Synonyms for adimakal or Related words with adimakal


Examples of "adimakal"
was Ramu Kariat's "Ezhu Rathrikal". Some of his notable films as an actor were "Adimakal, Kallichellamma, Allahu Akbar, Manpeda', Kuttyedathi" and "Ganga Sangamam". "Shapamoksham" made in 1974 was his first film as a
Manjilas Ouseph Joseph (15 January 1929 – 8 January 2016) was a Malayalam producer. He produced over 30 films in the 1960s and 1970s, most notably Yakshi, Adimakal, Devi, Chattakkari, Anubhavangal Palichakal, and Punarjanmam. He won numerous awards including National Film Awards and Kerala State Film Awards.
It was a remake of Malayalam film "Adimakal" directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan which itself was adapted from a novel (mentioned in title credits). The film was also earlier remade in Telugu as "Chilakamma Cheppindi" (1977), directed by Eranki Sharma, with Rajinikanth in the lead role.
Adimakal Udamakal (English: "Slaves are the Masters") is a 1987 Malayalam-language Indian film directed by I. V. Sasi, starring Mammootty, Mohanlal, Nalini, Seema in the lead roles. Ratheesh, Mukesh, Urvashi, Jagathi Sreekumar, Captain Raju, Lizy, Sukumari and Santhakumari play major supporting roles.
Pamman () (28 February 1920 – 3 June 2007), born R. Parmeswara Menon, was a prolific Malayalam novelist from Kollam, Kerala, India. He is best known for his novels which grapple with the sensual imagery of the human psyche. He has also written the script for several Malayalam movies. Some of his novels were made into films, including "Chattakari" and "Adimakal". He won the State Film award twice.
Chilakamma Cheppindi (Telugu: చిలకమ్మ చెప్పింది) is a 1977 Telugu drama film written and directed by Eranki Sharma. The film won the state Nandi Award for Best Feature Film. The film was a remake of Malayalam film "Adimakal". The film starred Rajinikanth in his first lead role. The film was later remade into Tamil as "Nizhal Nijamagiradhu" by K. Balachander with kamal Hassan in the lead role. The film was premiered at the 1978 International Film Festival of India.
T. Damodaran (; c. 1935 – 28 March 2012) was a screenwriter of Malayalam cinema. He scripted some of the biggest blockbusters in Malayalam cinema. Damodaran and director I. V. Sasi teamed up to produce many hit movies, including "Angadi", "Eee Nadu", "Vartha", "Avanazhi", "Inspector Balram", "1921", "Adimakal Udamakal", and "Balram vs. Taradas". He also teamed up with director Priyadarshan to produce many hit movies including Aryan, Advaitham, "Abhimanyu", and "Kala Pani".
Adimakal is a 1969 Indian Malayalam film, directed by KS Sethumadhavan and produced by MO Joseph. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sathyan, Sheela and Sharada in lead roles. The film had musical score and songs composed by G. Devarajan. It won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam and Filmfare Award for Best Malayalam Film. The film is based on a novel by Pamman. The film was remade in Telugu as "Chilakamma Cheppindi" (1977) with Rajinikanth and in Tamil as "Nizhal Nijamagiradhu" with Kamal Haasan.
Sathyan's career was influenced by great directors like K. S. Sethumadhavan, P. Venu, A. Vincent and Ramu Karyat. Sathyan's roles in various films directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan like "Pappu" in "Odayil Ninnu", "Jayarajan" in "Daham", "Prof. Sreeni" in "Yakshi" (first psychological thriller in Malayalam) and the pratogonist in "Vazhve Mayam" were well appreciated.Sathyan's other major performances include those in "Udhyogastha", "Snehaseema", "Nairu Pidicha Pulivalu", "Veettu Mrugam", "Mudiyanaya Puthran", "Bharya", "Shakuntala", "Kayamkulam Kochunni", "Adimakal" and "Karakanakadal". His famous title character 'Othenan' in the film "Thacholi Othenan" became highly popular among the masses. His role in "Chemmeen", the poignant love story set against the background of the coast of Alappuzha did not win him the best actor award for the year, but is one of the most popular roles of his career. He acted in over 150 Malayalam films and two Tamil films.