Synonyms for eppothum or Related words with eppothum

engaeyum              inikkum              kavalai              kavithaigal              yamadonga              nodalu              ninne              thathamme              chesina              nenjathai              prathikaram              ninaithale              madamaiyada              pachaikili              kadhalukku              pasanga              sattai              adhu              naalai              aanandham              swargarajyam              alaigal              payale              sadhurangam              velai              thenali              yedho              thalaivan              cheluveye              yenbadhu              achcham              dheerudu              kettuppar              marikkumo              meendum              santhippom              jotheyali              kaatru              mounam              raagangal              oomai              ilamai              ithu              dhill              kavithai              vandha              ulagam              sigaram              kadhalai              njanum             



Examples of "eppothum"
Vinodhini Vaidyanathan is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Tamil language films. She made her debut in A. R. Murugadoss’s production "Engaeyum Eppothum" portraying Ananya's sister.
Vatsan Chakravarthy is an Indian film actor, who has appeared in Tamil language films. He has appeared in films including "Engaeyum Eppothum" (2011) and "Tharkappu" (2016).
Endendu Ninagagi is a 2014 Kannada drama film directed by Mahesh Rao. A remake of the Tamil film "Engaeyum Eppothum", it features newcomer Vivek Narasimhan, Deepa Sannidhi, Anish Tejeshwar and Sindhu Lokanath in the lead roles.
The film's theatrical trailer was unveiled on the film's official YouTube channel on 8 December 2012. This film is a remake of Tamil film named "Engaeyum Eppothum" (Anywhere Anytime) released in 2011.
It lies east of Kadambur on the Madurai-Nellai railway line, east of Kayathar off the North-South Corridor, and west of Eppothum Vendram on the Madurai-Thoothukudi National Highway.
Kamanayakkanpatti lies on Kovilpatti to Puthukottai road. Kamanayakkanpatti is well connected with Kovilpatti, Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli, Chennai, Madurai, Tiruchendur, Pulliampatti, Eppothum Vendran, Pasuvanthanai, Puthiyampuththur, Kayaththar and nearer villages through buses. Nearest Railway station is Kovilpatti (code: cvp). Nearest Domestic airport is Tuticorin Airport and nearest International airport is Madurai International Airport. There are many vans and cars for tourists.
Jai subsequently garnered praise for diverse roles, including a villager on holiday in "Goa" (2010), a timid working factory worker in "Engaeyum Eppothum" (2011) and a customer care executive in the romantic drama "Raja Rani" (2013), which became his biggest commercial success.
Deepthi Nambiar is an Indian film actress, who mainly works in the Tamil and Malayalam film industries. She is best known for her small romantic role as "Pooja" in the 2011 Tamil film "Engaeyum Eppothum". "Pattalam" first introduced her to the Tamil audience as an actress.
The story of the planned film, "Velan", was later used by M. Raja when he made "Velayudham" (2011) with Vijay. Actor Srikanth's character in the film "Sadhurangam" (2011) was named after Thirupathisamy, who was the director Karu Pazhaniappan's close friend. Similarly, AR Murugadoss noted that the story of his production "Engaeyum Eppothum" (2011) reminded him of the tragic incident of Thirupathisamy's death.
The soundtrack was composed by M. S. Viswanathan while the lyrics were written by Kannadasan. The song "Engeyum Eppothum" was one of the famous songs from the film. The song was remixed by Yogi B in "Pollathavan" (2007). The song "Sambo Siva Sambo" was remixed by Vijay Antony as "Avala Nambithan" for "Salim" (2014).
After winning accolades for her performance as a chirpy young nurse in "Engaeyum Eppothum", Anjali was signed up by producer A R Murugadoss for his second successive production. Impressed with M Ghibran's score in "Vaagai Sooda Vaa", both Murugadoss and Kinslin decided to sign him on for the film.
Ayilya Nair (born 29 March 1987), better known by her stage name Ananya, is an Indian film actress, who appears in Malayalam and Tamil films. She made her acting debut in Malayalam with "Positive" (2008) and debuted the following year in Tamil with "Naadodigal", which emerged a critical and commercial success. She has a list of films in Malayalam and Tamil. She received a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Tamil for "Engaeyum Eppothum".
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 Bhoomiyile" 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".
In February 2014, AR Murugadoss announced that he was set to produce a venture to be directed by M. Saravanan which would feature Jai in a leading role; with the trio collaborating again after the success of "Engaeyum Eppothum" (2013). However, the film was later announced to be produced by SK Studios instead. Andrea Jeremiah was selected to play the film's lead actress and filming began in April 2014.
Engaeyum Eppothum ("Anywhere, Anytime") is a 2011 Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by newcomer M. Saravanan. Starring Jai, Anjali, Sharwanand and Ananya, it was produced by A R Murugadoss in association with Fox Star Studios, marking the studio's entry into Tamil cinema. "Engeyum Eppodhum" illustrates two love stories—one set against the backdrop of Chennai and the other in Tiruchi—which join together in the climax. The film released on 16 September 2011, to very positive reviews, going on to become a critical and commercial success. The film was dubbed into Telugu as "Journey" and released on 16 December 2011.
