Synonyms for yudham or Related words with yudham
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He shifted to the Dramatic field and acted with Vemuri Gaggayya and Sthanam Narasimha Rao in the plays "Jarasandha", "Sarangadhara" and "Tulabaram". He later joined Prabhat Theatres of Banda Kanakalingeswara Rao and acted as Arjununa in "Pandava", Vengala Rao in "Bobbili
", Satyavan in "Sati Savitri", Bhavani Shankar in "Chintamani" and as Kalidas in "Kalidas". He acted in Ramanjaneya
as Lord Rama with Betha Venkata Rao.
is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Baby and produced by Thiruppathi Chettiyar. The film stars Sukumaran, Ravikumar, Sumalatha and Jagathy Sreekumar in lead roles. The film had musical score by KJ Joy.
is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by NP Suresh and produced by Purushan Alappuzha. The film stars Jayabharathi, Jagathy Sreekumar, Jose Prakash and Sukumaran in lead roles. The film had musical score by A. T. Ummer.
Collaborating with Dr.Bhargavi Rao was P Jayalakshmi, they translated and published Seela Subhadra Devi's full-length poem
Oka Gunde Kotha into English as War a Heart's Ravage in March 2003
is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by CV Hariharan. The film stars Adoor Bhasi, Kuthiravattam Pappu, Sukumari and Jagathy Sreekumar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Jerry Amaldev.
is a 1983 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. Sasikumar and produced by KP Kottarakkara. The film stars Prem Nazir, Madhu, Ratheesh and Poornima Jayaram in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shankar Ganesh.
Chadalavada Kutumba Rao, popularly known as Chadalavada (died 1968), was a Tollywood actor well known for his comedian roles. He appeared in many Telugu films. The prominent among them are: Aada Paduchu, Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu, Bharya Bharthalu, Jayabheri, Krishna Leelalu (1959), Maya Bazaar, Palletooru, Parivartana, Pelli Naati Pramanalu, Sri Krishnarjuna
(1963), Thirupathamma Katha (1963 ), and Thodi Kodallu.
His first mythological film was in 1957, where he portrayed Krishna in the blockbuster film "Maya Bazaar". He essayed the role of Krishna in 17 films, including some landmark films like "Sri Krishnarjuna
" (1962), the Tamil film "Karnan" (1964) and "Daana Veera Soora Karna" (1977).
Returning to the stage, he acted in the "Ramanjaneya
" play of Betha Venkata Rao as Narada and gave hundreds of performances. He has earned a good name in playing Bilvamangala, Shivayogi, Ramadasu, Kabir and Narada. He participated in "Tulabharam" play of Sthanam Narasimha Rao before Jawaharlal Nehru in New Delhi in 1952.
He entered Telugu films with "Mala Pilla" (1938) directed by Gudavalli Ramabrahmam as Sundararama Sastry. He played many Mythological, historical and social roles. He has distinct posture and gesture that are characteristic of this great acting genius. He portrayed Mayala Marathi in "Bala Nagamma" (1942), Brahma Naidu in "Palnati
", Shvaukaru Changaiah in "Shavukaru" and Lubdhavadhanulu in "Kanyasulkam".
The story is adopted for films in Telugu and Tamil languages and made as "Sri Krishnarjuna
" in 1962/1963 and directed by Kadiri Venkata Reddy. It is starring N. T. Rama Rao as Lord Krishna, Akkineni Nageshwara Rao as Arjuna and Dhulipala as Gayudu.
The battle of Palnadu (Palnati
) was immortalized in Telugu literature by the poet Srinatha in his 'Palnati Vira Charita'. The only other scholarly book on the subject was written by Gene Roghair titled "Epic of Palnadu: Study and Translation of Palnati Virula Katha, a Telugu Oral Tradition from Andhra Pradesh". It was a battle between two factions of the Kalachuris (Haihaya).
