Synonyms for neenu or Related words with neenu
Examples of "neenu"
NINAGE NAANU -for Anitha Subramanya
1996 - Janumada Jodi
from Janumada Jodi (Kannada)
Meanwhile, Saleem (Shobhraj), an underworld don based in Dubai, aided by his trusted aide "Malpe Bala" and his henchmen, has been in constant quest of finding
, regarding a property worth hundreds of crores belonging to a widow, Mandakini, who has become a follower of an aghori,
(before posing as the humble
). The aghori is also being shown exploiting Sheela (Parul Yadav) who comes seeking spiritual advice after being dejected in love.
The soundtrack of the film was composed by G. K. Venkatesh with lyrics penned by Hunsur Krishnamurthy, Chi. Udaya Shankar, R. N. Jayagopal and Vijaya Narasimha. The two romantic songs "Aaha Mysooru Mallige" and "Baala Bangaara
, Haneya Singara
" have withstood the test of the time. The audio was later released on Saregama.
finally manages to subdue his chasers by instigating the cops against the goons and grips with Lakshmi. It becomes apparent that Mandakini is a fictional character imagined by the cops and
is just a normal man. The will made by Mandakini of her property gives a philosophical view that when one stops saying "Naanu" or Me, which symbolizes fear, anger, jealousy and selfishness; holds to "
" or You, which symbolizes gratitude, kindness, selflessness; and when one stops thinking about the past and the future, will happiness ("khushi"), the 'daughter' of "Mandakini" (calmness in the heart) would stay with him forever.
is seen being chased by top cop Sayaji Shinde who tries to find him and embezzle the property. Unknown about this, sleuths of the Crime Investigation Department (India) interpret
as an undercover agent trying to nab the most wanted fugitive don, Saleem.
Nakkare Haalu Sakkare () is a 1991 Indian Kannada comedy film directed by the duo Dorairaj and S. K. Bhagavan. It stars Vishnuvardhan in the lead role. The music was composed by Hamsalekha.
The music was composed by Shankar Ganesh with lyrics by Hamsalekha. All the songs were received extremely well. The songs "Karunada Thayi" and "Yaare
Cheluve" found a widespread appreciation upon release.
Butchi Babu wrote some of finest essays in Telugu like "Nannu Marchina Pustakam" ("The Book That Changed Me") and "
Shankarnarayan Nighantuvu" ("Me and Shankar Nararayan Dictionary"). A collection of his essays has been published by Visalaandhra Publishing House, Hyderabad.
The show starred Abbas,
Karthika, Baby Jena, Nalini, Srithika, Gowasal and Sridhar among others. It was produced by Shankaran and Paranitharan, director by Bashir and Meha V. Saikumar.
The reviewer for "Gandhadagudi.com" called the soundtrack album of "Gaalipata", one with "extraordinary lyric[s]". He called the song "Minchagi
" followed by "Nadheem Dheem tana" the songs of the album. "Rediff" wrote, "Harikrishna's music composition adds a lot of pep to the film. Minchaagi
Baralu (lyrics by Jayanth Kaikini) rendered by Sonu Nigam and Thadeem Dheem Thana by Chithra deserve special mention for good composition..." The album emerged as a massive success following it release and was called by "Rediff.com" as "one of the most successful albums". By the time the film released on 18 January 2008, the album emerged as a massive success with "chartbuster" tracks.
One decade of career and a variety of popular roles in more than 87 films speak volume about her calibre as an actress. Some of her all-time hits are Anantana Avantara,
Nakare Halu Sakare, Tharle Nan Maga, Ksheera Saagara, Kalavida, Koona Eidaithe, Undu Hodha Kondu Hodha, Utkarsha.
Muthaaram () is a 2011 Indian Tamil-language soap opera starring Devayani, Vijayalakshmi,
Karthika, Sathyapriya, Manjari and Dr.Shaji It aired on Sun TV 14 November 2011 to January 25, 2014 on Monday to Friday at 12:30pm IST for 564 episodes.
Cheluve (English: Who are you, oh beauty) is a 1998 Indian Kannada romantic drama film directed by D. Rajendra Babu and produced by Rockline Venkatesh. The film stars V. Ravichandran, Sangita and Heera Rajgopal in the lead roles. Popular actors such as Vishnuvardhan, Ramesh Aravind, Jaggesh and Prakash Raj are seen in special appearances in the film.
Naa Ninna Mareyalare () is a 1976 Indian Kannada film directed by Vijay and produced by N. Veeraswamy, based on the story "Naanu
Jodi" by A. R. Anand, and starring Rajkumar and Lakshmi in lead roles. The film was remade in Tamil as "Puthukavithai" with Rajinikanth. Director Vijay remade the movie in Hindi as "Pyar Kiya Hai Pyar Karenge".
He was also a favorite of composer Vijaya Bhaskar and director Puttanna Kanagal in Kannada. Even though there would be one song of his in the movie these songs would standout for its melody. Notable songs are Hindustanavu, Chanda Chanda, Jeevana sanjeevana, Mandara Pushpavu
, Olavina Udugore Kodalenu, etc.
She was starred in 150 feature films including, "Seetharama Kalyanam", "Rendu Rella Aaru", "Aha Naa Pellanta" opposite Rajendra Prasad, "Majnu" opposite Nagarjuna and "Seetaramula Kalyanam" opposite Balakrishna. She also starred in Kannada films including "Jai Karnataka" a remake of 1987 Bollywood hit "Mr. India") with Ambareesh and "
Nakkare Haalu Sakkare" with Vishnuvardhan.
The film was dubbed into Telugu as "Prema Lekha". The film was remade in Kannada as "Yaare
Cheluve" (1998). Agathiyan also remade the movie in Hindi titled "Sirf Tum" (1999. This film also remade in Bengali titled "Hothat Brishti" (1998) directed by Basu Chatterjee . The film was released as a novel in 2010 under the same name.
Deedi Damodaran is an Indian screenwriter who works in Malayalam cinema. Gulmohar (2008) is her first film in Malayalam directed by Jayaraj, starring Ranjith, Siddique, Augustine, and
Mathew. She is the daughter of the veteran screen writer of Malayalam cinema T.Damodaran.
, which translates to 'You' (Upendra), is a happy and content person who never thinks about the future and is undisturbed by the past. He hardly earns anything despite his toil since he never takes money from anyone for his services, often menial jobs, asked to him to be done by the people of his locality and the crew of the film production unit. Lakshmi (Kristina Akheeva), a psychology student takes interest in him after she learns about Naanu, which translates to 'I', (played by Upendra in the prequel "Upendra", who eventually becomes
in "Uppi 2") from her professor. Her constant pursuit of him eventually leads to his discovery. Moved by his happy, unblemished and selfless personality, she eventually falls in love with him. Yet she fails to take him out of his strange world of selflessness.
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