Synonyms for sipayi or Related words with sipayi

iddaru              paravaigal              vayasu              njaan              samsaram              yamagola              vilakkum              kutumbam              ninne              iniyum              vaazha              thaai              koduku              kodalu              poocha              geetham              chuvanna              marikkumo              kaattu              pillalu              ulladakkam              njan              kapuram              hrudaya              koottam              puthran              jagadeka              mitrulu              rahasyam              pennu              manushulu              kudumba              enikku              adimakal              poovum              ithile              vendum              manathe              velai              thedi              vithukal              yaare              theerpu              kaaval              mounam              rojulu              mattum              dongalu              swapnam              varavu             

Examples of "sipayi"
Sipayi Lahala is a 1995 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Vinayan, starring Mukesh and Vani Viswanath in the lead roles.
Some of his novels were adapted for movies in Telugu cinema. D.L. Narayana's production "Sipayi Kooturu" in 1959,' was the screen version of a Kovvali novel.
Srinivas appeared in a lead role in the 1984 film "Ramapurada Ravana". He received appreciation for his roles in films like "Sipayi Ramu", "Giri Kanye" and "Bhagyavantharu".
In Telugu cinema field, she has acted in "Jai Jawan" (1970) and "Govula Gopanna" (1968), "Sipayi Chinnayya" and "Bangaru Gajulu" (all with Akkineni Nageswara Rao) which were hits.
The film deals with two contrasting lives – Captain Bhaskar (Akkineni Nageswara Rao ) one being the captain of a ship and another being Sipayi Chinnayya (Akkineni Nageswara Rao). The storyline deals with how they overcome their hardships in respective lives by being loyal to their professions. They both share great friendship and the story takes a turn when Sipayi Chinnayya comes in the captain’s position to teach a lesson to the attackers.
Sipayi () is a Kannada film released in 1996, directed and produced by V. Ravichandran. This film starred Ravichandran, Soundarya and Telugu actor Chiranjeevi in an extended cameo appearance. Music and lyrics were composed by Hamsalekha.
His role as an innocent village bumpkin in "Ramachaari" was featured at the Ontario Film Festival. He has stuck to mostly stereotyped roles: a police officer ("Shanti Kranti" and "Abhimanyu"), lover ("Premaloka", "Anjada Gandu", and "Preethsod Thappa"), pop singer ("Yuga Purusha", and "Gadibidi Ganda"), rustic "Sipayi", "Chikkejamanru", "Halli Meshtru", and "Malla", and lawyer ("Brahma Vishnu Maheshwara" and "Yuddha Kaanda").
Sipayi Ramu () is 1972 Indian Kannada language film directed by Y. R. Swamy, based on the novel "Barale Innu Yamune?" by Nuggehalli Pankaja, and starring Rajkumar, Leelavathi, Aarathi in lead roles. The supporting cast includes K. S. Ashwath, Shivaram, Vajramuni and Thoogudeepa Srinivas. At the 1971-72 Karnataka State Film Awards, the film was awarded the Third Best Film and Best Actress (Leelavathi).
Vinayan has done films like "Vasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njaanum", "Karumadikkuttan (film)", "Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan", "Dada Sahib", "Vellinakshatram", "Aakasha Ganga", "Rakshasa Rajavu", "Kalyana Sougandhikam", "Kasi" (Tamil) and "Sipayi Lahala". He has made films in genres such as comedy, horror, action, fantasy and family drama.
Sipayi Chinnayya is a 1969 Telugu drama film produced by D. Ramanaidu on Suresh Productions banner and directed by G. V. R. Seshagiri Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, K. R. Vijaya, Bharathi in the lead roles and music composed by M. S. Viswanathan.
He got his first break in Kannada films as a supporting role opposite Rajkumar in "Sipayi Ramu"; besides, he acted in almost 25 Kannada films, like Bangaaradha Manushya, "Haalu Jenu", "Chelisuva Modagalu", "Shabdavedi", and more. He also acted in other movies like Ranganayaki and Katha Sangama. He acted as the hero opposite Kalpana in "Kesarina Kamala".
Alongside directing, Swamy also wrote the screenplay to films such as "Swarna Gowri" (1962), "Katari Veera" (1966) and "Bhale Raja" (1969), also producing the latter. He would go on to direct other films such as "Sipayi Ramu" (1972), "Bhale Huchcha" (1972), "Mooruvare Vajragalu" (1973), "Devara Kannu" (1975), "Pavana Ganga" (1977) and "Apoorva Sangama" (1984). The 1991 film "Bangaradantha Maga" marked his last as director.
His first film as a director came in the 1953 Tamil film, "Pratigna". Since then, Swamy directed films in the Kannada language and mostly in the mythological genre and with a social connect. His popular films include "Bhakta Kanakadasa" (1960), "Katari Veera" (1966), "Paropakari" (1970), "Sipayi Ramu" (1972) and "Bhale Huchcha" (1972). Recognizing his contribution to Kannada cinema, he was awarded the 1990–91 Puttanna Kanagal Award.
