Synonyms for adimaigal or Related words with adimaigal

vaaitha              koottam              theerpu              kaattu              kunguma              varusham              paravaigal              ithu              kavalai              njaan              magalukku              vandha              agnivyooham              neeye              vazhga              thottu              veliye              kanninum              neeyum              veettile              velai              sookshikkuka              savaale              othiri              pillalu              oomai              ninne              iniyum              yedho              pennin              thavaru              enakkaga              paadum              mosagadu              konjum              cheppu              pennu              raavukal              yaare              geetham              poocha              sollu              kalyaanam              vaazha              killathe              kutram              idanilangal              bandhangal              mounam              vannu             



Examples of "adimaigal"
Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal () is an Indian Tamil comedy drama film written and directed by Mahendran Rajamani and produced by Shan Sutharsan. The film stars Jai and Pranitha in the leading roles, while Karunakaran, Kaali Venkat and Naveen portray supporting roles. Featuring music composed by Santhosh Dhayanidhi and cinematography by Mahesh Muthuswami, the film began production during June 2016 and released on 2 February 2017.
He was transferred to Chennai in 1964. His portrayal of roles in plays scripted by Marina, such as "Thanikuduthanam", "Oor Vambu" and "Kaal Kattu", won him great acclaim. His performances in plays such as "Kadavul Vandirundar", "Adimaigal" and "Oonjal" were similarly hailed by audiences. His passion for theatre inspired him to start a troupe of his own, called Poornam New Theatres.
The company's first project titled "Sethupathi" (2015) directed by S. U. Arun Kumar starred Vijay Sethupathi and Remya Nambeesan in the lead roles. The film released worldwide on 19 February 2016, it received positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success. The production's next release was the comedy film, "Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal" (2017), while Radha Mohan's "Brindavanam" will release in mid-2017.
In 2017, Jai appeared in the romantic comedy film "Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal" portraying an IT worker who is unlucky in love. He has several films scheduled for release in 2017, including the horror film "Balloon" and the long-delayed venture "Arjunan Kadhali", which he began work on in 2008.
In June 2016, Shan Sutharsan of Vansan Movies announced that his production studio would simultaneously produce two Tamil films — a project by Radha Mohan and Mahendran Rajamani's "Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal". Arulnithi and Vivek were reported to play leading roles, while newcomer Tanya, granddaughter of actor Ravichandran, was selected as the lead actress. M. S. Prabhu and Vishal Chandrasekhar were revealed as the film's cinematographer and composer, though Prabhu was later replaced by newcomer M.S. Vivekanand, an erstwhile assistant of P. C. Sriram. Radha Mohan announced actor Vivek would portray himself and the film would be about the bonding between a popular actor and his fan, though distanced reports that the film would be along the lines of the 2016 Hindi film, "Fan".
In March 2016, Mahendran Rajamani and Vansan Movies held discussions with actors Siddharth, Nakul and Thaman about casting them in a script titled "Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal". Despite Thaman's announcement that the trio would reunite again after "Boys" (2003), the project failed to materialise. Soon after, Vansan Movies announced that they had instead signed on actor Jai to be a part of a film in early June 2016. Pranitha joined the team to portray the lead actress, while Karunakaran, Kaali Venkat and theatre actor Naveen were selected to portray Jai's friends. Thambi Ramaiah and Rajendran were also bought in to portray characters in the film, with the latter copying the body language of American actor Dwayne Johnson for his role. The film was officially launched on 22 June 2016, with a poster of the film released depicting the technical crew as a part of a WhatsApp group conversation. The film was shot extensively in the final quarter of 2016 across Kodaikanal and Puducherry. In December 2016, Santhanam shot for a cameo appearance in the film.