Synonyms for varshini or Related words with varshini

vanadevatha              kannukal              poocha              anandha              sookshikkuka              theerpu              kodalu              thappa              sundaran              kaathirunna              thilakam              maduve              varavu              rajavu              ponmuttayidunna              kodallu              pillalu              iniyum              savaal              kaattile              maathu              vishayam              vilikkunnu              ulladakkam              pambaram              aathi              snehamulla              makkalu              kamaladalam              puthri              nyayavidhi              thumbolarcha              sukham              changathi              marikkumo              kudumba              bagavathi              sambhavam              iddaru              hrudaya              njaan              eradu              njan              idanilangal              pennu              appunni              kadathanattu              swapnangal              noottandu              vachina             



Examples of "varshini"
The story then comes to the present where it is revealed that the vassal has invited Varshini to the national capital. Kama tells Varshini that her mother's last wish was to be cremated with the holy temple fire. The film ends with Varshini, wearing the sacred thread, cremating her mother with the holy temple fire and dancing to pay homage to her mother's artiste.
He is married to Kalpana Muralidharan and they have two children, Varshini and Saravan Krishna.
The district will have two revenue divisions of Manthani and Ramagundam are sub-divided into 14 mandals. Alugu varshini is the present collector of the district.
His other notable hit movies include Amrutha Varshini, Laali, Simhada mari, Kurigalu Saar Kurigalu, Appu, Kanti, Nanna Kanasina Hoove, Minchina Ota, Chitra, etc.
Thamizh Desam () () is a 2011 Tamil film starring newcomers Raghuvannan and Varshini in the lead roles. The film has been directed and written by Tamizh Selvan. The lead actor Raghuvannan is the son of a prominent character actor/director Manivannan.
In devotional music, Pt Kumar was most acclaimed for his Kannada vachana and dasara pada Singing, Popular ones include "smarane saalade" of Nada Varshini Album. He also has multiple Devotional and Classical CD album to his credit.
Thiru (Nandha) is a young Airtel employee, who has just moved into the family's new house in Tuticorin, with his sister (Varshini), mother (Seetha), and grandmother (Sukumari). Their happiness is tinged with the grief of Thiru's father's recent death, before the construction could be completed.
Sumangali () is an 2017 Indian-Tamil Language Family Series starring Divya, Pradeep, Srividya, Varshini, Deepa and Ilavarasan. It started airing on Monday to Saturday from 6 March 2017 at 12:00PM (IST). It was produced by Sathya Jyothi Films and director by B. Nithianandam.
Mazhavillu is a 1999 Malayalam romance film directed by Dinesh Baboo, based on his own Kannada movie "Amrutha Varshini". It stars Kunchako Boban, Preeti Jhangiani, and Vineeth in the lead roles, with Lalu Alex, Chithra, and Praveena in other pivotal roles.
Riktha is a 2017 Indian Kannada comedy horror film directed by debutante Amruth Kumar and produced by G. Arun Kumar. The film features Sanchari Vijay donning four different roles: a child, a lover, a drunkard and a comedian. Vagdevi Advika and Ramya Varshini also feature in the lead roles. The film's music is composed by Rocky Sonu and the cinematography is by Muralidhar.
Ramesh Aravind (born 10 September 1964) is an Indian actor, filmmaker and a television presenter. He has predominantly worked in Kannada and Tamil films whilst acting in a few Telugu, Malayalam and Bollywood films. He is known for his roles in "Sathi Leelavathi", "Duet", "America America", "Nammoora Mandara Hoove", "Ulta Palta", "Hoomale" and "Amrutha Varshini".
I Am That Change is a 2014, Telugu short film directed by Sukumar and produced by actor Allu Arjun on Geetha Arts. Apart from Allu Arjun, the short film features an ensemble cast of Tanisshq Reddy, Vikram Chaitanya, Surya Ashrith, Trisha, Sri Varshini, Bharath Reddy and Sathish. Sai Karthik is the music director and Amol Rathod is the cinematographer while Prawin Pudi is the editor.
In 1990, he received his first Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director. He received the Tamil Nadu Government's Kalaimamani Award in the year 1992. In 1995, the film "Aasai" brought him another state film award. For "Baasha", he got the Tamil Nadu Arts and Cultural Academy Award. Award by Guinness world records for Sivappu Mazhai world fastest movie from script to screening. He has also been honoured by awards from popular journals like "Dinakaran", "Cinema Express" and "Screen".He won Filmfare Award for Best Music Director - Kannada film Amrutha Varshini
Jain started her acting career as early as when she was 16. She was approached by the Rajkumar's home production in 1997 with a two-film offers. The first released movie was "Shivaranjini" opposite Raghavendra Rajkumar and the second release was "Shiva Sainya" opposite Shivarajkumar. The latter film was successful and she began to get offers from many other production houses. She made a cameo appearance alongside Ramesh Aravind in the hit movie "Amrutha Varshini". She also played a vital role in the Arjun Sarja, Tabu starrer Tamil film, "Thaayin Manikodi".
The story begins with a Bharathanatiyam dancer, Varshini, being invited to the national capital of India on the eve of India being declared a republic. The temple priest who has nurtured since her birth takes her to the Brihadeeshvara Temple to meet a temple dancer named Kama. The story then flashes back to the 1920s. The temple dancer is about to retire from her service as a dancer and has chosen her daughter Madhura as her descendent. The vassal of the Tanjavore Presidency is attracted to Madhura. In addition to being a temple dancer, Madhura has to satisfy the vassal's desires. Madhura is more interested in developing her art of dancing. Meanwhile, Shiva, a lower caste temple servant has awe for Madhura's art. He threatens the vassal for an attempt to murder by a rebellious group called "Vande Mataram". But things don't go so and Shiva is accused of lying. He is sent into an exile but eventually mixes with the same group "Vande Mataram". In order to broaden his prospects, the vassal asks Madhura to seduce the collector of Tanjavore through her art. Madhura rejects thus decision and disappears. Now, Kama, Madhura's sister, is chosen as the temple dancer. Learning the barbaric thoughts of the vassal, Kama chooses to elope like Madhura. She finds that Madhura is a part of the rebellious "Vande Mataram" group. Things become more complicated as the sacred thread from temple goes missing. Madhura is accused of stealing and the vassal orders her arrest. Shiva confesses to the policemen that he is the real accused but secretly tells Madhura where had he kept the sacred thread. Shiva is hanged to death for the charges of robbery. Madhura is pregnant and dies while giving birth to her child. The child is none other than Varshini herself. She is a look alike of Madhura.