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Jeem Boom Bhaa

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Jeem Boom Bhaa

Jeem Boom Bhaa is a Malayalam comedy thriller film written and directed by Rahul Ramachandran.[1] The film is produced by Mystic Frames Productions. It stars Askar Ali, Anju Kurian, Baiju Santhosh, Aneesh Gopal, and Neha Saxena in the lead roles. The film began on August 2018.[2][3] Cast Askar Ali as Basil Kanjikuzhi Aneesh Gopal as Kunjumon Chacko Anju Kurian as Actress Diana Neha Saxena Baiju Santhosh as Clay Ravi Aparna Balamurali Kannan Nayar as S.I Valthsan Controversy The first look poster was released with lead actors holding guns. The poster created controversy as it was resembling a famous shot from Pulp Fiction.[4] Later Rahul Ramachandran clarified on his Facebook page that it has nothing to do with the film, and the poster was created to create a hype[5]. Publicity The teaser of the film was unveiled on March 14, 2019 by Dulquer Salmaan.[6] Release and Reception The film was released on 24 May 2019.[7] Upon release the film garnered positive reviews and Anna Mathews of The Times

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Hungama

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Hungama

Hungama may refer to: Hungama (2003 film), a Bollywood comedy Hungama (1971 film), a Bollywood comedy film Hungama (2005 film), a Telugu comedy film Hungama (2006 film), a Bengali comedy film Hungama TV, an Indian children's television channel Hungama Digital Media Entertainment, Bollywood media company Hungama, Sri Lanka, a town located in the Hambantota District, Southern Province, Sri Lanka See also Hangama, singer from Afghanistan

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Crazy Cukkad Family

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Crazy Cukkad Family

Crazy Cukkad Family (transl. Crazy chicken family) is a 2015 bollywood, comedy film directed by Ritesh Menon and produced by Prakash Jha.[1] The film stars Swanand Kirkire,[2][3] Shilpa Shukla, Zachary Coffin, Nora Fatehi, Kushal Punjabi Jugnu Ishiqui, Jagat Singh and Anushka Sen. Upon release the movie received mixed to positive responses. Rajkumar Hirani, Sudhir Mishra and Gauri Shinde praised the performances and the story. Plot This roller coaster ride begins with the Wealthy Mr. Beri slipping into his third Coma. His four estranged children have to make it back home to be there while their father "hopefully" breathes his last, leaving behind his huge estate in the mountains. Pawan Beri, the oldest child of Mr. & Mrs Beri, is a hustler who is in big trouble with a local mafia don turned Politician. Rude, brash, and arrogant, he looks at everything from his own crooked view. Archana Beri is a wannabe socialite and former Miss India hopeful, forced to give up her dreams after an arranged marriage at

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Good News (2019 film)

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Good News (2019 film)

Good News is an upcoming Indian romantic comedy film starring Akshay Kumar, Diljit Dosanjh, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Kiara Advani.[2] The film about surrogacy is directed by debutant director Raj Mehta and produced by Karan Johar and Akshay Kumar under their respective banners Dharma Productions and Cape of Good Films.[3] The principal photography commenced in November 2018 and film was wrapped up in April 2019. It is scheduled for release on 27 December 2019.[4] Cast Akshay Kumar as Kabir Mehra Diljit Dosanjh as Honey Singh Rangroot Kareena Kapoor Khan as Shalini Mehra Kiara Advani as Monika D’Souza Tanmay Dhanania as Monika's ex-boyfriend Auritra Ghosh as Jeeti Kaur (Honey's sister) Yukta Mookhey as Ishika (Shalini's close friend) Anjana Sukhani as Suneeta (Shalini's close friend) Gulshan Grover as Mr. Cleon (Kabir's boss) Atul Srivastava as Kabir's father Yo Yo Honey Singh in a cameo appearance as himself in a song Production This film's name was announced on Twitter as - Good News

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Chinna Chinna Aasaigal

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Chinna Chinna Aasaigal

Chinna Chinna Aasaigal (English: Small Desires) is a 1989 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Muktha S. Sundar, starring Pandiarajan and Malashri in lead roles.[1] Cast Pandiarajan Rasika S. S. Chandran Vijayakumar Vinu Chakravarthy Maadhu Balaji Chinni Jayanth Soundtrack Soundtrack was composed by Chandrabose.[2] O Meghame - K. J. Yesudas, Lalithasagari Akka Maga - Vani Jayaram Aadungamma - Malaysia Vasudevan Ilayavale - K. S. Chithra Anbu Nanbane - Mano Reception References "Chinna Chinna Aasaigal Vinyl LP Records". ebay. Retrieved 31 January 2014. https://bollywoodvinyl.in/collections/kannada-malayalam-telugu-tamil-lps/products/chinna-chinna-aasaigal-1989-tamil-vinyl-l-p External links

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Ganesha Meendum Santhipom

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Ganesha Meendum Santhipom

Ganesha Meendum Santhipom is a 2019 Tamil comedy film directed by Ratheesh Earate. Produced by Arun Vikraman Krishnan, the film features Prithvi Rajan and Oviya in the lead roles,[1] while I. M. Vijayan, Singampuli, and Crane Manohar play supporting roles. The music was composed by NLB Siby, and the film released on 5 April 2019. Plot The story revolves around a con artist named Solomon (Prithvi Rajan) who plays around with Keerthi (Oviya). She approaches Solomon, who pretends to be a local thug in Chennai, for avoiding her stalker. Solomon reaches Chennai after getting into trouble and being chased by the thug of Madurai, Katthari (I. M. Vijayan). The trouble starts when Solomon and his partner Famous Paandi (Singampuli) break Kattari's legacy motorcycle. The film evolves when Solomon is exposed in front of Keerthi and confronts Katthari's brother in Chennai. Cast Prithvi Rajan as Solomon Oviya as Keerthi I. M. Vijayan as Katthari Singampuli as Famous Paandi Crane Manohar as Auto Driver Produ

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Bhadram becareful brother

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Bhadram becareful brother

{{Infobox film | name =bhadram becareful brother | image = bhadram becareful brother | caption = |co- director = rajesh puli | producer = "bonam satish,bramaji,jagan" | writer = Maruthi (dialogues) | screenplay = Maruthi | story = Maruthi | starring = raj, sampoornesh,charan hameeda | music = J.B. | cinematography = venkat, joshi | editing = S.B. Uddhav | studio = maruthi team works | distributor = geeta arts | released = 29 April 2016 | runtime = 126 min | country = India | language = Telugu | budget = ₹300 lakh (US$420,000) References External links Bhadram becareful brother on IMDb