He has acted in some films. The most notable performance was in "Nartanasala" (1963), wherein he portrayed the role of Bheema. He also acted in "Bheemanjaneya
",Veera abhimanyu.In his short stint in the silver screen .Dandamudi acted alongside stalwarts like Dr.N.T.Rama Rao,Shoban babu,S.V.Ranga Rao and Kantha Rao. his film nartanasala won best film in Indonesian Film festival at jakarta in 1963
Gudavalli Ramabrahmam was an Indian film director, screenwriter, and producer known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema. He is known for directing critically acclaimed social problem films like "Mala Pilla" (1938) and "Raithu Bidda" (1939). In 1945, he was elected as the chairman for "South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce". He was the co-director for the film "Palnati
The Battle of Palnadu (Palnati
) was immortalized in Telugu literature by the poet Srinatha in his 'Palnati Vira Charita'. The only other scholarly book on the subject was written by Gene Roghair titled "Epic of Palnadu: Study and Translation of Palnati Virula Katha, a Telugu Oral Tradition from Andhra Pradesh". This war was very important in the social history of Andhra Pradesh. It was a battle between two factions of the Palanati Haihayas.
Nayakuralu Nagamma was a renowned statesperson and minister to King Nalagama, the ruler of Palanadu in Guntur District. She is one of the key characters, along with Bramha Naidu, in the epic war - Palnati
(War of Palnad) set in the medieval Andhra Pradesh, a southern state of India. She can be listed as one of the most powerful women in the medieval times in India and in the world.
He started acting at age 45. His first film was "Mayakannadi" in 2007, following which he received more acting assignments. His role as the village school teacher, Chokkalingam, in Company Production's critically acclaimed "Pasanga" is considered his breakthrough performance, for which he received accolades and several awards. Apart from "Pasanga", he played notable supporting roles in other commercially successful ventures such as "Naadodigal", "Vamsam", "Naan Mahaan Alla", "Bale Pandiya" and "
Sei" and "Mankatha". He also appeared in Pandiraj's "Marina".
Kanakam was born in Kharagpur in 1927 and later shifted to Vijayawada. She started singing folk songs in All India Radio since childhood. She became famous for playing Nayakuralu Nagamma in "Palnati
" and Sri Krishna in "Kurukshetram" dramas. She also played as Srirama, Chintamani and many more and toured the entire state playing the dramas. She is contemporary to Peesapati Narasimha Murty, Shanmukhi Anjaneya Raju, Kalyanam Raghuramaiah, Relangi Venkataramaiah, Madhavapeddi Satyam and others.
Her film career began with the Chandramati character in "Harischandra" (1935) of Star combines. She acted in about 150 films and won accolades for her roles in "Draupadi Vastrapaharanam", "Kanakataara", "Saranagadhara", "Gruhalakshmi", and "Chandika". She acted in the title role of "Kannagi" in Tamil and in "Palnati
" as Nayakuralu Nagamma opposite Govindarajula Subba Rao. She acted in "Ashok Kumar" (1941) as Queen opposite another great actor, Chittor V. Nagaiah. She acted together P. U. Chinnappa in many movies, such as "Kannagi", "Mahamaya", "Harischandra" and "Tulasi Jalandhar".
Rao has made his foray as a character actor in super-hits such as "Mana Desam" (1949), "Palletoori Pilla" (1950), "Devadasu" (1953), "Bangaru Papa" (1954), "Raju Peda" (1954), "Thodi Kodallu" (1957), "Chenchu Lakshmi" (1958), "Pelli Naati Pramanalu" (1958), "Nammina Bantu" (1959), "Gundamma Katha" (1962), "Karpagam" (1963), "Naanum Oru Penn" (1963), "Bobbili
" (1964), "Bandhavyalu" (1968), "Lakshmi Nivasam" (1968), "Prem Nagar" (1971), and "Dussehra Bullodu" (1971). In his honor, the Andhra Pradesh Government has instituted the S. V. Ranga Rao Award for Best Character Actor.
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