Synonyms for pillalu or Related words with pillalu
Examples of "pillalu"
Diddina Kapuram is a 1993 Telugu drama film produced by Sangisetty Dasaradha and Amara Srisaila Rao for Konark Movies, and directed by Perala. The film stars Jagapathi Babu, Divyavani, Kinnera and Tarun. The music was composed by Vidyasagar.
He also hosts for a Telugu show name '
piddugulu' which telecasts in Gemini TV and 'Kevu keka' which is a comedy show with a co-star name Suma Kanakala and it is telecast in MAA TV.
Some of the other films that earned Somayajulu a good reputation as an actor were "Allari
", "Nelavanka", "Rowdy Alludu", "Swatimutyam", "Tyagayya", "Saptapadi", "Vijeta", "Appula Appa Rao" and "Vamsa Vruksham". He portrayed the guru character of Sri Raghavendra (played by Rajinikanth) in the Tamil movie Sri Raghavendrar. He made a 13-episode television serial based on the play Kanyasulkam.
() is a Telugu drama film released in 1982 and directed by Bapu. Suresh, Vijayashanti play the lead in this film with Sangeetha, Sarath Babu, Sumalatha and J.V. Somayajulu in the support cast. M.S. Viswanatham scored the music while the lyrics were written by Sri Sri and Aathreya.
Kuzhandhaigal Kanda Kudiyarasu ("Republic of Children") is a 1960 Indian Tamil language film, directed by B. R. Panthulu. The film stars Panthulu, M. V. Rajamma, K. Sarangapani and Javar Seetharaman in lead roles. The film had musical score by T. G. Lingappa. It was simultaneously released in Kannada language as Makkala Rajya and dubbed into Telugu as "
Techina Challani Rajyam". This film was partly coloured by Gevacolor and prossessed at the Film Centre, Mumbai.
A dialogue from the film, "Maa Nanna drushtilo, Bharyante nacchi techukune badhyata,
moyyalanipinche baruvu. Kani naa drushtilo Nannante marchipoleni gnapakam" ("According to my father, a wife is a voluntary duty and kids are the burden we love to bear. But for me, my father is an unforgettable memory") was spoofed by the producers of the film "Kobbari Matta" in its promotion. "Sakshi" published a spoof of the film on 19 May 2015 in which Prakash Raj was replaced by Brahmanandam as the protagonist's father, who tells his son not to follow ethics and values but to give importance only to money. The film's Hindi version beat "Dilwale" (2015), "" (2015) and "Sholay" (1975) garnering 4717 impressions.
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