Vijayalakshmi's debut film performance was in S. K Chaari's film, "Marumakal" (1952). In 1959, she acted in a character role and danced in the Telugu language film "Sipayi Kuthuru". This involved training and performing in a modified classical dance style. Vijayalakshmi's beauty and dance skill made her suitable for that film and other films of the time and so she became very well known. She was cast with NTR , ANR and other well known performers.
He was first noticed by D. L. Narayana, who offered him a role in his film "Sipayi Koothuru" directed by Changayya in 1959. Though it did not do well at the box office, he was noticed for his resemblance to N.T. Rama Rao. They found him as a prospective candidate to play dupe to NTR. Satyanarayana aptly fitted that place. He played dupe to NTR in several movies. NTR offered Satyanarayana a role in his film "Apoorva Sahasra Siraccheda Chintamani" in 1960, directed by S. D. Lal. Satyanarayana played the role of a prince.
During Rajkumar's funeral, he could not hide his emotions and said "I have spoken to him only thrice in my life. My mother wanted me to speak to him once before we went to Tirupati, to which I did not agree. Now, if I want to speak to him for the fourth time, I have to be born as his son in my next life also," said Vinod, rendering a song - ‘Elligo E Payana...’ from the Raj-starrer ‘Sipayi Ramu’ and throwing mud as a symbol of interring. The mother and son had tonsured their head one day before Rajkumar's death.
After moving to Mysore, she got a small role in Chanchala Kumari and then in Shanker Singh film Naga Kannika. She joined the Mahalinga Bhagavathar team Sri Sahitya Samrajya Drama troupe. She got a chance to act in Subbainaidu ‘Bhakta Prahallada. Mangalya Yoga, Dharma Vijaya and "Ranadheera Kanteerava" she got paltry roles. It was from "Rani Honnamma", Leelavathi became the heroine and never turned back. "Santha Thukaram", "Kantheradhu Nodu", "Kaivara Mahatme", "Gaali Gopura", "Kanyarathna", "Kulavadhu", "Veera Kesari", "Mana Mechchida Madadhi". She proved her mettle as a competitive heroine. Even when started accepting the supporting actress the power of acting was more graduated with films like "Gejje Pooje", "Sipayi Ramu" and "Doctor Krishna" for which she received the state award.
Mukesh made his debut in the film "Balloon" (1982). He gained prominence for both his comedy and drama centred roles. Mukesh's role as Gopalakrishnan in "Ramji Rav Speaking" (1989) saw a rebirth in his career, a new type of stock character emerged based on Mukesh's stardom. A youthful, funny, and fraudulent young man who had to go against the law due to life's pressures and circumstances. This period saw the shift of Mukesh as a bankable lead actor, especially due to the box-office success of "In Harihar Nagar" (1990) and "Godfather" (1991). This led to a series of low-budget comedy films such as "Innathe Programme" (1991), "Ennodishtam Koodamo" (1992), "Ammayane Sathyam" (1993), "Poochakkaru Mani Kettum" (1994), "Malappuram Haji Mahanaya Joji" (1994), and "Sipayi Lahala" (1995).
Ravichandran started his film career in the early 1980s and acted in many movies along with well-known actors of the Kannada industry, including Vishnuvardhan, Ambarish, Prabhakar and Rajesh produced by his father. His first movie was "Khadeema Kallaru"(1982) (as one of the villains). Ravichandran's initial movies were box-office hits. His major commercial success as a leading actor came from "Premaloka", a romantic comedy movie starring Juhi Chawla in the female lead role.Premaloka became all-time blockbuster and cemented Ravichandrans position.He became noted for his mesmerising looks and charismatic style. He was at peaks in late 80s to mid 90s Post-"Premaloka", Ravichandran starred in several hits, most notably "Ranadheera" (which was a remake of Subhash Ghai's "Hero"), "Anjada Gandu", "Yuddha Kaanda", "Ramachaari", "Halli Meshtru", "Gadibidi Ganda", "Annayya", "Sipayi", "Yaare Neenu Cheluve", "Mangalyam Tantunanena", "Preethsod Thappa" and "Malla". Ravichandran best pairs with South Indian actress Kushboo.
Mukesh began his career through the movie "Balloon" in 1982. In 1985, he acted in "Mutharamkunnu P. O." directed by Sibi Malayil, with a script by Sreenivasan and story by Jagadeesh. Then came a series of slapstick comedies, often with Priyadarshan, like "Ponnum Kudathinu Pottu", "Akkare Ninnoru Maran", "Boeing Boeing" and "Odaruthammava Aalariyaam". His breakthrough came in 1989 with the movie "Ramji Rao Speaking" directed by Siddique-Lal. Thereafter he established himself as a leading actor in the Malayalam film industry. In the early nineties Mukesh acted alongside Jayaram, Jagadeesh and Siddique in a number of low-budget comedy movies. His major hits were directed by duo Siddique-Lal. Apart from "Ramji Rao Speaking", they worked together in "In Harihar Nagar", "Godfather", "Hitler", "Chronic Bachelor" and "Friends". The characters he played were usually of a young man doing something fraudulent under the pressure of circumstances. The best example of a film with such a character is "Sipayi Lahala" (1995) by Vinayan and written by Sreenivasan.