Synonyms for anjathe or Related words with anjathe

varusham              payale              samaali              tammudu              koottam              vedham              thathamme              baava              velaiyilla              avalude              nindraval              chesina              ninaithen              snehamulla              raavukal              mattum              thoongadhey              namadhe              unnidathil              theeya              samsaram              deviyin              sahasam              vandha              suryavamsam              kavalai              drohi              velai              thaaraavu              theerpu              thottu              paravaigal              krishnudu              neeyum              marupakkam              inikkum              kodukulu              satham              muddina              thavaru              sollu              swapnam              achcham              kanniyin              pillalu              konjum              thambikku              vanadevatha              alaigal              ninaivil             



Examples of "anjathe"
P.S. Sridhar (known as Anjathe Sridhar) is an Indian film actor and film director who works in Tamil films. He is known for his villainous act in highly successful "Anjathe" directed by Mysskin. He was also the villain in Natarajan Subramaniam's "Milaga" as well as in "6 Melugu Vathigal".
Nagarvalam (English: Around The City) is an upcoming Tamil-language Indian film directed by Marxx, starring Yuthan Balaji, Pasupathy, Deekshitha Manikkam and Anjathe Sridhar in lead roles.
Anjathe () is a 2008 Tamil action crima thriller film written and directed by Mysskin; starring Narain The film opened to rave reviews for its technical expertise, avant-garde filmmaking and for the performance of actor Narain. The composition of frames, selection of shots and its counter meaning in narration made Anjathe a perfect example of Tamil New Wave cinema. The film was remade in Kannada as "Anjadiru".
After Myshkin had completed and released his maiden venture "Chithiram Pesuthadi" in 2006, he wrote the script for "Nandalala" for eight months, which was supposed to be his next directorial. A. M. Ratnam was initially to produce the film, for which his son Ravi Krishna was to play the lead role. Despite completing a photo shoot with Ravi Krishna, the film was shelved, since Ratnam opted out, after he incurred heavy losses with his previous productions. Myshkin decided to postpone the project, since "nobody was interested", and instead wrote a new story and commenced a new project, "Anjathe" which itself was a result of Myshkin's anger. "Nandhalala" was initially Snigdha's debut Tamil film, for which Myshkin had signed her in 2006 already, but with the film getting postponed, she made her first appearance in "Anjathe" that Myshkin decided to direct instead.
Vijayalakshmi debuted in the 2007 film "Chennai 600028" under the direction of Venkat Prabhu. The film was eventually a blockbuster and she later portrayed the female lead role in the film "Anjathe" which was also a critically acclaimed film. After making a special appearance in Venkat Prabhu's "Saroja" in 2008, she worked in "Adhe Neram Adhe Idam"
That film was "Anjathe", which released in 2008, following which Myshkin re-commenced "Nandalala", taking up the lead role himself, after several lead actors from the Tamil film industry had rejected the offer, fearing of "their image would get damaged". The lead character, Bhaskar Mani, that Myshkin plays in the film was initially supposed to be around 20 years old, however, as no actor was willing to take the role and he decide to play the character, he changed the age to 27 to make it more suitable. For the seven-year-old schoolboy character, newcomer Ashwath Ram was selected, after over 100 children were auditioned. Snigdha Akolkar, who had performed an item number in "Anjathe", was chosen to enact the lead female character, while Rohini was signed to play the mother of the lead character Bhaskar Mani. "Nandhalala" was initially Snigdha's debut Tamil film, for which Myshkin had signed her in 2006 already, but with the film getting postponed, she made her first appearance in "Anjathe" that Myshkin decided to direct instead. Reports indicated that Arya's brother Zahir had been signed for a pivotal as well, which turned out to be untrue. The film's filming began in late June 2008 eventually, was completed in 81 days, with major portions being shot on highways and roads in Chennai, and Gobichettipalayam. After Ilaiyaraaja had completed the film score of the film, the soundtrack album was released in January 2009, while the first trailer was premiered in July 2009 along Sundar C.'s "Aintham Padai".
Snigdha Akolkar a (born on 3 May) is an Indian critically acclaimed actress and model. She has acted in several Hindi and Marathi television serials. She gathered fame by playing a Protagonist in daily soap "Hare Kkaanch Ki Choodiyaan" and went on making name in Tamil films. She is noted for her cameo song in the film "Anjathe". She also acted in Rajshri Production's Hindi film "Love U...Mr. Kalakaar!".
Mysskin (; born Shanmugha Raja on 20 September 1971) is a South Indian film director, screenwriter, actor, singer and producer. He made his directorial debut in 2006 with "Chithiram Pesuthadi". His other directorials "Anjathe", "Nandalala", and "Onaayum Aattukkuttiyum" received high critical acclaim. He has also proved his acting skills by starring as a mentally challenged person in "Nandalala" and as a killer seeking redemption in "Onaiyum Aatukuttiyum".
Narain is an Indian film actor, who has starred in Malayalam and Tamil films.He made his debut in Adoor Gopalakrishnan's "Nizhalkuthu" (2002). His performances in "4 the People" (2004), "Achuvinte Amma" (2005), and "Classmates" (2006) cemented his status as an actor in Malayalam cinema. Narain's Tamil debut was in Mysskin's "Chithiram Pesuthadi" (2006). He was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil for his performance in "Anjathe" (2008).