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Bell Bottom

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Bell Bottom

Bell Bottom: Adventures of Detective Divakar is a 2019 Indian Kannada-language crime comedy thriller film directed by Jayatheertha and written by Dayanand T. K. The film, set in the 1980s, is produced by Santhosh Kumar K. C. under the Golden Horse Cinema banner.[1] The film features Rishab Shetty and Hariprriya in the lead roles.[2][3] The supporting cast includes Achyuth Kumar, Yogaraj Bhat and Pramod Shetty. The technical crew members for the film include B. Ajaneesh Loknath as the music composer, Aravind Kashyap as the cinematographer, K. M. Prakash as the editor and Raghu Niduvalli as the dialogue writer.[4] The film launched in late January 2018 and released across theaters in Karnataka on 15 February 2019. The movie became one of the highest grossers of 2019.The completed 100 days in 25 plus centers having housefull shows. Plot Detective Diwakar (Rishab Shetty) is a constable by profession but a detective at heart. He grows up watching James Bond films and reading detective novels, and dreams about

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Always Kabhi Kabhi

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Always Kabhi Kabhi

Always Kabhi Kabhi (transl. Always sometimes) is a 2011 Hindi romance film directed by Roshan Abbas and produced by Shahrukh Khan under Red Chillies Entertainment. It introduced Ali Fazal, Giselli Monteiro, Harsh Nagar, Zoa Morani, Satyajeet Dubey with Satish Shah, Lilette Dubey, Vijay Raaz, Mukesh Tiwari and Manoj Joshi playing supporting roles. The film released on 17 June 2011. It focuses on four teenagers embarking on a dramatic journey during their incident-packed final year at school.[1] Plot Always Kabhi Kabhi focuses on four students and their struggle through their final year at St Mark's School. The first teenager is 'Shortcut Sam', Sameer Khanna, (Ali Fazal), the jock, who falls in love with Aishwarya Dhawan (Giselli Monteiro) who is about to become a Bollywood actress. Aishwarya is a new student who befriends Sam on her first day, and the two fall in love at first sight. A Shakespeare play approaches in which Aish automatically gains the role of Juliet, much to the chagrin of her classmates. Sam

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Gone Kesh

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Gone Kesh

Gone Kesh (transl. Hair gone) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language comedy drama film written and directed by debutant Qasim Khallow and produced by Dhiraj Ghosh.[1] The film follows the story of a teenage girl who is an aspiring dancer but is diagnosed with alopecia, a condition where she starts losing hair rapidly.[2][3] It stars Shweta Tripathi and Jitendra Kumar in the lead roles, while Vipin Sharma, Deepika Amin and Brijendra Kala appear in supporting roles.[4] Gone Kesh was released on 29 March 2019.[5][6] Cast Shweta Tripathi as Enakshi Jitendra Kumar as Srijoy Vipin Sharma Deepika Amin Brijendra Kala Marketing The official trailer of the film was released on 13 March 2019.[7] By 29 March, it had been viewed more than 713,000 times, after it was linked to a short video made by TVF (the viral fever) and RVCJ with the same star cast.[8][9] Reception Critical response Renuka Vyavahare of The Times Of India gives three and a half stars out of five and says, "Despite the film’s languid pace, this on

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ABCD – American Born Confused Desi

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ABCD – American Born Confused Desi

ABCD – American Born Confused Desi[1] is an Indian Telugu drama film starring Allu Sirish and Rukshar Dhillon in prominent roles.[2] It is directed by Sanjeev Reddy and produced by Madhura Sreedhar Reddy.[3] The phrase American-Born Confused Desi describes Indians born in America, who have difficulty in balancing their ethnic culture within the majority non-Indian American culture.[4] The film is a remake of the Malayalam film of the same name.[5] The film was released on 17 May 2019.[6][7] Cast Allu Sirish as Avinash ''Avi'' Rukshar Dhillon as Neha Raja Chembolu as Devraj Nagendra Babu as Avinash's father Vennela Kishore as Kishore Master Bharath as Basha Kota Srinivasa Rao as Narayana Rao Dammu Devena Viva Harsha as Santosh Samba as News Reader Production Soundtrack The soundtrack of the film was composed by Judah Sandhy and lyrics by Bhaskarabhatla, Krishna Kanth and Tirupathi Jaavana. Track listing No. Title Singer(s) Length 1. "Mellaga Mellaga" Sid Sriram, Aditi Bhavaraju 0

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Bhadram Be Careful Brotheru

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Bhadram Be Careful Brotheru

Bhadram Be Careful Brotheru (Telugu: భద్రం బీ కేర్ ఫుల్ బ్రదరూ) is a Telugu-language Indian comedy film directed by Rajesh Puli, released on 29 April 2016.[1][2] The film is a vehicle for Sampoornesh Babu[3] which also stars Sri Raj as a maker of short films who hopes to make his first feature film. After attempting to elope with his girlfriend (played by Hameeda), he is challenged by her father (played by Surya) to make 1 crore rupees in six months, and in order to do so persuades a struggling actor (played by Sampoornesh) to star in his feature film.[4][5] Cast Charan Tej as Karthik sri raj dasireddy as short film hero and co director Hameeda as Shruti Sampoornesh Babu as an aspiring actor Surya as Shruti's father Soundtrack Reception References "Bhadram Be Careful Brotheru", Times of India, retrieved 26 April 2019. "Bhadram Be Careful Brotheru (2016)", Moviebuff, retrieved 26 April 2019. "Bhadram Be Careful Brother", NT News, 15 December 2015 (Telugu). "Review: Bhadram Be Careful

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Charlie Chaplin (2002 film)

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Charlie Chaplin (2002 film)

Charlie Chaplin is a 2002 Indian Tamil comedy film directed by Sakthi Chidambaram, starring Prabhu Ganesan and Prabhu Deva.[1] The film's commercial success led to remakes in Hindi (No Entry), Telugu (Pellam Oorelithe), Malayalam (Happy Husbands), Kannada (Kalla Malla Sulla),[2][3] Marathi (No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahey)[4] and Bengali (Kelor Kirti). Prabhu won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for his performance in the film.[5] The plot of the movie is inspired by the 1975 movie Yarukku Maappillai Yaro which was earlier remade in Telugu in 1998 as Mee Aayana Jagratha. It is the first Indian movie to be officially remade in six Indian languages and is the second highest remade movie amongst Indian films after Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana along with Pavitra Bandham , Vikramarkudu and Shutter - all of which have been remade six times. A sequel titled Charlie Chaplin 2 released in 2019.[6] Plot Ramakrishnan (Prabhu) is a rich businessman in Ooty who owns an advertising company and is married to Mythil

