Synonyms for kaatru or Related words with kaatru

mounam              ithu              geetham              velai              ulagam              neeyum              pudhu              mazhai              kavithai              ninne              oomai              vayasu              vendum              kaattu              mudhal              kalyaanam              yedho              theerpu              koottam              meendum              ennai              kavalai              sattai              varai              swapnam              idhaya              adhu              thottu              vizhigal              thaai              mattum              neeku              ullam              iniyum              paravaigal              kunguma              manithan              naane              thalaivan              njaan              chesina              kizhakku              samsaram              raasa              veliyidai              vandha              mozhi              thedi              drohi              kanasu             

Examples of "kaatru"
Jugni - A R Rahman - Tamil Movie(Kaatru Veliyidai)
Ethir Kaatru is a 1990 Tamil thriller film directed by Muktha S. Sundar. The film features Karthik and Kanaka in lead roles. The film, produced by Muktha Srinivasan, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 7 December 1990. The film is based on the Malayalam film Artham, which is in turn based on a Tamil novel Ethir Kaatru written by Subha (writers).
The music of this movie is composed by Mohan Sithara and the lyrics by Bharathiyar ("Kaatru Veliyidai") and Kaithapram. Song Mixing done by Renjith Viswanathan.
Anal Kaatru is a 1983 Tamil Indian feature film directed by Komal Swaminathan and produced by Cine Friends. The film was adapted from Komal's own stage play "Swarga Bhoomi". It stars Rajesh and Vanitha Krishnachandran in the lead roles.
Soundtrack is composed by Vidyasagar. The song "Malai Kaatru" was reused from composer's own Malayalam song "Oru Raathri Koodi" which appeared in Malayalam film "Summer in Bethlehem". Lyrics written by Vairamuthu and Pa. Vijay.
Sandhana Kaatru is a 1990 Tamil crime film directed by Manivannan. The film features Vijayakanth and Gouthami in lead roles. The film, produced by Sengamalam Manivannan, had musical score by Sankar Ganesh and was released on 1 June 1990.
Karthi's next film, "Kaatru Veliyidai", is being directed and produced by Mani Ratnam. The film is scheduled to be released in March 2017. He has also signed on to appear in "Theeran Adhigaram Ondru", directed by H. Vinoth and produced by Dream Warrior Pictures.
Pranathi made her acting debut alongside Bharath in Jayaraj's successful Malayalam film "4 the People" (2004). In 2005, during the making of "Gurudeva" and "Kaatru Ullavarai" alongside actor Jai Akash, reports suggested that the pair were dating. Also during 2005, her most prolific year, she appeared in a Kannada film titled "Santosha" as well as in the Sathyaraj-starrer "Vanakkam Thalaiva".
Muktha S. Sundar is an Indian film director and cinematographer who has worked on Tamil language films. Being the son of film maker Muktha Srinivasan, he made his directorial debut with "Kodai Mazhai" (1986), before making the films, "Chinna Chinna Aasaigal" (1989) and "Ethir Kaatru" (1990).
In early 2016, Vinoth narrated a script to Karthi, who was very impressed and agreed to team up with Vinoth after his current commitments Kaashmora and Kaatru Veliyidai. The movie is titled as "Dheeran Adhigaram Ondru" and is to be produced by S.R. Prakashbabu and S.R. Prabhu of Dream Warrior Pictures.
Kaatru Veliyidai () is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language romantic thriller film produced, written and directed by Mani Ratnam. Featuring Karthi and Aditi Rao Hydari in the lead roles, the film has soundtrack and original score composed by A. R. Rahman and cinematography by Ravi Varman.
The film is an adaptation of the Tamil detective novel "Ethir Katru" by Subha. The story revolves around a loner and award-winning novelist Ben Narendran (Mammootty) who seeks revenge against the forces who murdered his dear friend Janardanan (Jayaram). Joining in Narendran's aid are journalist Manasa (Saranya) and Advocate P. S. Nenmara (Sreenivasan). It was also later adapted in Tamil cinema as "Ethir Kaatru" (1990).
Being the son of film director and producer Muktha Srinivasan, Sundar made his directorial debut under his father's production with "Kodai Mazhai" (1986). Sundar had completed a course in cinematography at the American Film Institute and worked as the cinematographer for films including his father's productions "Katha Nayagan" (1988), "Vaai Kozhuppu" (1989) and "Brahmachari" (1992). He subsequently also directed the films "Chinna Chinna Aasaigal" (1989), "Ethir Kaatru" (1990) and "Kangalin Vaarthaigal" (1998) with Vikram in the lead role.
