Synonyms for neeku or Related words with neeku

naaku              kanasu              ninne              kaattu              njaan              thaai              hrudaya              kavithai              rojulu              geetham              naane              paravaigal              vendum              chesina              neeyum              mogudu              vayasu              samsaram              kizhakku              ulagam              nachav              theerpu              iniyum              koduku              ullasa              nooru              kapuram              bhale              mounam              pillalu              oomai              thedi              meendum              iddaru              kaatru              dongalu              swapnam              velai              yaare              makkalu              koottam              kutumbam              yamagola              intlo              kodalu              bandham              illada              naanu              kalyaanam              kaaval             

Examples of "neeku"
Despite his early elimination, Deepak became a playback singer in 2012 after singing "Boy Boy" for the Telegu language film, "Neeku Naaku Dash Dash".
Nanditha Raj is an Indian actress. She made her debut in the Telugu film industry with the film "Neeku Naaku Dash Dash", directed by Teja (film director).
Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu is a Telugu film starring Uday Kiran and Shriya, directed by Raja Sekhar. Krishnam Raju, Suman, Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao, Ravi Babu, Brahmanandam, Krishna Mohan, Kakarala, Sujatha, Meena Kumari, and Jyothi play supporting roles in this film.
The Telugu version of the film, "Neeku Naaku" released in October 2006 to mixed reviews. Despite beginning production as a medium budget venture, delays meant that the Tamil version of the film had a low key release in September 2009. It released alongside five other Tamil films and went unnoticed at the box office. The film was later dubbed and released in Hindi as "Ek Haseen - The Dirty Girl".
She debuted in Telugu in the year 2001 with the film "Priyamaina Neeku", which was a commercial success. Following this, she appeared in many Tollywood films with leading stars like Nagarjuna, Venkatesh, Ravi Teja and Nandamuri Balakrishna, and established herself as one of the leading heroines in Telugu. She sporadically continued in Malayalam and starred opposite Malayalam super stars like Mammootty and Mohanlal. She has also appeared in a few Kannada language films.
Oru Kadhalan Oru Kadhali is a bilingual drama film, written and directed by Selvendran and produced by Sai Rathnam in Tamil and Telugu. The film stars Sarath Chander, Rambha and Lakshmi Rai in the lead roles. Music for the film was composed by Bharani and while the Telugu version, Neeku Naaku released in October 2006, the Tamil film opened to mixed reviews in September 2009.
Priyamaina Neeku (English: To you, my dear) is a 2001 bilingual(Tamil and Telugu) romantic film directed by Balasekaran. The cast includes Tarun, Sivaji, Preetha Vijayakumar and "Sneha"in lead roles.It was simultaneously dubbed in Tamil and released as "Kadhal Sugamanathu" with reshot scenes of Pyramid Natrajan playing Tarun's father and Livingston playing the role of Ali. The song "Manasuna Unnadi Cheppalanunnadi"/"Sollathan Ninaikkiren" proved to be an extremely popular one.
In mid 2010, Bhavya creations announced a film with actor Gopichand title as Wanted and released it in 2011. Ravi kept association with production house for further films like Neeku Naaku Dash Dash and Loukyam which released in 2012 and 2014 respectively. In year 2013, Anne Ravi produced a movie Race (2013 film) and now Anne Ravi is also being part of their upcoming film of A.S Ravi Kumar's Untitled film starring Gopichand
He won the National Film Award for Best Lyrics in the year 2003 for his song "Nenu Saitham" in the movie Tagore (2003), it is based on Sri Sri's 'Nenu Saitham' from Mahaprasthanam. He is the third writer to win this award after Sri Sri for his "Telugu veera levaraa" in Alluri Sitaramaraju and Veturi for his "Raalipoye puvva neeku ragaalenduke" in "Matrudevobhava". He wrote over 2000 songs for 1000 movies till 2014.
"Jaya Krishna" was an Indian film producer known for his works in Telugu cinema and few Tamil films. He produced films such as Mana Voori Pandavulu 1978, which won the Filmfare Award for Best Film - Telugu for that year. His other hits include, Manthri Gari Viyyankudu 1983, Vivaha Bhojanambu, Muddula Manavaralu, Seetaramulu, Raagaleela, Neeku Naaku Pellanta, Krishnarjunulu, 420 etc. He produced the Tamil film Aalavandhan.