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Jamai 420

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Jamai 420

Jamai 420 (Bengali: জামাই ৪২০; English: Son-in-law 420) is a Bengali language romantic comedy film directed by Rabi Kinnagi Assistant director Pathikrit Basu The film stars an ensemble cast, consisting of Soham Chakraborty, Hiran Chatterjee, Ankush Hazra, Payel Sarkar, Mimi Chakraborty and Nusrat Jahan in lead roles while Kharaj Mukherjee, Biswanath Basu, Shantilal Mukherjee, Meghna Haldar and Manasi Sinha appears in pivotal roles. The film is produced jointly by Shrikant Mohta, Mahendra Soni and Nispal Singh under Shree Venkatesh Films and Surinder Films respectively. The film was released on 22 May 2015 with mostly negative reviews.[1] Synopsis The film is a comedy of errors, in which three guys (Soham Chakraborty, Ankush Hazra and Hiran Chatterjee) land up in Bangkok amidst a lot of confusion over their marriage with three girls (Mimi Chakraborty, Nusrat Jahan and Payel Sarkar). They are forced to do insane things in order to woo their lady loves, which leads to many humorous situations. Cast Soham C

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Dulari Bibi

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Dulari Bibi

Dulari Bibi is a 1933 Hindi/Urdu comedy film. It was directed by Debaki Bose and produced by New Theatres Ltd. Calcutta.[1] A short 3 reel film it centred on the story of Our Wives. The film starred K. L. Saigal, Molina Devi, Mir Jan and the music was composed by R. C. Boral. It was listening to K. L. Saigal in this film that Pahari Sanyal realised the uniqueness of Saigal's voice as heard through the microphone. He found it more effective, "sweeter", as compared to him singing live.[2] Cast K. L. Saigal Molina Devi Mir Jan References Rajadhyaksha, Willemen, Ashish, Paul (2014). Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema (2, revised ed.). Routledge. ISBN 9781135943257. Nevile, Pran (2011). K. L. Saigal A Definitive Biography. India: Penguin Books India Pvt. Ltd. ISBN 9780143414063. External links Dulari Bibi on IMDb Dulari Bibi (1933) on indiancine.ma

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Avalakki Pavalakki

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Avalakki Pavalakki

Avalakki Pavalakki is an Indian Kannada language adventure thriller film directed by Durga Prasad G. in his directorial debut, and produced by Ranjitha Subramanya. It features Sinchana Ponnavva, Deepak Patel, and Raghavendra in the lead roles. The soundtrack and score was composed by Zubin Paul,[1] while the cinematography was handled by Nireekshith.[2] The film is about three stories between Tribes, Archaeology and Kids in Karnataka. The filming began in January 2018 and the release is reportedly in 2019,[3] while the audio was released in mid-January.[4] Cast Deepak Patel as Archaeologist Sinchana Ponnavva as Anthropologist Raghavendra as Head Tribe Samarth Bharadwaj Shreya Hanumanthu Production The film marks the debut of Durga Prasad as director. Production of the film began with an estimated budget of ₹1 crore. The film was shot on location mostly in the North Karnataka region, such as Agumbe, Mysore and Bangalore. The film is currently in post-production stage and the release is reportedly

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Chitralahari (film)

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Chitralahari (film)

Chitralahari is a 2019 Indian Telugu-language comedy-drama film directed by Kishore Tirumala with Sai Dharam Tej, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Sunil, Nivetha Pethuraj and Vennela Kishore in lead roles on Mythri Movie Makers banner[1][2][3]. Synopsis Vijay Krishna (Sai Dharam Tej) is a guy who is called a loser because of bad luck and due to lack of social skills. He is often misunderstood and rejected by everybody except for his father Narayana (Posani Krishna Murali). He is an intelligent graduate who has an idea for an app to help people in road accidents and looks for investors. He is in a relationship with Lahari (Kalyani Priyadarshan) but he lies to her that he doesn't drink and never mentions that he works at a TV repair shop for part-time and only mentions that he is working on a project. Vijay pitches his idea but is insulted by Janardhan (Brahmaji) for calling him unfit to complete his project. Vijay challenges Janardhan in front of his staff arrogantly. Lahari finds out the truth with the help of her f

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Chinni Chinni Aasa

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Chinni Chinni Aasa

Chinni Chinni Aasa (English: Small Small Hope) is a 1999 Telugu drama film, produced by Thalasani Shankar Yadav, Lingasetty Lakshman Goud and Athaili Srinivas Goud under the Lakshmi Sai Srinivasa Productions banner and directed by Relangi Narasimha Rao. It stars Rajendra Prasad, Indraja in the lead roles and music composed by Raj. The film was inspired by the 1966 Telugu movie Manase Mandiram, starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Savitri in the pivotal roles, which itself is a remake of the Tamil movie Nenjil Or Aalayam (1962). The film was recorded as a flop at the box office.[2] Plot Raja (Rajendra Prasad) & Aasa (Indraja) love each other and they get ready for engagement. Just the day before the engagement, Raja comes to know that he has blood cancer and is going to die in a few days. Even then, Aasa insists on him to marry her and forcibly makes him do so. The rest of the story is how Aasa's hope & faith protects Raja from his death. Cast Rajendra Prasad as Raja Indraja as Aasa Satyanaraya

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Ayogya (2018 film)

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Ayogya (2018 film)

Ayogya is a 2018 Indian Kannada romantic comedy film directed by debutante S. Mahesh Kumar and produced by T. R. Chandrashekar.[1] It stars Sathish Ninasam and Rachita Ram in the lead along with P. Ravishankar, Chikkanna, Saritha, Sadhu Kokila among others in key supporting roles. The music is scored by Arjun Janya and cinematography is by Preetham Thegginamane. The film, based on a rural theme, was shot in and around Mandya district in Karnataka. It released on 17 August 2018 across Karnataka and turned out to be Blockbuster and received average reviews from critics.[2] The Hindi dubbing rights was sold prior to the release of the film.[3] Cast Sathish Ninasam as Siddha Rachita Ram as Nandini P. Ravishankar as Bachchegowda Shivaraj K. R. Pete Kuri Prathap Sadhu Kokila Saritha Aruna Balaraj saiteja salveru Soundtrack Arjun Janya was roped in to compose the soundtrack and score for the film. This marks the first collaboration of Janya with actor Sathish Ninasam. Folk singer Anthony Daasan was

