Synonyms for kaaval or Related words with kaaval

iniyum              thedi              swapnam              kunguma              kaattu              geetham              ithu              iddaru              njaan              kizhakku              mazha              nooru              thaai              vandha              pennum              paravaigal              gaanam              vayasu              mounam              kudumba              poovum              chuvanna              marupakkam              kapuram              vendum              raasa              meendum              njan              ponnu              velai              idhaya              kalyaanam              ninne              vizhigal              kutumbam              pondatti              mattum              ninakku              kannukal              yudham              kondu              rahasyam              mookkuthi              thalaivan              kavithai              kaalamellam              dongalu              samsaram              ninnu              arputha             

Examples of "kaaval"
Kaaval Geetham is a 1992 film starring Vikram and Sithara in the lead roles. The music was by Ilayaraja and directed by S. P. Muthuraman.
Lord Pavadairayan is one of the regional Tamil male deities. He is very popular within the villages. He is one of the Kaaval Dheivams Of Tamil Nadu, India. He is special among other Kaaval Dheivams, in that he is the son of Goddess Angala Parameswari. In most of the temples, he is sitting on the right lap of Goddess Angala Parameswari. He is also said to be the guard for Goddess Angala Parameswari.
The songs were well received, and contributed to the success of the film. Two songs - "Unakkum Matttum Unakkum""," sung by P. Suseela, and "Udalukku Uyir Kaaval", sung by P. B. Srinivas - became hits.
She has co-produced two upcoming films, "Sivappu" along with Muktha Entertainment, a film revolving around Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu. and "Kaaval", in which she has also played the female lead.
In 2010, his historical novel 'Kaaval Kottam' received the Fiction Award from The Tamil Literary Garden, Canada. The next year, it got him the prestigious Sahitya Academy Award on the following year.
The film received mixed reviews from critics. "Times of India" rated the film 2 out of 5 and stated that "The problem with "Kaaval" is that it offers nothing new in terms of story and presentation. Almost every development feels been there done that". Gauthaman Baskaran of "Hindustan Times" rated it 1.5 out of 5 and wrote "In the end, the work turns out to be yet another addition to the list of very average movies". "Behindwoods" wrote "To sum up "Kaaval", the cops vs contract killers theme is interesting and it has some good moments when Samuthirakani is in charge. But overall, the film doesn't create the desired impact". Sify wrote, ""Kaaval" is a pucca mass masala entertainer with action, comedy, romance, sentiments and other elements associated with big-hero films. But it manages to entertain only at few places and most of the time; the cliched execution dilutes the intensity".
Kaaval Nilayam (English: Police Station) is a 1991 Tamil crime film directed by Senthilnathan. The film features Sarath Kumar and Anandaraj in lead roles. The film, produced by F. C. Vijayakumar, had musical score by Sankar Ganesh and was released on 11 May 1991.
Padmarajan's stories deal with deceit, murder, romance, mystery, passion, jealousy, libertinism, anarchism, individualism, and the life of peripheral elements of society. Some of them are considered as among the best in Malayalam literature, his first novel "Nakshathrangale Kaaval" ("With only the stars as witness") won the Kerala Sahithya Academy award (1972).
Maanagara Kaaval is a 1991 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by M. Thiyagarajan. It is loosely based on Mammootty starrer 1 August. Vijayakanth as a super cop to protect the life of Indian Prime Minister (Lakshmi). The movie has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. It was dubbed in Telegu as "City Police".
Nakshathrangale Kaaval is a 1978 Indian Malayalam film adaptation of the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award-winning novel of the same name by P. Padmarajan. It is directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan and produced by Hari Pothan and stars Jayabharathi, MG Soman, Sukumari and Adoor Bhasi in the lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Kaaval Dheivam (Tamil: காவல் தெய்வம்) is a 1969 Indian Tamil film, directed by K. Vijayan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Sowcar Janaki, Lakshmi and Nagesh in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan. The film didn't do well at box-office.
Kaaval is a 2015 Indian Tamil action crime film written and directed by Nagendran R based on a true story. It stars Vimal, Samuthirakani and 'Punnagai Poo' Gheetha, who is also the co-producer. The film, which was initially titled "Nee Yellam Nalla Varuvada", was started in 2013 and released on 26 June 2015.
