Kuva Kuva Vaathugal
Kuva Kuva Vaathugal is a 1984 Tamil Indian feature film directed by Manivannan for Panchu Arunachalam' s Panchu Movies. The film stars Sivakumar, Sulakshana and Ilavarasi in the lead roles. Sivakumar Sulakshana Pandiyan Ilavarasi Janagaraj Manorama Thengai Srinivasan Mohan - Special appearance Sasikala - Special appearance Soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraja and lyrics were written by Panchu Arunachalam. "Nenachen Nenachen" - Vani Jayaram "Paayum Puli" - S. Janaki "Pollatha Aasai" - SPB, Vani Jayaram "Thenil" - Krishnachandran, S. Janaki
Chinnan Chirusugal is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language drama film written and directed by Rama Narayanan. The film stars Mohan and Prabhu. Mohan Sulakshana Prabhu Chinnan Chirusugal was written and directed by Rama Narayanan, produced by Radha Narayanan under Thenandal Films; the final length of the film was 3,101.64 metres. The soundtrack was composed by K. V. Mahadevan, while the lyrics were written by Vaali and Vairamuthu. Chinnan Chirusugal was passed with an "A" certificate by the Central Board of Film Certification without any cuts, was released on 11 December 1982. Chinnan Chirusugal at Complete Index to World Film
Chandra Mohan (Telugu actor)
Chandra Mohan is an Indian film actor known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema and a few Tamil films. He has garnered two Filmfare Awards and seven Nandi Awards, he received critical reception for his performance in box office hits such as Rangula Ratnam, for which he received the state Nandi Award for Best Actor, Padaharella Vayasu, alongside Sridevi, for which he won the Filmfare Best Actor Award and Siri Siri Muvva. His first Tamil film was Naalai Namadhe; some of the films in which he starred as the lead actor are Seetamalakshmi, Radha Kalyanam, Rendu Rella Aaru, Chandamama Raave and Ram Robert Rahim. He was born in 1945 or 1946 at Pamidimukkala in Krishna district in Andhra Pradesh in a Telugu Brahmin family, he graduated from the agriculture college of Bapatla. He has a brother named an elder sister named Satyavathi, he is the cousin of veteran filmmaker K. Viswanath. Chandra Mohan was introduced to the Telugu film industry through the film Rangula Ratnam in 1966. In 1968, he starred in Sukha Duhkalu, as the caring brother of Vanisri, for which he received awards.
Nandi AwardsNandi Award for Best Actor - Rangula Ratnam Nandi Award for Best Male Comedian - Chandamama Raave Nandi Award for Best Character Actor – Athanokkade Filmfare Awards SouthFilmfare Best Actor Award – Padaharella Vayasu Gangato Rambabu - Zee Telugu as Kameshwara Shastri Chandramohan on IMDb
Miruthanga Chakravarthi is a 1983 Indian Tamil language musical drama film directed by K. Shankar and produced by Sakunthala N; the film stars K. R. Vijaya, Prabhu and M. N. Nambiar in lead roles; the film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. Sivaji Ganesan as Subbaiah K. R. Vijaya as Deivanai Prabhu as Kannan M. N. Nambiar Kirupanandha Variyar V. K. Ramasamy Thengai Srinivasan Y. G. Mahendra Manorama Sulakshana as Radha The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan and lyrics were written by Vaali; the producers, Kalaignanam and T. N. Venkatraman took recordings of earlier mridangam performances from both T. K. Murthy and Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman to decide which one would best suit the Sivaji role which led to a huge conflict with two of the artists narratin each version of their story; however the producers insisted that neither Murthy nor Sivaraman was booked for any particular role and that Murthy "was that he was agreeable to play only for Sivaji, implicitly in the competition scene". Miruthanga Chakravarthy on YouTube Miruthanga Chakravarthi on IMDb
Andhra Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India. Situated in the south-east of the country, it is the seventh-largest state in India, covering an area of 162,970 km2; as per the 2011 census, it is the tenth most populous state, with 49,386,799 inhabitants. The largest city in Andhra Pradesh is Visakhapatnam. Telugu, one of the classical languages of India, is the major and official language of Andhra Pradesh. On 2 June 2014, the north-western portion of Andhra Pradesh was separated to form the new state Telangana and the longtime capital of Andhra Pradesh, was transferred to Telangana as part of the division. However, in accordance with the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014, Hyderabad was to remain as the acting capital of both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states for a period of time not exceeding ten years; the new riverfront de facto capital, Amaravati, is under the jurisdiction of the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority. Andhra Pradesh has a coastline of 974 km – the second longest coastline among the states of India, after Gujarat – with jurisdiction over 15,000 km2 of territorial waters.