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Comali

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Comali

Comali (transl. Clown) is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language comedy film produced by Vels Film International.[3] Also known by its working title during production, JR24, the film is written and directed by Pradeep Ranganathan in his directorial debut and stars Jayam Ravi, Kajal Aggarwal and Samyuktha Hegde. The film marks the first collaboration between Ravi and Aggarwal, and it marks the second collaboration between Ravi and Hiphop Tamizha, after the 2015 film Thani Oruvan. The film was released on 15 August 2019. Plot Ravi (Jayam Ravi) is a happy-go-lucky school going student in 1999. Just when he was about to propose his sweetheart Nikitha (Samyuktha Hegde), he met up with an accident and goes into a coma. Sixteen years later Ravi wakes up to find that his sister got married to his close friend Mani (Yogi Babu ) and everything has been technologically upgraded in Chennai city. But Ravi's life stuck in the past, he struggles to adapt to the modern life. Another major setback is that his skill set doesn't match

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Ittimani: Made In China

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Ittimani: Made In China

Ittymaani: Made in China is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language comedy film written and directed by the duo Jibi – Joju, starring Mohanlal in the lead role, who plays a Thrissur native in the film. The pooja and the principal photography of the film began on 24 April 2019 at Kochi.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The film planned to release during Onam 2019.[7][8][9] Summary Ittymaani: Made in China is a comic caper. Cast Mohanlal Honey Rose Radhika Sarathkumar Aju Varghese Hareesh Kanaran Dharmajan Bolgatty Vinu Mohan Siddhique References "'Ittimani Made in China' puja in Kochi". The Times of India. 24 April 2019. Retrieved 21 May 2019. "Mohanlal to join the sets of 'Ittimani:Made in China'". The News Minute. 22 April 2019. Retrieved 21 May 2019. "Mohanlal in and as Ittimani". Deccan Chronicle. 23 October 2019. Retrieved 21 May 2019. "മാർഗംകളി വേഷത്തിൽ മോഹൻലാലും സലിം കുമാറും ഹരീഷ് കണാരനും; വൈറലായി 'ഇട്ടിമാണി; ലൊക്കേഷൻ ചിത്രങ്ങൾ". Indian Express Malayalam. 18 May 2019. Retrieved 21 May 2019.

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Ittymaani: Made in China

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Ittymaani: Made in China

Ittymaani: Made in China is a 2019 Indian Malayalam-language comedy-drama film written and directed by the duo Jibi-Joju in their directorial debut. Produced by Antony Perumbavoor through the company Aashirvad Cinemas, the film stars Mohanlal in the title role, and Honey Rose, Raadhika, Siddique, Aju Varghese, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Dharmajan Bolgatty and Salim Kumar in supporting roles. The original songs were composed by 4 Musics, Kailas Menon, and Deepak Dev and background score by Dev. The story is set in Kunnamkulam, Thrissur and revolves around Ittymaani, a Chinese-born Indian who moved to his homeland at age 10. The film began principal photography on 24 April 2019 and was concluded in July, shot mainly in Kerala and a few scenes in China. Ittymaani: Made in China released in theatres worldwide on 6 September 2019. Plot Ittimani (Mohanlal) is a person born and lived in China for 10 years and later moved to his home country. Cast Mohanlal as Ittymaani / Ittymaathan Honey Rose as Jessy Pothen Ra

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Kalyanaraman (1979 film)

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Kalyanaraman is a 1979 Tamil-language Indian supernatural comedy film directed by G. N. Rangarajan and written by Panchu Arunachalam. The film stars Kamal Haasan and Sridevi in the lead roles, while V. K. Ramasamy, Major Sundarrajan, Thengai Srinivasan, V. S. Raghavan, Senthamarai, Pushpalatha, Manorama and Master Japan Kuppu play supporting roles. It focuses on Kalyanam, a tea estate owner's son who is duped and murdered by his estate manager who is after the property, but lives on as a ghost. Kalyanam's twin brother Raman learns the truth and returns for revenge. Kalyanaraman was the directorial debut of Rangarajan. Its concept was inspired by two different films: Idhu Nijama (1948) and Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (1976). The film was released on 6 July 1979 and became a commercial success, running for 140 days in theatres. It was remade in Hindi as Ghazab (1982) and in Kannada as Sriramachandra (1992). Six years after the release of Kalyanaraman, a sequel was made titled Japanil Kalyanaraman. Plot Ka

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Arya Surya

Arya Surya is a 2013 Tamil comedy film directed by Rama Narayanan. The film features Srinivasan and Vishnupriyan in the lead roles while Nakshatra, Kovai Sarala and Gangai Amaren play supportive roles. The plot is inspired by the director's own film, Sahadevan Mahadevan. Cast Srinivasan as Aryananda alias Arya Vishnupriyan as Suryananda alias Surya Nakshatra as Chandragaandha Kovai Sarala as Chandralekha Gangai Amaren as Kamalasekaran Ganeshkar Chithra Lakshmanan Venniradai Moorthy Nalini Special appearances in the song "Thagadu Thagadu" T. Rajendar as himself[1] Mumaith Khan as an item number[1] Soundtrack The music was composed by Srikanth Deva.[1] Gangai Amaren, who acted in the film, also sung three songs in the film. T. Rajendar sang the song Thagadu, Thagadu, in which he makes a cameo appearance. No. Title Singer(s) Length 1. "Thagadu Thagadu" L. R. Easwari, T. Rajendar 05:33 2. "Vadapochae" Srinivasan, Velmurugan, Maalvika Sundar, Murali 04:36 3. "Star Star" Srik

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Bibaho Obhijaan (film)

Bibaho Obhijaan (Marital Adventure) is an upcoming Indian Bengali-language comedy drama film directed by Birsa Dasgupta[1] and produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni. This film will be released on 21 June 2019 under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films.[2][3] The music direction of the movie was made by Jeet Gannguli.[4][5] Plot Two close friends Anupam and Rajat decide to marry. Rajat marries Maya who is always busy in performing religious rituals or watching trash tele serials whereas Anupam marries Rai, an woman activist and social worker. The become frustrated with their married life. On the other side Bullet Singh loves village girl Malati but can not express his feelings. The friend duos now realise the consequences of conjugal life which is like the quarreling of Tom and Jerry.[6] Cast Ankush Hazra as Anupam Rudranil Ghosh as Rajat Anirban Bhattacharya as Bullet Singh/Gonsha Nusrat Faria as Rai Priyanka Sarkar as Malati Sohini Sarkar as Maya Sandy Saha as Shona Puja Banerjee as

