Synonyms for mudichu or Related words with mudichu
Examples of "mudichu"
is a 1991 Tamil film directed by R. Sundarrajan. The film stars Murali in the lead role Sindhu.
The movie is the debut in Tamil for lead female Kalpana who is also sister of actress Urvashi who made her debut with K. Bhagyaraj in 1983 "Mundhanai
(English: "Saree Knot") is a 1983 Tamil comedy drama film directed and acted by K. Bhagyaraj along with Urvasi in the lead roles. The movie marked the debut of Urvashi in Tamil cinema.
" theme song was written by lyricist Vairamuthu and composed by Kumar and Pandiyan. Other music for the serial is provided by G. V. Kalaikathir. It also airs in Sri Lanka on the Tamil channel Vasantham TV.
In 1976, Sridevi started her first leading role in the Tamil film "Moondru
" directed by K. Balachander. She followed it with a number of films with Kamal Haasan and Rajnikanth.
His assistant directors for his directorial ventures Darling Darling Darling, Dhavani Kannavukal, Munthanai
, Mayadari Mogudu was Pandiarajan whereas Parthiban was his assistant director for Dhavani Kannavukal; later both Pandirajan and Parthiban went on to become director and actors.
A sequel to the film titled "Mappillai Vinayagar" was shot in 2012 with Lollu Sabha Jeeva portraying Bhagyaraj's son from "Mundhanai
", but the film failed to have a theatrical release.
Urvasi started her career with "Thodarum Uravu", but "Mundhanai
" became her first release. Originally, her sister Kalpana was chosen for the film. Bhagyaraj spotted Urvasi who accompanied Kalpana and chose her to be the heroine of the film. Kovai Sarala acted as pregnant lady when she was in class X.
Bhagyavidhaata (English: "Creator Of Fate") is an Indian television drama series that airs on Colors since 4 May 2009. Set in the rural district of Motihari, Bihar, the show deals with 2 families: the Sinhas and the Prasads. The series has been dubbed into Telugu on Gemini TV as 'Gruha Lakshmi' and into Tamil on Polimer TV as 'Saami Potta
Mattoru Seetha is a remake of the 1973 Telugu film "O Seetha Katha", directed by K. Vishwanath. Later in 1976, K. Balachander remade the same film in Tamil as "Moondru
" starring Rajinikanth and Sridevi with Kamal Haasan playing the supporting role.
is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language soap opera that aired on Sun TV. The show premiered from 26 April 2010 to 4 April 2015 for 1325 episodes.It aired Monday through Saturday at 6:00PM IST. The show starring by Sreeja Chandran, Delhi Kumar, Durga, Kuyili, Raani and Hemalatha
Krishnasaamy Bhagyaraj is a Tamil film director, actor, screenwriter and producer. He has also written and directed Telugu and Hindi films and TV serials. He won a Filmfare Best Actor Award for "Mundhanai
" (1983). He is editor of weekly magazine "Bhagya" and has also written several novels.
() is a 1976 Tamil film that was directed by K. Balachander. The movie stars Sridevi and Rajinikanth in major roles. Kamal Hassan did an extended guest role. The movie revolves around three people, a college going girl (Sridevi) and two men who fall in love with her (Hassan and Rajinikanth). The film was based on 1974 Telugu film "O Seeta Katha" directed by K. Viswanath starring Roja Ramani and Chandramohan.
Mattoru Seetha ( Malayalam: മറ്റൊരു സീത ) is a 1975 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by P. Bhaskaran, starring Kamal Haasan, Roja Ramani, Sheela, Adoor Bhasi, Bahadoor, Sukumari, Jose Prakash, Prema Menon, M. G. Soman and Vincent. The movie is a remake of 1974 Telugu movie "O Seeta Katha" which was also later remade in 1976 in Tamil as "Moondru
". The role played by Kamal Haasan in this movie was reprised by Rajinikanth in the Tamil version.
O Seeta Katha (Telugu: ఓ సీత కథ) is a 1974 Telugu-language Indian feature film directed by K. Viswanath. The film won the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film (Silver), and Filmfare Best Film Award (Telugu). The film was later remade both in Malayalam and Tamil languages. Kamal Hassan played the antagonist in Malayalam version ("Mattoru Seetha") while Rajnikanth played same role in Tamil version ("Moondru
Moodu Mullu () is a 1983 Telugu romantic drama film directed by Jandhyala and produced by P. Sashi Bhushan under Saradhi Studios and AVM Productions. The film stars Chandra Mohan, Raadhika and Geetha in the lead roles. The music was composed by Rajan-Nagendra. Bapu drew cartoon for the film. The film was a remake of the 1983 Tamil film "Mundhanai
" which was also remade in Hindi as "Masterji" in 1985 and in Kannada as "Halli Meshtru" in 1992.
After the release of these two films, Viswanathan got numerous offers in Bengali, Tamil and English languages. He entered the Tamil film industry in the 1970s and acted in films such as "Lalitha", "Mogam Muppadhu Varusham" and "Moondru
", alongside prominent actors. Other Tamil films released during the period include "Kavari Maan" and Balu Mahendra's "Moodu Pani", where he was cast in a prominent role.
Halli Meshtru is a 1992 Kannada film directed by Mohan-Manju. The film starred Ravichandran and Bindiya in lead roles. The film is a remake of 1983 Tamil film Mundhanai
written and directed by K. Bhagyaraj starring K. Bhagyaraj himself and Urvasi in lead roles. Halli Meshtru had Balakrishna, Thoogudeepa Srinivas and Silk Smitha playing supporting roles. The music of the film was composed by Hamsalekha.
As is often the case with Indian cinema, most of these were neither action nor martial art movies but typically romantic drama-comedies featuring only a single fight scene. Because silambam's portrayal was not a high priority, actors cast in these roles rarely have any experience in martial arts. Movies like "Thooral Ninnu Pochchu" and "Badhil Solval Bhadrakali" suffered from poor choreography and execution for this reason, while others like "Rajavin Parvaiyile" and the much-hyped "Silambattam" barely showcased silambam technique at all. More professional and authentic silambam can be seen in films such as "Annamitta Kai", "Malaikkallan", "Thaali Bhagyam", and "Mundhanai
". Other examples of silambam in cinema include the following.
Masterji is an Bollywood romantic comedy film directed by K. Raghavendra Rao, released on 30 August, 1985. The film stars Rajesh Khanna in the title role as Masterji and Sridevi as his heroine as the main lead characters of the film. This film was of different genre - Comedy than the other films of the pair. This film was remake of 1984 Tamil film "Mundhanai
", directed by K. Bhagyaraj, where Bhagyaraj also played the lead male role. After the Tamil version, K. Bhagyaraj decided to remake it in Hindi but handed over directorship to Kovelamudi Raghavendra Rao. K. Bhagyaraj himself wrote the story and screenplay for "Masterji".
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