Synonyms for ullasa or Related words with ullasa

paravaigal              iniyum              kaattu              pillalu              nooru              thalattu              cheppu              vilakkum              pennu              mattum              sookshikkuka              kutumbam              neeku              yamagola              mugguru              chuvanna              vazhga              kaaval              kapuram              yaathra              iddaru              kodalu              thaai              theerpu              geetham              njaan              kanasu              kunguma              puthu              vayasu              vendum              pennum              gaanam              tammudu              kannukal              bhoomiyile              poratam              kamaladalam              gandu              kudumba              angaadi              moham              ithu              thedi              vandha              maduve              hrudaya              porutham              chathurangam              killathe             



Examples of "ullasa"
The title "Manasollasa" (मानसोल्लास) is a compound Sanskrit word, consisting of "manas" ( मनस्) or "mind" and "ullasa" (उल्लास) or "rejoicing, delighting". It means "the joy, delighter or entertainer of the mind". Alternatively, the compound word can be broken as "manasa" and "ullasa", which mean "happiness of mind".
Gautam made her film debut in Kannada film "Ullasa Utsaha". Whilst the film failed at the box office, Gautam received positive reviews for her performance.
Ullasa Utsaha () is a 2009 Kannada language film directed by Devaraja Palan starring Ganesh and Yami Gautam. A remake of the Telugu film "Ullasamga Utsahamga", it was produced by B.P. Thyagaraju and co-produced by vinay aryan and had the music by G. V. Prakash Kumar.
His career in cinema started as a cinematographer. He stood behind the camera for noted Malayalam films like "Dhruvam", "King", "Ullasa Poonkattu" and the blockbuster movie "Commissioner" which was instrumental in raising Suresh Gopi, currently a superstar in Malayalam movie world to stardom.
His third film as hero, "Hudugaata", was released on 8 June 2007. His subsequent films have included "Cheluvina Chithara" (2007), "Gaalipata" (2008), "Krishna" (2007), "Aramane" (2008), "Bombaat" (2008), "Sangama" (2008), "Circus" (2009), "Ullasa Utsaha", and "MaLeyali Jotheyali" (2009), "Eno Onthara" (2010), "Kool" (2011), "Maduve Mane" (2011), "Shyloo" (2011), "Munjane", "Romeo" (2012), "Shravani Subramanya" (2013) and "Mungaru Male 2" (2016).
Ullasa Paravaigal ("Amusing birds") is a Tamil language film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of. The movie has evergreen songs that are murmured even today. The movie was a hit at the box office. This film has been dubbed into Telugu as "Prema Pichi" and in Hindi as "Do Dil Deewane".
Ullasamga Utsahamga (English: "Happily.. Energetically...") is a 2008 Telugu film, starring Yasho Sagar and Sneha Ullal in their debut, directed by A. Karunakaran. With music composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, the film was released on 25 July 2008. It was remade into Kannada as "Ullasa Utsaha" (2009). It was also dubbed into Malayalam as "Ayyo Pavam" and in Hindi as "Baazi Pyaar Ki".
"Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum" has been referenced in many films. Janagaraj's character in "Rajadhi Raja" (1989) sings a portion of "Ullasa Ulagam", before meeting with a fate similar to that of Thangavelu's character Gulam in "Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum". Goundamani and Sathyaraj's characters imitate the song "Maasila Unmai Kadhale" in "Rickshaw Mama" (1992). Vellaisamy (Vadivelu) and Pazhanisamy (Vivek) sing the beginning portion of "Ullasa Ulagam" in "Pongalo Pongal" (1997). In "Baba" (2002), the title character (Rajinikanth) and his friends see the clip where Alibaba closes the cave using the phrase "close sesame" after entering it using the words "open sesame". Actor Narayan has stated that his 2015 film "Thiranthidu Seese" was named after the dialogue of the same name spoken by Ramachandran in "Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum". In "Thoppi" (2015), the Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments orders police inspector Kuzhanthaisamy to find a stolen film reel box; the film is "Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum".
Karibasavaiah (1959 – 3 February 2012) was an Indian actor who appeared in Kannada cinema and a theatre personality. He has acted in over 120 films. He died on 3 February 2012 after a road traffic accident in Bangalore. He made his debut in the movie "Undo Hodha, Kondu Hodha". Some of his memorable films are "Kotreshi Kanasu", "Janumada Jodi", "Galate Aliyandru", "Mungarina Minchu", "Yaarige Salute Sambala", "Police Story 2" and "Ullasa Utsaha".
Vithika started acting as a child artist at age 11, appearing in Telugu television series, and made her film debut at age 15 in the Kannada film "Anthu Inthu Preethi Banthu". She stated that her Kannada debut happened by chance when she accompanied her aunt, who is a stylist, to the film sets where she was spotted and offered a role in the film. A remake of the Telugu film "Aadavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule", she played the role that Swati Reddy played in the original, after which she appeared in another Kannada film "Ullasa Utsaha".
The film's original soundtrack and score were composed by Susarla Dakshinamurthi, while the lyrics were written by A. Maruthakasi. A large number of the tracks were re-used from "Alibaba aur 40 Chor". The soundtrack played a key role in the film's success. The "dilruba" in the songs was played by Shanmugham. The song "Azhagaana Ponnu Naan" is based on the Mayamalavagowla raga. The opening line of this song was later used in a song titled "Azhagana Ponnu Thaan" from "Nenjirukkum Varai" (2006). "Ullasa Ulagam" was later remixed by Pravin Mani and Vidyasagar in "Jayamkondaan" (2008). The song "Chinnanchiru Chitte" was remixed in "Muruga" (2007). Elements from the song were also used in "Andangkaka" from "Anniyan" (2005).
Ullasa Utsaha is the remake of the recent Telugu hit, "Ullasamga Utsahamga". The hero Yasho Sagar, a Kannadiga by birth recommended Ganesh to be the hero of the remake. Ganesh felt it was a tailor made role for him and agreed to act. The film later ran into some trouble when papers reported that its heroine Shraddha Arya dropped out of the film three days into the first schedule due to personal reasons. However, the producers and Ganesh maintained that she was never involved with the film. For a short while the film progressed without a heroine. A few weeks later Yami - a television artist from Chandigarh - was cast. GV Prakash who scored the original film will also be scoring the remake.
Pattukkottai Prabakar is an Indian writer of Tamil crime and detective fiction. He has also worked as a screenwriter in the Tamil film industry, and also for "Paramapadham", the first Tamil-language "mega-serial" to be shown on Doordarshan. Pattukkottai Prabakar was born to Shri. V. Radhakrishnan and Smt.R.Chandra on July 30, 1958. He completed his masters in economics in the renowned St.Joseph's college, Trichy. He pursued his career as an eminent writer. His debut as an author was in 1977, when his work was published in Ananda Vikatan. So far he has penned 200+ short stories, 300+ novels and 70+ serials. His versatility has taken his works to other languages too. His efficiency has been proved in publishing too, when he ran ungal junior and ullasa oonjal magazines for ten years. He has contributed towards the story, screenplay and dialogues for up to twenty five Tamil films. Television serials are a piece of cake for him, where he worked in projects like jeypathu nijam, paramapatham, gopuram, varam,etc.. His works like Maram and Kanavugal ilavasam are part of literature syllabus in private colleges and two Ph.D scholars have acquired their doctorate by researching his writings.