Synonyms for angaadi or Related words with angaadi

paravaigal              iniyum              ithu              puthri              ullasa              nyayam              vazhga              samsaram              vandha              kaattu              vaazha              manavatti              pennu              kavalai              thaayi              swapnam              iruvattam              thaai              theerpu              njaan              poocha              yamagola              cheppu              manamum              ninne              njan              veettile              pambaram              mounam              kunguma              raasa              noottandu              vayasu              puthran              vachina              neeye              raavukal              killathe              pareeksha              chuvanna              kudumba              makalkku              kinnaram              ithile              kamaladalam              kalloori              iddaru              pennum              vendum              velai             



Examples of "angaadi"
2010: Shreya Ghoshal for "Un Perai Sollum" from Angaadi Theru
The critically acclaimed 2010 Tamil film "Angaadi Theru" focuses on the bad working conditions, faced by workers, working in stores on the Ranganathan street.
"Angaadi Theru" won the 2010 Best Film Award at the Chennai International Film Festival on 24 December 2010. It also won accolades in the following award ceremonies.
Adukkala Rahasyam Angaadi Paattu is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Nissar. The film stars Sukumari, Jagathy Sreekumar, Baburaj and Cochin Haneefa in lead roles. The film had musical score by Wilson.
Angaadi is a 1980 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi and produced by PV Gangadharan. The film stars Jayan, Seema, Jose and Sankaradi in lead roles. The film had art directed by kalalayam Ravi and musical score by Shyam.Angadi was a blockbuster of 1980.
Angaadi Theru () is a 2010 Indian Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by Vasanthabalan, starring debutant Mahesh and Anjali in the lead roles. The title refers to the Ranganathan Street in Chennai where the story plays. The film features music jointly composed by Vijay Antony and G. V. Prakash Kumar. An Ayngaran International production, the film was launched on 11 February 2008 and released on 26 March 2010 to critical acclaim. The film was shortlisted for the Indian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film but lost to "Peepli Live". It released in Telugu as "Shopping Mall".
His performance in Angadi, Eenadu, Moorkhan, "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Itha Oru Theeram", "Kanakkinavu" was remarkable. The turning point in his career was his roles in "Chembarathi", "Avalude Ravukal", "Angaadi". Even his brief roles like those in "Manichitrathazhu" and "The King" are well remembered till this day. His one-liners like ""Taski Viliyeda"" in "Thenmavin Kombath" and ""Ippo Sariyakkitharam"" and "'Thamaraseri Churam'" in "Vellanakalude Nadu" earned their position in the list of Malayalam idioms. He spoke about Thamarassery choram first in the movie T P Balagopalan M A.
Balaji is the voice behind the song "Rettai Kathire" from the Tamil movie "Maattrraan" directed by K. V. Anand starring Surya Sivakumar. He has delivered many successful songs in Tamil and Telugu. He started his career as a playback singer for the Tamil film "Pandhayam", directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar. He went on to sing hits like "Sexy Lady" from "Ninaithale Inikkum" in the music of Vijay Antony, "Vellaikari Nee" for the film "Irumbu Kottai Murattu Singam" in the music of G. V. Prakash Kumar, "Enge Poveno" for the film "Angaadi Theru", directed by Veyil Vasanthabalan. His first release in Telugu was "Dailamo Dailamo" for the movie "Mahatma" directed by Krishna Vamsi after which he sang many songs in Telugu including "Tuneega Tuneega" for the movie "Tuneega Tuneega".
In April 2010, following the success of "Angaadi Theru", Vasanthabalan started working on his new project based on Su. Venkatesan's novel "Kaaval Kottam", a novel depicting the history of Madurai during 1310-1910, which was released in 2009. "Aravaan"'s story would be based on one chapter from the novel, running to about 10 pages, with Vasanthabalan claiming that he expanded it and took one year for penning the scriptment, further telling that he had tried to "mix action and emotion". The director told that he included more characters and incidents into the script, disclosing that the film's lead character Varipuli was not there in the short story and that he created him and gave a name.
Popularly known as Damodaran Master, T. Damodaran began his career in cinema as script writer in early 70s. A physical education teacher in a school at Kozhikode by profession, Damodaran became active in theatre by late sixties and got into the company of several theatre and cinema artists of the era including Thikkodiyan, Kuthiravattom Pappu, Hariharan and Kunjandi. He was part of Slapstick Theatre, in which Kuthiravattom Pappu was a leading actor. He wrote and acted in several comedies and satires. His dramas were mainly packed with social issues and this was noticed by Hariharan, who forced Damodaran to enter into cinema making. Though, made his debut in 1973, Damodaran became active in cinema by late 70s, after joining with Sasi with whom, he later made around fifty films. It was the huge success of "Angaadi" in 1980, that formed a turning point in the career of Damodaran. Directed by I. V. Sasi, Angadi has Jayan and Seema in leading roles and broke several collection records. This was followed by "Meen", Kanthavalayam, "Karimbana", all super hits.
Anjali is an award-winning Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Tamil (Kollywood)and Telugu films. Following a stint in modelling, she was cast in starring roles in two Telugu productions; her début film was the Telugu film "Photo", which released in 2006, before bagging a role and gaining attention in the film "Kattradhu Thamizh" (2007). In 2010 and 2011, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Tamil, for her performances in "Angaadi Theru" and "Engaeyum Eppothum" respectively, subsequently becoming recognised as one of the "finest young actors" in Tamil cinema, and noted for mostly playing "performance-oriented roles". Her Telugu re-entry occurred through "Journey" (Telugu dubbing of "Engaeyum Eppothum"), which established her in Tollywood. Followed by "Journey", she appeared in a string of successful films like "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu", "Balupu", "Masala", "Geethanjali" and "Dictator", which made her one of the leading actresses in Telugu.In May 2016,she won Great applauses For her Role in the Tamil Film Iraivi Making Huge Impact on The Tamil Audience's.