Yogi Tea and Yogi are retail versions of masala chai, a spiced tea beverage traditionally made of black tea and aromatic Indian spices and herbs originating in the Indian subcontinent. These global brands operate in North America and Europe. In the US, the company manufactures in Springfield and has additional offices in Portland, Oregon, it operates under the company name East West Tea Company LLC. In Europe, the company manufactures in Imola and has a branch in Hamburg, Germany. In Germany, the company name is YOGI TEA GmbH. Yogi Tea was founded by Yogi Bhajan, an entrepreneur and Kundalini yoga teacher from India who founded the 3HO new religious movement, he shared with his Western students an aromatic spiced tea they affectionately named "Yogi Tea". In 2010, Yogi Tea was sued by Yogi Bhajan's widow Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Puri, the State of Oregon; the suits alleged that trusted advisers of the Yogi had forged documents relating to their take-over of the company. The lawsuit was settled on November 6, 2012.
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Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra was an American professional baseball catcher, who took on the roles of manager and coach. He played 19 seasons in all but the last for the New York Yankees, he was an 18-time All-Star and won 10 World Series championships as a player—more than any other player in MLB history. Berra had a career batting average of.285, while hitting 1,430 runs batted in. He is one of only five players to win the American League Most Valuable Player Award three times, he is regarded as one of the greatest catchers in baseball history, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972. Berra was a native of St. Louis and signed with the Yankees in 1943 before serving in the United States Navy as a gunner's mate in the Normandy landings during World War II, where he earned a Purple Heart, he made his major-league debut at age 21 in 1946 and was a mainstay in the Yankees' lineup during the team's championship years beginning in 1949 and continuing through 1962. Despite his short stature, Berra was strong defensive catcher.
He caught Don Larsen's perfect game in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series. Berra played 18 seasons with the Yankees, he spent the next season as their manager joined the New York Mets in 1965 as coach. Berra remained with the Mets for the next decade, he returned to the Yankees in 1976, coaching them for eight seasons and managing for two, before coaching the Houston Astros. He was one of seven managers to lead both National League teams to the World Series. Berra appeared as a player, coach or manager in every one of the 13 World Series that New York baseball teams won from 1947 through 1981. Overall, he appeared in 22 13 on the winning side; the Yankees retired his uniform number 8 in 1972. The club honored him with a plaque in Monument Park in 1988. Berra was named to the Major League Baseball All-Century Team in a vote by fans in 1999. For the remainder of his life, he was involved with the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center, which he opened on the campus of Montclair State University in 1998.
Berra quit school after the eighth grade. He was known for his malapropisms as well as pithy and paradoxical statements, such as "It ain't over'til it's over", while speaking to reporters, he once denied and confirmed his reputation by stating, "I didn't say everything I said." Yogi Berra was born Lorenzo Pietro Berra in a Italian neighborhood of St. Louis called The Hill, his parents were Italian immigrants Paolina Berra. Pietro was from Malvaglio near Milan in northern Italy. In a 2005 interview for the Baseball Hall of Fame, Berra said, "My father came over first, he came from the old country. And he didn't know, he was ready to go to work. And I had three other brothers and a sister. My brother and my mother came over on. My two oldest brothers, they were born there—Mike and Tony. John and I and my sister Josie were born in St. Louis."Berra's parents gave him the nickname "Lawdie", derived from his mother's difficulty pronouncing "Lawrence" or "Larry" correctly. He grew up on Elizabeth Avenue, across the street from boyhood friend and competitor Joe Garagiola, Sr..
That block was home to Jack Buck early in his Cardinals broadcasting career, it was renamed "Hall of Fame Place". Berra was a Roman Catholic, he attended South Side Catholic, now called St. Mary's High School, in south St. Louis with Garagiola. Berra has been inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame, he began playing baseball in local American Legion leagues, where he learned the basics of catching while playing both outfield and infield positions. He played for a Cranston, Rhode Island team under an assumed name. While playing in American Legion baseball, he received the nickname "Yogi" from his friend Jack Maguire, after seeing a newsreel about India, said that he resembled a yogi from India whenever he sat around with arms and legs crossed waiting to bat or while looking sad after a losing game. In 1942, the St. Louis Cardinals overlooked Berra in favor of his boyhood best friend, Joe Garagiola Sr.. On the surface, the Cardinals seemed to think that Garagiola was the superior prospect, but team president Branch Rickey had an ulterior motive: Knowing he was soon to leave St. Louis to take over the operation of the Brooklyn Dodgers and more impressed with Berra than he let on, Rickey planned to hold Berra off until he could sign him for the Dodgers.
