Synonyms for kalloori or Related words with kalloori

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Examples of "kalloori"
Akhil is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil language films. He made his debut in the 2007 film, "Kalloori", directed by Balaji Sakthivel.
Kalloori Vaasal () is a 1996 Tamil college film directed by Pavithran The film featured Ajith Kumar and Prashanth in the lead roles with Pooja Bhatt, Devayani and Manivannan in other supporting roles.
The Tamil language film "Kalloori" was released in December 2007, just days before the Madras High court upheld the judgment of Salem court. The movie is about college life, and climaxed with a bus burning incident. Following public and media demands, the ending was changed.
Her first release of 2007 was Shakti Chidambaram's "Viyabari" in which she played the role of a journalist who wants to write an article about a successful entrepreneur played by S. J. Suryah. The film opened to negative reviews and flopped at the box office, but Tamannaah received praise for her performance. She got her breakthrough with Sekhar Kammula's "Happy Days" and Balaji Sakthivel's "Kalloori", both of which featured Tamannaah as a college student. She won critical acclaim for her performances in both films. The commercial success of "Happy Days" and "Kalloori" established her career as an actress in both Telugu and Tamil films. Her performance in the latter earned her a nomination at the 56th Filmfare Awards South in the Best Tamil Actress category.
Kalloori (English: "College") is a Tamil language coming-of-age film film by director Balaji Shakthivel. The movie was produced by S. Shankar's banner S Pictures and the story was based on the college campus featuring Tamannaah and debutant, Akhil. Audio was released under Shankar's own audio company S Musics; music was scored by Joshua Sridhar and lyrics were written by Na. Muthukumar. The film was dubbed in Telugu language as "Kalasala". The film received positive reviews and became a commercial success.
Chezhiyan is an Indian cinematographer who works primarily in the Tamil film industry. After completing his Civil Engineering degree, he started his career as an apprentice to P. C. Sreeram before establishing himself as a cinematographer. He was born in South Tamil Nadu at Sivaganga. Making his cinematic debut as a full-fledged cinematographer through "Kalloori", Chezhiyan's camera-work in Bala's "Paradesi" (2013) won the "Best cinematography" award at the 2013 BFI London Film Festival Awards.
Filming was supposed to commence in early March 2010, but eventually started in August 2010, with shootings held in and around Dharmapuri. Cinematographer Vijay Milton used a Canon EOS 7D digital camera for the filming. Noted guitarist R. Prasanna, who Sakthivel was supposed to work with in his previous venture "Kalloori", was chosen to compose the film's soundtrack and background score, replacing his usual associate Joshua Sridhar. The composer was chosen only after the filming was completed.
Royal College (Sinhala: රාජකීය විද්‍යාලය "Rajakiya Vidyalaya") (Tamil: றோயல் கல்லூரி "Royal Kalloori") (also referred to as Royal College Colombo, Royal College, Colombo 7, Colombo Royal College, or simply as Royal) is a selective entry boys' school located in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Started as a private school by Rev Joseph Marsh in 1835, it was established as the Colombo Academy by Sir Robert Wilmot-Horton in January 1836, the first government-run secondary school for boys in the island.
Black Dalia is a 2009 Malayalam film, the first directed by the popular Malayalam villain and character actor Baburaj (husband of actress Vani Viswanath). The film stars Suresh Gopi, Baburaj and Vani Viswanath.Punjabi actress Cherrie Minhas, Sri Lankan actress Tami Dushyantha, Tamil-Telugu actress Suja Naidu, Malayalee actresses Teena Ponnamma, Ruksha, Jisna Ali, Althara, Kavitha Nair, Pavithra and Thegika from Hyderabad played the ten heroines . This film was dubbed in Telugu as "Anthima Theerpu" (Final Judgement) Hindi as "Lady Singham" and in Tamil as "Magalir Kalloori".
A constable talks to the new subinspector Arjun (Vijay Yesudas) about Maari, a local rowdy, who rose to fame after killing a rival rowdy. Maari(Dhanush) is an irritating guy, who along with his henchmen Sanikilamai (Robo Shankar) and Adithangi (Kalloori Vinoth), constantly pesters the people in the area and extorts money from them. His main line of work is in training racing pigeons. His boss is Velu, a bigger don who also is involved in the pigeon races as well as the smuggling of sandalwood.
