Synonyms for arputha or Related words with arputha
Examples of "arputha"
Nammalvar have composed beautiful pasurams dedicated to Lord
Narayanan. It is one of the compositions in Naalayira Divya Prabandha.
The film, a bilingual has been simultaneously made in Tamil language as "Allaudinaum
Vilakkum" () and released on 8 June 1979 with some Tamil actors joining as supporting cast. The Tamil version of the film was dubbed into Telugu as "Alavuthinum
She has two additional Tamil films to date: "
Theevu" (dubbed from Malayalam), which was released in September 2006, and "Vathiyar", which was released on Diwali.
"Albhutha Dweepu" was released in 2005 and the remake rights were sold almost immediately to Hollywood director Ron Howard who was in India at that time. But later the project was cancelled. The film was dubbed in Tamil as "
Theevu" with additional scenes reshot with Manivannan, Karunas and Vaiyapuri. Tamil version was released in 2007.
Sridhar, a television screenwriter, accused Doss Ramasamy of plagiarising his script "Alibabavum
Carum", and threatened to take legal action against the makers of the film. Doss subsequently filed a complaint at the South Indian Film Writers Association. After reading both the scripts, the association declared that "Dora" was an original script and not a plagiarsed one.
She was Rajinikanth's leading lady in several of his films. She went on to act with Rajinikanth in 28 films. She has also paired in a number of films with Kamalhasan as well, second only to Sridevi who has been paired with Kamalhassan for over 30 films. She also acted in a number of films which starred both Kamal and Rajini. This list of films includes Illamai Oonjaladukirathu, Aadu Puli Aatam, Alladinum
Vilakkakum, Aval Appadithen, Natchathiram.
Unnale Unnale was released worldwide alongside "Mayakannadi", "Madurai Veeran" and "
Theevu" on Tamil New Year's Day, 14 April 2007. Owing to the success of the film, the number of reels grew to about hundred. The film completed 100 days of screening in the theaters in the state of Tamil Nadu. The reception in Malaysia was equally successful and was released in six major metropolises for up to 9 weeks, the film collected $114,883 (then approximately 5 million) within its 50-day run.
Other versions of "The Nights" include the 1974 Italian movie "Il fiore delle mille e una notte" by Pier Paolo Pasolini and the 1990 French movie "Les 1001 nuits", in which Catherine Zeta-Jones made her debut playing Scheherazade. There are also numerous Bollywood movies inspired by the book, including "Aladdin and Sinbad". In this version the two heroes meet and share in each other's adventures; the djinn of the lamp is female, and Aladdin marries her rather than the princess. Other Indian films inspired by the book, include "Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum" (1979; Malayalam), "Allaudinaum
Vilakkum" (1979; Tamil) and "Daya" (1998; Malayalam).
Allauddin Adhbhuta Deepam (English: Aladdin & Wonderful Lamp; ) is a 1957 Telugu, fantasy film, produced by M. Lakshmipathi on Jai Shakti Pictures banner, presented by T. S. Balaiah and directed by T. R. Raghunath. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Anjali Devi in the lead roles and music composed by Saluri Rajeswara Rao & Saluri Hanumantha Rao. The film is based on a story from "Arabian Nights" called "Aladdin & Magic Lamp" The film was simultaneously released in Tamil as "Allavudeenum
Vilakkum" and in Hindi as "Alladdin Ka Chirag".
Theevu(Albudhadweep) is a Tamil dubbed periodical drama film directed by Vinayan.It was released on 14 April 2007 starring Prithviraj, Guinness Pakru and Mallika Kapoor amongst others. It is the Tamil dubbed version of Malayalam film Albudhadweep.The music was composed by M.Jayachandran.The original version Albhutha Dweepu was released in 2005 and the remake rights were sold almost immediately to Hollywood director Ron Howard who was in India at that time.The film stars 300 dwarfs, and all 300 are to enact the same role in Hollywood version of the movie with Leonardo DiCaprio.
T. MuthuRaj (born July 29, 1969, Coimbatore, India). is an Indian film production designer. He entered the film industry after completing his B.Sc. degree in fine arts as first assistant to Sabu Cyril after which he has served as production designer in critically acclaimed and celebrated films in major Indian languages. His big break came in the 1997 Malayalam film "Guru" starring Mohanlal and Suresh Gopi, directed by Rajiv Anchal, for which he received the Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director. Muthuraj has since worked in such path breaking hits as "
Theevu", "Angaditheru", "Pazhasi Raja", "Irumbukottai Murattu Singham" and "Avan Ivan". He has contributed to the success of 43 feature films and 185 commercials. He has won many film awards for best art direction and for his creative works. His latest work is "Nanban" (2012) directed by Shankar, which has won huge appreciation from all quarters.
One of Mohanlal's first breaks as a co-hero "Ineyengillum" was also directed by I. V. Sasi.He introduced Mammootty as a hero in his film "Thrishna". He also introduced Jose. Other collaborations such as M.T. Vasudevan Nair-I. V. Sasi, Padmarajan-I. V. Sasi, and T.Damodaran-I. V. Sasi are well remembered. He worked with Mammootty on more than 35 films. He went on to direct one of Mohanlal's biggest hits, "Devaasuram", which was scripted by Ranjith. He has directed films in several other languages, such as Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil. He has directed Kamal Haasan in films like "Guru", "Allauddinum
Vilakkum", "Karishma" and "Eeta". He was the one who introduced Rajinikanth to Malayalam film industry through "Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum" in 1979. Other films with Rajinikanth include the Telugu-Tamil bilingual film "Kaali" and "Ellam Un Kairasi". He has directed Hindi movies as "Patita" ("Mithun Chakraborty"), "Anokha Rishta" ("Rajesh Khanna" and "Smita Patil"), "Pratishodh (1980)", "Karishma" etc. He has directed Malayalam movies in many genres. His war-themed movie "1921", written by screenwriter T. Damodaran, was the first Malayalam movie to be nominated in the Italian Film Festival. His "Ina" was the first Malayalam movie about child marriage. In 1982, he shared The Indian National film Awards' "The Nargis Dutt award" for the best feature film on national integration for his film "Aaroodam" with its producer Rosamma George. I.V. Sasi is the festival director of the second edition All Lights India International Film Festival.The event will be held at Ramoji Film City, the world’s largest film studio at Hyderabad, India from 24th to 27th Sept 2016.
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