However, the Yankees signed Berra for the same $500 bonus the Cardinals offered Garagiola before Rickey could sign Berra to the Dodgers. During World War II, Berra served in the United States Navy as a gunner's mate on the attack transport USS Bayfield during the Normandy landings. A Second Class Seaman, Berra was one of a six-man crew on a Navy rocket boat, firing machine guns and launching rockets at the German defenses on Omaha Beach, he was fired upon, but was not hit, received several commendations for his bravery. During an interview on the 65th Anniversary of D-Day, Berra confirmed that he was sent to Utah Beach during the D-Day invasion as well. Following his military service, Berra played minor-league baseball with the Newark Bears, surprising the team's manager with his talent despite his short stature, he was mentored by Hall of Famer Bill Dickey. He said, "I owe everythin
Yogi Rock is a rock on Mars, discovered during the Mars Pathfinder mission in 1997, named by Geoffrey A. Landis; the rocks found on the mission were named after famous icons and figures, Yogi Rock was thought to resemble the head of a bear looking away from the spacecraft. As a result, it was named for the famed cartoon character Yogi Bear; the rock was the first on Mars found to be made of basalt, which suggests previous volcanic activity in the region as basalt is an igneous rock. The smoothness of the surface suggested the past existence of water in the region. Yogi was the first large rock reached by the Sojourner rover and was analyzed by an alpha proton X-ray spectrometer to determine its composition. Images of Sojourner approaching Yogi used in the opening credits of Star Trek: Enterprise made that television program the first science fiction television or film production in history to use footage taken on another planet. List of rocks on Mars NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day: Yogi Rock on Mars
Yogi (2009 film)
Yogi is a 2009 Indian Tamil action-drama film directed by Subramaniam Siva, who earlier directed films like Thiruda Thirudi and Pori. Starring director-turned-actor Ameer Sultan, Swathi, lyricist Snehan, making his acting debut, Ganja Karuppu in lead roles, the film is written by Ameer himself and has musical score by Yuvan Shankar Raja; the film, an uncredited remake of the 2005 South African Academy Award-winning film Tsotsi, was launched in October 2007 and released on 27 November 2009 to positive reviews. Yogeshwaran known as Yogi and his gang of three men live in a slum on the edge making a living out of robberies and murders and having no human emotions. Yogi, in particular, has a dark secret about his bad past. One day during a robbing spree, he is chased by the police, he gets into a car parked by a woman in front of a fruit shop and manages to flee, when he hears the cry of a child, finding a three-month-old baby in the car's backseat. He abandons the car and leaves the baby in there, but as he hears the baby crying, he is moved, the human being in him wakes up.
He takes it home with him. He from them tries to take care of the baby alone. Yogi holding at gunpoint, coerces Rajasulochana, a young mother hailing from Andhra Pradesh and deserted by her husband, to breastfeed that baby. Meanwhile, it is revealed that the child's real mother Caroline is desperate to get her child back, whilst her husband Linden, happening to be the stepfather of the baby, searches with the help of rowdies for the baby, which he wants dead. In the meantime, Yogi gets transformed, turning into a new man thanks to the baby, which prompts feelings in him planning to keep and bring up the child himself. A flashback reveals his past, where he had an atrocious childhood as he was terrorized by his sadistic father, a beggar, responsible for the death of his mother and sister and for making Yogi himself a brute. However, he changes his plans and decides to reunite the baby with its mother, but the child slips into Linden's hands. Yogi gets to know that Linden tries to prevent that and save the baby.