The state is bordered by Telangana in the north-west and Odisha in the north-east, Karnataka in the west, Tamil Nadu in the south, to the east lies the Bay of Bengal. The small enclave of Yanam, a district of Puducherry, lies to the south of Kakinada in the Godavari delta on the eastern side of the state; the state is made up of the two major regions of Rayalaseema, in the inland southwestern part of the state, Coastal Andhra to the east and northeast, bordering the Bay of Bengal. The state comprises thirteen districts in total, nine of which are located in Coastal Andhra and four in Rayalaseema; the largest city and commercial hub of the state are Visakhapatnam, located on the Bay of Bengal, with a GDP of US$43.5 billion. The economy of Andhra Pradesh is the seventh-largest state economy in India with ₹8.70 lakh crore in gross domestic product and a per capita GDP of ₹142,000. Andhra Pradesh hosted 121.8 million visitors in 2015, a 30% growth in tourist arrivals over the previous year, making it the third most-visited state in India.
The Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati is one of the world's most visited religious sites, with 18.25 million visitors per year. Other pilgrimage centres in the state include the Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga at Srisailam, the Srikalahasteeswara Temple at Srikalahasti, the Ameen Peer Dargah in Kadapa, the Mahachaitya at Amaravathi, the Kanaka Durga Temple in Vijayawada, Prasanthi Nilayam in Puttaparthi; the state's natural attractions include the beaches of Visakhapatnam, hill stations such as the Araku Valley and Horsley Hills, the island of Konaseema in the Godavari River delta. A tribe named. According to Aitareya Brahmana of the Rig Veda, the Andhra left north India and settled in south India; the Satavahanas have been mentioned by the names Andhra, Andhrara-jateeya and Andhrabhrtya in the Puranic literature. They did not refer themselves as Andhra in any of their inscriptions. Archaeological evidence from places such as Amaravati and Vaddamanu suggests that the Andhra region was part of the Mauryan Empire.
Amaravati might have been a regional centre for the Mauryan rule. After the death of Emperor Ashoka, Mauryan rule weakened around 200 BCE and was replaced by several smaller kingdoms in the Andhra region; the Satavahana dynasty dominated the Deccan region from the 1st century BC to the 3rd century. The Satavahanas made Dharanikota and Amaravathi their capital, which according to the Buddhists is the place where Nagarjuna, the philosopher of Mahayana lived in the 2nd and 3rd centuries; the Andhra Ikshvakus, with their capital at Vijayapuri, succeeded the Satavahanas in the Krishna River valley in the latter half of the 2nd century. Pallavas, who were executive officers under the Satavahana kings, were not a recognised political power before the 2nd century AD and were swept away by the Western Chalukyan invasion, led by Pulakesin II in the first quarter of the 7th century CE. After the downfall of the Ikshvakus, the Vishnukundinas were the first great dynasty in the 5th and 6th centuries, held sway over the entire Andhra country, including Kalinga and parts of Telangana.
They played an important role in the history of Deccan during the 5th and 6th century CE, with Eluru and Puranisangam. The Salankayanas were an ancient dynasty that ruled the Andhra region between Godavari and Krishna with their capital at Vengi from 300 to 440 CE; the Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi, whose dynasty lasted for around five hundred years from the 7th century until 1130 C. E. merged with the Chola empire. They continued to rule under the protection of the Chola empire until 1189 C. E. when the kingdom succumbed to the Hoysalas and the Yadavas. The roots of the Telugu language have been seen on inscriptions found near the Guntur district and from others dating to the rule of Renati Cholas in the fifth century CE. Kakatiyas constructed several forts, they were succeeded by the Musunuri Nayaks. The Reddy dynasty was established by Prolaya Vema Reddi in the early 14th century, who ruled from present day Kondaveedu. Prolaya Vema Reddi was part of the confederation of states that started a movement against the invading Turkic Muslim armies of the Delhi
Sigappu Thali is a 1988 Tamil-language Indian feature film, starring Charan Raj and Saranya Charan Raj Nishanthi Saranya Ramki S. S. Chandran Jaiganesh Sigapputhaali full movie at YouTube
Chinna Thambi is a 1991 Indian Tamil language romantic drama film starring Prabhu and Kushboo. The movie stars Prabhu as the titular role of Chinna Thambi, an uneducated village simpleton and Kushboo as Nandini, a home tutored wealthy girl and is a story of love, family bonds and typical south Indian village sentiments; the movie was remade in Kannada and Hindi languages as Ramachaari and Anari, respectively. The film was one of Prabhu's biggest blockbusters and completed a 356-day run in 9 screens and 100-day run in 47 screens; the movie starts with the birth of Nandini, in a rich family. Nandini's three brothers throw a feast in honor of the girl child; the young son of the local singer is brought in to sing for the event. The three brothers raise Nandini like their own child. At the age of 5, an astrologer predicts that Nandini will bring much happiness to the family, but her marriage will based on her choice and not the choice of her brothers; this angers the brothers and to prevent this from happening, she is raised within the confines of the house.
