Synonyms for yamagola or Related words with yamagola
Examples of "yamagola"
The film's story is similar to fantasy films like "Yamaleela", "Yamudiki Mogudu", "
" and "Yamadonga".
In 1977, "
" was released and this is the great turning point of his career.
Malli Modalayindi is a Telugu film. It is directed by Shrinivasa Reddy. Srikanth, Venu Thottempudi, Meera Jasmine and Reema Sen play the lead roles.
Yamanukku Yaman is a 1980 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Yoganand.D, starring Sivaji Ganesan and Sripriya in lead roles. The film was a remake of Telugu film "
or Yama Gola is a 1977 Silver Jubilee Telugu film directed by Tatineni Rama Rao and produced by cinematographer S. Venkataratnam. It is a fantasy and comedy film starring N.T. Rama Rao and Jayaprada in lead roles.
D.V. Narasaraju or Datla Venkata Narasaraju (Telugu: డి.వి.నరసరాజు) (July 15, 1920 - August 28, 2006) was a writer and director of South India films and playwright. He has written stories such as Gundamma Katha,
, and Donga Ramudu.
Meera Jasmine's biggest commercial success in Telugu remains "Bhadra" with Ravi Teja in the male lead. Her other Telugu films are "Raraju, Maharadhi,
Malli Modalayindi, Gorintaku" and "Maa Ayana Chanti Pilladu", in which she is paired for a second time with Sivaji.
Lok Parlok is a 1979 Bollywood fantasy film produced by S. Venkataratnam on Sree Pallavi Productions banner, directed by Tatineni Rama Rao. Starring Jeetendra, Jayapradha in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The film is remake of Telugu blockbuster Movie "
" (1977), starring N.T.Rama Rao, Jayapradha in pivotal roles. Both the movies are made by same banner & director.
Rama Lingaiah played memorable roles in classics like "Mayabazar" (as one of the Sarma-Sastry duo), "Missamma", "Muthyala Muggu", "Sankarabharanam" (his speech preceding the song "Dorakunaa Ituvanti Seva" commenting on the downfall of modern-day music, and the scene where he admonishes Somayajulu), "Saptapadi", "
" ("Taalamu vesitini, gollemu marachitini!"), and numerous movies of the 80s, where he played a soft and unhated villain with the likes of Raogopal Rao and Nagabhushanam. His comedic timing and his nasal voice distinguished his many comic performances.
Later in his career, he stopped playing the role of a prince in his commercial films and began to play roles of a poor yet heroic young man fighting against the existing system. These films appealed to the sentiments of the common man. Some of these films are "Devudu Chesina Manushulu" (1973), "Adavi Ramudu" (1977), "Driver Ramudu" (1979), "Vetagadu" (1979), "Sardar Papa Rayudu" (1980), "Kondaveeti Simham" (1981), "Justice Chowdhary" (1982) and "Bobbili Puli" (1982). He also portrayed fantasy roles, his notable film in that genre being "
Narasa Raju debuted in films as a writer with the film "Peddamanushulu" in 1954. It was K. V. Reddy who, after watching Narasa Raju’s play "Natakam" screened at the 100 days function of Pathala Bhairavi in 1951, introduced him to the film industry. He penned more than 92 stories including industry classics like "Gundamma Katha", "Bhaktha Prahalada", "
", "Rangula Ratnam", "Manasu Mamatha" and "Donga Ramudu". "Karu Diddina Kapuram" is one of the few films that he directed and also played a cameo role in "Chevilo Puvvu". His last work was the 2006 film "Maya Bazaar" that stars Raja and Bhoomika in the lead roles.
In 2007, his movie "
Malli Modalayindi" co-starring Srikanth, Meera Jasmine and Reemma Sen was released. This movie was successful at the box-office. In 2008, he was seen in a small yet vital role in the movie "Chintakayala Ravi" starring Venkatesh. In 2009 he was seen in "Gopi Gopika Godavari" directed by Vamsy and co-starring Kamalinee Mukherjee. In 2011, Venu was seen in Dileep Polan's "Mayagadu" opposite Charmy Kaur. His next release was titled "Ramachari" and directed by Eshawar. He is paired with Kamalinee Mukherjee in this movie. Venu was also seen in N. T. Rama Rao Jr.'s movie "Dammu", directed by Boyapati Srinu.
She was trained as a classical dancer and performed at many dance shows. At one of these shows, filmmaker Prakash Rao saw her and cast her in a dance sequence for the Telugu film Gaalipataalu (1974). It led to dance numbers in hit films Krishnaveni (1974), Soggadu (1975) and
(1977). She was also seen as a vamp in Nayakudu Vinayakudu opposite ANR and Jayalalitha. She was then cast in the film President Peramma where she performed a dance number, and then the film's director K. Vishwanath asked her to submit some photographs where she wasn't wearing any make-up. She complied and he liked the results and cast her in the lead role as an unglamorous dancer in his next film Shankarabharanam (1979), a film that broke box office records and became a landmark in Telugu cinema. Besides the dubbed version of Sankarabharanam, she has acted in some landmark Malayalam movies too. She has done a Tamil movie song in "BILLA" 1980. Although, she was very satisfied with the film as it gave her fame and respect, she didn't get many roles in films after that her 6 feet height being the reason, but she choose to concentrate on her dance programs and running the dance school.
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