Usually in the system of Kaval Dheivam, the deities will be outside the sannadhi of the main god. But Lord Pavadairayan is the only Kaaval Dheivam or Parivara Moorthy who has been given a status to sit in the lap of Goddess Angala Parameswari. This is something very special about Lord Pavadairayan.
However "Indiaglitz" praised the film stating "The film apart from its shortcomings deserves praise for its content and chilling presentation backed by deep analysis". The New Indian Express wrote, "Fairly engaging in its story telling style, "Kaaval" seems to be a debutant director’s tribute to the police force", calling it a "gripping tale about crime and retribution" and further wrote, .
So when JK learned that Vijayan was finally getting a well-deserved break as director through Subbiah, he agreed readily to give them any of his stories for filming. When Subbiah enquired from JK as to the payment JK expected, JK said that he would be happy even if Subbiah would pay him 5 paise. Subbiah replied since JK had mentioned the number 5, he would pay JK Rs.5,000. JK acquiesced with a smile. The story that Subbiah and Vijayan selected was ‘kai vilangu’, a novel that JK had written in Kalki in 1961. JK agreed to give Subbiah the rights to the story, with the disclaimer that he would not involve himself in writing the screenplay or dialogues. JK himself changed the title to ‘kaaval deivam’. A befitting title, considering the remarkable characterization of Superintendent Raghavan. This, juxtaposed with the Aiyanaar statue, considered to be the guarding deity in the village, which plays a silently evocative role in the story, must have inspired JK to come out with the apposite title of ‘kaaval deivam’. Subbiah enjoyed the goodwill of all in the film fraternity, and many of them came forward to appear in guest appearances in his ‘kaaval deivam’.
Aravaan (English: "Snake") is a 2012 Indian Tamil epic historical fiction film directed by Vasanthabalan, based on Su. Venkatesan's novel "Kaaval Kottam". It stars Aadhi, Dhansika, Archana Kavi and Pasupathy, with Kabir Bedi playing a prominent role, and Bharath appearing in a cameo role. The film marks noted playback singer Karthik's debut as a music director. "Aravaan" released on 2 March 2012 to mixed reviews and was a box office bomb. The film was dubbed in Hindi as "Jungle The Battleground".
Nakshathrangale Kaaval (English: "The Stars Alone Guard Me") is a Malayalam language novel written by P. Padmarajan and published in 1971. The story revolves around the life of a girl as she matures into a woman. It won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Novel. A film adaptation of the novel was released in 1978 with Jayabharathi and Soman playing the lead characters. It was directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan and scripted by Padmarajan.
On playing the hero roles, Anand Raj mentioned, "When one gets popular being a villain, people around you always push you to take the next step and it was one of those phases when I took up offers to play the lead role". He went on to play lead roles in films, "David Uncle", "Thampi Oorukku Puthusu", "Kaaval Nilayam", "Palaivana Paravaigal", "Katharavan", "En Rajangam", "Kizhakku Veluthathchu", "Government Mappillai", "Pokkiri Thampi", "Puthiya Aatchi" and "My India". Eventhough directors offered him good scripts, the films just didn't work well at the box office.
As per the 2001 census, Kalyanaodai had a total population of 500 with 228 males and 272 females. The sex ratio was 1193. The literacy rate was 81.8. The village fully with a major caste Kallar. This village has one government school from class first to fifth standard. People here are very spiritually oriented , there are few temples for god Vinayaga, Shiva and goddess named Maariyamman and Om Shakthi Devi and also a famous temple in this village is Swami Aathiyappan Temple , it is also called as ( kaaval deivam ) in tamil meaning " god of soldier " for this village and its people.
Vendhar Movies was later confirmed to bankroll the film whose production was scheduled to begin after the release of Vishal's "Aambala" (2015). Talking about the film's concept, Suseenthiran said that "if someone offends a normal guy, he would definitely retaliate then think about a police officer, who gets affected and offended" forms the major crux of the film. In March 2015, lyricist Vairamuthu confirmed "Kaaval Kottam" as the film's title and Madurai was chosen as the film's backdrop. Shortly, the film's title was rechristened as "Paayum Puli" after the 1983 Tamil film of the same name.