkuthi              paravaigal              kapuram              cheppu              vayasu              ithu              poratam              manathe              nallavan              ullasa              kodalu              iniyum              poocha              samsaram              sookshikkuka              sundaran              appunni              kaaval              thalattu              kutumbam              varavu              bullodu              kaattu              swantham              murattu              kondaveeti              theerpu              kudumba              maathu              rajavu              illatha              puthu              savaal              mitrulu              geetham              ponnu              dongalu              sukham              swapnam              thedi              muddina              kallan              mugguru              njaan              intlo              velai             



Examples of "muddula"
This film was remade as "Thoovalsparsham" (1990) in Malayalam, as "Chinnari Muddula Papa" (1990) in Telugu, as "Asathal" (2001) in Tamil and "Heyy Babyy" (2007) in Hindi.
"Nokkethadhoorathu Kannum Nattu" was subsequently remade by Fazil in Tamil titled "Poove Poochooda Vaa" (1985), and in Telugu as "Muddula Manavaraalu" (1986) by another director.
Muddula Krishnaiah is a 1986 Telugu film produced by S. Gopal Reddy by Bhargav Art Productions banner and directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. The movie stars Nandamuri Balakrishna, Vijayashanti, and Radha in the lead roles, with music by K. V. Mahadevan.
Muddula Menalludu is a 1990 Telugu drama film produced by S. Gopal Reddy on Bhargav Art Productions banner and directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. Nandamuri Balakrishna and Vijayashanti play the lead roles, and the music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan.
In later years she continued to act in pivotal roles in many hit movies like Tatamma Kala, Mangammagari Manavadu, Gadasari Atta sogasari Kodallu, Muddula Manavaralu, Bamma Maata bangaru Baata, Peddarikam and Pelli kanuka.
Narasimha Rao teamed up with the comedy actor Rajendra Prasad for 32 films, including hits like "Gundammagari Krishnulu", "Dabbevariki Chedu", "Chinnodu Peddodu", "Mama Alludu", "Iddaru Pellala Muddula Police", and "Edurinti Mogudu Pakkinti Pellam".
Two of Narasimha Rao's biggest hit comedies were the Telugu films "Iddaru Pellala Muddula Police" and "Edurinti Mogudu Pakkinti Pellam", both from 1991. These hits paved the way for his foray into Kannada and Tamil cinema. He was invited to remake the two Telugu hits into Kannada in 1992. "Iddaru Pellala Muddula Police" was remade as "Ibbaru Hendira Muddina Police" and "Edurinti Mogudu Pakkinti Pellam" was remade as "Edurmaneli Ganda Pakkadmaneli Hendthi". Both the films starred Kannada actor Shashi Kumar and both were runaway hits in Kannada.
Her glamour roles, under the direction of K. Raghavendra Rao and A. Kodandarami Reddy, in films like "Challenge", "Kondaveeti Raja", "Pasivadi Pranam", "Rudranetra", "Muddula Krishnaiah", "Agni Parvatam", "Swayamkrushi", "Yamudiki Mogudu", "Athaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu", "Muddula Mavayya", "Kondaveeti Donga", and "Gang Leader" establishing herself as one of the top actress of Telugu cinema, and being cited in the media as one of the nation's most popular and attractive personalities of the 1980s. "Padamati Sandhya Ragam" a Jandhyala directorial film is another penny in her kitty where she looks and performs as a traditional Telugu girl who falls love with an American guy("Thomas Jane").
A Tamil remake was made by Fazil himself as "Poove Poochooda Vaa", in which Nadia Moidu and Padmini reprises their roles. Mohanlal's role was done by S. V. Shekhar. The film was a commercial success. It was also remade in Telugu as "Muddula Manavaraalu" (1986), directed by Jandhyala Subramanya Sastry.
Rendu Pondatti Kaavalkaaran is a 1992 Tamil comedy film directed by Relangi Narasimha Rao. The film features Anand Babu in a dual role, Rohini, Vaidehi and Devipriya in lead roles. The film, produced by P. Balaraman, had musical score by Raj-Koti and was released on 7 February 1992. The film was a remake of director's own Telugu film "Iddaru Pellala Muddula Police".
