Synonyms for kaattu or Related words with kaattu
Examples of "kaattu"
(47th Annual Exhibition of the Birla Academy, Kolkata)
Puli" fetched negative reviews from the critics. The film due to its Adult rating had a poor opening at the box office and was a critical disaster.
Kallan is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Chandrakumar and produced by TK Balachandran. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sukumaran, Seema and Jagathy Sreekumar in lead roles. The film has a musical score by A. T. Ummer.
The film was shot in Hindi, with a few scenes reshot in Tamil and Telugu for alternate language versions. Notably, the Tamil version of the film, "
Puli", released first on 17 February 2012.
Each house of the village has a peculiar nickname like
Meeni Aayal Veedu or Suban Chettiar Veedu. Some notable streets are in the names of national leaders like Nethaji Street, Rajaji Street and Nehru Street.
The soundtrack, composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja was released on 22 September 2001 by Sa Re Ga Ma. It features 6 tracks, lyrics were penned by Pa. Vijay and Kalai Kumar. Though the songs didn't attract the masses overall, the song "Manja
Maina" was one of the most popular songs of 2001.
Wild boar (Tamil: "
panri") live all over the Palani Hills and in Manjampatti Valley, where one can frequently see holes in the ground where they have dug for edible roots. The valley has the large mountain squirrel (Tamil: "malai-anil") and the ash-colored squirrel (Tamil: "saambalnira anil").
The film is loosely inspired by the Charlie Chaplin starrer "City Lights". The same film was remade in Telugu in 1997 as "Pelli Pandiri", in Tamil in 1999 as "Nilave Mugam
" and in "Hindi" in 2006 as "Humko Tumse Pyar Hai".
The hit songs he rendered included `Thamarapoo Naanichu... ' (Taxi Car), `Neela Niseethini' (CID Naseer), `Raga Tharangam' (Palazhi Mathanam), `Priyamullavale' (Thekkan
), `Thaaraka Rupini... ' (Saasthram Jayichu Manushyan Thottu), `Kshetramethennariyatha Theerthayatra... ' (Poojakkedukkaatha Pookkal), `Udayasooryan Namme Urakkan... ' (Nrittasaala), `Chandrikaa Charchithamam Raatriyodo' (Putrakameshti), `Kanavu Neythoru Kalpitha Kathayile... ' (Manyashree Viswamitran).
Nathamuni was born in Veera Naarayanapuram (Veeranam) or present-day
Mannaar Koil. There is a long time gap between Thirumangai Alvar (the last alvar) and Nathamuni. In this dark period, nobody knew what happened to the 4,000 verses of the text.
() is a 1999 Indian Tamil film, directed by Kalanjiyam, starring Karthik, Ramki and Devayani in lead roles. The film, produced by S. Rajaram had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 30 April 1999 to negative reviews.
Director Rajmohan has directed a film titled "Vanavarayan Vallavarayan" (2014) named after the characters of the film starring Kreshna and Makapa Anand in lead roles. Dhanapal Padmanabhan who directed "Krishnaveni Panjaalai" (2012), rates "Ejaman" as the film that best captured the village flavour and beauty of Pollachi". One of the songs has inspired as a title for the film - "Nilave Mugam
Some of his writings are: Akale Akasham, Uzhavuchalukal, Ulkkadal, Illam, Kalthamara, Kamana, Ezhuthapurangal, Samathalangalkkappuram, Hridayathiloru Vaal, Parvathangalile
, Pranaya Thazhavarayile Devadaru, Yordan Ozhukunnathu Evidekku (Novels), Orchid, Kamana, The Sword in the Soul, The Wind in the Mountains, The Sea Within (Translations of his five novels), Ivar Enikku Arayirunnu? (Memoirs)etc.
In January 2015, Ragava and Vikram Prabhu announced that they would work on an action adventure film together, with Ilaiyaraaja signed on to compose the film's music. The film was reported to be titled as "Thanni
Raja", but was postponed after Vikram Prabhu prioritised other projects.
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", "
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".
Athidhi or Atithi () is a 2007 Telugu action thriller film starring Mahesh Babu and Amrita Rao, directed by Surender Reddy and produced by G. Ramesh Babu, brother of Mahesh Babu, under their banner Krishna Pictures Private Limited. It was released on 18 October 2007. It was dubbed into Tamil as "Thani
Raja", and into Hindi as "International Khiladi:The Iron Man". "Athidi" was released with 500 prints in 820 theaters all over the world. "Athidi" collected a share of in its lifetime.
Utsavam is a 1975 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi and produced by Ramachandran. Utsavam was the credited directorial debut of I.V.Sasi. Earlier he had directed Kavitha and
vithachavan in the name of actress Vijayanirmala while he was pursuing his dreams to become a film maker. Utsavam stars Srividya, Sankaradi, Raghavan and Sukumaran in lead roles. The film had musical score by A. T. Ummer.
Prabhu and Napoleon team together in 'Mitta Mirasu'. And playing the female leads are Roja and Mumtaz. Manivannan, Kovai Sarala,Vadivelu, Ravi Rahul, Satya Prakash, Sunder, Alex,Chaplin Balu, and new face Shakthi form the supporting cast. The film is produced by C.R.Karunanidhi, N.Rajendran and M.Kalanjiyam. Kalanjiyam, who earlier directed films like 'Poomani', 'Poonthottam', 'Kizhakkum Merkkum' and 'Nilave Mugham
', has written the story, screenplay and dialogues apart from directing the film.
Albino gaur or white bison are a type of gaur, occasionally seen in the Manjampatti Valley, a protected area at the eastern end of Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park in Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu, South India. They are occasionally called Manjampatti white bison ( "kaatteni", or "
erumai", meaning “forest buffalo”). These gaur are notable for their distinctive ash-grey color as opposed to the almost black color of most gaur. Since 1929, there have been at least 19 documented sightings of these rare animals, including the 2004 photographs of N. A. Naseer.
Veerapandi Gowmari Amman Temple, Kanneeswaramudaiyar Temple, Pottiamman Temple, Villendhiya Nallaiyan Temple,
Kaliamman Temple, Kamuthai Temple (Well Temple), Ayyanar Temple, Vaikaal Pillayar Koil, Gowmariamman Koil Veedu, Chellandiamman Temple,and petchi viruman temple(south), etc. Because of this Kamuthai Temple (Well Temple), many people of this town are known by the names Kamuthurai (males) and Kamuthai (females). Yearly Chithirai Gowmariamman festival is celebrated in this town. This famous festival is celebrated for 10 days (starting mostly from May 7). This is a famous festival and visited by devotees around the country.
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