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Golmaal (1998 film)

Golmaal is a 1998 Tamil comedy film directed by Selva, making his directorial debut. The film features Selva himself and newcomer Monica Nerukkar in lead roles, with Rajan P. Dev, K. S. Ravikumar, Dhamu, Sathya Prakash, Mahanadi Shankar, Bhanu Prakash playing supporting roles. The film, produced by director K. S. Ravikumar and C. Sudhakar, had musical score by Bala Bharathi and was released on 5 June 1998.[1][2] Plot Ganesh (Selva), a good-for-nothing youth, falls in love with Aishwarya (Monica Nerukkar). Her father Colonel Rajappa (Rajan P. Dev) is a very strict father who hates love. Ganesh and Aishwarya decide to elope but her father later has a heart attack and Aishwarya refuses to marry him. Karnal Rajappa's state of health deteriorates, therefore he arranges his daughter's wedding as soon as possible. Three terrorists (Sathya Prakash, Mahanadi Shankar and Bhanu Prakash) escape from jail. While preparing Aishwarya's wedding in Karnal Rajappa's house, Ganesh enters in her room and tries to convince her.

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Achari America Yatra

Achari America Yatra (transl. The Priest's pilgrimage to America) is a 2018 Telugu film produced by Kirthi Chowdary and Kittu and directed by G. Nageswara Reddy. The film stars Vishnu Manchu, Pragya Jaiswal, and Brahmanandam. The movie was remade in Odia in 2019 as Golmaal Love starring Babushan. Plot Kedari Krishnamachari ( Vishnu Manchu) is a young pundit working under Applacharya( Brahmanandam), along with two other pundits. In the opening scene, they conduct a hawan at a rich household, where due to smoke an elderly man dies, apparently due to asthma attack. The relatives blame the four pundits and go for their lives. They try taking refuge at a mosque and a church. When they find no other choice, Krishna insists on fleeing to America. Acharya reluctantly agrees after he reads Bhavishya vani that Krishna has tampered. In America, they face the harsh realities, working odd jobs and live in rented apartment. Krishna keeps searching for someone. Acharya manages to find a temple in Vegas where he gets empl

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Barof Film

Barof is a Bengali Drama starring Indrani Halder, Shataf Figar, Swatilekha Sengupta, Saikat Mitra as lead characters directed by Sudip Chakraborty.This film is distributed by Dev Entertainment Ventures which released on 22 Feb 2019. Plot Barof is a Bengali Drama, In this film Shataf Figar act as Subham. Subham Biswas (Shataf Figar) a deft mountain climber goes missing on his dream expedition to climb the Everest. His body couldn’t be rescued because of the harsh weather. The absence of Subham creates a void in the life of his wife Mrittika (Indrani Halder) and his mother (Swatilekha Sengupta). The bereaved mother refuses to accept her loss and stays in her own make-belief world. While Mrittika, who being logical, has already come to terms with the tragic fact but cannot move on because of her vulnerable mother-in-law. Due to this ongoing tension in her life Mrittika can’t reciprocate the romantic feelings of her boss Pallab (Saikat Mitra), even if she wants to. The film revolves round the strained relations

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Diamond Queen (1940 film)

Diamond Queen Diamond Queen is a 1940 Hindi action adventure comedy film.[1] It was directed by Homi Wadia and produced by Wadia Movietone. It starred Fearless Nadia, John Cawas, Radha Rani, Sayani Atish, Sardar Mansur, Dalpat, Kunjru, and Boman Shroff.[2] This film was the seventh in the Diamond thriller series with the first being Veer Bharat in 1934, directed by Homi Wadia under the production of J. B. H. Wadia. It is cited as one of the best films produced by the Wadia brothers.[3] The film's success saw Homi Wadia becoming a producer by which he was able to obtain raw stock for his films due to the rationing of two films per producer during the Second World War.[3] Plot The film is set in Diamond Town where Madhurika returns following five years of studies in Bombay. She is the Bambaiwali the townspeople have been waiting to see. She returns to her town wearing western clothes and looking fit and to her father's query she replies that she's been working out in the Bombay gymnasiums. The town is reelin

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Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum (1941 film)

Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum (read as "Alibabavum Narpadhu Thirudargalum"; Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves), was a 1941 Indian Tamil-language comedy film in that starred N. S. Krishnan, T. A. Madhuram and M. R. Swaminathan in the lead roles. It was the first Tamil adaptation of the story Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.[1] Cast N. S. Krishnan as Ali Baba T. A. Madhuram as Morgiana M. R. Swaminathan S. V. Sahasranamam Hariyan N. R. Padmavathi M. Jayalakshmi Thoothukudi Ramaswamy Aiyer as Pulimoottai Production The story of Alibaba is one of the tales that Queen Scheherazade related to the brutal king Shahryar every night in order to save her own life. Translated in English by Sir Richard Burton, the Arabian Nights became popular all over the world. Alibaba and the 40 Thieves and Aladdin and the Magic Lamp are the most famous ones. Both have been translated into most languages of the world, and have found stage and screen adaptations in many languages. Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum was the first Ta

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Bambai Ki Sair

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Bambai Ki Sair

Bambai Ki Sair also known as Holiday in Bombay is a Bollywood social comedy film. It was released in 1941 and directed by Sarvottam Badami for Sudama Productions.[1][2] The music direction was by Khemchand Prakash with lyrics by D. N. Madhok, Munshi Dil, B.R. Sharma and Pandit Indra.[3] The film starred Shobhna Samarth, Sabita Devi, E. Billimoria, Jal Merchant, Arun, Vatsala Kumtekar and Ghory.[4] Cast Shobhana Samarth Sabita Devi Arun Vatsala Kumtekar E. Bilimoria Jal Merchant Ghory Music The music was composed by Khemchand Prakash with lyrics written by D. N. Madhok, Munshi Dil, B.R. Sharma and Pandit Indra.[5] Songlist # Title Singer 1 "Chhed De Sajni" (Jinki Jawani Unka Zamana) Shobhna Samarth, Kanti Lal 2 "Kheenchi Chitvan Chadhe Tevar" Shobhna Samarth, Kanti Lal 3 "Meri Ankhein Sharaabi" Vatsala Kumtekar 4 "Raat Pade Mat Rooth Deewani" Kanti Lal 5 "Woh Baat Ki Hai Tune Bas Mazaa Aa Gaya" Vatsala Kumtekar, Kanti Lal 6 "Tere Nainon Mein Naina Daale" Vatsala Ku

