Synonyms for ezhai or Related words with ezhai

vendum              paravaigal              raasa              kaattu              thaai              sonnal              vandha              entha              kondu              iniyum              kodalu              makkalu              thedi              meendum              paravai              paasam              puthu              maduve              thaan              thayi              sorgam              koottam              yaanai              vizhigal              vasalile              arambam              valartha              kalloori              mazha              paadum              banthu              ennai              savaal              veetu              ninne              poovum              idhaya              hrudaya              adrushtavo              gaanam              drohi              ellai              neenu              nooru              varusham              mazhai              varam              samsaram              veettu              vazhga             



Examples of "ezhai"
Ezhai Jaathi (Poor Caste) is a Tamil Political drama starring Vijayakanth and Jayaprada in the lead roles. Prabhu Deva appears for a dance sequence along with Vijayakanth.
Ezhai Pangalan (Tamil: ஏழை பங்காளன்) is a 1963 Indian Tamil film, directed by K. Shankar and produced by Violin K. V. Mahadevan. The film stars Gemini Ganesan, Ragini, Pushpalatha and M. N. Nambiar in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. V. Mahadevan.
Maadi Veettu Ezhai (English: "Pauper from the upper portion of the house") is a 1981 Indian Tamil film, directed by Amirtham and produced by Selvam. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Sujatha, Sripriya and V. K. Ramasamy in lead roles. The film had musical score by Gangai Amaran.
Beedalapatlu or Beedala Patlu (English title: "The Plight of the Poor"; Telugu: బీదలపాట్లు) is a 1950 Telugu Drama film directed by K. Ramnoth starring Chittor V. Nagaiah. It was simultaneously made in the Tamil language as "Ezhai Padum Padu". The story is based on the 1862 French novel "Les Miserables" written by Victor Hugo.
Due to the loss in the film "Maadi Veettu Ezhai", he spent his last days penniless. During his last years he stayed in the house of his good friend music director M. S. Viswanathan, until his death on 8 March 1974. It was M. S. Viswanathan who arranged all his final rites, as per his request.
"Ezhai Padum Paadu" (lit. Plight of the poor) was produced by S. M. Sriramulu Naidu at Pakshiraja Studios in Coimbatore. K. Ramnoth was hired as the director and Chittor V. Nagaiah was cast as Kandan (based on Jean Valjean). Initially, Nagercoil K. Mahadevan, was cast as the bishop who reforms the thief. But after a few scenes were shot, Sriramulu Naidu replaced him with Serukulathur Sama. Elangovan (Thanigachalam) wrote the script for "Ezhai Padum Paadu" based on Sudhanandha Bharathi's novel of the same name. Sriramulu Naidu was known for his strict schedule. Once when director Ramnoth was absent from the set, one of the actors - V. Gopalakrishnan - left the set thinking that there would be no filming on that day. An incensed Naidu, filmed the scene (a love song sequence) using a female actress (Ragini) dressed up as a man instead of Gopalakrishnan.
After debuting in the Tamil film Ezhai Padum Padu in 1950, he acted in more than 250 films. He predominantly was cast in supporting roles in films of M.G.Ramachandran like Nam Naadu, En Annan, Thedi Vandha Mapillai and others. Later starred in films including Rajinikanth's Thambikku Entha Ooru. The scenes in which he appeared as a mahout were popular in the 1980s. Though he has made many films, he became famous for his dialogue in Thottal Poo Malarum (Varum, Aanaa Varaadhu...) with Vadivelu.
Chandrababu directed the film "Maadi Veettu ezhai" with M. G. Ramachandran as hero. Eventually, he failed on this venture as Ramachandran did not cooperate with him. The film was also dropped. The reasons for Ramachandran's non-cooperation is well explained by script writer Aroordhas, in his 2002 memoirs "Naan Muham Paartha Cinema Kannadigal". It's because Chandababu became abusive towards Ramachandran's elder sibling M. G. Chakrapani.
Beedala Patlu () is a 1972 Telugu, drama film, produced & directed by B. Vittalacharya on Sri Vital Productions & Co banner. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao in the lead role and music composed by K. V. Mahadevan. The film is based on 1862 French novel "Les Miserables" written by Victor Hugo which was already made in Telugu as "Beedala Patlu" (1950) simultaneously as Tamil movie "Ezhai Padum Padu" with Chittor V. Nagaiah and as Hindi movie Kundan (1955)
Ezhai Padum Paadu () is a 1950 Indian Tamil language film directed by K. Ramnoth. It was simultaneously shot in Telugu as "Beedala Patlu". It was an adaptation of "Les Misérables" by Victor Hugo. The film was released on Deepavali day, 1950 and was a hit. For his memorable portrayal of Inspector Javert in this film, N Seetharaman came to be called as "Javert" Seetharaman. It was produced by S. M. Sriramulu Naidu of Pakshiraja Studios.
She acted mostly in Tamil films. "Ezhai Padum Padu" released in 1950 was her first film in Tamil. Her association with Sivaji Ganesan started with "Panam" in 1952. Some of her noted Tamil films include "Thanga Padhumai", "Anbu", "Kaattu Roja", "Thillana Mohanambal", "Vietnam Veedu", "Edhir Paradhathu", "Mangayar Thilakam" and Poove Poochudava. Some of her popular Malayalam films include "Prasanna", "Snehaseema", "Vivaahitha", "Adhyaapika", "Kumara Sambhavam", "Nokkethadhoorathu Kannum Nattu", "Vasthuhara" and "Dolar".
N Seetharaman was a lawyer from Trichy. He joined Gemini Studios to pursue a career in films. Besides acting, he also wrote the script and dialogues for a number of Tamil and Hindi Films. He came to be called as "Jawar" or "Javert" due to his memorable portrayal of Javert in the 1950 Tamil film, "Ezhai Padum Padu" based on Les Misérables by Victor Hugo.
Mitradas' best known films are "Baalyasakhi", "Avakasi" and "Pizhaikkum Vazhi". "Avakasi" was a turning point in the career of Prem Nazir. "Duppathage Duka" (1956) is the remake of the Tamil hit "Ezhai Padum Padu" and was a huge hit in Sinhalese. With the outbreak of the World War II, he felt the necessity to serve the nation. He joined the army and was posted in Singapore and Chittagong during 1942-1945.At the end of the war, he restarted his film career and directed a few films.