Synonyms for rojulu or Related words with rojulu
Examples of "rojulu"
who incidentally directed her movies "
Maaraayi" in Telugu (1955) and "Kaalam Maaripochu" in Tamil (1956).
from the movie
Marayi which was released in 1955. The original song was composed by Master Venu.
Manchi Manasuku Manchi
(Telugu: మంచి మనసుకు మంచి రోజులు) is a 1958 Telugu Drama and Musical film directed by C. S. Rao.
The film was originally produced in Telugu with the title
Marayi by C. V. R. Prasath and directed by Tapi Chanakya.
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brahmosthavalu jaruguthayi Prathi amavasya, pournamiki pradhakshanalu ANDHARu ee devastanani dharshinchukuntaru ani ANDHARIKI MANCHI jaruguthadhani
Waheeda Rehman, started her career in films in 1954 and her first successful films were the Telugu films "Jayasimha" (1955), "
Marayi" (1956) and Tamil film "Kaalam Maari Pochu" (1955).
He wrote dialogues for about 50 movies particularly those of V. Madhusudhan Rao. Successful amongst them are "Manushulu marali", "Praja nayakudu", "Sharada", "Kalyana mandapam", "Manchi
Vachaayi", "Nimajjanam", "Kaalam Marindi", "Bhadrakaali", "Shanti", "Punaadi Raallu", etc.
() is a 1981 Indian Telugu language drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Chiranjeevi, Jaya Prada, Sarath Babu and Ramaprabha. It was simultaneously made in Tamil as "47 Natkal" Actress Saritha plays herself in a guest role. The film is based on a novel by Sivashankari. One of the best movies in early days of chiru career, which proved his versatality.
T. Chalapathi Rao's hit scores with other Telugu heroes including "Manchi
Vachchayi", "Amma Nanna", "Manchi Manasu" and "Kamalamma Kamatam" with Krishnam Raju, "Lakshadhikari", "Ramuni Minchina Ramudu", "Kalavaari Kodalu" with N. T. Rama Rao and films such as "Goodhachari 116", "Asadhyudu" with Krishna.
(Dark Days) : Cheekati Rojolu depicts the atrocities committed by the police on an innocent writer during the dark days of the Emergency. This novel is written in the form of a diary. This is the only Telugu novel which highlights state violence during the Emergency. It has been translated into English.
47 Natkal () is a 1981 Indian Tamil language drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Chiranjeevi, Jayaprada, Sarath Babu and Ramaprabha. It was simultaneously made in Telugu as "47
". Actress Saritha plays herself in a guest role. The film is based on a novel by Sivashankari. The film marked the Tamil debut for Chiranjeevi.
Marayi is a 1955 Telugu film directed by Tapi Chanakya. The story is set in a native village environment about the changing times. The song "Eruvaaka Sagaroranno Chinnanna", featuring Waheeda Rehman (debut), is one of the memorable songs in the film.
Savaale Samali () is a 1971 Tamil language film starring Sivaji Ganesan in the lead role of a protagonist and it is his 150th movie. The film was remade in Telugu as "Manchi
Vachchaayi" (1972) starring Nageswara Rao, in Malayalam as "Randu Lokam" (1977), in Kannada as "Siritanakke Savaal" (1978) starring Vishnuvardhan and in Hindi as "Charnon Ki Saugandh" (1988) with Mithun Chakraborty.
Her dream was to become a doctor but, due to circumstances of illness, she abandoned this goal. Instead helped by her supportive parents, she hit the silver screen with Telugu films "
Marayi" (1955), followed by "Jayasimha" (1955) and Tamil film "Kaalam Maari Pochu" (1956). It is in Vijaya-Suresh's "Ram aur Shyam" (a remake of Telugu movie "Ramudu Bheemudu") in 1967 that Waheeda acted again under the direction of the topnotch Telugu director Tapi Chanakya who incidentally directed her movies "
Maaraayi" in Telugu (1955) and "Kaalam Maari Pochu" in Tamil (1956) She made her debut in the films with Alibabvum 40 Thirudurgalum starring M.G.Ramachandran and P.Bhnumati in lead roles as a dancer, appearing in the number "Salam Babu".
Among his children were Tripuraneni Gopichand, who has left his own mark on the Telugu literature, Tripuraneni Gokul Chand who was famous for his literary work Karuvu
that got fame to ex-Chief Minister Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao during his initial days, and Chouda Rani, who married Pitcheswara Rao Atluri and was the first woman to run an exclusively Telugu language bookstore in Tamil Nadu.
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
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).
Vachchaayi (English: Good Days Have Come) is a 1972 Telugu, drama film, produced by SS Balan on Gemini Pictures banner and directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Krishnam Raju, Kanchana in the lead roles and music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao. The film was a remake of Tamil film "Savaale Samali" (1972) and remade as Hindi film "Charnon Ki Saugandh" (1988). The film also inspired the Telugu film "President Gari Pellam" (1992), starring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Meena in pivotal roles.
Chiranjeevi started his film career with "Punadhirallu". However, his first released film was "Pranam Khareedu". "Mana Voori Pandavulu", directed by Bapu, gave Chiranjeevi recognition from the Indian audience. He played a small role in "Tayaramma Bangarayya". He also played the anti-hero in films "I Love You" and K. Balachander's "Idi Katha Kaadu", starring Kamal Haasan. In a remake of the Tamil film "Avargal", Chiranjeevi portrayed the character played by Rajinikanth in the original. In 1979, Chiranjeevi had eight major film releases and then 14 films in the following year. He played lead antagonist in works such as "Mosagadu", "Rani Kasula Rangamma", "47 Natkal" /"47
", "Nyayam Kavali", and "Ranuva Veeran".
Rehman was born in Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu, India. She was in her teens when her father died. Her dream was to become a doctor but, due to her family circumstances and her mother illness, she abandoned her goal. In order, to help her family, she hit the silver screen with Telugu films, "Jayasimha" (1955), followed by "
Marayi" (1955) and a Tamil film "Kaalam Maari Pochu" (1956). It is in Vijaya-Suresh's "Ram aur Shyam" (a remake of Telugu movie "Ramudu Bheemudu") in 1967 that she acted again under the direction of the topnotch Telugu director Tapi Chanakya
She gradually reduced her screen appearances. After some time, she resumed her career as a playback singer to sing many memorable songs in Telugu and Tamil. Although she has rendered songs in many genres and moods such as religious, romantic and dance, her strong point is sorrow and lullabies. The immortal song of "neela vaNNa kaNNa vaada, nee oru muttham thaadaa" in "Mangaiyar Thilakam" in Tamil and "Dharaniki Giri Bharama, Giriki Tharuvu Bharama, Taruvuku Kaaya Bharama, Kanipenche Talliki Pilla Bharama" in "Manchi Manasuku Manchi
" in Telugu languages is one of her best tunes.
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