Synonyms for arambam or Related words with arambam

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Examples of "arambam"
Mudivalla Arambam is a 1984 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed starring Rajesh in lead role.
She was introduced by music director D. Imman in the movie "Kacheri Arambam." She had sung the song “Kadavule” in the movie.
In 2009, Varun sang the hook for the remix version of the song "Kadavule Kadavule" composed by music director D. Imman in the actor Jiiva starrer "Kacheri Arambam".
Puriyadha Anandam Puthithaga Arambam is a 2015 Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by Syed Ibrahim, which stars Krish and Srushti Dange. The film released on 5 June 2015.
"Pudhupettai" re-united Dhanush with his brother. Dhanush's portrayal was praised by critics. The Telugu dubbed version was titled "Dhoolpet". Dhanush went on to star in the commercial entertainer "Thiruvilayadal Arambam" romancing Shriya Saran.
The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The track "Ennama Kannu" was later remixed in the film "Thiruvilayadal Arambam" (2006). The song inspired a 2000 film of same name also starring Sathyaraj.
"Ayan", a 2009 Tamil movie, shows the operations of selling CDs, software, electronics, perfumes, and other goods in great detail. A movie named Vattaram has references as well.also references made in tamil movie kacheri arambam.
Shankar Dayal initially launched his first film in October 2008 titled "Anandam Arambam" and the film would mark the debut of actor Adharvaa Murali, but the film was called off months later after Pyramid Saimira ran into financial trouble.
The channel features a number of shows, such as Oru sol khealir, Vendhar veetu kalyanam, Sundharakandam, Bharathi Kannamma, Mudivalla Arambam, Suryavamsam, Iruvar, Ninaithala innikum, Kollywood roundup, Puthumputhu kaalai, Ring O Ring, Thinnai.
Aribam Syam Sharma composed the soundtrack for the film and Phulendra and M. K. Binodini Devi wrote the lyrics. The playback singers are A. Kamala, Arambam Jamuna and A. Budhachandra.
Matamgi Manipur (English: "Today's Manipur") is a 1972 Meitei film directed by Debkumar Bose and produced by Karam Manmohan, under the banner of K.T. Films Private Limited. The black and white film features an ensemble cast including G. Ravinder Sharma, Yengkhom Roma, Kangabam Birababu, Rashi, with Indra, Beda, Kangabam Tomba, Arambam Lokendra, Aribam Syam Sharma, Amujao and Baby Ameeta. The story of the film was written by Arambam Samarendra and screenplay by Debkumar Bose. It is considered the first feature film made in Meitei. The film won the President's Medal at the 20th National Film Festival.
Leipaklei is a 2012 Manipuri film directed and produced by Aribam Syam Sharma. It stars Leishangthem Tonthoi in the titular role, with Lairenjam Olen in the lead, with Kalpana, Pritam, Sundari, Priyogopal and Baby Rainy portraying supporting roles. The story of the film was written by Arambam Samarendra and screenplay by Arambam Ongbi Memchoubi. "Leipaklei" was screened on the inaugural day of 5th Guwahati Film Festival 2012. It was also screened at the 18th Kolkata International Film Festival and Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) held at Jeonju, South Korea. The film won the Best Manipuri Film Award in the 60th National Film Awards 2013.
Malaikottai () is a 2007 Tamil film directed by Boopathy Pandian, who has also directed the movies "Devathaiyai Kanden" and "Thiruvilayadal Arambam" with Dhanush as the hero. Vishal got the lead role, pairing with Priyamani. The story and screenplay were written by the director. The film met with mixed critical response. This movie has been dubbed to Telugu like his previous movies, titled Bhayya (Brother).
After this film, V V Kathir was supposed to direct Karthi's "Siruthai" but didn't direct. He went to hibernation and had not directed any film so far. Due to the film's poor response, Antony stopped producing films. Jeeva and Poonam again paired in "Kacheri Arambam".
Mudivalla Arambam () is a 2014 Tamil Romance Thriller soap opera that aired on Vendhar TV and aired Monday through Friday at 8:00PM IST. For the first time in Tamil television history, an innovative attempt in fiction brings to you stories that are set in motion from the climax of popular movies. The Show Directed by Navin Khirushna and K. Rangaraj.
Kacheri Arambam (Tamil: கச்சேரி ஆரம்பம், ) is a 2010 Indian Tamil action comedy film directed by Thiraivannan, starring Jiiva and Poonam Bajwa in the lead roles, whilst, J. D. Chakravarthy plays a pivotal role. The film released on 19 March 2010 and received mostly negative reviews but became a successful venture.
Thodakkam is a thriller Tamil film starring Raghu Vannan and Monica directed by Muthukumar. Prior to release the film was known as "Arambam". The film opened to poor reviews, and there were controversies about the Producer who cheated on the artist's salaries and bullying technicians.
She made her acting debut in the 2005 Telugu film "Modati Cinema", following which she appeared in several Telugu films, including "Boss" opposite Nagarjuna and Bhaskar's "Parugu". She debuted in Tamil in 2008 with the Hari-directed masala film "Seval" and subsequently starred in "Thenavattu" and "Kacheri Arambam", both co-starring Jeeva, and "Drohi". Her
During the making of "Padhinettan Kudi Ellai Arambam", he was injured in a fire accident and suffered burn injuries. The film released in December 2011 with little publicity. His current project is "Varatti", which features him alongside his brother Prem Rajan.
A Meitei scholar, Saroj N. Arambam Parratt, produced another English version of the Chronicle under the title "The Court Chronicle of the Kings of Manipur: Cheitharon Kumpapa" in 2005. Parratt includes a facsimile of the original manuscript of the Cheitharol Kumbaba. The Cheitharol Kumbaba adopted three chronological systems or eras: Kalyabda, Saka era, Chandrabda or Kangleipak era. From 1666 CE onwards, days of the week are mentioned in the Cheitharol Kumbaba.