Synonyms for kadavulada or Related words with kadavulada
Examples of "kadavulada"
" was made available for viewing on Amazon Prime Video when it was launched in India in December 2016.
Madras Bashai is used in many Tamil movies after the 1950s. Actors such, Manorama, J. P. Chandrababu, Loose Mohan, Thengai Srinivasan, Janagaraj, Cho Ramaswamy, Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, Dhanush are known for using it. Representative films are "Maharasan", "Michael Madana Kama Rajan", "Thirumalai", "Vasool Raja MBBS", "Pammal K. Sambandam", "Chennai 600028", "Attakathi", "Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara", "Ai", "Madras", "Kasethan
" and "Anegan".
is a 2011 comedy film written and directed by Thirumalai, starring Sharan, Kamna Jethmalani, Karunas, Pandiarajan, Divya Padmini, Sathyan, Manobala, Delhi Ganesh, Paravai Muniyamma, and Singamuthu playing the main characters. The film, directed by Thirumalai, has music scored by comedian and singer Karunas. It is a remake of Telugu film "Blade Babji". The film got negative reviews, it had a poor opening and was a flop.
Randor Guy of "The Hindu" stated that the film was remembered for "the excellent comedy sequences, humorous dialogue, fine direction of Chitralaya Gopu and excellent performances". "Behindwoods" included the film in their list "Top Ten comedy movies" and noted that the film "employs almost all known staples of comedy movies and throws them together to generate a hilarious film". Thirumalai titled his 2011 comedy film as "Kasethan
" which had no similarity with this film.
() is a 1972 Tamil language comedy film directed by Chitralaya Gopu who made his directorial debut. The film stars Muthuraman, Thengai Srinivasan, Srikanth and Lakshmi in the lead roles and Manorama and Venniradai Moorthy in supporting roles. The film was a low-budgeted film of the time and is perhaps best known for Thengai Srinivasan dressing up as a fake saint, making a lot of situational comedies along with it.
" was based on the stage play of same name. AV Meiyappan who saw the play decided to adapt it into a feature film and insisted Gopu to direct the film thus made his directorial debut. Thengai Srinivasan was selected to appear in the character of Madras Tamil speaking tea seller masquerading as a saint. Gopu recalled that producers put up a huge cut-out for Srinivasan in the saint get-up. Srinivasan who was pleased did not want the lead actor Muthuraman to misunderstand so he and Gopu went to Muthuraman and explained that it was the role that became popular and even apologised to Muthuraman who smiled it away.
Later in 1965, Sreekanth acted in "Naanal" directed by K. Balachandar.He received his first negative role in the film "Selva Magal" in 1967. The image of romantic hero which he acquired in his debut film, was rarely used by him in only few films in his career. Aiming for versatility, he accepted supporting roles in various films. He was in directorial ventures of K. Balachandar like Bama Vijayam, Poova Thalaya, Ethir Neechal, Navagraham, Noortuku Noor. He played the role of mental patient in Raja Veetu Pillai cast opposite Pushpalata. He played the hen-pecked husband who is son of the character played by Shivaji Ganesan in the film Vietnam Veedu. After success of the film Selva Magal in 1967, Sreekanth started approaching him for even villain roles and some of his film with him in villainous roles since 1968 include "Thanga Gopuram", Gnana Oli, Gomatha Engal Kulamatha, Vairam (1974 film), Vasantha Maligai, Anbu Thangai, Vani Rani. Despite the success in films, he and Sowcar Janaki were part of drama troupes giving live performances in the evening or on weekends. He was part of many comedy films throughout his career like Ethir Neechal, Bama Vijayam, Yaarukku Mappilai Yaro, Kasethan
, Kasi Yathirai, Kai Naraya Kaasu, Athaiya Mamiya, Ilaya Thalaimurai. He played the false son of P.Bhanumathi in the film Edupa Kai Pillai in 1975.
Srinivasan mostly enacted the role of a comedian or a sidekick. Notable roles in his subsequent career include that of a fake Swami and that of an idealistic industrialist in the cult comedy films "Kasethan
" and "Thillu Mullu", respectively. Behindwoods cited that the former was "probably Thengai Sreenivasan's best role" and the latter "would come a close second". In 2013, "Forbes India" included his performance in "Thillu Mullu", along with that of Rajinikanth in the same film, in its list of the "25 Greatest Acting Performances of Indian Cinema". Srinivasan also played antagonistic roles; one of which was that of a blackmailing photographer in S. P. Muthuraman's "Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu", which was described as "brilliant" by "The Hindu". He played the lead in Vaali's play "Sri Krishna Vijayam", which was later made into a feature film named "Kaliyuga Kannan". The makers originally intended to cast Sivaji Ganesan in the role, but Ganesan, being impressed by Srinivasan's performance in the play, suggested that Srinivasan may be retained for the film version. "Kaliyuga Kannan" went on to become a high commercial success and is considered as one of Srinivasan's most notable films. Other films featuring Srinivasan in the lead role were "Nandri Karangal", "Sri Ramajayam", "Porter Ponnusami" and "Adukku Malli", which was a box office success. In 1987, Srinivasan produced the film "Krishnan Vandhaan" with Sivaji Ganesan in the lead. The film did not fare well and got him into deep financial trouble.
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