She first appeared in a supporting role in the 2004 Malayalam movie "Vismayathumbathu", in a single scene as Nayanthara's friend, directed by Fazil. She then appeared in 2005 film "Mayookham" directed by T. Hariharan, following which she took a break from acting and concentrated on her studies. She was then cast by director Siddique in a supporting role for his Tamil film "Sadhu Miranda", after he saw Mithra on a cover of an issue of the magazine Grihalakshmi. Afterwards, she starred in another Tamil film, the low-budget venture "Suriyan Satta Kalloori", which was panned by critics.
In 2005, she made her acting debut in the age of 15 in the Bollywood film, "Chand Sa Roshan Chehra" and appeared in Abhijeet Sawant album song "Lafzon main" from the album Aapka Abhijeet which was also released in the year 2005, before working in Telugu cinema and Tamil cinema. In the same year, Tamannaah made her Telugu film debut in "Sri", and the next year she appeared in her first Tamil movie, "Kedi". In 2007, she starred in two college-life-based drama films, "Happy Days" in Telugu and "Kalloori" in Tamil.
She made her feature film debut with the film, E. V. V. Satyanarayana's "Kithakithalu" opposite Allari Naresh, released in 2006, went to become a very successful venture. The same year, she had appeared in two more Telugu films, namely Teja's "Oka V Chitram" as part of an ensemble cast, and "Aganthakudu". 2007 she starred in the Telugu action comedy "State Rowdy", a remake of the successful Tamil K. S. Ravikumar-directorial "Aethiree", with Madhu Shalini playing a Brahmin girl character, played by Kanika in the original. She made her Tamil film debut later that year with the low-budget feature "Pazhaniappa Kalloori",
The actor made his debut in Balaji Sakthivel's critically acclaimed film "Kalloori" (2007) alongside Tamannaah Bhatia. The film opened to positive reviews and Akhil subsequently won a nomination for the Vijay Award for Best Debut Actor category. He was next seen in "Vaalmiki" alongside Meera Nandan but the film opened to negative reviews, while "Nandhi" (2011) alongside Sanusha also released with little publicity. During the period, he was also seen in the music video of A. R. Rahman's "Semmozhiyaana Thamizh Mozhiyaam" directed by Gautham Menon, featuring with Samantha as a newly married couple.
In 1995, after making a guest appearance in the Vijay starrer "Rajavin Parvaiyile", Ajith appeared in his first major success "Aasai". The film, directed by Vasanth and produced by Mani Ratnam, featured him in the lead role opposite Suvalakshmi, whose brother-in-law infatuates about her. The film became a big success and established Ajith as an upcoming actor in the Tamil film industry. He later played the lead in "Kalloori Vaasal" co-starring Prashanth and Pooja Bhatt. Ajith's second successful film came in the form of National Award winning "Kadhal Kottai", in which Ajith reunited with Agathiyan, the director of the earlier project "Vaanmathi," the film which told the tale of two people falling in unconditional love without seeing each other until the climax. The film paired him opposite Devayani, with Heera Rajgopal playing a supporting role. Heera, Ajith's then girlfriend, played a major role in shaping Ajith's career.
Kana Kaanum Kaalangal was a Tamil drama soap opera on weekdays on STAR Vijay. It is first Serial in Indian and Tamil Television to focus solely on adolescence and school life and became a trend setter and topped the TRP for Tamil serials. A sequel to the serial called "Kana Kaanum Kaalangal Kallooriyin Kadhai" has been made. Later another sequel to the serial called "Kana Kaanum Kalangal Kalloori Saalai" was made. STAR Vijay conducted a talent search and students between 14 and 22 years were shortlisted and selected for the serial except Hemalatha and Ligeswaran who had prior acting experience all others were students who were acting for the first time with an emphasis to make as natural as possible with real life emphasis with actors using there natural language, slangs and make it very close to real school life. It is also being re-aired on STAR Vijay Super since 16 January 2017, Monday through Friday at 8:00pm.