Ameer Sultan as Yogeshwaran Madhumitha as Rajasulochana Vincent Asokan as Linden Fernando Swathi as Caroline Linden Snehan as Sadai Ganja Karuppu as'Stills' Mani Yogi Babu as Aspiring Actor Ponvannan Nandha Periyasamy Besant Ravi Ghazali as MLA Thiruna Dinakaran Reporter Devaraj as Yogi's father Vinodh as Inbaraj Jijuba as Urula Shortly after the release of his multiple-award-winning Tamil film Paruthiveeran in February 2007, there were some speculations regarding Ameer's next projext. Before completing Paruthiveeran, it was reported, that Ameer's next film will be Kutravaali, a film about a criminal, that will not feature any songs, starring Surya in the lead role, however turned out to be wrong. In January 2007 it was reported, that Ameer will be directing a film, titled Kannabiran, again with Surya in the lead role, produced by himself. In the following months, Ameer again and again citwed, that he was working on Kannabiran and he was still looking for someone to play the lead role, it was stated, that he might direct a film with Vikram or Vijay after Kannabiran.
All these reports turned out be rumors, when Ameer shelved the Kannabiran-project for unknown reasons and instead teamed up with director Subramaniam Siva to create a film, that will be written and produced by himself and directed by Subramaniam Siva, which will be titled Yogi, in which Ameer himself will act in the lead role. The distribution rights were said to be brought by Kalaignar TV, who had beaten Sun Pictures, who had plans to acquire the film's rights. However, as a sudden twist, the film's rights slipped into the hands of Sun Pictures, who were said to distribute this film; these news turned out to be fictional, with the film being released by the production house itself. Ameer decided to take up the title role of the film himself, after no other actor was ready to enact the character of Yogeshwaran, he was looking for an actress to take up the lead female role. Looking for a 13-year-old schoolgirl to play that role as per the original script, he had to drop the idea as he couldn't find any suitable actress for that role and hence changed the script.
Priyamani, who played the lead female character of "Muththazhagu" in Ameer's previous venture, that won her much accolades and the National Film Award, who, according to Ameer, was the first choice, was approached to play the role as was Trisha Krishnan, who debuted in Ameer's 2002 film Mounam Pesiyadhe. However, both the actresses refused the offer, before Madhumitha accepted to play the role of the lead female character named Rajasulochana, said to have great scope to perform. Actress Swathi, who acted in films like Selva and Vaanmathi with Vijay and Ajith Kumar in the 1990s was signed up to play an important role in the film. Moreover, Ameer insisted. Lyricist Snehan was cast to play a vital role in the film as was journalist Devaraj, director Nanda Periyaswamy and a real-life politician Gazzali. Apart from these, 20 newcomers are said to make their debut in the film, including two real-life slum dwellers, who would play as Ameer's friends. Filming was held for 161 days in various areas around Chennai on a cost of nearly 12 crores.
The shooting of the film began in mid-November 2007 and was completed by mid-July 2009. Since the story
Yogi Adityanath is an Indian monk and Hindu nationalist politician, the current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, in office since 19 March 2017. He was appointed as the Chief Minister on 26 March 2017 after the Bharatiya Janata Party won the 2017 State Assembly elections, in which he was a prominent campaigner, he has been the Member of Parliament from the Gorakhpur constituency, Uttar Pradesh, for five consecutive terms since 1998. Adityanath is the Mahant or head priest of the Gorakhnath Math, a Hindu temple in Gorakhpur, a position he has held since the death of his spiritual "father", Mahant Avaidyanath, in September 2014, he is the founder of the Hindu Yuva Vahini, a youth organization, involved in communal violence. He has an image as a right-wing populist Hindutva firebrand. Yogi Adityanath was born as Ajay Mohan Bisht in a Kshatriya family on 5 June 1972 in the village of Panchur, in Pauri Garhwal, Uttar Pradesh, his father Anand. He was the second born among four brothers and three sisters.
He completed his bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University in Uttarakhand. He left his home around the 1990s to join the Ayodhya Ram temple movement. Around that time, he came under the influence of Mahant Avaidyanath, the chief priest of the Gorakhnath Math and became his disciple. Subsequently, he was given the name'Yogi Adityanath' and designated as the successor of the Mahant Avaidyanath. While based in Gorakhpur after his initiation, Adityanath has visited his ancestral village, establishing a school there in 1998. Adityanath renounced his family in 1993, at the age of 21 and became a disciple of Mahant Avaidyanath, the high priest of Gorakhnath Math, he was promoted to the rank of Mahant or high priest of the Gorakhnath Math, following the death of his teacher Mahant Aavaidyanath on 12 September 2014. Yogi Adityanath was made Peethadhishwar of the Math amid traditional rituals of the Nath sect on 14 September 2014. Scholar Christophe Jaffrelot states that Yogi Adityanath belongs to a specific tradition of Hindutva politics in Uttar Pradesh that can be traced back to the Mahant Digvijay Nath, who led the capture of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya for Hindus on 22 December 1949.