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Bawali Unlimited

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Bawali Unlimited

Bawali Unlimited is a 2012 Bengali film. This film is directed by Sujit Mondal[1] and produced by Pankaj Agarwal.[2][3] Cast Joy as Santo/Soniya Payel as Munmun Sourav Nandy as Pappu Sabyasachi Chakrabarty Daman Rajatava Dutta as Mohan Sayak Chakraborty Kanchan Mullick Dev ( Special appearance as cameo) as Inspector Joy Banerjee Parthasarathi as Hagan Kanchan Mallick Soundtrack The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by Savvy and Dev Sen No. Title Music Singer(s) Length 1. "Bawali Unlimited" Dev Sen Dev Sen, Prasenjit Mallick   2. "Ami Superstar" Savvy Suraj Jagan   3. "Mon Ure Chole" Dev Sen Shaan, Kunal Ganjawala and June Banerjee   4. "Strawberry" Savvy Shaan and Rana Mazumdar   5. "Bhul Korechi" Savvy Rupankar, Raghab Chatterjee   6. "Life is Shotti Fun" Savvy Tanya Chua   See also Khoka 420 References "Sujit Mondol is shooting for Bawali Unlimited with Joy today". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 November 2012. "Bawali Unlimited". Gomolo. Retrieved 11 N

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Janakiraman

Janakiraman is a 1997 Tamil language comedy drama film directed by Sundar C. The film features Sarathkumar and Nagma in lead roles whilst Rambha, Goundamani and Manivannan play supporting roles. The film was one among 1997 Deepavali releases and became a commercial success as well. Plot Janakiraman (Sarathkumar) and his brother (Goundamani) are nephews of R. Sundarrajan, Sunderajan is an devotee of Lord Hanuman and trains the two brothers to live as bachelors and not to interact with girls. Meanwhile Manivannan, who plays another uncle, wants to get his two daughters married to the two brothers. So when Sunderajan goes out of town, Manivannan dresses up as Hanuman and comes to Janakiraman's bedroom and advices him to get married. He even tells him that the girl will arrive at Hanuman temple wearing the outfits of a colour he had suggested. Mani then gets his daughters to dress up according to the colour combination however Janakiraman gets confused switches the colour combination of the blouse and meets I

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Bibaho Obhijaan

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Bibaho Obhijaan

Bibaho Obhijaan (Marital Adventure) is an Indian Bengali-language comedy drama film directed by Birsa Dasgupta[1] and produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni. This film was released on 21 June 2019 under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films.[2][3] The music direction of the movie was made by Jeet Gannguli.[4][5] Plot Two close friends Anupam and Rajat decide to marry. Rajat marries Maya who is always busy in performing religious rituals or watching trash tele serials whereas Anupam marries Rai, an woman activist and social worker. The become frustrated with their married life. On the other side Bullet Singh loves village girl Malati but can not express his feelings. The friend duos now realise the consequences of conjugal life which is like the quarreling of Tom and Jerry.[6] Cast Ankush Hazra as Anupam Nusrat Faria as Rai Rudranil Ghosh as Rajat Sohini Sarkar as Maya Anirban Bhattacharya as Bullet Singh/Gonsha Priyanka Sarkar as Malati Sandy Saha as Shona Puja Banerjee in Item number "

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Jhootha Kahin Ka

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Jhootha Kahin Ka

Jhootha Kahin Ka (transl. What a liar) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Smeep Kang, and produced by Deepak Mukut and Anuj Sharma under the banners of Soham Rockstar Entertainment and Shantketan Entertainments. The film stars Rishi Kapoor, Jimmy Sheirgill, Lillete Dubey, Sunny Singh, Omkar Kapoor, Manoj Joshi, Pujita Ponnada and Nimisha Mehta, and follows the story of two boys (Omkar and Sunny), who go to Mauritius for higher studies, where they change their lifestyle so much that they do not want to go back home. It was theatrically released in India on 19 July 2019.[2][3][4] Cast Rishi Kapoor as Varun's father Jimmy Sheirgill as Tommy Bhaiyya Lillete Dubey as Riya's mother Sunny Singh as Karan Omkar Kapoor as Varun Manoj Joshi as Riya's father Nimisha Mehta as Riya Mehta Pujita Ponnada Rucha Vaidya as Sonam Rajesh Sharma as Varun's material uncle Ashok Pathak as Tommy's Side-Kick Rakesh Bedi as Sonam's father Neelu Kohli as Sonam's mother Sunny Leone

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Jackpot (2019 film)

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Jackpot (2019 film)

Jackpot is a 2019 Indian Tamil language action comedy film[1] written and directed by Kalyaan.[2] The film stars Jyothika and Revathi, in lead roles, while Samuthirakani, Mansoor Ali Khan, Yogi Babu and Anandaraj playing supporting roles.[3] Revathi plays the character of Masha for the third time after Arangetra Velai and Gulaebaghavali.[4][5] The film is produced by actor Suriya under his production banner 2D Entertainment. The music for the film is scored by Vishal Chandrasekhar. The principal photography of the film commenced on 12 February 2019.[6] The film was released on 2 August 2019.[7] Plot The film opens in 1918 and follows a milkman who accidentally stumbles upon an inexhaustible vessel (Akshaya Patra) while digging for a well. He uses the vessel to change his fortune but not for long as it eventually gets stolen. Many years later, the vessel is found by an old lady who sells idlis by a river bank and she uses it feed more people. She passes on the secret about the vessel and its power to Akshaya

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Coolie No. 1 (1995 film)

Coolie No. 1 is a 1995 Indian Hindi comedy film directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Govinda, Karisma Kapoor, Shakti Kapoor, Kader Khan and Sadashiv Amrapurkar, with music by Anand-Milind.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9] This movie was one of the first successful movies of Karisma Kapoor.[10] Actor Govinda received the Star Screen Award Special Jury Award for his role in this movie as 'performer of the decade'.[11][12] Over the years, the movie has become a classic in Hindi film history and is now considered a cult film.[13] The movie is a remake of the 1993 Tamil film Chinna Mapillai.[14] Plot Shaadiram Gharjode (Sadashiv Amrapurkar), a matchmaker, is once humiliated by Hoshiyar Chand (Kader Khan) when Shaadiram goes to inform him about a family wanting to marry their son to Hoshiyar's daughter. Hoshiyar Chand insults them as he wants both his daughters to marry into the richest family. Gharjode decides to teach Hoshiyar Chand a lesson: He meets a coolie called Raju (Govinda) and they go to Hoshiyar Chand's villa

