Synonyms for anubhavam or Related words with anubhavam
Examples of "anubhavam"
, Orma, Yatra (" Experience, Memory, Travel, Autobiographical Essays, 2013)
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is a 1979 Telugu film is directed by K. Balachander. It is a remake of "Ninaithale Inikkum" which also starred the same cast.
is a 1987 Indian Malayalam film directed by Kashinath. It is the remake of Kannada movie Anubhava (film) directed by Kashinath himself.
Gopi authored two books. His book "Abhinayam
" (Acting, Experience), won the national award for the best book on cinema in 1994. "Nataka Niyogam", his book on drama won the state award for best book on drama in 2003.
is a 1976 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi and produced by Ramachandran. The film stars Sheela, Vincent, M.G.Soman and Jayabharathi in lead roles. The film had musical score by A. T. Ummer.
"Aparichita" was remade in Hindi as "Be-Shaque". "Anubhava (film)" was remade in Hindi as Anubhav and in Malayalam as "Aadhyate
". "Avale Nanna Hendthi" was remade in Hindi as "Jawani Zindabad" . The Concept of "Ajagajaanthara" was seen in the Hindi movie "Judaai".
Ninaithale Inikkum (English: "Sweet Memories") is a 1979 Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Kamal Hassan, Rajinikanth, Jayaprada, Geetha and Nakul. The story was written by Sujatha Rangarajan. The film was also simultaneously shot in Telugu as "Andamaina
". A large part of the film was shot in Singapore.
Thiruppaanaalvar's ten verses "Amalannadhipiraan" and the "Alvar's" "Bhagavad
" (experiences of the divine) moved many Vaishnava Acharyas(gurus). The ten verses are compiled in the "Sixth Prabhandam" of the "Mudalaaiyram" of "Divya Prabandha". Vedanta Desikan was moved by the composition of the Alvar and wrote a commentary called "Munivahana Bhogam" in Sanskritized Tamil - Manipravalam. He also composed four verses in Tamil in his "Prabhanda Saaram" to elaborate on the significance of the contribution of the saint. He went on to compose a "Stotram" (divine text) in Sanskrit known as "Sri Bhagavad Dhyana Sobhaanam". Vedanta Desikan was so moved by the ten verses of "Amalanaadhipiraan" that he paid multiple tributes to the saint. Desikan was so overwhelmed by the profoundity of the saint's" "bhagavad
" that he declared the ten verse compendium to be the essence of countless Vedic texts.
The song "
Pudhumai" samples a 1940 Spanish song titled "Bésame Mucho". Philips, an autodidact guitarist, played the guitar for "
Pudhumai" and "Malarendra Mugamondru". The original soundtrack edition omits the songs "Maadimele" and "Kadhalikka Neramillai", which are included on the track list of Raaga.com; the website omits the song "Viswanathan Velai Vendum" which was included on the original soundtrack edition. Viswanathan and his wife were spending a vacation in Yercaud for a week, when Kannadasan, Gopu and Sridhar were waiting for him to begin composing the songs. The day when Viswanathan returned and arrived at Chithralaya office, Kannadasan said, "Ennappa..Viswanathaa...Velai kodu.." (). Sridhar then said that should be the beginning of the song and decided to give Balaiah's character the name Viswanathan.
Anubhava () is a 1984 Indian Kannada-language adult drama starring Kashinath and Abhinaya in the lead roles. Actresses Abhinaya and Umashree made their debut with this film. The film is directed, co-produced and written by Kashinath and produced under Sri Gayatri Productions banner. The film, upon release, met with positive reviews and declared a blockbuster with a cult status.It was also remade into Hindi language "Anubhav (1986)" starring Shekhar Suman and in Malayalam as Aadhyate
, both directed by Kashinath himself.
Rajasree, who made her film debut as a child actor in AVM Productions' "Naga Devathai" (1956) playing the younger Jamuna, was in her late teenage years and was playing second heroine and sister roles in Telugu films. Gopu phoned and asked her to attend their studio the next day to audition for her role. A song sequence, "
Pudhumai", was shot to audition her; the makers were impressed and her name was added to the cast, making it her first film as a lead actress.