Both Digvijay Nath and his successor, Mahant Avaidyanath, belonged to the Hindu Mahasabha and were elected to the Parliament on that party's ticket. After the BJP and the Sangh Parivar joined the Ayodhya movement in the 1980s, the two strands of Hindu nationalism came together. Avaidyanath switched to the BJP in 1991, but maintained significant autonomy. Yogi Adityanath was appointed Avaidyanath's successor as the Mahant of Gorakhnath Math in 1994. Four years he was elected to the Lower House of the Indian Parliament. After his first electoral win, Adityanath started his own youth wing Hindu Yuva Vahini, known for their activities in the eastern Uttar Pradesh but was instrumental in Adityanath's meteoric rise. There have been recurrent tensions between Adityanath and the BJP leadership over the allocation of election tickets. However, the BJP has not let the tensions mount because Adityanath has served as a star campaigner for the party. In 2006, he took up links between Nepali Maoists and Indian Leftist parties as key campaign issue and encouraged Madhesi leaders to oppose Maoism in Nepal.
In 2008, his convoy was attacked en route to Azamgarh for an anti-terrorism rally. The attack left one person dead and at least six persons injured. Adityanath was the youngest member of the 12th Lok Sabha at 26, he has been elected to the Parliament from Gorakhpur for five consecutive terms. Adityanath's attendance in Lok Sabha was 77% and he has asked 284 questions, participated in 56 debates and introduced three private member Bills in the 16th Lok Sabha. Adityanath has had strained relations with the BJP for more than a decade, he derided and undermined the BJP, criticising its dilution of the Hindutva ideology. Having established his own independent power base in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, with the support of the Hindu Yuva Vahini and the Gorakhnath Math, he felt confident to be able to dictate terms to the BJP; when his voice was not heard, he revolted by fielding candidates against the official BJP candidates. The most prominent example was the fielding of Radha Mohan Das Agarwal from Gorakhpur on a Hindu Mahasabha ticket in 2002, who defeated BJP Cabinet minister, Shiv Pratap Shukla by a wide margin.
In 2007, Adityanath threatened to field 70 candidates for the state assembly against the BJP candidates. But he reached a compromise in the end. In 2009 Parliamentary elections, Adityanath was rumoured to have campaigned against the BJP candidates who were defeated. Despite his periodic revolts, Yogi Adityanath has been kept in good humour by the RSS and the BJP leaders; the deputy prime minister L. K. Advani, the RSS chief Rajendra Singh and the VHP chief Ashok Singhal have visited him in Gorakhpur. During 22–24 December 2006, Adityanath organised a three-day Virat Hindu Mahasammelan at Gorakhpur at the same time as the BJP National Executive Meet in Lucknow. Despite the conflict, several RSS and VHP leaders attended the Mahasammelan, which issued a commitment to pursue the Hindutva goals despite the BJP's claimed "abandonment" of them. In March 2010, Adityanath was one of the several BJP MPs who defied the party whip on the Women's Reservation Bill in the Parliament, he was a prominent campaigner for the BJP in the 2017 assembly elections in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
He was appointed Chief Minister, of the state on Saturday, 18 March 2017 and sworn in the next day on 19 March, after the BJP won the assembly elect
John Hughes (footballer, born 1964)
John Hughes is a Scottish professional football player and manager. Hughes played as a central defender for several clubs, including Falkirk, Celtic and Ayr United. Towards the end of his playing career, Hughes took on coaching responsibilities, was appointed manager of Falkirk in 2003. Hughes guided Falkirk to promotion to the Scottish Premier League and a Scottish Cup Final during his time in charge, he left Falkirk to take up the managerial role at Hibernian in 2009, but left by mutual consent after sixteen months. Hughes was appointed manager of Livingston in February 2012, but left in November to take over at English club Hartlepool United, he departed Hartlepool in May 2013 after being unable to prevent their relegation to League Two. Hughes soon returned to football when he was appointed manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle in December 2013, he led the club to their first major silverware with the Scottish Cup in May 2015 and their first foray into European football. Hughes left Inverness in May 2016.
