Synonyms for pudhu or Related words with pudhu

ennai              manithan              ninne              manasu              kavithai              thaai              geetham              meendum              ullam              thedi              unnai              idhu              mazhai              ulagam              neeye              neeyum              mudhal              thanga              vendum              mounam              thottu              mogudu              varai              vandha              sneham              pudhiya              naane              idhaya              paarvai              alaigal              deiva              naaku              swapnam              kaadhal              thalaivan              ponnu              indha              bandham              puthiya              velai              kizhakku              sivappu              konjum              mariyadhai              raasa              mozhi              nilave              kaatru              naanum              kavalai             



Examples of "pudhu"
The songs "Tapori" and "Chandni Raat Hai" were lifted from Illayaraja's movies, "Agni Natchathiram" and "Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal", respectively.
Pudhu Nellu Pudhu Naathu is a Tamil film directed by P. Bharathiraja. This is the debut film for Sukanya.
Rudra made her debut in the Tamil film "Pudhu Nellu Pudhu Naathu", directed by P. Bharathiraja. She had done about 16 films in Malayalam.
Pudhu Pudhu Ragangal is a 1990 Tamil Indian feature film directed by V.Aadhavan. It stars Sithara and Charan Raj in the lead roles.
Pudhu vasanthamaamey vaazhviley by Trichi Loganathan & U. R. Jeevarathinam
Sithara (born Sithara Nair 30 June 1973) is an Indian film actress known for her works predominantly in Tamil cinema, along with Malayalam, Telugu, and Kannada films. She made her Kollywood debut in 1989 with K. Balachander's "Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal". She is best known for her performances in super-hit films such as Padayappa, Halunda Tavaru, Pudhu Vasantham. She is also known for her works in Television.
Parvatii Nair was born into a Malayali family. When she was in final year of school, she did a couple of modeling assignments along with her classmates, for a Malayalam magazine. Director P. Bharathiraja saw the magazine and offered her the role in "Pudhu Nellu Pudhu Naathu".
He worked with G. Ramanathan in Pudhu Vazhvu and with Viswanathan-Ramamoorthy in Pona Machaan Thirumbi Vandhan
The music composed by M. S. Viswanathan. Elements of the song "Jambulingame" was borrowed by S. Thaman in the song "Pudhu Punal" from the film "Mouna Guru" (2011).
Guru Dutt is an Indian actor and director primarily concentrating on Kannada and Tamil feature films. He debuted along with Shivrajkumar in the 1986 blockbuster Anand. He was launched in Tamil by K. Balachander with the 1989 smash hit "Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal". He has acted in more than 100 films.
A trained classical dancer, Kala, a school drop out, entered the film industry through the influence of her brother-in-law, the choreographer Raghuram. Making her debut as an assistant choreographer at the age of 12 in 1982, she got a break during the making of "Punnagai Mannan" starring Kamal Haasan and Revathi, as director K. Balachander suggested Kala fill in for the busy Raghuram. She was then chosen again by Balachandar as the lead choreographer for "Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal" (1989).
Pudhu Manithan (English: Newman) is a 1991 Tamil drama film directed by Manivannan. The film features Sathyaraj, Bhanupriya and Sarath Kumar in lead roles. The film's musical score was by Deva and was released on 22 March 1991.
Pudhu Nilavu (Tamil: புது நிலவு) is a 1996 Indian Tamil film, directed and produced by Visnhuhasan. The film stars Jayaram, Vineetha, Ramesh Aravind and Sanghavi in lead roles. The film had musical score by Deva.
Mayanur is located on Karur-Trichy National Highway (NH-37), 20 km from Karur city and 21 km from Kulithalai. It has five subdivision villages in it called Kaspa Mayanur, Keela Mayanur, Pudhu Street, Mela Mayanur and Kilinjanatham.
His second work, "Thiruththi Yezhudhiya Theerppugal", in "pudhu kavidhai" (free verse) form was published in 1979. He made his film debut in the succeeding year when he set lyrics for Bharathiraja's "Nizhalgal".
Baharon Ke Manzil is a musical film, the story of an unusual friendship between a girl and 4 upcoming musicians. The film has been heavily inspired by the blockbuster Tamil film "Pudhu Vasantham".
I. Kundrathur block: Partnership with Government of Tamil Nadu’s Pudhu Vazhvu Thittam covering 42 village panchayats through 3 monthly community clinics and social care through 40 Cluster Development Facilitators.
When aged 27, he watched the film "Udhayam", the dubbed version of the Telugu film "Siva", and was inspired to take up acting. He entered the Tamil film industry in 1991 with P. Bharathiraja's rural film "Pudhu Nellu Pudhu Naathu", playing the antagonist role. Other roles followed, including in "Ejamaan (1993) Seevalaperi Pandi", "Devasuram", "Ravanaprabhu", "Vattaram", "Hello brother", "Pokkiri" and "Dasavatharam". His role as Mundakkal Shekharan in the blockbuster action film "Devasuram" is widely regarded as his best performance to-date. He reprised the role in the "Ravanaprabhu", a sequel to "Devasuram".
The soundtrack was released under the label "Saregama". The songs were well received especially songs like "Manippura Pudhu Manippuraa" by M. L. Vasanthakumari and "Sirippu Idhan Sirappai" by N. S. Krishnan & T. A. Madhuram
This "Pudhu Mugam Arimugam" (New Face Debut) Round required the contestants to perform songs featured in films released between 2011 and 2015 by film directors making their debut in Tamil cinema.