Synonyms for inikkum or Related words with inikkum
Examples of "inikkum"
refers to two individual Tamil language films:
Andamaina Anubhavam is a 1979 Telugu film is directed by K. Balachander. It is a remake of "Ninaithale
" which also starred the same cast.
() is a Tamil talk show, which aired on Vendhar TV from 30 August 2014 to 5 April 2015 on every Sunday at 12:00PM IST for 22 episode. The Show
Abaswaram Ramji conducted a stage show called "Ninaithale
" in 2006. A stage play called "Sambo Siva sambo" named after the film's song was conducted by Theatre of Maham. M. S. Viswanathan composed the background music for the play.
The performance of actress Radhika (Raziya) was highly appreciated. "Classmates" has been remade in Tamil as Ninaithale
, with Prithviraj playing the lead again. Narain is replaced by Shakthi Vasu and Kavya is replaced by Priyamani.
Pratap Pothen was cast in the role of an eccentric director "with an unhealthy obsession for an actress." He also revealed that K. Balachander insisted him to dub his own voice for the film. S. Ve. Shekher who debuted in "Ninaithale
" (1979) and newcomer R. Dilip were cast in the role of Kamal Haasan's friends.
In the 1978 Telugu film "Sommokadidhi Sokkadidhi", Kamal played two parts. This was also his first collaboration with director Suresh Madhavan. He also appeared in the musical "Ninaithale
", a snake-horror film ("Neeya") and "Kalyanaraman". At the end of the 1970s he had a total of six regional Best Actor Filmfare Awards, including four consecutive Best Tamil Actor Awards.
Until 2008, Kaushik Menon used to sing in school youth festivals, stage shows and later he was encouraged by the veteran singer S. Janaki to go to Chennai and learn music seriously. After a formal training as vocalist, Kaushik started his professional career in playback singing with the Kollywood movie "Ninaithale
", in 2009.
Films like "Bharathi Kannamma" (1997), "Engeyum Eppodhum" (2011) were named after the film's songs. In 2009, another film called "Ninaithale
", starring Prithviraj Sukumaran, Sakthi Vasu and Priyamani was released. G. N. R. Kumaravelan who directed the film, stated that the title was "right for my film on students and the college scenario".
(English: Tastes on telling) is a 2009 Tamil film directed by G. Murailappas who earlier directed "Raasi" with Ajith and Rambha.The film stars Navdeep, Madhumitha and Mallika Kapoor in lead roles. The likes of Prakash Raj, Suja, Sara Alampara, Livingston, Santhanam and Ashish Vidyarthi play other supporting roles in this film, which was launched on 14 May 2008, released Summer 2009.
Anuja Iyer is an Indian actress and model who works in the Tamil film industry. She made her acting debut in the low budget horror flick "Sivi" (2007) and became noted for her performances in "Ninaithale
" (2009) and "Unnaipol Oruvan" (2009). Since April 2010, she has been working as a columnist for the popular entertainment website "Behindwoods".
In 2009, Kaushik won "Best Upcoming Male Singer" in "Mirchi Music Award South" for his song "Natkal Nagarndhu", from the movie "Ninaithale
". In 2013, Kaushik attempted singing the male cover version of "Nenjukulle" from A.R. Rahman’s movie "Kadal", (originally sung by Shakthisree Gopalan).
(English: "Sweet Memories") is a 1979 Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Kamal Hassan, Rajinikanth, Jayaprada, Geetha and Nakul. The story was written by Sujatha Rangarajan. The film was also simultaneously shot in Telugu as "Andamaina Anubhavam". A large part of the film was shot in Singapore.
(Sweet Memories) is a 2009 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by G. N. R. Kumaravelan. It stars Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shakthi Vasudevan, Priyamani, Karthik Kumar and Anuja Iyer in the lead roles while K. Bhagyaraj and Manobala play supporting roles. The score was composed by Vijay Antony.
Gerard Maubel De Remy, known as Remiyan (born July 20, 1969) is a noted art director and production designer of Indian film industry, most known for his work in Tamil films like Arinthum Ariyamalum (2005), Pattiyal (2006), Devan (2002), Alai (2003), Ninaithaley
(2009), Kannamoochi yenada (2007), Alibaba (2008) etc.
" was released on 4 September 2009 and was an average grosser but was later on declared a super-hit at the box office. The film was produced by Gemini Film Circuit and distributed by Sun Pictures. This movie is a remake of the 2006 Malayalam film "Classmates".In this movie Prithviraj done the same role.This title was taken from a 1979 Tamil film.
Kaushik Menon (also known as "Kaushik") is a vocalist and an Indian playback singer working in the south Indian film industry. He started his professional playback singing career in the year 2008, and since has been working as playback vocalist for multiple languages - including Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. He is known for his song, "Natkal Nagarndhu" – the song of friendship from the movie "Ninaithale
" that gave him a major breakthrough as a playback singer.
The soundtrack consisted of five song, three of them composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, while rapper Yogi B and Dhina composed each one track. The song "Engeyum Eppodhum" is a remix of the same-titled song from the 1979 film "Ninaithale
". Responding to allegations that the song "Minnalgall Koothadum" was a rip-off of Akon's Smack That, Prakash Kumar stated "I may have been inspired but I did not just copy that song".
In 2007, he returned in the lead role in "Thottal Poo Malarum" again directed by his father P. Vasu; however, the film was unsuccessful at the box-office. Since then he has featured in the romcom "Mahesh Saranya Matrum Palar", another unsuccessful film. Vasudevan appeared in a supporting role in "Ninaithale
" where his role was appreciated by critics, and the film managed to break even.
Upon release, the film became the highest-grossing Malayalam film, at that time. It is frequently referenced in Keralite popular culture. The film went on to win the Kerala State Film Awards for Best Popular Film (Prakash Damodaran and P. K. Muralidharan) and Best Story (James Albert). It was later remade into Tamil as Ninaithale
, and in Telugu & Marathi as Classmates and Classmates respectively.
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