He had a brief stint with Raith Rovers, which ended in them being relegated to Scottish League One. Hughes is "one of six kids from the working-class family" in Leith, he started his playing career in junior football with Newtongrange Star, before beginning his senior career with Berwick Rangers, where he played as a striker. After a brief stint in the Football League with Swansea City, Hughes established himself as a central defender at Falkirk, his playing career peaked when he signed for Celtic in 1995. He scored a late, headed equaliser in the derby against Rangers at Ibrox on 17 March 1996, he subsequently played for his local club Hibernian, Ayr United and returned to Falkirk in a joint player and coaching role. Hughes shares his name with Crystal Palace and Sunderland player John ` Yogi' Hughes; as a result, Hughes is referred to as'Yogi' himself. He famously performed a streak during his first stint at Falkirk whilst team-mate Mo Johnston was being interviewed for STV's Scotsport. Hughes landed his first managerial job in 2003, when he and Owen Coyle were appointed co-managers of Falkirk.
Coyle subsequently left Falkirk to join Ian McCall at Dundee United. He guided Falkirk to promotion to the Scottish Premier League in 2005; as well as maintaining their SPL status for four seasons, Hughes led Falkirk to the 2009 Scottish Cup Final. Hughes was appointed Hibernian manager in the 2009 close season, he led the club to Europa League qualification in his first season in charge, as they finished in fourth place in the SPL. Poor results at the start of the following season, led to fans jeering their own team. Hughes left the club by mutual consent on 4 October following a 2–0 defeat against St Johnstone. Hughes interviewed for the Swindon Town job in the 2011 close season. Hughes was appointed manager of Livingston on 14 February 2012. After nine months at Livingston, Hughes moved to English club Hartlepool United, he took the job. Despite an upturn in form that earned him a Manager of the Month award, Hartlepool were relegated to Football League Two. Hughes publicly stated his desire to remain at the club, but he was sacked on 9 May 2013.
Hughes was appointed manager of Scottish Premiership club Inverness Caledonian Thistle on 4 December 2013 on a two-and-a-half-year contract. Soon after this appointment, Hughes led Inverness CT to their first major final after beating Hearts in a penalty shoot-out in the semi-final of the 2013–14 Scottish League Cup. Inverness drew 0–0 against Aberdeen in the final, after extra-time, lost the tie 4–2 on penalties. At the beginning of season 2014–15, Caley Thistle's excellent early performances led him to receive the award of SPFL Manager of the Month for August, he followed this by winning the award for January 2015, as his Inverness side continued to impress. In April 2015, Hughes led Caley Thistle to their first Scottish Cup final after a controversial 3–2 win over favourites, at the end of the month he was shortlisted for PFA Scotland Manager of the Year. On 3 May, Hughes was announced as the winner of the managerial award, ahead of Ronny Deila, Derek McInnes and Robbie Neilson. Further success soon followed as he guided Inverness to a highest league finish – 3rd place, with it, a milestone debut in European competition for the club.
