Synonyms for appunni or Related words with appunni

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Examples of "appunni"
The film explores the complicated love triangle between the characters played by Nedumudi Venu, Mohanlal and Menaka. Appunni and Ammukutty are lovers from childhood. Ammukutty's father Ayyappan Nair arranges her marriage with a rich school teacher, Menon Mash. Ammukutty is happy to break her relationship with Appunni and get married to the rich and modern Menon Mash.
Malayath Appunni (born August 15, 1943) is a Malayalam language poet and children's writer from Kerala, India. Born in Thekken Kuttoor in Tirur, Malappuram district, Appunni writes simple poetry. He has won numerous awards and recognitions including the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award.
"Naalukettu" is a veritable depiction of the matriarchal social order of Kerala's Nair community in its final gasp for life. The hero Appunni is a scion of a once rich and powerful family. Appunni is the son of a woman who married a man of her own choices and who did not marry the man whom her Karnavar suggested. So she has to leave the family with her son and Appunni grows up without a father and away from the prestige and protection of the matrilineal home to which he belongs. The novel captures the traumas and psychological graph of Appunni, an introvert and angry youth, aspiring to avenge the insult meted out to him in a matrilineal family by building a new edifice on the ruins of his ancestral home.
However, Menon Mash cannot arrive on time for the marriage. Ayyappan Nair, who thought that Menon Mash might have cheated his daughter, conducts Ammukkutty's marriage with Appunni. But, Menon Mash arrives late at night, and now Ayyappan Nair wants Ammukutty to marry Menon Mash himself. Shaken by the behaviour of her father and Menon Mash, Ammukkutty closes the door in front of them and decides to live with Appunni.
Appunni is a blacksmith who has a history of mental health problems in his family, hence he is sent to an ayurvedic asylum. After he returns his mother and Devu become his strengths and his support.
Maanasaandarapetta Yezdi is a 2016 Indian Malayalam comedy movie, produced and directed by debutant Arun Omana Sadanandan under the banner of Water Farm. The film stars P. Balachandran and Jayan Cherthala in the lead roles along with Indrans, Appunni Sasi and Sivadas Mattannur. The movie was shot in Chembukadavu village in Kozhikode.
Appunni is a 1984 Malayalam romantic comedy film written by V. K. N. and directed by Sathyan Anthikad. The film is based on V. K. N.'s story "Premavum Vivahavum". The lead roles are played by Nedumudi Venu, Menaka, Bharath Gopi, Mohanlal and Sukumari.
2016 saw a string of releases in which he had good roles. He played Darwin's henchman Appunni in Darvinte Parinamam. He was then seen as Hari and Manu's friend Paul Achayan in Happy Wedding. He then portrayed the alcoholic Thanka in Anuraga Karikkin Vellam, who gets into fights with Abhi and friends. He also essayed the role of a comical thief, Kaimal aka Kai in Sajid Yahiya's directorial debut IDI: Inspector Dawood Ibrahim. He was last seen as one of Asif Ali's teammates in Kavi Uddheshichathu..?.
Pandit was born in Nooranadu village and was brought up in Kozhikode city. Appunni Pandit wanted his son to be a civil engineer like him. The astrologer could not foresee what stars had lined up for his son. Santosh Pandit knew he was not meant to spend his life building roads and bridges. Even though he joined the public works department after the death of his father, he followed his own interests. He pursued MA degrees in Hindi and pshychology, a degree in academic law and a diploma in civil civil engineering apart from a clutch of certificate courses in computer application, software development and computer hardware. He also trained himself in a variety of stuff from typewriting and stenography to video editing and computer graphics. He divorced. He has a son, Nav jyoth
In 1973, Sathyan debuted as an assistant director to Dr. Balakrishnan in Rekha Cine Arts. He was the Associate Director Of director P. Chandrakumar for more than twenty films till 1982.He also assisted director Jeassy in few films. Sathyan kickstarted his film direction with "Kurukkante Kalyanam" in 1982. The legend has it that he started shooting his first film in 1981, named Chamayam. Due to some unfortunate series of events this movie was never completed. He teamed up with Sreenivasan and made some of the most memorable films in Malayalam film history, with Sreenivasan as the screenwriter. "Thalayanamanthram", "Nadodikkattu" and "Sandesam" are some of the films born from this team, covering socially relevant matters with a comic touch. Sathyan made two novels into films: "Appunni" starring Mohanlal (a film adaptation of V. K. N.'s novel) and "Irattakkuttikalude Achan" starring Jayaram and Manju Warrier (an adaptation of C. V. Balakrishnan's novel). Of late, he has ventured into screenwriting and made films like "Rasathanthram", "Vinodayathra", "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" and "Bhagyadevatha", with credits of story, dialogues and screenplay.
He was born on May 18, 1936 as the son of Kurukkattumanakkal Vamanan Namboothiri and Neettiyathu Janakiamma, at Peringode, Palakkad. He was noted for his performance in the films "Kathanayakan" and "Vanaprastham" and penned poems and written more than 40 short plays for kathakali. He had also contributed for the uplift of kathakali sangeetham. He joined the Kerala Kalamandalam in 1954, where he came under kathakali masters like Kalamandalam Krishnankutty Poduval and Appunni Poduval. After graduating from Kalamandalam, Kesavan worked with "Kala Sadanam", Chunangad and "RLV Institute", Thripunithura. He also worked as a teacher at F.A.C.T Kathakali School as chenda master in Aluva for 30 years. He was the recipient of Kerala Kalamandalam Award, Kala Sahithya Academy Award for his Collection of poems "Thenthully", Ravunni Menon Memorial Award and N.K. Pisharadi Award. After that he appeared in many films and television serials, portraying important characters. Kesavan made his debut movie in Marattam in 1988, directed by G. Aravindan. He was married to Parvathy. They had a daughter and two sons. He died on April 25, 2009 following a heart attack at his house Elamakkara, Kochi. He was 73.