Synonyms for mugguru or Related words with mugguru

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The film was a remake of Telugu film "Mugguru Mithrulu". It was also remade in Hindi as "Dosti Dushmani".
Ek Se Bhadkar Ek is a 1976 Hindi movie. Directed by Brij the film stars Ashok Kumar, Sharmila Tagore and Navin Nischol. The films music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The film was remade in Telugu as "Mugguru Muggure".
Mugguru Maratilu () is a 1946 Telugu film produced and directed by Ghantasala Balaramaiah. It ran for more than 100 days and established Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Kasturi Siva Rao in the Telugu cinema field.
C. H. Narayana Rao (Telugu: సి.హెచ్. నారాయణరావు) (d: 14 February 1984) was an Indian film actor, producer and thespian known for his works exclusively in Telugu cinema, and Theater. He was starred in more than fifty films in a variety of roles. His notable works include, calssics such as "Mana Desam", "Mugguru Marathilu", "Lakshmamma", "Veelunama", "Rahasyam", "Chenchu Lakshmi", "Jeevitham" to name a few.
Mugguru () is a 2011 Telugu film directed by V. N. Aditya starring Reemma Sen, Navdeep, Avasarala Srinivas and Raahul in lead roles. Produced by D. Ramanaidu's Suresh Productions, the film also stars Shraddha Das, Sanjana and Sowmya Bollapragada. Touted to be a breezy and youthful entertainer, the film was released on 14 August 2011.
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".
Mugguru Monagallu () is a Tollywood film which released on 7 January 1994 and was produced by Chiranjeevi's younger brothers Nagendra Babu and Pawan Kalyan. This film stars Chiranjeevi in a triple role, Ramya Krishna, Nagma and Roja. K. Raghavendra Rao directed this action flick. The film was dubbed in Tamil as "Alex Pandian"
Dosti Dushmani (English: Friendship - Enmity) is a 1986 Bollywood drama film produced & directed by T. Rama Rao of Srinath Productions, and presented by A.Ranga Rao. The film features Jeetendra, Rajinikanth, Rishi Kapoor, Poonam Dhillon, Kimi Katkar, Bhanupriya in leading roles and music composed by Laxmikant–Pyarelal. The film was a remake of a Telugu Movie "Mugguru Mitrulu" (1985). The film was also remade in Kannada as "Brahma Vishnu Maheshwara".
Chiranjeevi established his own production company with his brother Nagendra Babu and named it Anjana Productions after their mother Anjana Devi in 1988. Both Chiranjeevi and Nagendra Babu produced two films together, Rudraveena and Trinetrudu which starred Chiranjeevi as lead actor. Rudraveena won the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration. Then in 1994 Nagendra Babu alone produced Mugguru Monagallu in which Chiranjeevi played a triple role in lead. After that the films under Anjana Productions were produced by Nagendra Babu alone. In 1998 Anjana Productions produced Bavagaru Bagunnara? starring Chiranjeevi which became a huge hit in that year.
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.
In 1977, Ramesh Babu ventured into films as a child actor at the age of 12 with his father's film "Manushulu Chesina Dongalu". After two years, at the age of 14, he was cast in a vital role in the film "Needa", which was directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. The film also had his four-year-old brother, Mahesh Babu in a small role. After that, he took a brief hiatus from acting. In 1987, he made his comeback as a lead actor with the film "Samraat", directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao. The film had Sonam paired alongside Ramesh and Sharada in a vital role. In 1988, he was seen in films such as Jandhyala's "Chinni Krishnudu", A. Kodandarami Reddy's "Bazaar Rowdy" and in "Kaliyuga Karnudu" and "Mugguru Kodukulu", both directed by his father. "Mugguru Kodukulu" also had his father and brother acting alongside him. "Bazaar Rowdy" became a blockbuster and giving Ramesh his first success as a solo hero. In 1989, he was seen in Dasari Narayana Rao's "Black Tiger" and V. Madhusudhan Rao's "Krishna Gaari Abbayi". In 1990, he was seen in K. Murali Mohan Rao's "Ayudham" and S. S. Ravichandra's "Kaliyuga Abhimanyudu". In 1991, he was seen in "Naa Ille Naa Swargam", also starring his father. In 1993, he once again collaborated with Dasari Narayana Rao for the film "Maama Kodalu" and was also seen in "Anna Chellelu" opposite Aamani. In 1994, he was seen for the last time in a leading role in the film "Pacha Thoranam". The film was directed by Adurthi Saibhaskar and had Rambha acting opposite Ramesh. In 1997, he was seen in a supporting role in N. Shankar's "Encounter".
She made her debut in the cross over film "The Angrez". She has a theatre background and that helped her to get in films. She acted in a play in Andhra University and was spotted by Kuntaa Nikkil, director of "The Angrez". She also acted in the English film "Stalemate" and played the assistant surgeon. She made her debut in Tamil in "Thozha" with the stars of "Chennai 600028". She also played an important role in Ravi Krishna starring "Netru Indru Naalai" ("Ninna Nedu Repu" in Telugu). She was part of "Mugguru" produced by Movie Mogul D Ramaniadu and directed by V N Aditya. She is awaiting the release of "Poga" which is a 4D horror film, and "Ramadandu".
The film was based on the 1927 American silent film "The Way of All Flesh", directed by Victor Fleming. The family drama was successful in India and was adapted into a film in Hindi titled, "Khazanchi" (1941). The Hindi film was highly successful in Madras and ran for more than 25 weeks. R. Nagendra Rao, an established producer and director in Kannada cinema, was impressed by the film and decided to direct the Tamil adaptation. He approached the Tamil film producer S. S. Vasan who had earlier produced "Apoorva Sagodharargal", in which Rao played a role. Although Vasan was initially reluctant he agreed to finance the film. It was simultaneously produced and released in Telugu under the title "Mugguru Kodukulu".
He is credited with producing many technological firsts in Telugu film Industry like the first eastman color film Eenadu (1982), the first cinemascope film; Alluri Seetharama Raju (1974), first 70mm film; "Simhasanam" (1986), first DTS film; "Telugu Veera Levara" (1995) and introducing cowboy genre to the Telugu screen. He starred in Telugu spy film sequels; "Gudachari 116" (1966), "James Bond 777" (1971), "Agent Gopi" (1978), "Rahasya Gudachari" (1981), and "Gudachari 117" (1989). Krishna directed "Shankharavam" (1987), "Mugguru Kodukulu" (1988), "Koduku Diddina Kapuram" (1989), "Bala Chandrudu" (1990), and "Anna Thammudu" (1990) casting his son Mahesh Babu in pivotal roles. Krishna directed 17 feature films, he produced various films under Padmalaya Film Studio, a production house owned by him.
Chiranjeevi's bolywood performances were appreciated in "Pratibandh" (1990), and "Aaj Ka Goonda Raj". In 1996, he appeared in a guest role in the Kannada film "Sipaayi". For his role in "Aapadbandhavudu" (1992), he received his second Nandi Award for Best Actor and third Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu. The mid-1990s saw a career dip for Chiranjeevi with box-office duds such as "Mechanic Alludu", "S. P. Parasuram", "Big Boss" and "Rikshavodu". There were exceptions, such as "Mutha Mestri", which fetched him a fourth Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu, "Mugguru Monagallu" and "Alluda Majaka" were moderately successful. After a brief lull, Chiranjeevi bounced back with "Hitler", "Master", "Bavagaru Bagunnara?", "Choodalani Vundi", and "Sneham Kosam", for which he received his fifth Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu. In 1999, Chiranjeevi was to appear in a Hollywood production directed by Dushan Garsi, and produced by Rameshkrishna Murthi. The Telugu version was directed by Suresh Krissna. The movie, which was titled "The Return of the Thief of Baghdad", had its filming suspended for undisclosed reasons.
She was born in Tenali in 1921. She wanted to be an actress since she was a child but her parents did not approve of her aspirations. Her relative Anjaiah Puvvala became her agent and booked her for acting in "Dasavataram" in 1936. This was her debut film, where she played three roles as Lakshmi, Seetha and Yashodhara. In 1939, she played the heroine in her second film "Amma" directed by Niranjan Pal. She portrayed the role of Chitralekha in "Usha" in the same year. She then booked for three films with Vauhini Studios. Her major breakthrough film was "Sumangali" in 1940, and since then she was known as Kumari. She played as an innocent housemaid in "Devatha" in 1941. She competed with Chittor V. Nagaiah and Tanguturi Suryakumari and earned a great repertoire. She played with K. S. Prakash Rao in "Tulasidas". She was one of the very few actress of that time that voiced her own songs. After a five-year hiatus, she acted in the successful film "Mugguru Maratilu" in 1946. She acted played another dual role very well in "Maayapilla" in 1951 where she played Asha and Roopa. She subsequently acted in the classic film "Malliswari" (1951) as Maharani, "Akasharaju" (1951), based on the story by Vishwanatha Satyanarayana, "Pempudu Koduku" (1953) and "Sri Kalahastiswara Mahatyam" (1954).