Synonyms for alaigal or Related words with alaigal

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Examples of "alaigal"
Music is provided by Maestro Ilaiyaraja. He has recycled his own tunes from "Johnny", Alaigal Oivathillai, Manvasanai, Olangal
Radha was spotted by director Bharathiraja and was cast as a teenager in "Alaigal Oivathillai" in 1981 opposite newcomer Karthik.
Lovers is a 1983 Hindi romantic drama film directed by Bharathiraja. The film was a remake of director's own Tamil film "Alaigal Oivathillai".
Alaigal Oyivathillai () is a 1981 Indian Tamil language film directed by P. Bharathiraja. The film stars debutant actors Karthik and Radha in the lead roles. The movie was a blockbuster and Ilaiyaraja's music and songs were highly praised. The story and dialogues written by veteran writer and director Manivannan. The film became a cult classic. The film received eight Tamil Nadu State Film Awards.
Alaigal () is a Tamil soap opera on Sun TV. It is a Prime time serial. The show stars M. N. Nambiar, Jayachitra, A. L. Raghavan, Vadivukkarasi, Venu Arvind, Raaghav, Nizhalgal Ravi, Mohan Vaidya and Viji Chandrasekhar. The show is produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt. Ltd and director by Sundar K Vijayan. It was aired on every Monday to Friday at 9:00 PM.
Vaazhkai Alaigal (English: "Waves of Life") is a 1978 Indian Tamil film, directed by G. C. Sekar. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Vanisri, Chittor V. Nagaiah and V. S. Raghavan in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. Chakravarthy.
His first role was in the television serial "Chitthi", where he played a character named Daniel. After the success of the show, in his second serial "Alaigal", director Sunder K Vijayan, named him as Daniel Balaji thinking that he portrayed his own character in Chithi.
He has won the Shantaram Award for Best Cinematography for his work in "Kadal Pookkal" in 2001. He is also a recipient of the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Cinematographer twice for "Alaigal Oivathillai" (1981) and "Kangalal Kaidhu Sei" (2004).
Venu Arvind is a Tamil television and film actor. He is known for his roles in K. Balachander's television serials and as the leading antagonist Ranga in the television soap "Alaigal". He debuted as a director with the film "Sabash Sariyaana Potti". He is married to Shoba and the couple have two children, a daughter, Veena and a son, Vijay.
Alaigal (; ) is a 1973 Tamil film produced and directed by C. V. Sridhar. The film stars Vishnuvardhan and Chandrakala in the lead roles. It was the first Tamil film of Kannada actor Vishnuvardhan. This film was dubbed in Telugu as "Lakshmi Nirdoshi".
The series was directed by V.C Ravi (1-502), A. Jawahar (503-595) E.Vikramadhithan and M.Iniyan Dinesh. It was produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd, along with the production crew of 2001-2015 Sun TV Serials Alaigal, Kolangal, Thendral, Thirumathi Selvam.
The series was directed S. Kumaran and It was produced by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd, along with the production crew of 2001-2016 Sun TV Super Hits Serials Alaigal (2001-2003), Appa (2003), Avargal (2003-2004), Kolangal (2003-2009), Thirumathi Selvam (2007-2013) and Thendral (2009-2015)
Seethakoka Chiluka (also spelled as Seetakoka Chiluka) (translation: "Butterfly") is a 1981 Telugu romance film created by Poornodaya Movies and directed by Bharathiraja. After it was remade from the Tamil version "Alaigal Oivathillai", Karthik Muthuraman reprised his role from the original film. Aruna Mucherla is the female lead character. The film was premiered at the 9th International Film Festival of India
The film's soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The album features six tracks, one of which was "Putham Pudhu Kaalai" from the film "Alaigal Oivathillai" which was reused in this film. Ilaiyaraaja himself had sung two songs in the film and his son Yuvan Shankar Raja had rendered two songs. Ilaiyaraaja stated that he agreed to compose the music since he liked the story and the screenplay.
Karthik was first introduced by Bharathiraja in the film "Alaigal Oivathillai". He received the Best New Face Award from the Tamil Nadu Government in 1980. His film "Vanna Kanavugal" was a super hit at the box office and K.Balachander praised his performance in the film. He collaborated with leading film directors like Mani Ratnam, K. Balachander, Bharathiraja, Visu, R. Sundarrajan, Ameerjan, R. V. Udayakumar, Priyadarshan, Fazil, Vikraman, Agathiyan, Sundar C., K. S. Ravikumar, P. Vasu and K. V. Anand.
In 2001, In Tamil, she made a comeback with a negative role in K. Balachander's television serial "Kaalmulaitha Aasai". She has continued to act in serials in Tamil, such as "Alaigal", and "Kolangal", and in Malayalam. She portrayed Jalaja teacher in K. K. Rajeev's serial "Amma Manasu" and has said that it was the real break in her second innings. She also played the role of a mother in Tamil films like "Kana Kandaen", "Kalabha Kadhalan" and "Parijatham" and in many Malayalam films.
She made her debut in Tamil movie Praptham (1971) opposite Sivaji Ganesan and Sreekanth. Her most significant role was in the film "Alaigal" directed by C. V. Sridhar. Her other notable films include "Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham", "Ulagam Sutrum Valiban" and "Moondru Deivangal" (as Sivakumar's co-star). She was better known for her soft roles. In "Sampoorna Ramayanam" (1971), she mesmerized the audience and critics with her performance as Goddess Sita.
A photographer friend of Suresh's dad opined that Suresh could make it as a lead actor and with a portfolio, Suresh approached director C. V. Sridhar to feature in his films, but his effort went in vain. He then met director duo Santhana Bharathi and P. Vasu who decided to cast him their venture, "Panneer Pushpangal", while simultaneously he was cast in the lead role in Bharathiraja's "Alaigal Oivathillai" presenting him with a dilemma of which film to choose. He chose the former, but both films went on to becoming large commercial successes during the period.
The soundtrack (songs and the background score) was scored by veteran composer Ilaiyaraaja. "Halke Se Bole" is based on the Tamil song "Putham Pudhu Kaalai" from his 1980 film "Alaigal Oivathillai". "Gumm Summ Gumm" is based on the Malayalam song "Thumbi Vaa" which Ilaiyaraaja had composed for the 1982 Malayalam film "Olangal". The song "Mere Paa" is based on his Tamil song "Kaatru Vizhi", from Balu Mahendra's film "Adhu Oru Kana Kaalam". The song has an eclectic mix of Irish and Tamil Folk music, both seamlessly fused to create a soothing melody that appears as a leitmotif, in the film's theme music.
He penned the story and dialogues for some of his mentor's films between 1980–82 like "Nizhalgal", "Tick Tick Tick", "Alaigal Oivathillai" and "Kaadhal Oviyam". Manivannan assisted Bharathiraja in a handful of films like "Koththa Jeevithaalu" (Telugu), "Red Rose" (Hindi) starring Rajesh Khanna and "Lovers" (Hindi).He learned trade hard and fast within two years under Bharatiraja and by 1982 made his directorial début. He had also penned the story and dialogues for a bunch of other films like "Lottery Ticket" acted by Mohan and Prabhu, "Agaya Gangai" acted by Karthik, "Nesam" acted by Ajith Kumar. In "Kodi Parakuthu", directed by Bharathiraja, Manivannan did the villain's role.