Synonyms for nuvve or Related words with nuvve

nuvvu              ninne              bhale              manasu              naaku              mogudu              nachav              kavithai              pudhu              ulagam              ennai              chesina              unakkaga              intlo              manithan              thedi              kavali              koduku              neeku              mudhal              mounam              rojulu              thanga              kadha              neeyum              sneham              velai              swapnam              varsham              thalaivan              inikkum              meendum              illalu              konjum              unnai              mazhai              geetham              varai              samsaram              vendum              ivide              kanasu              kapuram              naanum              gejje              devudu              vayasu              njan              nilave              ninnu             



Examples of "nuvve"
"Trivikram Srinivas" is a relative to Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry. Sitarama Sastry wrote lyrics to films directed by Trivikram such as "Nuvve Nuvve", "Athadu", "Jalsa" and "Khaleja".
Pranayamay is a Malayalam language film. It was released in 2004. It is Malayalam dubbed version of Telugu film Nuvve Nuvve, directed by ace director Trivikram Srinivas. It is first movie of Trivikram as a director.
For "Ushakiran Movies" he wrote lyrics in films like "Nuvve Kaavali", "Istam", "Anandam".
Srinivas Kanchibotla of Idlebrain.com commented on his directorial debut "Nuvve Nuvve" as follows:"If what Trivikram has showed us in Swayamvaram, Nuvve Kaavali, Chirunavvuto and Nuvvu Naaku Nachav, were to be considered as just a tip of the proverbial iceberg of his insightful and observant nature of the characters, if what Trivikram made us feel, delving into the depths of the characters in Nuvve Nuvve, if what Trivikram has demonstrated in his dramatic prowess and comedic timing in all the aforementioned movies, were just initial forays decimating the dullness and the dreariness that is plaguing the current Telugu film character, assuring us that his best is yet to come, then we are in for some great treat for times to come."
"The Hindu" compared Trivikram favourably with Shankar, noting that while Trivikram "started his career as a filmmaker with a light-hearted film Nuvve Nuvve", and has been known for "his light-hearted scripts and dialogues, his work on the action film "Athadu" is "said to be on par with Hollywood flicks."
Sunil's career began on a slow note with movies like "Second Hand" (which was stopped from production), and "Peruleni Cinema". "Prema kadha" and "Swayamvaram" were his first real opportunities in the industry. "Chiru Navvuto" and "Nuvve Kavali" were the first films that he acted in. "Nuvve Kavali" was the first one to release.
He also worked as dialogue writer for the Telugu movie "Vasu" starring Venkatesh and Bhumika Chawla directed by A. Karunakaran. Though known as a dialogue writer, Trivikram also penned lyrics for a song in the movie "Oka Raju Oka Rani", and sang a bit of the song "Computersu Artsu Scienceu" in his directorial debut "Nuvve Nuvve".
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).
It was later dubbed and released in Telugu as "Chakkani Chukka", despite the film already having been remade in 2000 as "Nuvve Kavali" by K. Vijaya Bhaskar.
He started 2000s by writing lyrics for films such as "Murari", "Oh Chinadana", "Okkadu", "Nuvve Kavali", "Nuvvu Naaku Nachav", "Manmadhudu", "Ela Cheppanu", "Varsham", "Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana", "Chakram", and "Happy". Among these songs, "Hare Rama" ("Okkadu"), "Ekkada Unna" ("Nuvve Kavali"), "Aakasam Thakela" ("Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana") and "Jagamantha Kutumbam" ("Chakram") got exceptional reception with "Aakasam Thakela" winning him, his first Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Telugu and "Jagamantha Kutumbam" winning him his ninth Nandi Award for Best Lyricist.
In the year 2002, his debut directorial "Nuvve Nuvve" has garnered the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film (silver). His subsequent directorial works include, box office hits such as "Athadu" (2005), "Jalsa" (2008), "Khaleja" (2010), "Julai" (2012), "Attarintiki Daredi" (2013), "S/O Satyamurthy" (2015), and "A Aa" (2016). Srinivas has won the State Nandi Award for Best Dialogue Writer six times, and two Filmfare Award for Best Director – Telugu awards for directing "Athadu" and "Attarintiki Daredi".
Nuvve Nuvve (English: "It's only you") is a 2002 Telugu romance film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas. The film starred Tarun Kumar, Shriya Saran, and Prakash Raj in important roles. Upon release, the film and the soundtrack received rave reviews, and has garnered two state Nandi Awards, and a Filmfare Award South.The film was subsequently dubbed into Malayalam, and became an instant hit in Kerala.
The film is remake of the 2001 Telugu film "Manasantha Nuvve" starring Uday Kiran and Reemma Sen. It was also remade in Hindi as "Jeena Sirf Merre Liye" and in Tamil as "Thithikudhe".
He made his feature film debut as a child actor in "Priyaragalu" starring Jagapathi Babu and Soundarya. He also played significant roles in the hit films "Suryavamsam", "Preminchukundam Raa", and "Manasantha Nuvve".
Moner Majhe Tumi also () is a 2003 Bangladesh and India joint venture Bengali-language movie. The movie is a remake of the 2001 Telugu movie "Manasantha Nuvve". The movie was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003.
With "Manasantha Nuvve", Uday Kiran had scored back-to-back successes along with "Chithram" (2000) and "Nuvvu Nenu" (2001). V. N. Aditya also became a popular director has given successful films like "Sreeram" (2002) and "Nenunnanu" (2004).
Music director M.M. Kreem composed this soundtrack which was received well.He reused tune of his Telugu film song "Nuvve Naa Shwasa" from "Okariki Okaru" for "Saansein Maddham Hai" & "Bechainiyon Mein Lamha".
V.N.Aditya made his film debut with the 2001 family drama film "Manasantha Nuvve" starring Uday Kiran and Reema Sen. The film ran for more than 200 days in many theatres across what was then the Andhra Pradesh.
In 2001, Mugur Sundar, directed his first Kannada film "Manasella Neene", a remake of Telugu film "Manasanthaa Nuvve". his son Nagendra Prasad played a lead role in the film.
In 1976, he married Jyothi Khanna, who was also a singer. The couple had two children, Lekha, and Sai Kiran, who made his acting début in "Nuvve Kaavali" in 2001.