The accolades continued, with Hughes winning the SFWA Manager of the Year award, to complete the managerial'double' for 2014–15. He led the club to their first major silverware with a Scottish Cup final success over his old club Falkirk in May 2015 to conclude the club's most successful season. Hughes left Inverness at the end of the 2015–16 season. Hughes was appointed manager of Scottish Championship club Raith Rovers in February 2017; the club finished ninth in the Championship, were relegated to League One after they lost in the playoffs to Brechin City. After the game, Raith announced that Hughes and his assistant Kevin McBride would be leaving the club. FalkirkScottish First Division: 1993–94, 2002–03HibernianScottish First Division: 1998–99 FalkirkScottish First Division: 2004–05 Scottish Challenge Cup: 2004–05 Stirlingshire Cup: 2006–07, 2007–08Inverness Caledonian ThistleScottish Cup: 2014–15 SPL Manager of the Month: December 2006 SPL Manager of the Month: September 2009 League One – Manager of the Month: February 2013 SPFL Manager of the Month: August 2014 SPFL Manager of the Month: January 2015 PFA Scotland Manager of the Year: 2014–15 SFWA Manager of the Year: 2014–15 As of match played on 13 May 2017 John Hughes at Soccerbase
Yogi (2007 film)
Yogi is a 2007 Telugu action drama film directed by V. V. Vinayak, which has Prabhas and Nayantara paired up for the first time. Ramana Gogula, who composed music for V. V. Vinayak's earlier hit Lakshmi composed music for this film. Songs were shot in Malaysia; the film was dubbed into Tamil as Murattu Thambi and into Malayalam as Yogi and in Hindi as Maa Kasam Badla Lunga by RKD Studios. This film is a remake of the 2005 Kannada film Jogi, directed by Prem; the film released on 12 January 2007 in 225 theatres. Eeshwar Chandra Prasad is the son of Ram Shantamma. Murthy wants his son to do some job. However, Shantamma pampers Eeshwar much, hence he doesn't want to leave the village. Murthy dies, in order to fulfil his last wish, Eeshwar goes to the city to earn money on the advice of his friend Basha, a pickpocket. Eeshwar could not meet Basha. On the other hand, Kotaiah runs big land mafia in Hyderabad and is a bitter rival of Narsing Pahilwan. Saidulu is Narsing's brother. Once, Saidulu hacks his assistant, when Eeshwar accidentally saves him.
Eeshwar gets a job in a tea stall run by Chandranna. He earns good money, purchases two gold bangles for his mother, plans to leave the city. At this juncture, Narsing humiliates Eeshwar for saving Kotaiah and stamps his mother's gold bangles. Irked over this, Eeshwar turns the biggest goon of the city. Meanwhile, Shantamma reaches Hyderabad as Eeshwar killed Narsing. Kotaiah wants Eeshwar to to no avail. Chandranna encourages Eeshwar, now Yogi, to stay back in the city to save the poor, who gets harassed by the goons. Yogi remains a terror for the goons. So, Kotaiah and Saidulu hatch a plan to kill Yogi. While trying to carry it out, Yogi kills Saidulu. Nandini is after Yogi for an interview to complete her practicals. Somehow, she falls in love with him. Though Yogi and Shantamma live in the same city, they could not meet each other. One day, Yogi meets Basha. Though Basha and Santamma go to the address, they could not find Eeshwar because he is known as Yogi for the people. Shantamma waits for her son in front of a temple, as Basha tells her that Yogi is in the habit of visiting the temple every Monday.
But Eeshwar did not turn up on Monday. Shantamma dies in front of the temple, Basha arranges the funeral for her. At this time, Yogi comes but fails to have a look at the covered face and helps the orphan body lifters with money for cremation, he puts flowers on his mother's body, though he is unaware that the body is his mother's until it is moved to the fire cabin. Basha arrives and explains the trauma, but it is too late. Yogi realizes the truth; the film ends with this emotional scene. Director: V. V. Vinayak Screenplay: V. V. Vinayak Story: Prem Producer: P. Ravidranath Reddy Music: Ramana Gogula Background Music: Gurukiran Cinematography: Sameer Reddy Editing: Gowtham Raju Art Director: Chinna The music of the film was launched on 15 December 2006; the film has six songs composed by Ramana Gogula: "Dolu Baja" - Shankar Mahadevan "Orori Yogi" - Karthik & Bangalore Sunitha "Ye Nomu Nochindo" - Suresh "Gilli Gichi" - Rajesh Krishnan & Ganga "Nee Illu Bangaram" - Tippu & Sunitha "Gana Gana Gana" - Adnan Sami & Sudha Despite getting mixed-to-negative reviews, Yogi managed to gross ₹13.12 crores in its opening week, giving Prabhas a big hit.
As of March 2007, grossed a total of ₹25 crores and a share of ₹18 crores. This is the third film music director, his two earlier films were Annavaram. Director V. V. Vinayak had local girls as dancers and they are not supposed to expose. So, they wore; the film resembles the 2005 film Chhatrapati. However, in Chhatrapati, the protagonist searched for his mother. In this film, the protagonist's mother searched for her son. Incidentally, both films star Prabhas in the lead roles. Yogi on IMDb