Synonyms for kaalamellam or Related words with kaalamellam

ninne              thaai              njaan              kalyaanam              thedi              kaattu              meendum              geetham              raasa              neeye              mounam              kaaval              kunguma              ithu              paravaigal              hrudaya              kizhakku              vendum              vandha              iniyum              mattum              vizhigal              samsaram              dongalu              ponnu              swantham              swapnam              kavithai              unnai              mazhai              vaazhga              oomai              ennai              yedho              koottam              theerpu              mookkuthi              pookal              sorgam              velai              bandham              savaal              raavukal              iddaru              konjum              neeyum              ulagam              naanu              pudhu              sonnal             

Examples of "kaalamellam"
The film had a low key release compared to the team's previous venture "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" (1997) and received average reviews from critics.
R. Balu is an Indian film director and screenwriter who has worked on Tamil films. He made his debut with the 1997 romantic drama film, "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" starring Murali and Kausalya.
Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga is a 1997 Tamil language film directed by R. Balu and produced by Sivasakthi Pandian. The film featured Murali alongside Kausalya, in her debut role, while Gemini Ganesan and Manivannan play supporting roles. This film completed 200 days at the box offices.
Kaalamellam Kaathiruppen ( ; ) is 1997 Tamil film directed by R. Sundarrajan. The film stars Vijay and Dimple in the lead roles, while R. Sundarrajan, Jaishankar, Srividya, Manivannan and Delhi Ganesh play other pivotal roles. The music for the film was composed by Deva and the film released on 14 January 1997.
Unnudan (English: 'With you') is a 1998 Tamil language film directed by R. Balu and produced by Aroma Mani. The film featured Murali alongside Kausalya, while Vivek and Manivannan play supporting roles. The project saw the director and cast come together after the success of their previous film "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" (1997). The film, which had music composed by Deva, opened in October 1998.
Kausalya was pursuing a modelling career, before she debuted in the 1996 Malayalam film "April 19" by Balachandra Menon. The following year, she appeared in her first Tamil film "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" and went on to star in several successful films in Tamil and Malayalam.
Vasanth signed on Kausalya after seeing and being impressed with her picture at a jewellery shop and was unaware that she had already made her debut in the film "Kaalamellam Kaadhal Vaazhga". The film also was the first Tamil project signed by Simran, though "Once More" and "VIP" released earlier.
Vatsala Rajagopal (born 1933) is a [[Tamil language]film and television actress. She started her acting career as a stage artist in 1979 and has acted in 451 plays in 25 years. She has acted in many Goan television serials from the days when they were produced in 1990s. She has also acted in Tamil films including [[Roja (film)|"Roja"]], "[[Sathi Leelavathi (1995 film)|Sathi Leelavathi]]", [[Rhythm (2000 film)|"Rhythm"]] and "[[Kaalamellam Kadhal
After the success of "Kadhal Kottai" (1996) and "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" (1997), 'Sivashakthi' Pandian announced he was set to make another love story "Kaadhale Nimmadhi", written and directed by newcomer Rajan, who gave himself the stagename of Indiran. Prashanth had initially been signed on to portray the lead role, though opted out post the success of "Jeans" (1998), and was replaced by Suriya. The débutante lead actress, Jeevitha Sharma, a fifteen-year-old at the time, was noticed by producer 'Sivashakthi' Pandian in his search for a new heroine for the film. The producer also opened a contest in "Kumudam" magazine to rename Jeevitha and give her a stage name to suit Tamil tastes and traditions. She was later christened as Kavitha by the producer before the film's release.
Vijay's next film was the Vikraman directed "Poove Unakkaga" which was his first commercial success and made him a recognizable star. Vijay's tenth film "Vasantha Vasal" was followed by the action movies "Maanbumigu Maanavan" and "Selva" and the romantic film "Kaalamellam Kaathiruppen". In 1997 Vijay acted in "Love Today" and "Once More", where he co-starred with the Tamil film actor Sivaji Ganesan and actress Simran, and in the Mani Ratnam produced movie "Nerukku Ner", directed by Vasanth. "Kadhalukku Mariyadhai", directed by Fazil, earned Vijay a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor. In 1998, Vijay worked in the movies "Ninaithen Vandhai" and "Priyamudan" and Nilaave Vaa. In 1999 Vijay acted in "Thulladha Manamum Thullum" with Simran, which earned Vijay a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film. This was followed by "Endrendrum Kadhal", "Nenjinile" and the K.S.Ravikumar directed "Minsara Kanna".
Later in his career, he switched to little different character roles. Notable among these was the Telugu film "Rudraveena" (remade in Tamil as "Unnal Mudiyum Thambi"), considered one of his best films in Telugu. Another notable film was "Avvai Shanmughi" (1996), in which he characteristically played the role of an old man longing for an old maid, portrayed by Kamal Haasan. Towards the end of his acting career he kept himself busy with elegant roles in television serials, one notable serial was "Krishnadasi". Ganesan also appeared in "Mettukudi" (1996), "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" (1997), "Thodarum" (1998), and his last major role came the same year with "Naam Iruvar Namakku Iruvar", followed by a special appearance in "Gemini" (2002).
Following the release of director Agathiyan's "Kadhal Kottai" (1996), aspiring director Balu claimed that Agathiyan had stolen the story of the film from his half-complete venture "Un Ninaivaaga". To appease Balu, producer Sivasakthi Pandian offered him the chance to make a film for his production studio. Balu subsequently made his directorial debut with the romantic film "Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga" (1997), featuring Murali and newcomer Kausalya in the leading roles and won critical acclaim for his first venture. A reviewer from stated that "overall, if it is a long time since you saw a movie with good comedy, above average music and crystal clear photography, here is one for you." Balu immediately signed up to work on a film titled "Semma" and then another titled "Kadhal Prathanai" with Vignesh and Shalini in the lead roles, but neither film developed beyond pre-production. The success of his first film prompted the makers, actors and director to team up again the following year for a venture titled "Unnudan" (1998). However, the film had a low key release compared to the team's previous venture and received average reviews from critics. In 1998, he also began scripting a Hindi film titled "New Year" for producer Ramanathan, though the venture did not materialise after the production team could not bring in then-debutant Abhishek Bachchan, Kajol or Manisha Koirala.