Synonyms for kannukal or Related words with kannukal
Examples of "kannukal"
is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sasi Mohan and produced by Chaithanya Arts. The film had musical score by Jerry Amaldev.
is a 1979 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Gopikumar and produced by . The film stars Sukumari, Jayabharathi, Kottayam Santha and Raghavan in lead roles. The film had musical score by V. Dakshinamoorthy.
Nooravathu Naal is a psychological thriller cum murder-mystery loosely based on the English movie "Eyes of Laura Mars" (1978). It was dubbed into Telugu as "Nurava Roju" and remade in Malayalam as "Aayiram
" (1986) and in Hindi as "100 Days" (1991).
is a 1986 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joshiy and produced by Prem Prakash. The film stars Mammootty, Shobhana, Jose Prakash and Rajalakshmi in lead roles. The film had musical score by Raghu Kumar. The film was based on Tamil film "Nooravathu Naal".
is a 1983 Indian Malayalam film, directed by S Konnanatt and produced by K Manoharan and K Sreedharan. The film stars Vijayaraghavan, Bahadoor, K. P. Ummer and Sunanda in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. Raghavan.
Vijayaraghavan made his film debut with "Kaapaalika", which was based on his father's play of the same name. He appeared in just a couple of scenes in this film. His opening as a full-fledged actor occurred ten years later in "Surumayitta
" (1983). However, it was only after he appeared in the 1987 film "New Delhi" that Vijayaraghavan became a busy star in Malayalam film.
K.T. was born in Manjeri in Malappuram district as the eldest son of a policeman and had very little formal education. After schooling he worked as a clerk in the postal department. In 1952 he got the first prize in an all India short story contest for his story "
" (Eyes) which was later translated into many foreign languages. He was an active member of Brothers Music Club of Kozhikode which was the training ground of many famous artists. He worked as the editor of Chithrakarthika weekly for a brief period of time. He started "Sangamam Theatre" a professional drama troup which staged many of his famous plays both inside and outside the state. In 1971, he was nominated as the Chairman of Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy and in 1974 as Chairman of Kerala State Film Development Corporation. He married to actress Zeenath and that relation ended in divorce. They couple has a son Jithin.
Ratheesh started his career in the Malayalam film "Vezhambal" in 1977. But it was K. G. George who provided his big break through "Ullkadal" in 1979. He became a bankable star through I. V. Sasi's "Thusharam" in 1981. From 1981 to 1988 he was at the peak of his career, performing in films like "Oru Mukham Pala Mukham", "Ee Nadu", "Rajavinte Makan", "Muhoortham 11.30",Sankharsham, "Vazhiyorakazhchakal", "Aayiram
", "Abkari", "Unaru", "Ithraym Kaalam",Uyarangalil, "Thandram", "Akkachiyude Kunjuvava", "John Jaffer Janardhanan", "Innalenkil Nale" and "Ponthooval". After 1988 he reduced the number of films in which he acted, he quit altogether after 1990. After a period of four years he made a comeback as the antagonist through Shaji Kailas's "Commissioner". Throughout the 1990s, he did various villainous and character roles in films such as "Kashmeeram", "Nirnayam", "Yuvathurki", "19 April", and "Gangothri". In the 2000s, he was notable for his roles in "Ravanaprabhu" and "Danny".
The films "Veendum", "Nyayavidhi", "Aayiram
", "Sayamsandhya", "Ksamichu Ennoru Vaakku" followed. "January Oru Orma" with Mohanlal was released in 1987. In the same year, Joshi joined with Mammootty for "New Delhi". In the year 1988, Joshiy directed three films, all scripted by Dennis Joseph and Mammootty in the lead role. "Dhinarathrangal", "Sangham" and "Thanthram". In the year 1989, Joshiy once again teamed with Mohanlal for "Naduvazhikal". In the same year, Joshiy brought out a military film. "Nair Saab", completely shot in Kashmir, with Mammootty in the title role. "Mahayanam", his third film of the year won state award for best actor for Mammootty. "No.20 Madras Mail" was released in 1990 with Mohanlal in title role was followed by the investigation thriller "Ee Thanutha Veluppan Kalathu". "Kuttettan" was his third film of that year. Joshiy's next film was "Kauravar" in 1992, again with Mammootty in lead role. Joshiy in 1992, tried his hand in Tamil cinema, with "Airport". In the year 1993, "Dhruvam" got released, followed by "Sainyam" in 1994. His debut into Telugu cinema was in the year 1994 through "Angarakshugudu", starring Rajashekhar and Meena Durairaj in leading roles. In the year 1997 Joshiy brought out Bhoopathi. Joshi joined with Renji Panicker for "Lelam" and "Pathram" in 1999. In middle, Joshiy did "Vazhunnor". Joshiy's next two films were "Praja" and "Dubai" in 2001 which bombed at the box office. Joshiy took a break after these flops. In the year 2004, Joshi made a comeback with "Runway", this time Dileep in the leading role, it was the second highest grosser of the year (2004), was followed by "Maambazhakkaalam". "Naran" released in 2005 starring Mohanlal was followed by "Lion" in 2006. His next films included "Pothan Vava" (2006) and "July 4" (2007) followed by "Nasrani" (2007), next film, "Janmam" (2007). In 2008 he directed "" bringing together many stars. It was followed by "Robinhood" in 2009. "Christian Brothers" released in 2011, a multi-star film with Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi, Sarath Kumar and Dileep in leading roles. In 2012 he directed "Run Baby Run" with Mohanlal in lead. It was followed by "Lokpal" in 2013. "Salaam Kashmier" 2014 with jayaram in lead.
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