Synonyms for yedho or Related words with yedho

velai              mazhai              ennai              ninne              kaatru              kaattu              pudhu              paravaigal              yaare              kavithai              thottu              mounam              neeyum              iniyum              vayasu              neeye              kavalai              vendum              inikkum              njaan              thaai              kalyaanam              geetham              kunguma              manithan              kaalamellam              thozhi              meendum              njan              varai              ithu              mattum              mudhal              thalaivan              theerpu              koottam              ullam              unnai              vandha              idhu              thedi              konjum              ullasa              chesina              pennin              intlo              ulagam              neeku              indha              mozhi             



Examples of "yedho"
Her debut was with music director Harris Jayaraj, for the song called "Yedho Ondru" from the movie "Laysa Laysa". This movie also introduced Trisha, one of the leading Tamil actresses.
His second film, "Yennamo Yedho", a remake of the Telugu film, "Ala Modalaindi" released in April 2014 to mixed reviews and a lukewarm box office, while Gautham's performance was praised by the critics.
His next release was director Aishwarya Dhanush's "Vai Raja Vai" on 1 May 2015, which opened to positive reviews and was a commercial success.
The New Indian Express wrote, "The film may not be the best of romantic comedies. But it’s a fairly enjoyable watch". Indiaglitz stated, "A little bit of action, a lot of comedy - mostly situational and full of romance, "Yennamo Yedho" is a fairly clean entertainer and a lighthearted movie experience to chill out on, with friends and family". Oneindia.in called it "an enjoyable movie".
In Telugu, she sang "Maamidi komma ki" in Sekhar Kammula's film" Avakai Biryani", "Yedho" in "Sasirekha Parinayam", "Premadesam Yuvarani" in Jr. NTR Starrer Shakti besides Hemachandra, Sutiga Choodaku in "Ishq", a Telugu movie. In Kannada, she sang "Mussanje rangalli" in the movie "Psycho", which became a hit.
The film received negative reviews from critics. The Times of India gave the film 2 stars out of 5 and wrote, "It is a convoluted plot that just feels inane on paper but one that could pass off as a comedy of the absurd on screen. But, because of its uneven tone, the film comes across as something that is severely disjointed and unfocussed. The Hindu wrote, "there’s no end to the tiresome sequence of romance and break-ups in "Yennamo Yedho". It has everything going wrong for it. A convoluted plot, unimpresive performances and unfunny comedy". Sify wrote "the plot is hackneyed, romance is half baked and lead pair is unimpressive", calling the film "a pale version of the original" and describing it as "heartbreakingly disappointing". Deccan Chronicle wrote, "Despite being the remake of "Ala Modalaindi", which was a hit in Telugu, "Yennamo Yedho" fails to impress". Behindwoods.com gave 1.75 stars out of 5 and wrote, ""Yennamo Yedho" has very few gripping scenes and doesn’t make the connect with the viewer. Its pace is laborious and the romance that is portrayed is nothing new to the viewer. The so-called twists are also predictable and artificial. In spite of the refreshing lead pair, the movie leaves you weary".
Yennamo Yedho () is a 2014 Indian Tamil romantic comedy film directed by Ravi Thyagarajan starring Gautham Karthik with Nikesha Patel reprising the role portrayed by Sneha Ullal and Rakul Preet Singh reprising the role portrayed by Nithya Menon. A remake of the Telugu film "Ala Modalaindi", the film was produced by Ravi Prasad Productions and has music by D. Imman. Gopi Jagadeeswaran was the cinematographer and Lalgudi N Illayaraja, of "Vishwaroopam" fame, was the art director. The film released on 25 April 2014 to mixed reviews.
Most notably the album is the fiftieth album of the Chennai-based Think Music label, which was founded in 2007. During a press conference held by Think Music in mid-March 2010, it was announced that, thanks to the enormous success of the audio, an additional track has been composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja and included in the film at an appropriate place. The new CD including the new track, titled "Yedho Ondru", was released during the release of the film in early April.
In 2014, Rakul debuted in a starring role in Bollywood with Divya Kumar's directorial debut "Yaariyan", after which her third Tamil film "Yennamo Yedho" released. By mid-2014, she was working on four Telugu films simultaneously, which were directed by Sriwaas, G. Nageswara Reddy, Srinivas Reddy and Gopichand Malineni, respectively. Sriwaas' "Loukyam" and G. Nageswara Reddy's "Current Theega" were her next releases. She received positive reviews for her performances in both films, with 123telugu.com going on to claim that she was "slowly becoming a star actress". Her next released film was "Pandaga Chesko".
