Ugadi (disambiguation)

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Ugadi is the New Year's Day for the people of the Telugu and Kannada communities in India.

Ugadi Telugu and Kannada Hindu new year festival

Ugadi is the New Year's Day for the people of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Telangana states in India. It is festively observed in these regions on the first day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Chaitra. This typically falls in March or April of the Gregorian calendar.

Ugadi may also refer to:

Ugadi is a 1997 Telugu romantic film directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy starring himself and Laila in the lead roles.

Ugadi is a 2007 Indian Kannada romantic drama film directed by Om Sai Prakash and produced by Mega Hit Productions. The film cast includes V. Ravichandran, Telugu actor Srikanth, Kamna Jethmalani and Jennifer Kotwal in the main roles. The film is a remake of the successful Telugu film Santosham (2002) directed by Dasaradh and starred Akkineni Nagarjuna and Prabhudeva.

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