Synonyms for kathreena or Related words with kathreena
Examples of "kathreena"
is an odd-woman out in her untouchable caste (Pulaya) and the film depicts the atrocities she had to endure due to her skin colour.
is a 1968 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. Sasikumar and produced by P Balthasar based on the famous novel of the same name written by Muttathu Varkey. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sathyan, Sheela and Jayabharathi in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Kochukunju (Prithviraj) is the spoiled son of the Vadakkan Veettil family in Kannur. He is the son of
(Ambika), who believes that his father David (Saikumar) has died (his life was actually spared by the killer sent by his brothers to kill him). Kochukunju is hated by everyone in his family, because they want to divide the Vadakkan Veetil property and engage in some business and he is a barrier for them.
Muttathu Varkey emerged as one of the popular writers of Malayalam fiction. He along with Kanam EJ was prominent in popularizing a genre of sentiment-filled pulp fiction known as "painkili novel" in Malayalam literature. He was a prolific writer and has penned a total of 132 books, including 65 novels. The rest of his works include collections of short stories, plays, and poetry. Many of his novels were adapted into Malayalam films, including the Prem Nazir starrer "Padatha Painkili" (1957), "Inapravukal" (1965), "Velutha
" (1968), and "Mayiladum Kunnu" (1972) and the Sathyan starrer "Karakanakadal" (1971) and "Akkarapacha" (1972).
Sheela was introduced to theatre at the age of 13 by Tamil actor S. S. Rajendran. While being a theater artist, she acted in many dramas. She was introduced into the film industry at the age of 17 by director T. R. Ramanna in the Tamil film "Paasam" (1962). M. G. Ramachandran, the hero of the film, added suffixed "Devi" to her name, thus renamed her "Sheela Devi". She would continue to act in Tamil films with the name. Later she reverted her name to "Sheela", her original name. The same year she made her Malayalam debut through "Bhagyajathakam". The next two decades saw her act in more than 475 films totally in various languages such as Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Hindi, and Urdu. Her popular films are "Chemmeen", "Kallichellamma", "Velutha
", and "Vazhve Mayam". In "Kannapanunni", she plays the role of a powerful yet humane princess forced to marry a poor woodcutter. In "Kadathanattu Makkam", she plays the role of a princess who is cheated by her sisters-in-law and false allegations of being in love with a boatman are leveled against her. She and the boatman are both charged with the death sentence.
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