Synonyms for pesumal or Related words with pesumal

jagatrai              vaanampadi              chunnilal              annadadidi              abaidho              pagabattina              yasendra              mohod              aliyaar              naalillai              sindurer              kuttichaathan              kalansooriya              sikharam              keisham              saahab              vitharunna              pratisodha              thomaslokesh              bhudo              chandhrodhayam              mooredu              saadhika              sinthir              meharbani              undhaiwala              kamatam              prakasarao              jhinabhai              bhaaratheeyam              yashodhra              vayanaadan              aparadh              sohoyuro              anutap              agamikal              aasthi              dukkher              bandhavya              theekkali              nayampalli              seetapathi              choondakkari              julekha              manickka              jaipurwala              putrabadhu              ponnurukkum              munpu              preetisi             



Examples of "pesumal"
Sahara is a Bollywood film. It was released in 1943. The film is directed by Jagatrai Pesumal Advani for Vaswani Art productions. It had music composed by Gobind Ram. The film starred Renuka Devi, Narang, Pran, Meena Shorey and Sharda
Akhtar started her career at Saroj Movietone doing what were then termed as "stunt" films. She acted in films directed by A. P. Kapoor (Anand Prasad Kapoor) like "Roop Basant", "Id Ka Chand", "Malti Madhav", all in 1933. Some of the action films she did at Saroj were directed by J. P. Advani (Jagatrai Pesumal Advani), which included films like "Gafil Musafir", "Johare-Shamsheer", "Shah Behram" and "Tilasimi Talwar". In 1934 she acted in "Hothal Padmini" directed by Kanjibhai Rathod.
Hemu Kalani was born in Sukkur, Sindh (now in Pakistan) on 23 March 1923. He was the son of Pesumal Kalani and Jethi Bai. As a child and young man he campaigned with his friends for boycotts of foreign goods and tried to persuade people to use Swadeshi goods. He was drawn to revolutionary activities and started participating in acts of protests with the aim of driving out the British. He was involved in raids and in the burning of vehicles belonging to the Raj.