The music received positive reviews from critics. The song "Enna Parvai" was considered by K. J. Yesudas as his breakthrough song in his career as a playback singer. Playwright-comedian Y. G. Mahendra described the songs as "immortal masterpieces". Anand Venkateswaran of "The Hindu" wrote, "MSV's music immortalised Sridhar's images in and the bosomy ." V. Chandramohan of "The Hindu Tamil" praised the catchy rock and roll tunes in "Maadimele" and said "
Pudhumai" and "Enna Paarvai" were meant for all music lovers. A live version of "Nenjathai Alli" was later performed by Unni Menon at an August 2012 ceremony commemorating the 14th year anniversary of Jaya TV.
Vincent started his career in the late 1960s and became one of the most successful Malayalam film actors of the 1970s. He performed with such notable leading men as Sathyan, Prem Nazir, Madhu, Jayan, M. G. Soman, and Kamal Haasan. He had acted opposite to many leading heroins of Malayalam film including Sheela, Jayabharathi, Vijayasree, Vidhubala, Rani Chandra, Lakshmi, and Srividya. He was famous for his performances in various films in the 1970s including "Ulsavam" (1975) and "
" (1976) both directed by I. V. Sasi. One of his last notable films was "Inspector Balram", released in 1991.
"Kadhalikka Neramillai" was the first Tamil film to be made in Eastmancolor. Film critic Baradwaj Rangan believes that with this film, Sridhar became the first Tamil director to "make an all-out comedy in colour". It was produced by Vijaya Vauhini Studios and processed at Gemini Studios' laboratory. Principal photography on the film commenced with the song "
Pudhumai", which was picturised on Ravichandran and Rajasree. Portions of the song featuring the latter were the first scenes shot. Because the producers had not taken measurements for her costumes, Rajasree was sceptical about whether filming would begin that day. She was given a nightgown as the costume for the song sequence. Sachu's costumes were designed by Sridhar himself.
He has since 1967 been a leading villain in Hindi films and his peak period as main villain in Hindi films was from 1967-1994. In the 1970s he got plum roles as a villain often with Amjad Khan and Ranjeet. In few films he played secondary villain to villainous characters of Ajit, Madan Puri, Pran, Jeevan in 1970s and 1980s and to Amrish Puri and Amjad Khan's in the late 1980s. In the critically acclaimed comedy film Hulchul (1971), a remake of
Pudhumai, played the lead hero in this suspense thriller and was not a villain. He played the main lead in 1970 box-office hit small budget comedy film Samaj Ko Badal Dalo as lead hero and was paired opposite Telugu actresses Kanchana and Sarada. The song sung by Rafi and picturised on Prem Chopra -Tum Apni Saheli Ko Itna Bata Do Ki Usse Koi Pyar Karne Laga Hai from this 1970 film and the song Rah Mein Kaliya - a song sung by Kishore Kumar and performed on-screen by Prem Chopra in the film Nafrat(1973), a box-office flop in 1973, continues to be popular. The dialogue " Prem naam hai mera, Prem Chopra" (My name is Prem, Prem Chopra) from the film "Bobby" has been very popular. Another famous Prem Chopra dialogue is from film Souten - "Main wo bala hoon jo sheshay se pathar ko todtee hai" which closely translates to "I am that trouble which crushes stones with glass". "Main jo aag lagata hoon use boojhana bhi jaanta hoon" from Kati Patang was famous as well. He was the regular in villainous role in the films with Rajesh Khanna in the lead role from 1969-1991 from Doli(1969) till Ghar Parivaar(1991). The duo of Prem and Rajesh Khanna acted in 19 films together and had 15 of them as box office hits and were very close friends in real life till Khanna's death. Prem quoted in an interview "Rajesh Khanna and I were considered a lucky pair and distributors used to tell Rajesh Khanna that we don't care who your heroine is, all we want to know is whether Prem Chopra is in the film." He also mouthed dialogues in the song Aaj Pila Dey Saathi Apni sung by Mahendra Kapoor from the film Doli(1969).He also mouthed dialogs in the song Lo Mera Pyar Lelo from Nafrat in 1973 with Asha Bhosle and Kab Se Ye Dil Hai Pyaasa from Mera Muqaddar in 1988.
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