Synonyms for thayi or Related words with thayi
Examples of "thayi"
Sri basavewara temple and mane manchamma
Somanathapura Hoysala temple. Muthathi forest and Bheemeshwari Cauveri fishing camp near Halagur town. A Historical & Cultural Sri Adinadu Chikkamma
Temple in Chottanahalli Village.
and other famos sri
kabbalamma temple near halagur town. Sri malai mahadeswara temple channipura (D C Pura) near by hadli circle.
The film was dubbed in Telugu as "Koteeswaralu". The film was not remade ever in Hindi and plot of "Bairaag" (1976) with Dilip Kumar had no similarity with original film. It was also remade in Kannada as "
The music was composed by Shankar Ganesh with lyrics by Hamsalekha. All the songs were received extremely well. The songs "Karunada
" and "Yaare Neenu Cheluve" found a widespread appreciation upon release.
This village has lots of temples, among them the Lord Kalmeshawara temple, Shri durgadevi and shri Elumakkal
temples are famous. Devotees visit all the temples from various part.
Karulu (Kannada: ತಾಯಿ ಕರುಳು) is a 1962 Indian Kannada film, directed and produced by G V Iyer. The film stars Kalyan Kumar, Udaykumar and M. V. Rajamma in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. K. Venkatesh.
Siddalingaiah directed "Mayor Muthanna" in 1969 starring Rajkumar, Bharathi and Dwarakish in his film debut. He cast the same lead pair in "Baalu Belagithu", "Namma Samsara", "
Devaru" and "Bangaarada Manushya".
The film is based on the story of a Brahmin family during the pre independence and post independence periods of India. The protagonist Narmada
is the second wife of Appa Sahib, a freedom fighter. The childless couple decide to adopt the child of Venkobanna, a close relative. Venkobanna has other plans in mind when he gives away his child in adoption. He calculates that his son will inherit the family's money and property. In the meanwhile, Appa Sahib also has an illicit relationship with Chandri and a daughter is born to them. Narmada
is a patient woman and although aware of her husband's character, she supports him and the household. After the independence, Appa Sahib supports the government's view that the laborers who till the land own them. Venkobanna is angered to see this long awaited plan of his crumble due to the utopian views of App Sahib. After a brief illness, Appa Sahib leaves the house one day with a group of people to protest for the sake of the farmers never to return again. Months after this, Narmada learns that her husband has been imprisoned by the government. But no other detail regarding Appa Sahib comes to light. Narmada
is the only one capable of handling the household. She seeks the help of Venkobanna to help her handle monetary issues. Meanwhile, their adopted son comes of age. The story takes a surprise and unexpected turn when
Saheba discovers that her adopted son is in love with Appa Sahib's mistress's daughter, who legally is his sister. She tries in vain to convince her son not to go against social ethics. With Chandri, Narmada
sets out to find her husband. Together they travel to many prisons, but Appa Sahib is never found.
Saheba must either save the son, who seeks freedom to marry Chandri's daughter or save herself because if she supports the marriage, she could be jailed. She tries to cancel the adoption, but no such thing as adoption cancellation existed then. She also tries to see if somebody can adopt Chandri's daughter, but adopting a girl child was never allowed. Finally,
Saheba tells her son that he is free to do whatever he wants. She gets ready to face the serious consequence of the marriage. The film ends with
Saheba waiting on the steps of her house and an angered Venkobanna arriving with the police and announcing their arrival.
It is difficult to say what Thaayi Saheba was all about. It was evidently a film that narrated the transition in the Indian society from the pre independence to the post independence periods. We can easily skip the transition part and look at the film as a straight narrative about the life of Narmada
. The film also narrates the social conditions of women during that period.
Saheba can definitely be viewed as a sum total of all these interpretations. We witness the social and political transition of the Indian Society through the life of the protagonist.
According to the scripture, Aandavargal was born in 1857 at Markampatti, a village in Oddanchatram Taluk, Dindigul district, Tamil Nadu. He was named Khader Badsha Rowther by his parents - his father being Jamal Hussain Rowther and mother Periya
. He had his primary education in the village elementary school and followed the profession of his father as an agriculturist.
"Deiva Magan" was released on September 1969 to positive critical acclaim with the praise directed towards Sivaji's performance. The film was dubbed in Telugu as "Koteeswarulu". Its success led to a Kannada remake "
Mamathe" (1985). None of the Hindi films including Bairaag were not remakes of this film.
After Puneeth Rajakumar punching and pleasing performance it is music director V Harikrishna who wins the heart - the songs Hai Paru Hele Paaru... Kuch Kuch Andhidhe... And Soorya Ninna
Anegu...long standing ones. S Krishna of 'Mungaru Male' has done pretty good job in his camera. The smoke fight, the South Africa and Ladak locations, Melkote, Rajasthan portions the small lanes he has captured very convincingly in his camera.
Devaru () is a 1971 Indian Kannada language drama film written by Shivam and directed by Siddalingaiah. It stars Rajkumar, M. V. Rajamma and Bharathi in the lead roles. The film was released under Jain Movies banner and produced by Chandulal Jain. H. R. Bhargava worked as associate director, M. S. Rajashekar as assistant director and G. K. Venkatesh was the soundtrack and score composer. The dialogues and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar.
S. Mahendar is an Indian film director working in Kannada cinema. He is also a politician with the BJP contesting from Kollegal constituency in Karnataka. He debuted into cinema with "Pranayada Pakshigalu" (1992) and went to direct for over 30 films. He also acted in "Gattimela" (2001) in the lead role under his own direction. His well-known movies include "
Illada Thavaru" (1995), "Karpoorada Gombe" (1996), "Snehaloka" (1999), "Asura" (2001), "Vaalee" (2001), "Ninagagi" (2002), "Gowdru" (2004) and "Thandege Thakka Maga" (2006).
He started singing in movies occasionally and later went on to singing devotional songs for albums. The first song he sang was in the movie "Nagarahole" and he has recorded some duet songs with the notable legendary singers S. Janaki and P. Susheela. The first devotional album sung by him was on "Lord Ayappa" and the title of the album was "Jyothiroopa Ayappa". His other albums were "
Bhanashankari" (on goddess Banashankari) and "Vishwapremi Ayappa". He also sang devotional songs on Dharmastala's Lord Manjunathaswamy, Malemadeshwara and Ranachandi Chamundi.
Following his initial brief roles, Ramkumar came back in 1993 through the film "Gejje Naada" in a lead role opposite a newcomer Shwetha. The film was declared a musical hit with his performance being lauded. This was followed by a devotional biographical film "Bhagawan Sri Saibaba" which had an ensemble cast. In 1994, he starred in B. C. Patil's story "Poorna Sathya" which failed at the box-office. The years 1995 and 1996 saw his maximum number of films releasing of which only "Kavya", "
Illada Thavaru", "Thavarina Thottilu" and "Gaaya" proved to be successful. His other films were completely wash outs with back to back failures.
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