Reihana (also known as Rayhanah) is a playback singer and film composer for films in India. However, she is more widely known as sister to A. R. Rahman and mother of G. V. Prakash Kumar. She collaborated with Rahman on a song for the score of the award winning "Kannathil Muthamittal "in 2002. The most recent song she has sung is Saarattu Vandiyila from ""Kaatru Veliyidai"". She also sang the most controversial song from the movie "Chocolate". She is the brand ambassador of Raindropss, a youth-based social organization.
Music composed by M. S. Viswanathan and lyrics written by Vaali. The Picture had melodious song and dance number "Kangalukenna Kaval illaiyo"(sung by L. R. Eswari and performed by Nagesh and Jayanthi) was brilliantly picturised. This song become hit while the other songs become popular. Another Popular song "Engeyo Paartha Mugam"(sung by P. B. Srinivas) 2. "Jilendra Kaatru Vanthatho" (sung by T. M. Soundararajan and P. Suseela) those two songs are duet performing the film by (Jaishankar and Bharathi). Another plus point was the music created by "melody maker" M. S. Viswanathan assisted by "R. Govarthanam".
Kaatru Veliyidai (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) () is the soundtrack album, composed by Academy Award winning composer A. R. Rahman, to the 2017 Indian Tamil romantic thriller film of the same name written and directed by Mani Ratnam starring Karthi and Aditi Rao Hydari. The soundtrack album consists of six tracks each in original Tamil and Telugu version of the album. Four of the tracks for the original version were penned by Vairamuthu, one by his son Madhan Karky and another by Shellee. The lyrics to the Telugu version were written by Sirivennela Sitaramasastri. The choreography for the songs are done by Brinda and cinematography for the film by Ravi Varman.
The soundtrack (songs and the background score) was scored by veteran composer Ilaiyaraaja. "Halke Se Bole" is based on the Tamil song "Putham Pudhu Kaalai" from his 1980 film "Alaigal Oivathillai". "Gumm Summ Gumm" is based on the Malayalam song "Thumbi Vaa" which Ilaiyaraaja had composed for the 1982 Malayalam film "Olangal". The song "Mere Paa" is based on his Tamil song "Kaatru Vizhi", from Balu Mahendra's film "Adhu Oru Kana Kaalam". The song has an eclectic mix of Irish and Tamil Folk music, both seamlessly fused to create a soothing melody that appears as a leitmotif, in the film's theme music.
According to Sri Lankan historian and author Sachi Sri Kantha, the song "Pudhiya Vaanam" had "delicately introduced" the symbol for the political party Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam through the lyrics, ""Udaya sooriyanin paarvaiyile – ulagam vizhithukonda velaiyile, imayathil irukkum kulir kaatru Ithayathai thodukirathu"" ("While rising sun shines, the world will become aware, the cool wind from Himalaya will touch the heart") in that pre-election year. Although the film is based on "Come September", "The Times of India" stated that it was "structured as a "Roman Holiday" with a man as the protagonist".
His film, romantic drama "O Kadhal Kanmani" starring Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen as the lead pair, was released in April 2015. The cinematography and editing of the film was handled by P.C. Sreeram and A. Sreekar Prasad respectively, while music was scored by A. R. Rahman. The film depicted the life of a young couple in a live-in relationship in Mumbai, and was said to be a "reflection of the modern mindset of urban India", dealing with issues such as marriage and traditional values. Made at a small budget of 6 crores, the film achieved widespread critical acclaim and commercial success. His next film is Kaatru Veliyidai, starring Karthi, Aditi Rao Hydari and RJ Balaji.
During the initial months of his return to Chennai, Krish participated in stage shows and cultural events as a singer and was recruited by composer Ganesh Kumar to sing a western song for an album. Ganesh subsequently passed over Krish's details to music composer Harris Jayaraj. Krish then made his playback singing debut in Tamil films by rendering the song "Manjal Veiyil" from "Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu" (2006), composed by Harris Jayaraj, alongside Hariharan. He consequently collaborated with the composer on several other critically acclaimed songs including "June Ponal July Kaatru" from "Unnale Unnale" (2007), "Sakiyae" from "Dhaam Dhoom", "Oru Mugamo" from "Bheema" and "Adiye Kolluthey" from "Vaaranam Aayiram" (2008). His work saw him garner multiple Filmfare Award nominations, as well secure a Vijay Award for Best Singer. He has also featured as a lyricist, penning two songs for the romantic comedy "Kandaen" (2011).