Apparently, the person had read "Inflammable objects not allowed" written as "Jalaaishi padaarth mana hai"An interesting off-shoot of classical Tamil, kamnatti derives from "Kaimpe Ndaati paiyan" which stands for a young widow's son, who is expected to grow up without parental guidance and hence a "kamnatti".
Attige kotta such a in kannada
Also possibly from "Out of Business" or from "O'l Bhajanai" (local slang for "doing nothing").
Refers to stunt wired moves made by heroes in local movies in street-fight scenes which feature impossible kicks and moves defying physics.
"Contribution to Gandhi's freedom movement" provided an excellent means to account for the "missing" money. One should apologise to Mahatma Gandhi as this term brings a small amount of disrepute to him, for no fault of his!!!
Connotes deliberate disinformation, as opposed to genuine misinformation.
"Reel" therefore refers to an obviously implausible story.
See also: "gapsaa", "peela", "philim"Pronounced "sulphate aa" from Copper Sulphate, commonly present in such potions.
meaning i will beat the crap out of you so that i will bring your bile out of you.
(which is yellow in colour hence Manja Soru - meaning Yellow rice - Bile)OB is pronounced as the individual letters O and B. Possibly from "Off Beat", old British military term meaning "off duty".
He is married to Rukmini and has three children (2 daughters and a son). Chakravarthy's flick Siddham and alongside his father in Gaayam 2 (2010). His younger brother Kota Sankara Rao is also an actor.
He lost his son Kota Venkata Anjaneya Prasad on 20 June 2010 in a road accident in Hyderabad. He works in a nationalised bank and acts in soap operas.
From banned liquor that the rural poor hastily prepare by boiling (instead of fermenting) basic ingredients like rice gruel, along with a wide variety of organic substances, sometimes, even including tyres and petroleum. Refers to one who is not picking up things easily, or someone, who takes a bit of time to understand (like a tube light that flickers for a few seconds before lighting up). This procedure involves complex body movements and ends with a complete or partial prostration at the feet of the guru seeking his blessings before the duel.