Tamannaah is an Indian actress known for her work in Telugu and Tamil films. Her first lead role came in 2005 at the age of 15 with "Chand Sa Roshan Chehra" in Hindi. The same year she made her Telugu film debut with "Sri", and the following year she made her Tamil debut with "Kedi". None of these films were profitable ventures. In 2007, Tamannaah achieved her first success in Telugu and Tamil cinema with "Happy Days" and "Kalloori" respectively. Her portrayal of a college student in both films received critical acclaim. Tamannaah's performances in "Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam" and "Kanden Kadhalai" (both released in 2009) earned her nominations in the Best Actress – Telugu and Best Actress – Tamil categories at the 57th Filmfare Awards South ceremony. A series of commercially successful films helped her establish a career in Tamil cinema.
He then made the college love story "Kalloori Vaasal" (1996) featuring Ajith Kumar, Prashanth and Pooja Bhatt, though the film opened to a negative response from critics and at the box office. During the making of the film, the director clashed with actor Prashanth and his father, with the pair claiming that Pavithran had changed the characterisation of Prashanth's role in the film since the first narration. In 1996, he also produced the Vijay-starrer "Selva" directed by A. Venkatesh, but the film's failure cost Pavithran 1.5 crore rupees. This also affected the making of his next venture titled "Mookkuththi Kaasi", which started with Sarathkumar, but was later filmed with Bhaskar Raj in the lead instead. The film subsequently failed to develop and did not release. His final film before an extended sabbatical was the Vignesh-starrer "Kadhal Palli". In 2000, he announced a project titled "Pugazh" again with Sarathkumar and Poonam Singar, but the project failed to proceed after initial schedules. He re-began work on the film in March 2004 with actor Jai and Sherin also brought in alongside Sarathkumar, but the film still failed to be completed.
While pursuing a degree in Visual Communications, Sri appeared in the television serial "Kana Kaanum Kaalangal" on STAR Vijay and auditioned for the lead role in "Kalloori" (2007), without success. Sri subsequently made his feature film debut in Balaji Sakthivel's drama thriller "Vazhakku Enn 18/9" (2012) featuring newcomers, and it went on to open to unanimously positive reviews. To prepare for the role, he went to roadside eateries in Ramapuram and familiarised himself in the lifestyle of settlers. It subsequently went on to win the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil, as well as Best Film at both the Vijay Awards and the Filmfare Awards, while a reviewer from The Hindu praised his performance, adding "he has large eyes that reveal the right amount of innocence." The success of the film saw him gain further offers, but was reluctant to only opt for promising scripts and turned down an opportunity to work on Nalan Kumarasamy's "Soodhu Kavvum" (2013) during the period. His second film, Mysskin's "Onaayum Aattukkuttiyum" (2013) also fetched critical acclaim, with a critic from Sify.com noting Sri delivers "a riveting performance and is an actor of substance in the making."
K. V. Anand announced the film with both Surya Sivakumar and Tamanna Bhatia to play the lead roles in the film. Surya was initially expected to play the lead role in Anand's earlier film, but was not able to do so. Anand expressed his thoughts during the film's inauguration that "Surya was apt for the title role" since the film's title meant "sun rays" and the name "Surya" refers to the sun. "Ayan" would also make Surya's second film with AVM Productions, after their previous partnership in "Perazhagan". Furthermore, Surya had worked with Anand since Surya's debut in the 1997 film "Nerukku Ner" for which Anand was the film's photographer. Surya's physique was key for his character, as he would be acting as a powerful and active youngster. During the film's launch, he announced that he would give the film his best, understanding the nature of the producers, who previously presented the big-budget film "Sivaji". Tamanna, after starring in the Tamil films "Kalloori" (for which she was nominated for a Filmfare Award) and "Padikathavan", was cast in "Ayan". Prabhu Ganesan was consecutively cast in "Ayan" in a pivotal role, as per his previous films, in which he played important supporting characters. It was later announced that Anand would introduce a new actor to Tamil cinema in the film, who will be playing a negative role, which was later known to be Akashdeep Saighal, who predominantly works in Bollywood films.