Patel started working in the Tamil film industry too. Her first Tamil offer was "Amali Thumali" (initially titled as "Nanba") opposite Nakul which she said "did not come through", but she was signed for another Tamil film opposite Nakul titled "Narathan". She has been signed for two more Tamil projects besides "Narathan", "Yennamo Yedho" co-starring Gautham Karthik and Rakul Preet Singh and "Thalaivan". She has signed her next films in Kannada, "Namaste Madam" opposite Srinagar Kitty and in Telugu, "RUM", directed and produced by MS Raju. In 2016 she Became busy in all language with "araku road lo" with Telugu hero sai stating to release in September and also Tamil film " 7 naatkal" with hero shakthi vasu. She had signed ont to play the lead in Tamil film "sigandi" with vijay vasanth which the film did not take off. It was stated by her that she would be shifting to Los Angeles to start working in Hollywood.
Prashanthini first began her playback career with Harris Jayaraj for the movie "12B". However, after this song, she took a long break and came back in the G. V. Prakash Kumar composed film "Veyyil". She became instantly famous after singing the song "Mundhinam Parthene" for the movie "Varanam Aayiram" composed by Harris Jayaraj. Now she is singing for many composers and hopes for a long innings in playback singing without falling under her father's shadows.Her Ayyayo... (Aadukalam), Lolita... (Engeyum Kaadhal), Enge En Idhayam... (Kandaen) and Ennamo Yedho... (Ko), feature among the top 20 popular songs on FM radio. All the four numbers are melodies that have caught the imagination of the youth. In the world of film music, people are trying to track down this elusive singer with a sweet melodious voice.
From the previous film, the producers made it clear that apart from Ajith Kumar, and Rahman, most of the other characters would not be retained. The female lead role was expected to be handed to Anushka Shetty, but despite media speculation she was not signed on. The female lead role was handed to debutant Huma Qureshi, a Mumbai-based theatre actor who had previously been featured in commercials, with Toleti finalising Qureshi after a nationwide search for an actress. However, she was removed from the project by September 2011, due to date clashes, and became replaced by Miss India World 2008 Parvathy Omanakuttan later that month, who the director had spotted and offered the role of Jasmine at a fashion show. Parvathy described her character as a "simple girl who transforms into a modern person" and that Billa looks up to, adding that she was had more scenes in the "emotional part" of the film. Bollywood actress and model Bruna Abdullah was selected to portray another significant character, which she went on term as "super powerful, very strong and sexy". Besides models Abdullah, and Parvathy Omanakuttan, Meenakshi Dixit was recruited for the item number "Madurai Ponnu". Another three models including, Gabriela Bertante, Nicole Amy Madell, and an unknown artist, was recruited to perform a dance number "Yedho Mayakkam".
Music was something that was natural to him since he hails from a musical family. His parents, J. M. Raju and Latha Raju, are playback singers in Malayalam while his grandmother, late Smt. Santha P. Nair and grandfather, late K. Padmanabhan Nair were well known names in the Malayalam music industry in 60s and 70s. Though in his school days he wanted to become a professional cricketer and represent India in the International level, his under graduation days at Loyola College (Chennai) had other plans for him. His college mates inspired him to take up singing and bass guitar in parallel in his 1ast year. Months of practice made Aalaap a self-taught musician in playing bass guitar and singing, Aalaap's name spread through the most prestigious cultural events in India especially 'Saarang' (hosted by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Chennai) where he was awarded 'Best Instrumentalist' for his bass playing. And that was the starting point of numerous recording sessions and live performances in India and abroad. His singing took more prominence once "Ennamo Yedho" and "Engeyum Kadhal' released in 2011, composed by Harris Jayaraj. Aalaap now concentrates on singing and bass playing equally in Studios and Live.
Ala Modalaindi (meaning: "That's how it started") is a 2011 Indian Telugu romantic comedy film written and directed by Nandini Reddy under the Sri Ranjith Movies banner. It stars Nani, Nithya Menen and Sneha Ullal in the lead roles. The film was released on 21 January 2011. The film opened to favourable reviews by critics and turned out to become a super hit and one of biggest blockbuster of the year, and successfully completed 100 days. The film collected a revenue of till 100 days. A Bengali remake of this movie named "Olpo Olpo Premer Golpo" starring Niloy Alamgir and Anika Kabir Shokh was released on 29 August 2014. A Tamil remake of this movie named "Yennamo Yedho" starring Gautham Karthik and Rakul Preet Singh was released on April 2014. The Kannada version of the film was titled as "Bhale Jodi" and directed by Sadhu Kokila. A Hindi Sequel has been planned, which would be directed by Nandini Reddy. The movie was remade in Bangladeshi Bengali as "Olpo Olpo Premer Golpo" produced by Jaaz Multimedia. The film marked the debut of famous comedian Thagubothu Ramesh.