Synonyms for bhoomiyile or Related words with bhoomiyile
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Malakha is a 1965 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by PA Thomas. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sukumari, Lakshmi, Adoor Bhasi and Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair in lead roles. The film had musical score by Jaya Vijaya, MA Majeed and PS Divakar.
Apart from direction, Thampi has produced 5 films, written screenplay for 3 films and has acted in Itha oru Theeram (1980), Attimari (1981), Madrasile Mon (1982), Thudarkatha (1991). His noted movies are Rajavinte Makan, Vazhiyorakazhchakal,
Rajakkanmar, Indrajaalam, Nadodi, Chukkan and Manthrikam. He was most active during the 80-90 period.
Mohan Jose was a government official in Mumbai. He debuted in Chamaram in 1980. Later he migrated to Chennai to become a full-time movie actor. Rajavinte Makan,
Rajakkanmar, New Delhi, Nair Saab, Aye Auto, Lelam, Crime File, Black, Nerariyan CBI, Roudram, Crazy Gopalan are a few among other Malayalam Movies in which he portrayed versatile and inimitable characters.
She started her acting career in a Telefilm called "Shakunam" directed by Biju Chandran and Telecast in Dooradarshan in 2006. Her first Tamil movie After that she was in "Sengathu
" directed by Rathinakumar. Then her next project "Eppothum Vendral" directed by Siva Shanmugan. "Touring Talkies" directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar. Malayalam movie "Snehamulloral Kudeullapol" directed by Riju Nair. Her upcoming movies are "Padukalam", "Sattaru Voivid", "Perazhagi", and "Soodhu Vaadhu".
Rajakkanmar is a Malayalam movie released meaning Kings on Earth in 1987 produced by Joy Thomas and directed by Thambi Kannanthanam and featuring Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi and Jagathy. The scion of Thekkumkoor royal family wanted to introduce his heir to democracy. For this sole purpose he bribes the Chief Minister. Once in power, Mahendra Varma tries to be independent and help his friend Jayan.
Earlier Thaha worked as Assistant Director in films like Rajavinte Makan,
Rajakkanmar, Kakkothikkavile Appooppan Thaadikal, Varnam etc. to famous directors such as Kamal and Thampi Kannanthanam. In 1991 he co-directed with Ashokan the film Mookkillarajyath as Ashokan-Thaha. Later he went on to direct films independently. He has two sons: Amal and Arsh . Arsh is currently pursuing his diploma in direction and script writing in KR Narayanan national institute of visual science and arts and has directed a couple of short films as well.
After the schooling at Govt. High School Palappetty, he pursued his graduation from M.E.S.College, Ponnani [1992-1995] , and Kerala Law Academy Law College, [[Trivandrum]1997-2000]. Also, he holds a Post graduate diploma in Journalism from Institute of Journalism, Press Club Trivandrum . He enrolLed as advocate from Kerala High court, Kochi and practiced as advocate at Ponnani bar. published a book on his name '
kalippaattangal' the collection of his poems during his college time, He worked Nehru yuva kendra in 1995 to 1997 as Nsv Malappuram, He worked as script writer in first Malayalam regional Channel Asianet. He travelled England, Scotland, Spain, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, UAE, Oman and Bangladesh etc.
Ganesh Kumar's early films saw him frequently donning the role of villain or anti-social. In Cheppu (1987) he played the rowdy college student to perfection, experimenting with brown sugar, leading an ruly pack, and taunting the noble professor (played by Mohanlal). Eventually the hero beats the daylights out of him, and after some ugly display of blood and tears, the movie comes to a predictable end. In Rakuyilin Ragasadassil, Ganesh Kumar played a wayward guitarist who turns over a new leaf after settling down with a nice girl. This is in stark contrast to the story of the lead pair (his brother and musical genius, played by Mammooty, and the talented danseuse, played by Suhasini) who part ways soon after the birth of their son, only to reunite in a tearful climax. Other films of the eighties where Ganesh made minor appearances include Sukhamodevi (1986), Sarvakalasala (1987),
Rajakkanmaar (1987), Mukthi (1988), and Devadas (1989).
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