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Aliya Alla Magala Ganda

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Aliya Alla Magala Ganda

Aliya Alla Magala Ganda (transl. Not a son-in-law, but daughter's husband) is a 1997 Indian Kannada film adapted from the 1988 Tamil film Idhu Namma Aalu and directed by Y. Yesudas. The film starring Jaggesh, Udaya Bhanu and Pramila Joshai in the lead roles revolves around Raja, an orphan, who relocates to a maternal village and falls in love with the daughter of a henchman with whose help he got a job. [2] Idhu Namma Aalu had another more similar remake in 2006 titled Ravi Shastry which had Ravichandran in the lead role. Cast Jaggesh Udaya Bhanu Kalyan Kumar Pramila Joshai Sundar Raj Bank Janardhan Rajaram M. S. Karnath [3] Soundtrack Reference "[2]". "[3]". "Aliya Alla Magala Ganda on TV".

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Aranmanai (film series)

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Aranmanai (film series)

Aranmanai is a film series that consists of the films, Aranmanai (2014) and Aranmanai 2 (2016).[1][2] A third part titled Aranmanai 3 is in production.[3] Kovai Sarala, Manobala, and Chitra Lakshmanan, who appear in the first film, appear in the second film playing different roles. Basis for all films Both films are not connected with each other. The films revolves around a family landing up at a palace which is haunted by supernatural events. Films Aranmanai (2014) A family returns to their hometown to sell their ancestral palace. However, their arrival is marred by supernatural events, and Ravi, a relative of the family, decides to uncover the truth.[4] Aranmanai 2 (2016) Murali returns to his ancestral palace along with his fiancee as his father lands in a coma under mysterious circumstances. However, his life takes a turn when he uncovers his family's dark secrets.[5] Cast Aranmanai Sundar C. as Ravi Vinay as Murali Hansika Motwani as Selvi Raai Laxmi as Maya Andrea Jeremiah as Madhavi Sant

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Hungama (2003 film)

Hungama (English: Mayhem) is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language comedy film directed by Priyadarshan. It is an adaptation of Priyadarshan's own 1984 Malayalam film Poochakkoru Mookkuthi. The film stars Paresh Rawal, Aftab Shivdasani, Akshaye Khanna and Rimi Sen. Made on a budget of ₹6 crore, it grossed ₹20.2 crore worldwide. Plot Anjali (Rimi Sen) arrives in Mumbai looking for a job. Having run away from her village, she hopes to earn enough to pay off her family's debts to their landlord or risk marrying the landlord's son. With money running out, the only way she can find cheap lodging is by feigning marriage to a stranger, Nandu,(Aftab Shivdasani) an aspiring musician, an arrangement thought up by local milkman and fixer, Bholu (Amin Gazi). Anjali and Nandu initially don't get along but must make do to retain their low-rent accommodation. Meanwhile, Jeetu (Akshaye Khanna), an electronics salesman struggles to find a loan to start his own business. His wealthy and miserly father refuses to loan Jeetu money, in

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Fancy Dress (2019 film)

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Fancy Dress (2019 film)

Fancy Dress is a 2019 Indian Malayalam Language thriller filim directed by Ranjith Saccariya and produced by Guinnes Pakru. The film starring Guinnes Pakru, Swetha Menon and Kalabhavan Shajon was released on 2 August 2019.[1][2]The filim had musical score composed by Ratheesh Vega. Cast Guinness Pakru as Dikru Swetha Menon as Priya Kalabhavan Shajon as Nandhan Soumya Menon as Tesa Saiju Kurup Hareesh Kanaran as Seban Bala as Gabriel Soundtrack Marketing and release The official teaser was launched on 4 July 2019.[3] The film was released on 2 August 2019. Reference Agatheeswaran. "Fancy Dress Malayalam Movie (2019)- Cast - Teaser - Trailer -Release Date". News Bugz. Retrieved 13 August 2019. "FANCY DRESS MOVIE REVIEW". Times of India. 2 August 2019. Retrieved 13 August 2019. GOODWILL ENTERTAINMENTS (4 July 2019), "Fancy Dress Movie Official Teaser - Guinness Pakru - Ranjith Skaria - Sarva Deeptha Productions", YouTube External links Fancy Dress on IMDb

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Brochevarevarura

Brochevarevarura (transl. Who shall save the day?) is a 2019 Indian Telugu-language crime comedy film written and directed by Vivek Athreya and produced by Vijay Kumar Manyam under the banner of Manyam Productions, featuring Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas, Nivetha Pethuraj, Satyadev Kancharana in the lead roles while Priyadarshi Pullikonda, Rahul Ramakrishna play supporting roles.[1] The music was composed by Vivek Sagar while the cinematography was by Sai Sriram. Cast Sree Vishnu as Rahul Nivetha Thomas as Mithra Nivetha Pethuraj as Shalini Satyadev Kancharana as Vishal Priyadarshi Pullikonda as Rakesh(Rocky) Rahul Ramakrishna as Rambabu (Rambo) Sivaji Raja as Rahul's father Harsha Vardhan as CI Srinu Jhansi as teacher Raj Madiraju as a film producer Kaushik Ghantasala as Vishal's friend Ajay Ghosh as kidnapper Chevella Ravi Rajesh Khanna Production In August 2018, the film was officially launched with Sree Vishnu as lead. Later, Nivetha Thomas confirmed herself being a part of th

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Ka Ka Ka Po

Ka Ka Ka Po is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language comedy film written and directed by P. S. Vijay. The film stars Kesavan and Sakshi Agarwal in the lead roles, with Subbu Panchu in a supporting role. The film was theatrically released in India on 8 July 2016. Cast Kesavan as Kannadasan Sakshi Agarwal as Kavita Punyakodi Subbu Panchu as Rishabarajan Karunas Robo Shankar Singampuli Powerstar Srinivasan M. S. Bhaskar Mayilswamy Madhan Bob Anu Mohan Sangili Murugan V. S. Raghavan Jaguar Thangam Vadivukkarasi Nirosha Rajashree Jangiri Madhumitha Nalini Production The film was titled Ka Ka Ka Po, with a tagline of Kavithavum Kannadhasanum Kadhalika Poraanga. The makers of the film were briefly engaged in a tussle over the naming rights of the film with the team of Kadhalum Kadandhu Pogum (2016). Both films were referred to by the media as Ka Ka Ka Po, a phrase taken from a popular dialogue from Chimbu Deven's Imsai Arasan 23rd Pulikecei (2006). Though both films had different expansions of the p