She is home schooled and when she does go out, all the men are warned to hide from Nandini and that seeing Nandini will be met with dire consequences. Nandini reaches puberty; the few males allowed around her are her bodyguards. Meanwhile, the boy who sang, Chinna Thambi Prabhu grows up to be a naive and gullible simpleton with a heart of gold, he is raised by his widowed mother Manorama. He spends his time singing and entertaining the people of the village. One day the bodyguards get into a fight with Chinna Thambi. Impressed with Chinna Thambi's naivety and fighting skills, the Brothers hire Chinna Thambi to be Nandini's bodyguard and butler. Nandini meanwhile starts to resent her lack of freedom, she engages Chinna Thambi to show her the village without her brothers knowledge. Chinna Thambi complies with her wishes and shows her the village which results in Nandini getting sick. Chinna Thambi gets beaten up by the brothers. Nandini who has just started to like Chinna Thambi feels guilty for being the reason for him getting trashed.
She shares her medicine with Chinna Thambi who inadvertently equates Nandini to his mother, as being the few people who care for him. This incident brings them closer together emotionally. One day, a factory worker is punished for leering at Nandini, he plots to kill Nandini at the inauguration of the new factory owned by her brothers. Chinna Thambi overhears the plot, in a desperate attempt to save Nandini lunges on her and inadvertently feels her up in public. Nandini doest mind and defends Chinna Thambi by arguing that Chinna Thambi wouldn't do something like that in public, but her brothers are enraged. They beat him to the point that they kill him. Nandini gives him a chance to explain; when Chinna Thambi explains the situation they hang their heads in shame. Chinna Thambi quits his job despite Nandini's silent apology; that night Nandini decides to meet Chinna Thambi and apologize and convince him to come back to the job. Chinna Thambi refuses to come back as he doesn't want to put up with the violent nature of her brothers.
She thinks if Chinna Thambi marries her, they won't be able to manhandle Chinna Thambi. She convinces Chinna Thambi to tie a mangal sutra around her neck which will protect him from her brothers. Chinna Thambi without realizing the sanctity of the act does as told and doesn't realize he is now married to her. Chinna Thambi comes back to work and is given a higher level of respect by the brothers for saving Nandinis life. Nandini too starts emulating her sisters in law in taking care of her husband; this makes Chinna Thambi nervous but he still remains clueless. Her change in behavior is noticed by her sisters in law who urge the brothers to get Nandini married off before the situation gets any worse. Nandini realizing that they are trying to get her married off tries to make Chinna Thambi understand that they are married. Chinna Thambi refuses to understand and runs away to his mother who upon realizing what has happened pulls him out of denial, she sends him away in an attempt to protect him. The brothers come to know whats happened and try to torture the mother to get her to reveal where her son is hiding.
She is saved in time by her son who kills the brothers. The wives of the brothers stop him from killing them and ask him to save Nandini who has upon hearing the torturous acts of her brothers has now resorted to self-destruction. Chinna Thambi revives her with his singing. Nandini runs towards him in slow motion and the movie ends with them embracing, with her brothers supporting their relationship; this was remade as Premam in Malayalam. Prabhu Ganesan as Chinna Thambi Kushboo as Nandhini Manorama as Kannamma, mother of Chinna Thambi Radha Ravi as Eldest brother of Nandhini Uday Prakash as Second elder brother of Nandhini Rajesh as Third elder brother of Nandhini Goundamani as Cook Kandhasamy Master Shakthi as Young Chinna Thambi Sulakshana as Eldest Sister-in-law of Nandhini Pandu as Maid Oru Viral Krishna Rao as Kandhasamy's father-in-law Yuvasri as Nandhini's sister in Law P. Vasu's son Sakthi Vasu made his screen debut as a child artist with this film; this was the third collaboration between P. Vasu and Prabhu after En Thangachi Padichava and Pillaikkaga.
The filming was held at Gobichettipalayam. The film was remade in Kannada as Ramachaari. Ravichandran, reeling under the financial losses of Shanti Kranti decided to remake the film; the film did well and bailed him out from