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.
Relangi Narasimha Rao (30 September 1951) is an Indian film director and screenwriter predominantly known in Telugu cinema. He is well known for his comedy films, especially his collaborations with actors Chandra Mohan and Rajendra Prasad. His notable movies include "Iddaru Pellala Muddula Police", "Edurinti Mogudu Pakkinti Pellam", "Police Bharya", "Chinnodu Peddodu", "Dabbevariki Chedu", "Samsaaram", "Mama Alludu", and "Gundammagari Krishnulu".
Muddula Priyudu (English: Lovely Lover; ) is a 1994 Telugu, drama film, produced by K.Krishnamohana Rao on R.K. Film Associates and directed by K.Raghavendra Rao. Starring Venkatesh, Ramya Krishna, Rambha in the lead roles and music composed by M. M. Keeravani. The film was "flop" at the box office. It was dubbed in Tamil as "Sabash Ramu" and in Hindi as "Sajna Doli Leke Aana".
Muddula Mogadu (English: Loving Husband) is a 1983 Telugu, drama film, produced by Cherukuri Prakash Rao on Maheeja Films banner and directed by K. S. Prakash Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Sridevi in the lead roles and music composed by S. Rajeswara Rao.
Iddaru Attala Muddula Alludu () is a 2006 Telugu, comedy film, produced by Smt. Gabbita Sudarmana on Siva Shakti Films banner and directed by Dev Anand. Starring Rajendra Prasad, Keerthi Chawla, Kovai Harathi, Suman, Seetha, Kovai Sarala in the lead roles and music composed by Prasad. The film was loosely inspired from Tamil film "Summa Irunga Machan".
"Trois hommes et un couffin" was remade in English as "Three Men and a Baby" in 1987 which was subsequently adapted as"Thoovalsparsham" (1990) in Malayalam which was then remade in Telugu as "Chinnari Muddula Papa", into "Asathal" (2001) in Tamil and "Heyy Babyy" (2007) in Hindi.
B. Vittalacharya cast him in a negative role in "Kanaka Durga Pooja Mahima". He fit the role to a T; from then on, Satyanarayana grew to infinite bounds in establishing himself in villain roles. Satyanarayana established "Rama Films" production house and made films such as "Kodama Simham", "Bangaru Kutumbam", and "Muddula Mogudu". In 1996, he stepped into politics with TDP winning Lok Sabha elections from Machilipatnam constituency.
Muddula Mavayya is a 1989 Telugu drama film produced by S. Gopal Reddy on Bhargav Art Productions banner, directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Vijayashanti in the lead roles and music composed by K. V. Mahadevan. The film recorded as "Industry Hit" at box office. The film was a remake of Tamil film "En Thangachi Padichava". It was remade in Hindi as "Aaj Ka Arjun" starring Amitabh Bachchan, in Kannada as "Ravimama" starring V. Ravichandran.
Thoovalsparsham (English: "Feather Touch") is a 1990 Malayalam film directed by Kamal and written by Kaloor Dennis, inspired by the 1987 American film "Three Men and a Baby" which itself was based on the 1985 French movie "Three Men and a Cradle" . The film stars Jayaram, Suresh Gopi, Mukesh, and Saikumar in the lead roles. It was remade in Telugu as "Chinnari Muddula Papa", in Tamil as "Asathal" and in Hindi as "Heyy Babyy".
Kodi Ramakrishna is an Indian film director and writer known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema, and a few Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi films. One of the prolific film director in Telugu, Kodi Ramakrishna has directed a wide range of films, in a variety of genres such as drama films; "Intlo Ramayya Veedilo Krishnayya" (1982), "Mangamma Gari Manavadu" (1984), "Thalambralu" (1986), "Aahuthi" (1987), "Bharatamlo Bala Chandrudu" (1988), "Station Master" (1988), "Muddula Mavayya" (1989), "Maa Aavida Collector" (1996), "Pelli" (1997), and "Dongaata" (1997).