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Prem (film director)

Kiran Kumar (born 22 October 1976), known by his screen name Prem called as Jogi Prem is an Indian film director and actor in Kannada cinema. He is also an occasional singer and lyricist. He is also Producer and runs his own banner called '' Preamdreamspictures''. He is considered one of the star directors in the Kannada film industry. Making his debut in the 2003 released Kariya, he directed back-to-back three successful films and is popularly addressed as Hatrick Director. He made his acting debut in Preethi Yeke Bhoomi Melide in the year 2008.

Prem (actor)

Prem is an Indian film actor who appears in Tamil and Kannada films. He rose to fame starring in television serials, while he was also the winner of the reality dance show Jodi Number One during season 1. In the Nadigar Sangam elections held on 18 October 2015, he was elected as Executive Committee member.

Prem (food)

Prem is a brand of canned meat (called "luncheon loaf"). Prem is a brand of Zwanenberg Food Group and is made in the United States. In Canada, it is a trademark of Maple Leaf Foods Inc./Les Aliments Maple Leaf Inc. and is a luncheon meat made in Canada sold under the Swift brand as Swift's Prem. Prem is similar to Spam and was shipped to England during World War II.

Prem (film)

Prem (English: Love) is a 1995 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by Satish Kaushik. It stars Sanjay Kapoor and Tabu in dual roles, and deals with the concept of reincarnation. Shekhar Kapoor was initially attached to direct the film before Kaushik was contracted. The film was a box office flop.

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prem

n. prematurely born infant

Usage examples of "prem".

Charlotte was the fact that sannyasin Swami Prem Prasad was with Hanya at the airport.

The sudden crowd caused Hrriss's two pet ocelots, Prem and Mehh, to go on guard.

Prem crooned, a mild sound when compared with the green fire in his eyes.

Prem withdrew a few paces and waited, making a soft, urgent rumbling sound low in his throat.