Years later, in 2000, he was featured as a lead actor in the blockbuster "Nuvve Kavali", which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu for that year, and Tarun won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South for his work in the film. He then starred in successful films such as "Priyamaina Neeku" (2000), "Nuvvu leka nenu lenu" (2002), "Nuvve Nuvve" (2002), "Punnagai Desam" (2002), "Ninne Istapaddanu" (2003), "Ela Cheppanu" (2003), "Enakku 20 Unakku 18" (2003), "Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu" (2003), "Sakhiya" (2004), "Bhale Dongalu" (2008), "Sasirekha Parinayam" (2009), "Chukkalanti Ammayi Chakkanaina Abbayi" (2013), "Yuddham" (2014), and "Idhi Naa Love Story" (2016).
The song "Pelli Chesukoni" was composed using the Kalyani raga. Ghantasala recorded the songs "Manasa Nenevaro Neeku Thelusa" and "Yedukondalavada Venkataramana" first with Jikki. He was not satisfied and recorded them again with P. Leela; the soundtrack's gramophone records featured both versions. The soundtrack was released in December 1952 under the Saregama music label. It was a critical and commercial success, Ashish Rajadhyaksha and Paul Willemen, in their book "Encyclopaedia of Indian Cinema", termed the songs "Amma Nopule" and "Pelli Chesukoni" as "especially popular".
In 1991, Krishnam Raju acted in "Vidhata", "Bava Bavamaridi", "Jailor Gaari Abbayi", "Andaroo Andare", "Gangmaster". In 1994, he acted in "Palnati Pourusham" & this film super hit at box office.. Later he acted in "Rikshaw Rudraiah", "Simha Garjana", "Nayudugaari Kutumbam", "Tata Manavadu", "Kutumba Gowravam" and "Maa Nannaki Pelli" which won Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. In 1997, he entered Sandalwood and acted in two Kannada films viz "Hai Bangalore" and "Simhada Mari". Later he acted in "Sultan", "Vanshoddharakudu" and "Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu" which won Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. Later he acted in "Raam" and "Billa", a film of the "Don film series" and acted with Prabhas for the first time.
Nandita started her film career with "Neeku Naaku Dash Dash" under the direction of Teja in 2012. She was reportedly selected for the role from a statewide hunt where she beat around 70,000 other aspirants. Her second film "Prema Katha Chithram", with Sudheer Babu as her co-star, released on 7 June 2013. She played a college student in the film, who is a big fan of a renowned dancer (Sudheer Babu). wrote "Nandhita is the real star of the film. She is simply brilliant. There are certain sequences where she is required to exhibit dramatic changes in behaviour and she has excelled in those scenes". It became a box-office blockbuster. She was next seen in a Malayalam film "London Bridge" with Prithviraj Sukumaran. She played a Malayali girl in the film who goes to London for a job, and falls in love with the character played by Prithviraj.
In 1991, Krishnam Raju acted in "Vidhata", "Bava Bavamaridi", "Jailor Gaari Abbayi", "Andaroo Andare", "Gangmaster". In 1994, he acted in "Palnati Pourusham" which earned him Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu). Later he acted in "Rikshaw Rudraiah", "Simha Garjana", "Nayudugaari Kutumbam", "Tata Manavadu", "Kutumba Gowravam" and "Maa Nannaki Pelli" which won Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. In 1997, he entered Sandalwood and acted in two Kannada films viz "Hai Bangalore" and "Simhada Mari". Later he acted in "Sultan", "Vanshoddharakudu" and "Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu which won Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. Later he acted in "Raam" and "Billa", a film of the "Don film series" and acted with Prabhas for the first time.
Prince Cecil was studying engineering at college when director Teja came to Visakhapatnam to find for a male lead for his film, "Neeku Naaku Dash Dash". After being recommended to audition, he got through the initial selection and attended a film workshop for the final candidates before being picked to play the lead role. Within two months of the release of his first film, Prince was offered "Bus Stop" by director Maruthi, and that film became a large commercial success. His third and fourth releases, "Romance" and "Bunny n Cherry" (2013), opened to negative reviews and failed at the box office. He then featured in the bilingual films, "Manasunu Maaya Seyake" alongside an ensemble cast of Sethu, Disha Pandey and Richa Panai, but the film had a low key release in January 2014.
