Synonyms for poocha or Related words with poocha

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Examples of "poocha"
Edavazhiyile Poocha Minda Poocha is a 1979 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Hariharan and produced by KC Joy. The film stars Ambika, Srividya, MG Soman and Madhu in lead roles. The film had musical score by MB Sreenivasan.
Thathamme Poocha Poocha is a 1984 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Balu Kiriyath and produced by P. K. R Pillai. The film stars Rajkumar, Suhasini, Lalu Alex and Unnimary in lead roles. The film had musical score by MB Sreenivasan.
Poocha Sanyasi is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Hariharan. The film stars Sukumari, Rajkumar, Bahadoor and Balan K Nair in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. J. Yesudas.
The Falklands English vernacular has a fair amount of borrowed Spanish words (often modified or corrupted). These include colloquialisms such as ‘che’, also encountered in Rioplatense Spanish, and ‘poocha’ equivalent to 'damn’. or ‘damn’, (from "pucha", a euphemism for "damn" or ‘wow’).
This species was discovered by C. R. Narayan Rao and was thought to have been extinct after remaining unsighted for 74 years. Its rediscovery coincided with the discovery of "Nyctibatrachus poocha" and others of the genus "Nyctibatrachus" by herpetologist Sathyabhama Das Biju.
This species was discovered by C. R. Narayan Rao in 1937, and was thought to have been extinct after remaining unsighted for 74 years. Its rediscovery in 2011 coincided with the discovery of "Nyctibatrachus poocha" and others of the genus "Nyctibatrachus" by herpetologist Sathyabhama Das Biju.
Manthri was responsible for making the first animated film title in Malayalam cinema. This was the movie "Poocha Sanyasi", directed by Hariharan. Cartoonist and publisher Cartoonist Shankar had invited Manthri to Delhi several times to become part of the Shankar's Weekly. But Manthri was not willing to relocate to Delhi.
This species was described by C. R. Narayan Rao in 1920, and was thought to have been extinct after remaining unsighted for 91 years. Its rediscovery in 2011 coincided with the discovery of "Nyctibatrachus poocha" and others of the genus "Nyctibatrachus" by herpetologist Sathyabhama Das Biju.
Minmini has sung around 2,000 film songs in seven different languages: Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Oriya and Badaga. In Malayalam she became the favourite of music directors like Johnson, Raveendran, S. P. Venkatesh, Bombay Ravi and Mohan Sithara. Many of her songs turned into hits, including "Souparnikamritha" ("Kizhakkunarum Pakshi"), "Oonjal Urangi", "Neelaraavil" ("Kudumbasametham"), "Kakka Poocha" ("Pappayude Swantham Apoos"), "Paathiraavayi" ("Vietnam Colony"), "Swayam Varamai" ("Paithrukam"), "Vellithinkal" ("Meleparambil Aanveedu"), "Aarunee Jinmakale Peru Cholamo" ("Ghazal"), "Muthe ninne thedi" ("Maanasam") and many others.
Actor Murali was originally scheduled to play Dr.Gopan, but had to withdraw from the film due to a date clash. He was replaced by Suresh Gopi. Actor Fahadh Faasil made his debut as a child artist in this movie. He can be seen standing in the group of kids during the party sequence and during the picturisation of "Kaaka Poocha Kokkara" song among the group of kids.
Nyctibatrachus poocha (also known as the meowing night frog because of its distinct cat-like call) is one of 12 species of frogs in the "Nyctibatrachus" genus discovered in September 2011. It is found exclusively in the Western Ghats, India. The team, composed of researchers from the Bombay Natural History Society, Zoological Survey of India and Vrije Universiteit Brussel, led by herpetologist Sathyabhama Das Biju of the University of Delhi, used morphological traits and molecular markers to identify the 12 new species and three others which were thought to have been extinct.
His collection of Poems "Nellickal Muraleedharante Kavithaakal" [Poems of Nellickal Muraleedharan] fetched him the Kerala Saahitya Academy Award for the best Poet in Kerala in the year 2004. He also won a number of other awards like 'State Bank of Travancore Award', 'K.C Chacko Award', 'Poonthanam Award' for various books. He wrote some Plays, 'Poocha Sanyasi' being the most noted one among them. It was a musical and was directed and aired by Doordarshan [Malayalam]. His selected poems " Veedu" was also published with a music CD containing 8 of his most noted Poems. He was one of the most noted modern day poets in Malayalam.
"Bombay Mittayi" tells the story of Suresh (Vinu Mohan) and Sulaiman (Harisree Ashokan) who would do anything to earn some quick money.They get involved in several activities as exporting of snake venom, "Nagamnaickyam" and even silver owls. Suresh is a gifted singer. However, as fate would have it, his music has not helped him much in life. Sulaiman is much older to Suresh and has always indulged in petty fraudulent activities to make some quick bucks. Meanwhile, world-renowned Ghazal artist Mallika Mansoor (Amar Singh) is found to be murdered. The investigation points to Suresh and Sulaiman as the main culprits. Rehana (Neelambari Perumal) who is Mallika's daughter sets up her own inquiry into the murder to find out the murderers. In the process she saves Suresh and Suliamnan from the clutches of Poocha Police (Jagadish). Dimple Kapadia plays the Ghazal singer's wife.
disintegration of human values and relationship which creates identity crisis, sense of loss, dehumanisation, alienation from one's own surroundings etc. have been presented in its depth by MT more than any other writers. The best examples are "Kanyakumari", "Varikkuzhi", "Vilkkanundu Swapnangal", "Edavazhiyile Poocha Mindappoocha", "Akshrangal", "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Aaroodam" etc. A salient aspect of MT's screenplays is the effective presentation of the ecological or geographical factors and elements making use of the visual possibilities of their portrayal. Another unique feature is the language employed in them. Some of his screenplays are known for giving new interpretations to historical characters and historical stories. For instance, he gives the legends woven around the popular story of Perumthachan a new interpretation in his screenplay, based on his own assessment of Perumthachan's character. According to the folklore Vadakkanpattu (Northern Ballads), Chandu is said to have betrayed his cousin because he was jealous of Aaromal's popularity and abilities. But MT's "Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha" presents an alternative version of the same legend, as it presents the incident from Chandu's perspective, suggesting that grave injustice has been done to Chandu by wrongly accusing him of replacing the rivets.