Synonyms for putrudu or Related words with putrudu

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Examples of "putrudu"
Vambu Sandai is a love thriller Tamil film starring Sathyaraj and Uday Kiran. The film opened to mixed reviews. The film was simultaneously made in Telugu as "Lakshmi Putrudu".
Lakshmi Putrudu (translation: "Lakshmi's Son") is a 2008 Telugu drama film directed by Tamil director Raj Kapoor and is produced by Polisetty Rambabu, known for "Gopi – Goda Meedha Pilli" of the RS Films banner. The films stars Uday Kiran, Diya, Brahmanandam, and Mumaith Khan.
Devi Putrudu (Telugu:దేవీపుత్రుడు,English: Son of Goddess) is a 2001 Telugu fantasy-drama film written and produced by M.S. Raju on Sumanth Art Productions banner, directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. Starring Venkatesh, Soundarya, and Anjala Zaveri in lead roles and music composed by Mani Sharma. The film was dubbed in Tamil as "Paapa" and in Hindi as "Aaj Ka Deviputra".
Brahma Putrudu is a 1988 Tollywood film directed by Dasari Narayana Rao and produced by D. Ramanaidu on Suresh Productions. Starring Venkatesh and Rajani played the lead roles and music composed by Chakravarthy. The film was remake of Tamil film "Michael Raj". The film was "Super Hit" at the box office. Venkatesh won Filmfare Award for Best Actor - Telugu.
Datta Putrudu (English: Foster Son) is a 1972 Telugu, drama film, produced by Tammareddy Krishna Murthy on Ravindra Art Pictures banner and directed by T. Lenin Babu. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Vanisri in the lead roles and music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao.
The film was released on 25 October 1992 became a blockbuster among 1992 Deepavali releases and completed 200-days run at the box office.The film was dubbed into Telugu under the title "Kshatriya Putrudu". It was later remade into the Hindi film "Virasat" (1997) by Priyadarshan and in Kannada as "Thandege Thakka Maga" (2006) by S. Mahendar.
Agni Putrudu (English: Son of Fire) is a 1987 Telugu film Action film, produced by Venkat Akkineni on Annapurna Studios banner, directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Akkineni Nagarjuna, Sarada, Rajani, Sivaji Ganesan played the lead roles and music composed by Chakravarthy. The film recorded as "Average" at box-office.
The film was dubbed and released in Telugu under the title "Kshatriya Putrudu". Kamal initially planned to remake the film in Hindi with Dilip Kumar portraying the father's character however Dilip found the theme "too violent" and refused to do the film. The film was then remade by Priyadarshan as "Virasat" (1997). and in Kannada as "Thandege Thakka Maga" (2006) by S. Mahendar.
Other notable works of Rama Krishna are Social problem films; such as, "Ankusham" (1989), "20va Shatabdam" (1990), "Bharat Bandh" (1991), and "Sathruvu" (1991). He directed Spy films; such as, Gudachari No.1 (1983), and "Gudachari 117" (1989). Ramakrishna has directed supernatural Fantasy films; such as, "Ammoru" (1995), "Devi" (1999), "Devullu" (2000), "Devi Putrudu" (2001), "Anji" (2004), and "Arundhati" (2009) which won ten state Nandi Awards, and two Filmfare Awards South, and became the second highest grossing Telugu film for that year.
"Eluka Majaka" is a debut production for Marella Narasimha Rao and Vaddempudi Srinivasa Rao. Pavani debuts as a lead actress in the film. The film involves nearly forty minutes of extensive computer graphics. Since this was the first film for the director Narasimha Rao to work with computer graphics, he sought advice from his long-time friend and director Kodi Ramakrishna who is famous for CG involved movies including Ammoru, Devi Putrudu, Anji and Arundhati.
"Devasuram" was one of the hit films of 1990s. It is generally considered as one of the best films of Mohanlal's and I. V. Sasi's careers. The film ran for more than 150 days in the cinemas. It was followed by a sequel "Ravanaprabhu" (2001), which was writer Ranjith's directorial debut. The film was remade in Telugu the same year as "Kunti Putrudu" with Mohan Babu and Vijayashanti playing the lead roles.
Mrugaraju(Telugu:మృగరాజు) is a 2001 Tollywood action adventure film which was directed by Gunasekhar and based on the Hollywood film "The Ghost and the Darkness". It stars Chiranjeevi, Simran, Sanghavi and Nagendra Babu. Mani Sharma composed music for this film. The film has been dubbed in Tamil with the title "Vettaikkaaran". The Hindi version of this is named "Rakshak, The Protector". The film was released along with "Devi Putrudu" and "Narasimha Naidu" on the same day.
Shree is a 2002 Tamil action film directed by Pushpavasagan which stars Suriya in the title role, with Shrutika and Gayatri Jayaraman in supporting roles. The film met with a poor response critically, and made poor business at the box office. This movie had title card for Suriya as puratchi puyal. It was dubbed into Telugu as Surya Putrudu. Actor Vikram lent his voice for a song.This movie released with "Youth"(2002).
He created many popular songs for films starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao. Through the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Chalapathi Rao & Nageswara Rao gave innumerable hits. Notable among them are "Illarikam" (1959), "Punarjanma" (1963), "Manushulu Mamatalu" (1965), "Navaratri" (1966), "Dharma Daata" (1970) and "Shrimantudu" (1971); together with some real chartbusters in 1972 which include "Datta Putrudu", "Manchi Rojulu Vachhayi" and "Raitu Kutumbam". To the end the pair continued to create music for films including "Kanna Koduku" (1973), "Palletoori Baava" (1973), "Aalu Magalu" (1977) and "Shri Rama Raksha" (1978).
He has acted as child artist in the 1971 film "Prem Nagar". He debuted in "Kaliyuga Pandavulu" in the year 1986, which got him a Nandi Award for best male debut actor. At an early phase in his career, Venkatesh acted in "Swarnakamalam", directed by K Viswanath, which was showcased at the 1989 International Film Festival of India, the film fetched him his second Nandi Award for his performance. In 1988, He then appeared in the successful musical romance film Prema, which fetched him a Nandi Award for best acting & the same year another blockbuster box office hit film Brahma Putrudu & this film he won a Filmfare Award for best actor. "Bobbili Raja", with Divya Bharti, was a box office hit.