Vatsan debuted as an actor with "Aridhu Aridhu" (2010), before working on AR Murugadoss's production "Engaeyum Eppothum" (2011), in which he portrayed a bus passenger who falls in love with a fellow traveller. He subsequently appeared in Rasu Madhuravan's "Pandi Oliperukki Nilayam" (2012) and in another Murugadoss production, "Vathikuchi" (2013), where he portrayed a negative role. He played his first lead role in R. K. Kalaimani's "Apple Penne" (2013), where he worked with actresses Iswarya Menon and Roja. The film had a low key release and received negative reviews from critics. In mid-2013, he also worked on a single track titled "Thalapathy Anthem", which he dedicated to actor Vijay.
Anjali is an award-winning Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Tamil (Kollywood)and Telugu films. Following a stint in modelling, she was cast in starring roles in two Telugu productions; her début film was the Telugu film "Photo", which released in 2006, before bagging a role and gaining attention in the film "Kattradhu Thamizh" (2007). In 2010 and 2011, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Tamil, for her performances in "Angaadi Theru" and "Engaeyum Eppothum" respectively, subsequently becoming recognised as one of the "finest young actors" in Tamil cinema, and noted for mostly playing "performance-oriented roles". Her Telugu re-entry occurred through "Journey" (Telugu dubbing of "Engaeyum Eppothum"), which established her in Tollywood. Followed by "Journey", she appeared in a string of successful films like "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu", "Balupu", "Masala", "Geethanjali" and "Dictator", which made her one of the leading actresses in Telugu.In May 2016,she won Great applauses For her Role in the Tamil Film Iraivi Making Huge Impact on The Tamil Audience's.
Baradwaj Rangan, writing for "The Hindu", stated, "(the) first half (of the film) is practically empty — we have to wait for the second half for things to get going. So a certain amount of pointlessness in the early portions is par for the course. What’s shocking in M. Saravanan’s Valiyavan is how excruciating this pointlessness is. You may end up feeling physical pain", going on to call it "an easy contender for the year’s worst screenplay". The Times of India gave 2 stars out of 5 and wrote, "With one of the most preposterous scripts in recent times, M Saravanan...disappoints in "Valiyavan"". Rediff gave the same rating and wrote, ""Valiyavan" fails to impress, it is unworthy of the director who gave us the brilliant "Engaeyum Eppothum"". Sify wrote, ""Valiyavan" is a mixed bag. The first half is terrible with no story, and it is the last 30 minutes which has some meat in it. (The) script and presentation is a big letdown".
"Ivan Veramathiri" opened to positive reviews by critics. Baradwaj Rangan wrote, ""Ivan Vera Maathiri" is several notches above your usual action movie. The coincidences are smartly woven in, the location shooting is nicely done, and some of the action, especially a chase down a busy road, is staged quite well. More importantly, the film never loses sight of the personal costs, the collateral damage, that come with vigilantism". Sify wrote, "Director Saravanan after the brilliant "Engeyum Eppothum" is not in his elements in the thriller genre, where he wants to show the nexus between the politician and corrupt education system. However, he is able to keep the audience spellbound in the last 15 minutes of the film which is electrifying". Filmibeat gave 3 out of 5 and wrote, "Director Saravanan has tried hard to write a screenplay to churn out a message-oriented movie with commercial ingredients. His screenplay manages to win audience appreciation for his attempt". The Times of India gave 3 stars out of 5 wrote, "If the screenplay was the strength of Saravanan's debut "Enageyum Eppothum", here, it becomes a weakness as the director's attempts to make a "different" vigilante film get lost in implausibility, patronizing and sub-par acting. He has the outline of a terrific action movie plot; However, the scenes aren't particularly interesting beyond a strictly functional level". Rediff gave 2.5 stars out of 5 and wrote, ""Ivan Veramathiri" lacks the simplicity, depth and magic of Director M Saravanan’s last film "Engeyum Eppodhum"". Indiaglitz gave 3 out of 5 saying "Saravanan is known to make his stories gripping and racy. With Sakthi and Srikar Prasad for technical expertise, the director has re-established his name in the tinsel town with 'Ivan Veramathiri'. The film's screenplay slows down at places, but that is not entirely a shortfall." Desimartini gave 3 out of 5. Behindwoods gave 3 stars out of 5 and wrote, ""Ivan Vera Mathiri" is likely to leave you satisfied having served its well distributed portions of comedy, romance, action, suspense and all round entertainment".
Four years after his last directional venture "Adhu Oru Kanakaalam", Balu Mahendra announced a project called "Anal Kaatru" in 2008 but the project was dropped due to unknown reasons. In 2013, he announced that he would direct "Thalaimuraigal". Apart from directing, Balu Mahendra revealed that he would play a pivotal role in the film. Besides, M. Sasikumar who produced this film will appear in a cameo appearance. Ramya Shankar who appeared in the television series "Saravannan Meenatchi" was selected to play a mother of 10 year old. Master Karthick who earlier appeared in "Ethir Neechal" was selected as child artist. Sasi who earlier appeared in Sashikumar Subramani's television series "Kathai Neram" and also played the roles of Rambha's brother in "Anandham" and Atul Kulkarni's brother in Dhanush starrer "Padikkadavan" was selected to play important role. Vinodhini Vaidyanathan who acted in films like "Engaeyum Eppothum" and "Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam" was signed to play Balu Mahendra's daughter in the film. The film was shot entirely with Canon EOS 5D, a still camera.