Fazil nazeem recommended Sneha to Anil-Babu who was searching for a heroine for his love story "Ingane Oru Nilapakshi" (2000). The film featured Sneha as an aspiring dancer, with the actress performing for seven classical songs. She was signed by Susi Ganeshan for his directorial debut "Virumbugiren" in 2000, which however became long delayed and "Ennavale" opposite Madhavan became her first Tamil release. She won many accolades for her outstanding performance. Later that year, Sneha starred in N. Linguswamy's family drama "Aanandham" and won many awards, which featured her as part of an ensemble cast and in K. Balachandar's "Parthale Paravasam". She finished the year with a foray into Telugu cinema, with an appearance in "Priyamaina Neeku", followed by "Tholi Valapu".
Vrakúň (Várkony) is an ancient settlement, it existed already in the Avar age and its name is connected to the "Oiarchunítani" name. The village was first recorded in 1015. It was the age-old estate of the Amadé Family. Nyék was first recorded in 1165, it had first been the tribal territory of the Nyék tribe, later the village belonged to the Pozsony Castle. King Stephen III of Hungary granted nobility for the inhabitants of the village. In 1245, the village was donated to Neku son of Nech and his brother Peter son of Chueg by a charter of King Béla IV of Hungary in which the village is mentioned as "Neeku". Until the end of World War I, both component villages were part of Hungary and fell within the Dunaszerdahely district of Pozsony County. After the Austro-Hungarian army disintegrated in November 1918, Czechoslovakian troops occupied the area. After the Treaty of Trianon of 1920, the villages became officially part of Czechoslovakia. In November 1938, the First Vienna Award granted the area to Hungary and it was held by Hungary until 1945. After Soviet occupation in 1945, Czechoslovakian administration returned and the village became officially part of Czechoslovakia in 1947.
"" rated 3/5 and stated On the whole, Lion is a complete Balakrishna film right from the word go. His power packed performance is the major asset and will go down well with the masses. On the flip side, lack of proper handling of the subject and a predictable second half makes this film just an ok watch. Watch it only for Balayya. "Idlebrain" rated 3/5 and stated Interval episode is interesting. Second half has many episodes that exhilarate fans. Lion is a film that completely revolves around Balakrishna and depends on his performance. A good screenplay and right buildups (elevating emotions while building up to the key scenes) would have done a world of good to the cinema. On a whole, Lion is NBK’s show! "The Hindu" stated Radhika wears a blank expression. There is another gem, a man confronts Balaiyya, “Natho matladataniki yentha dhairyam neeku” and the latter retorts “Neetho matladataniki dhairyam enduku...Iphone unte chaalu.” Lion takes plenty of retrograde steps. Mani Sarma too disappoints and the hero struggles with his steps. Time for Balakrishna to do some soul searching or his films would be just another addition to the number of films he has done.
C.Vijay Kumar's father C. Nageswara Rao was a famous cinematographer who worked for classics like Pandava Vanavasam, Paramanandayya Sishyula Katha, Gudi Gantalu, Aastulu - Anthastulu, Aradhana (1962 film) etc. Unfortunately Mr.Nageswar Rao expired at the age of forty two, when Vijay Kumar was only seven years old. As his mother C. Sanadhana wanted him to carry on in his father's footsteps and continue in the same profession, he joined Sarada Enterprises (currently known as Anand Cine Services) outdoor unit at the age of thirteen as an apprentice. He worked under various cinematographers like S.Venkataratnam, V.S.R.Swami, Ravi Kanth Nagaich, S.S Lal, S.Gopal Reddy etc. in Telugu and Shomandar Roy, Eshaan Arya, Baba Azmi, Behran Mukherjee etc. in Hindi for eight years and earned lot of practical knowledge in the sense Knowledge in different kinds of lightning and exposures. In 1984 he joined as an operative cameraman under Lok Singh for Vijetha films. Producer Jaya Krishna gave Vijay Kumar his first break as cinematographer with Vivaha Bhojanambu film under Jandhyala director which was a block buster hit. He later went out to work for 'Neeku Naaku Pellanta' with the same team.