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Chhichhore

Chhichhore (transl. Flippant) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. The film stars Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, Naveen Polishetty, Prateik Babbar and follows the life of seven friends from 1992 to present day. Filming began on 30 September 2018.[5][6] The film was theatrically released in India on 6 September 2019.[1] Plot Aniruddh "Anni" Pathak has a water fight with his friends at the hostel H4. Anni also wets Raggie, his rival from the H3 hostel. Years later, Anni is a divorcé and has a son, Raghav. His ex-wife and Raghav's mother is Maya, whom Anni had met in college. Raghav is under pressure, awaiting his engineering exam results. Raghav's fails to get admission which results in him attempting to commit suicide by jumping off his friend’s balcony. He suffers brain hemorrhage and this could damage his brain and other parts. Anni chides the unconscious Ra

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Kunwara Baap (1942 film)

Kunwara Baap (Bachelor Father) is a 1942 Hindi comedy film directed by Kishore Sahu.[1] The film was the debut directorial venture for Sahu, who directed it for the debutant producer N. R. Acharya. Acharya had just started his production company Acharya Arts Productions.[2] The story was written by Kishore Sahu who went on to write and direct films like Kali Ghata, Mayurpankh and others.[3] The music direction was by Ramchandra Pal.[4] The film had Kishore Sahu starring as the bachelor father with co-stars Protima Dasgupta, Anjali Devi, Nana Palsikar, Amritlal Nagar and Moni Chatterjee.[5] It was one of the winners for the BFJA - Best Indian Films Award for best film for 1943.[6] Prannath finds an infant abandoned in his car on his engagement day. The finding leads to several comedic situations in the film. The film was inspired by Bachelor Mother (1939), directed by Garson Kanin and starring Ginger Rogers. The story was reversed in Kunwara Baap, with the hero getting landed with the child.[7] Plot Pranna

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Kadhal Modhal 50/50

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Kadhal Modhal 50/50

Kadhal Modhal 50/50 (transl. Love conflict 50/50) is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language horror comedy film directed by Krishna Sai. The film stars Sethu and Sruthi Ramakrishnan. Cast Sethu Shruthi Ramakrishnan Bala Saravanan Rajendran John Vijay Yogi Babu Shreya Gupta[1] Bavithra[2] KPY Dheena Nandha Saravanan Pattimandram Raja Sriranjini Kothandam Swaminathan Mayilswamy Rakul Madhan Bob Production The venture began production in 2016 with Sethu and Kannada actress and Shruthi Ramakrishnan in the lead roles. Director Krishna Sai says the film is about three IT guys: Sethu, Bala Saravanan, and Dheena from Kalakka Povathu Yaaru?, who have lost their jobs and are involved in petty theft to have a decent life. The film was shot in Chennai and Pondicherry.[3][4] Bavithra, a model anchor, was roped in to play the role of Shruthi's younger sister.[2] Nandha Saravanan, who is known for his role as the opposite kabaddi team leader in Ghilli, plays an inspector who will use the three IT guys t

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Adrushtavanta

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Adrushtavanta

Cast Dwarkish as Raja Sulakshana Lokesh) Sathish Shreelalita Srinivasa Murthy K Vijaya Srinath (Guest appearance) Rajachandra (Guest appearance) Musuri Krishnamurthy Rathnakar Gode Lakshminarayana Saikumar Janaki George Indira Brahmavar Ashalata Dingri Nagaraj Hanumanthachar K V Manjayya Pranava murthy Comedian Guggu Soundtrack The music of the film was composed by K. V. Mahadevan, with lyrics by Chi. Udaya Shankar. Singers were S P Balasubramanyam, S Janaki and K M Ratnakar References

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Ladaai Ke Baad

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Ladaai Ke Baad

Ladaai Ke Baad is a Bollywood film. It was released in 1943.[1][2] References "-". Gomolo.com. Retrieved 23 August 2012. Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (1999). Encyclopaedia of Indian cinema. British Film Institute. Retrieved 23 August 2012. External links Ladaai Ke Baad on IMDb

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Dhamaal

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Dhamaal

Dhamaal (Hindi: धमाल; English translation: Fun) is a 2007 Indian comedy film directed by Indra Kumar and produced by Ashok Thakeria. The film stars Sanjay Dutt, Ritesh Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Aashish Chaudhary and Javed Jaffrey in the lead roles while Asrani, Sanjay Mishra, Vijay Raaz, Manoj Pahwa and Tiku Talsania are featured in supporting roles. It is heavily inspired from It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World 1963 American epic comedy film, It is the first installment of Dhamaal film series. The film was remade on 2008 Kannada movie Mast Maja Maadi. In 2011, the film spawned a sequel, under the title of Double Dhamaal, with the lead cast reprising their roles.[1] A third sequel, under the name Total Dhamaal was released in February 2019, with only Deshmukh, Warsi and Jaffrey returning with an entirely new cast and a fresh story, having no connections to Dhamaal and Double Dhamaal. Plot Four good-for-nothing friends - Roy (Ritesh Deshmukh), Adi (Arshad Warsi), Boman (Aashish Chaudhary), and Manav(Javed Jaffr

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Ladies Only (1939 film)

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Ladies Only (1939 film)

Ladies Only is a 1939 Indian Hindi-language social comedy film directed by Sarvottam Badami.[1] Produced by Sagar Movietone, it had music by Anupam Ghatak and starred Surendra, Sabita Devi, Bibbo and Prabha.[2] This was the last comedy film made by Sarvottam Badami before he left Sagar Movietone. He joined his mentor Ambalal Patel, at Sudama Pictures to start making "socially relevant" films.[3] The story involved three girls from different region (States) meeting at a railway station, and their relationship with each other thereafter.[3] Plot Three girls from different regions of India, Sabita Devi (Gujarat), Bibbo (Punjab), and Prabha (Bengal) meet at a railway station. With no place to stay they decide to find accommodation together. A cook (Bhudo Advani) joins them speaking the language from each state. A young crook (Surendra) enters their life and trouble starts brewing between the girls when they all fall in love with him. Cast Sabita Devi Surendra Bibbo Prabha Bhudo Advani Harish Pande Su

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