Ponvannan made a comeback as an actor through Ameer's "Paruthiveeran" (2007), portraying the father of Priyamani's character, and the success of the film garnered further acting opportunities for him. He won acclaim for his performances as the upright police officer in Mysskin's "Anjathe" (2009) and as the shrewd customs official in "Ayan" (2009). Ponvannan played a stage actor in Vasanthabalan's period film "Kaaviya Thalaivan" (2014), winning acclaim for his performance in an ensemble cast.
Ajmal's debut film was "Pranayakalam", opposite Vimala Raman. This was followed by the Tamil film "Anjathe", directed by Myshkin, in which he played an angry young man. The film became a high critical as well as commercial success, with Ajmal receiving several awards for his performance. He next starred in the Malayalam film "Madambi" alongside Mohanlal. "Madambi" remains his only hit in Malayalam. He also acted in an international production "De Nova", which went unnoticed. The anti-hero character, Vasanthan Perumal, he portrayed in the 2011 Tamil movie " Ko "earned him a lot of appreciation. Based on an online poll conducted by The Times Of India, Ajmal won the Chennai Times Film Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role Male. In 2013 he played an independent cinematographer in the suspense thriller "Bangles".
The film illustrates the road journey of two people, a mentally challenged adult and an eight-year-old schoolboy, both in search of their respective mothers. Myshkin began developing "Nandalala" in 2006, penning the scriptment for eight months. Supposed to be filmed, after the release of Myshkin's debut film "Chithiram Pesuthadi" (2006), the film was shelved since no producer came forward to fund the film, and was launched only in June 2008, after the release of Myshkin's second film "Anjathe" (2008). It was completed by December 2008, but got stuck in development hell later, with no distributors willing to release the film. Following numerous preview shows and screenings at several film festivals, the film eventually released on 26 November 2010, opening to very positive reviews and garnering critical acclaim.
He chose Mysskin as his name inspired by Prince Myshkin, the protagonist in Dostoevsky's novel "The Idiot". His schooling was in Tamil and he is an avid book reader He was working in a book store when director Kathir first asked him to join him. He was with him for nearly 8 months but did not work in any movie. It was under director Vincent Selva that he did his first movie "Youth", followed by "Jithan", again under Vincent Selva. Mysskin made his directorial debut with the low -budget film "Chithiram Pesuthadi" which went to become one of the biggest hits of the year. A simple love story, it became a hit owing to the unique style the film was written in. Narain and Bhavana debuted as leads in the film became popular faces. He then moved on to "Anjathe" which became one of the biggest blockbusters in Tamil Cinema. The film received critical acclaim for all departments of film making. The film was also noted for its narrative style and mise en scene which marked an example of Tamil new wave cinema. It starred Narain, Prasanna, Vijayalakshmi Ahathian and yesteryears actor Pandiarajan in a never before seen role. Interestingly both the Mysskin films had item songs which became big hits and has captured the hearts of the young and old alike.
"Anjathe" catapulted Mysskin into the big league. He is touted to be one of the best young directors in Tamil cinema. Two years after this, he came back with "Nandalala" a film loosely based on Takeshi Kitano's "Kikujiro" was completely different from his first two ventures. A film which dealt with a young boy and a mentally challenged person going in search of their respective mothers. He chose to play the mentally challenged character after the script was turned down by many established actors. The film went on to become his most critically acclaimed film with some critics calling it one of the best Tamil films ever made. "Nandalala" won the people's choice award at the Norway Film Festival. His next film, "Yuddham Sei", a dark thriller was a huge hit at the box office as well. His visual style and directing prowess was appreciated and talked about by everybody. His next film, Mugamoodi has received negative responses from the public and media. His next film Onaayum Aattukkuttiyum (The Wolf and the lamb)" was a fast-paced thriller released on 27 September 2013. It received superlative reviews from all corners. Audience and critics praised the film as a trendsetter and the changing face of Tamil cinema. Once again Mysskin proved that he is a director of high standards. In Onaayum Aattukkuttiyum Mysskin acted as one among the two lead characters.
In October 2010, Arya signed on for the film with N. Linguswamy's Thirupathi Brothers production house replacing UTV as producers. However within months Arya had pulled out as had Linguswamy. In June 2011, a new Mumbai based company had taken the production reins whilst Jiiva, after the commercial success of his political thriller "Ko", had signed on to portray the lead role. Later that month, it was announced that Narain, who had worked with Myshkin in both "Chithiram Pesuthadi" and "Anjathe", would portray the role of the lead antagonist with reports suggesting that the role would be reminiscent of The Joker from the 2008 English film, "The Dark Knight", Narain claimed that his villainy in the film would be totally brutal. His character in the movie has no shades and is absolutely negative. In early July 2011, sources reported that Amala Paul had been signed up to portray the lead female character in the film, which the actress dismissed, with Dhananjayan of UTV also confirming that Amala was not approached for the role. Pooja Hegde, second runner up of the 2011 Miss Universe India beauty pageant was eventually finalized as the female lead. K, who had scored for Mysskin's "Yuddham Sei" in 2010, was selected as the film composer over two other music directors, while Madhan Karky would pen the lyrics, associating for the first time with Mysskin. Veteran Telugu actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao was added to the cast in November 2011 which proved false and he was replaced by Girish Karnad, while Prakash Raj was also reported to be playing an important role. The following month, Nassar was selected to portray a police officer. Pooja Hegde appeared as Jiiva's lover in the film.