Synonyms for chamayam or Related words with chamayam


Examples of "chamayam"
One of the famous celebration "Atha Chamayam" takes place in this town during Onam festival.
The main chamayam vendors are Paramekkavu devosom, venkidadri, maramittathu balachandran ( balan mashu).
Chamayam is a 1993 Malayalam film directed by Bharathan, and starring Manoj K. Jayan, Murali and Sithara in the lead roles. The film is about the lives of two fishermen who are also stage actors.
Pellissery was a partner of the theatre company Chalakudy Sarathy Theatres. He performed in about a dozen plays produced by this company under the direction of Thilakan, including "Five Star Hospital", "Alakal", "Indhanam", "Fassahu", "Mochanam Nale", "Adisankaran Janicha Naattil", and "Chamayam".
The golden elephant caparison ("Nettipattam"), elephant accoutrements ("Chamayam"), ornamental fan made of peacock feathers ("Aalavattom"), royal fan ("Venchamarom"), sacred bells and decorative umbrellas are prepared new by Thiruvambady and Paramekkavu Devawsoms separately. Paramekkavu Devaswom exhibits this at the Agrasala in Thrissur City and the Thiruvambady Devaswom will display the caparisons at the Church Mission Society High School in Thrissur City on fourth and fifth day before the Pooram. In 2014 and 2015, it was displayed in Kousthubham Hall at Shornur Road
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 came to prominence through his collaboration with Malayalam author and director Padmarajan. "Koodevide" was their first venture, which had one of the most famous songs of Johnson "Aadivaa Kaatte", a pathbreaking song in Malayalam music history. It was one of the first songs in Malayalam to so many western classical elements. The song was born out of Padmarajan's need for a western song for his innovative film. Song composition took place in Woodland's Hotel, Chennai. Another notable feature of this song was the lyrics by O. N. V. Kurup, who for the first time wrote lyrics for a pre-composed song. Johnson worked for 17 films with Padmarajan, including his last film "Njan Gandharvan". This productive collaboration saw the detailed screenplay and cinematography of Padmarajan become a fertile ground for expressive musical narration and thematic scores for Johnson. This is seen in some of the greatest motion pictures of Malayalam cinema, like "Nombarathipoovu" (1987). Another notable collaboration of Johnson was with director Sathyan Anthikkad, with whom he associated in almost 25 films. He was able to provide some of his most popular songs with Anthikkad and this combo is widely accepted to be one of the greatest director-composer collaborations in Malayalam cinema. Acclaimed Malayalam director Bharathan also collaborated with him in multiple films including "Parvathy, Palangal, Ormakkayi, Kattathe Kilikkoodu, Ente Upasana, Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam, Ozhivukalam, Malootty, Chamayam" and "Churam". His major other collaborations with directors include Mohan ("Oru Katha Oru Nunakkatha, Sakshyam, Pakshe" and "Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu"), Sibi Malayil ("Kireedam, Chenkol, Dasaratham" and "Nee Varuvolam"), Sreenivasan ("Vadakkunokkiyantram" and "Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala"), Lohithadas ("Bhoothakkannadi", Kamal ("Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Shubhayathra, Ee Puzhayum Kadannu" and "Paavam Paavam Rajakumaran"), and Balachandra Menon ("Shesham Kazhchayil, Premageethangal, Kilukilukkam", "Kelkatha Shabdam" and "Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu").