Synonyms for kavalai or Related words with kavalai

kavithai              koottam              neeye              vandha              vendum              meendum              neeyum              velai              ninne              mazhai              paravaigal              mounam              njaan              thaai              thottu              ulagam              pudhu              samsaram              mattum              ennai              murattu              thedi              raasa              kizhakku              kaattu              unakkaga              kaatru              varai              vayasu              thalaivan              manithan              geetham              marikkumo              kunguma              konjum              ithu              theerpu              sivappu              yedho              rendum              unnai              idhu              nenjam              yaanai              swapnam              pennin              mudhal              payale              oomai              chuvanna             



Examples of "kavalai"
He currently has three films starring Bobby Simha under production, with the first release likely to be "Ko 2", directed by Sarath Mandava. "Veera" and Deekay's second film, "Kavalai Vendam", are also in various stage of production.
It is commonly called as "Mathi" or "Kavalai" "Chaala" in Kerala. In north Kerala or Malabar it is called Maththi(മത്തി) and in south Malabar its called Chaala(ചാള).
The Cochin forest cane turtle ("Vijayachelys silvatica"), also known as Kavalai forest turtle, forest cane turtle or simply cane turtle, is a rare turtle from the Western Ghats of India. Described in 1912, its type locality is given as "Near Kavalai in the Cochin State Forests, inhabiting dense forest, at an elevation of about 1500 feet above sea level". Only two specimens were found at that time, and no scientist saw this turtle in the next 70 years. It was finally rediscovered in 1982, and since then a number of specimens have been found and some studies have been conducted about its affiliation and habits.
The total length of the tramway was divided into three sections. The first section started from Chalakudy and ends at Anapantham covering a length of 21 miles. The second section starts from Kavalai to Pothupara covering six miles, and the third starts from Komalapara to Chinnar, covering a distance of 22.5 miles. The total length of tramway is 49.5 miles (79.5 km).
Kavalai Illaadha Manithan (; ) is a 1960 Tamil film directed by K. Shankar. The film features J. P. Chandrababu, M. R. Radha, T. S. Balaiah and Rajasulochana in lead roles. Kannadasan wrote script and lyrics for the film, and appeared in an uncredited role in this film. Despite the melodious music, impressive performances by Chandrababu, Radha, Balaiah and Rajasulochana, the film was not a success.
Among the Trinity of Carnatic music only Thyagaraja has composed songs in "Harikambhoji". "Ramanannu brovara", "Entara neethana" and "Dinamani vamsa" are very popular songs composed by "Thyagaraja" in this rāgam. "Enadu manam kavalai", a composition by Papanasam Sivan, is also popular.
Kavalai Padathe Sagodhara is a 1998 Tamil comedy-drama film, written and directed by K.R.. The film stars Pandiarajan and Suvaluxmi in the lead roles, while K. R. Vijaya and Janagaraj portrayed supporting roles. The music for the film was composed by Ilaiyaraaja and the film opened to positive reviews in April 1998.
Kavalai Vendam (English: "Don't Worry!") is a 2016 Indian Tamil romantic comedy film written and directed by Deekay. The film stars Jiiva and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles, while Bobby Simha, Sunaina and RJ Balaji play supporting roles. The film, which is said to be an urban romance "about first love, second chances and relationships", features music composed by Leon James, cinematography by Abinandhan Ramanujam and editing by Suresh. Produced by Elred Kumar, "Kavalai Vendam" released on 24 November 2016 along with its dubbed Telugu version "Entha Varaku Ee Prema".The film received negative reviews from critics and become a commercial failure in both versions. This film marks a Hatrick Failure for both Jiiva and Kajal Aggarwal. For Jiiva, after Pokkiri Raja and Thirunaal it is third failure film in 2016. For Kajal, after Do Lafzon Ki Kahani and Brahmotsavam it is third failure film in 2016.
In late July 2016, she signed to perform her first item number in Koratala Siva's "Janatha Garage" featuring Mohanlal, Jr Ntr, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Nithya Menen in the lead roles. Shooting of the song took place in mid August 2016. That song, titled "Pakka Local", was well received by the audience.Her next release Kavalai vendam which received mixed to positive reviews from critics but her performance was praised by critics.In December 2016 she signed Vijay 61 starring opposite Vijay.
Ramachandran regards egotism as one of the central themes in "Mullum Malarum", with Kali, the community's alpha male, surrounded by sycophants who compliment him. He plays God in allowing the villagers to ride the winch (saving them the exertion of walking), and is jolted when the supervising engineer Kumaran arrives. As a subordinate, Kali cannot oppose Kumaran; his frustration threatens to erupt several times before it finally does and he is suspended. His feelings can be summed up in the line, ""Raman aandalum, Ravanan aandalum, enakku oru kavalai illai, naan thaan da en manasukku raaja"" (), in resistance to Kumaran's authoritarian yoke.
In 2014, Keerthy accepted her first projects outside of Malayalam and signed on to appear in several Tamil film projects simultaneously. Her first film release was A. L. Vijay's romantic comedy "Idhu Enna Maayam" (2015) opposite Vikram Prabhu, though the film did not perform well at the box office. Her busy schedule throughout 2015 meant that she had to opt out of films which she had already started working on, including Krishna's "Maane Thaene Paeye" and Deekay's "Kavalai Vendam", in order to accommodate bigger projects. She consequently worked on two films with Sivakarthikeyan in quick succession, "Rajini Murugan" and "Remo", while also playing the lead role in Prabhu Solomon's "Thodari" alongside Dhanush. That year, she also signed up her first Telugu film, "Aina Ishtam Nuvvu" directed by Ramprasad Ragutu. The film, supposedly an adaptation of "Rendu Jella Sita" (which was also "Aina Ishtam Nuvvu" initial title), was termed "a sweet love story on the lines of the Ramayana" by Keerthy, who would be playing Janaki, a "bubbly playful character" similar to Sita. In January 2017, Keerthy appeared in "Bairavaa", opposite actor Vijay and directed by Bharathan..
Tirunelveli S. Balaiah (; 23 August 1914 – 22 July 1972) was an Indian actor best known for playing supporting roles in the Tamil films. He was introduced to the cine field by director Ellis R. Dungan in "Sathi Leelavathi" (1936), along with MGR, N.S.Krishnan and M.K. Radha. He was one of the very few actors who excelled as a villain, as well as in character roles and comic roles.He was the main lead hero in Mohini (1948) paired opposite Madhuri Devi, where he played elder brother to V. N. Janaki and united M. G. Ramachandran with his sister in the film. He gained lot of weight at the age of 40 in 1954, hence started getting more character roles. Among his villain roles, "Ambikapathy" (1937), "Madurai Veeran" (1956), Thaikki Pin Tharam, "Hello Mr. Zamindar" and "Thiruvilayadal (1965)" were classics. Balaiah also excelled in comedy roles in movies such as "Kavalai Illatha Manithan" (1960), "Kaadhalika Neramillai" (1964), "Bama Vijayam" (1967) and "Thillana Mohanambal" (1968). Actor Sivaji Ganesan had once mentioned that Balaiah along with M. R. Radha was his most admired actor. Actress Manochithra is his daughter, while one of his sons Junior Balaiah has also appeared in films. Another son, Sai Baba, was part of MSV's troupe and sang a famous song, "Andhapakkam Vazhnthavan Romeo, Indhapakkam Naan Enna Saamiyo" in Veetukku Veedu, picturized on Nagesh.
In August 2008, "The Hindu" reported that Manobala would be directing a remake of "Kadhalikka Neramillai" with R. Madhavan in the lead role. Plans for a contemporary remake drew criticism. In an interview with Rekhs, a celebrity columnist for Behindwoods, Gopu said, "This film even if it is remade today, will not hold a candle to its original". Crazy Mohan said, ""Kadhalikka Naeramillai" is Tamil Cinema’s Mount Everest of comedy. There’s no other Tenzing [Norgay] in sight so far. I was aghast that some people even considered re-making "Kadhalikka Naeramillai". None should attempt it. It is blasphemy". Sharadha Narayanan of "The New Indian Express" stated in February 2009, "Recently when the news of "Kadhalikka Neramillai" remake was announced, every lip had one question that went unanswered: Who can actually do Nagesh’s role at least the way he did, if not better?" An anonymous source close to the production team of "Kavalai Vendam" (2016) described it as a "modern day version" of "Kadhalikka Neramillai" to "The Times of India".
In 2012, he appeared in S. Shankar's comedy-drama "Nanban" which released to highly positive reviews and become a blockbuster. His next projects were Mysskin's superhero film "Mugamoodi" and Gautham Menon's "Neethaane En Ponvasantham". Both these films turned out to be average grossers at the box office. After that, he worked on Bejoy Nambiar's "David" alongside Vikram which failed at the box office, despite getting positive reviews. His Next movie was the super hit movie "Endrendrum Punnagai" with director I. Mueenuddin Ahmed with an ensemble cast of Trisha Krishnan, Vinay Rai, Sathanam and Andrea Jeremiah. Following this film, Jiiva experienced a setback in his career. In 2014 he worked in cinematographer Ravi K. Chandran's directorial debut "Yaan", which was a box office failure. Gone from the screen for one year, he had three releases in 2016, though all of his films bombed at the box office. He first starred in his 25th film "Pokkiri Raja" which was directed by "Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavum" fame Ramprakash Rayappa and was touted to be his 'comeback' film. However, the film, which released on 4 March 2016 to mixed to negative reviews from critics and was a box office failure. His next film was the long delayed "Thirunaal" in which he is paired with Nayantara for the second time was released in August 2016, was again a critical and commercial failure for the actor. His last release of the year was the adult romantic comedy Kavalai Vendam opposite Kajal Aggarwal directed by Deekay. Although the film was praised for the comedy part, it released to mixed reviews and it was a commercial failure at the box office.
In September 2015, Rahman revealed that he would work on a Tamil action film to be directed by Karthick Naren, then only aged twenty one years old. Rahman stated that was initially apprehensive about signing on to feature in a film to be made by newcomers and held a few hearings despite being impressed with the way the script was presented to him through a narration that was both "appealing and convincing". Debutant director Karthick revealed that Rahman was his "only choice" for the lead role, while stating the script was "the culmination of an intensive probe into the world of crime" and that his father would back the film as the producer. Sujith Sarang, Sreejith Sarang and Jakes Bejoy, who had previously worked together in "Thakka Thakka" (2015), collaborated again to work as the cinematographer, editor and music composer for the project. Sachin Sudhakaran and Hariharan worked on the sound engineering for the film, with Rajakrishnan assisting as the mixing engineer. Apart from Rahman, the only other notable actor cast in the film was Delhi Ganesh, with most of the remaining actors being newcomers. Ashwin Kumar, who previously appeared in a supporting role in "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016), was also picked to play a role, with his identity kept secret during the promotions. Rookie actress Yaashika Aanand appeared in the role of Shruti, her second film appearance following a brief role in "Kavalai Vendam" (2016). Anjana Jayaprakash, who portrayed the role of Vaishnavi, was a college senior of the director and was signed after the pair had a mutual interest for working on short films.
In "Puthagam" (2013), Balaji introduces the lead characters played by Sathya, Sanjay, Vignesh and Rakul Preet Singh, in a voice-over. In the same year, he made a cameo appearance in "Ethir Neechal", and made his full-fledged acting debut in "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". He appeared in a brief role as a show host in "Vallinam" (2014). His second film appearance in 2014 was in "Vaayai Moodi Pesavum", followed by a major role as the title character in "Vadacurry". In 2015, he appeared in "Idhu Enna Maayam", "Yatchan", and "Naanum Rowdydhaan", where he played the character Paandi's (Vijay Sethupathi) friend. For his performance in "Naanum Rowdydhaan", Balaji won the SIIMA Award for Best Comedian. In 2016, he appeared in "Jil Jung Juk", and "Pugazh", where he also worked as a singer and lyricist on the song "Podu Podu". In "Muthina Kathirika" (2016), Balaji introduces the main characters, including protagonist Muthupandi (Sundar C.) through a voiceover. He then appeared in "Devi", directed by A. L. Vijay, "Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru", directed by M. Rajesh, and "Kavalai Vendam", directed by Deekay. His forthcoming films are "Parandhu Sella Vaa", to be directed by Dhanapal Padmanabhan, "Kee", to be directed by newcomer Kaleesh, "Kaatru Veliyidai", to be directed by Mani Ratnam, and an untitled Sri Green Productions film to be directed by newcomer Shanmugham Muthusamy. He will also star in "Annanukku Jai", followed by an untitled film to be directed by Mohan Raja, an untitled Tamil-Telugu bilingual film to be directed by AR Murugadoss, and "Thaana Serndha Kootam", to be directed by Vignesh Shivan.
Following the success of their first collaboration "Yaamirukka Bayamey" (2014), producer Elred Kumar announced in June 2014 that he had signed on Deekay to make his second film for RS Infotainment. He revealed that the film would also be a "comedy" but a different genre from their earlier horror-comedy film In January 2015, Jiiva and Bobby Simha were reported to be playing the lead roles, with a press release in March 2015 confirming that Jiiva would play the lead role and that Simha would play an extended guest role. Titled "Kavalai Vendam", Elred Kumar stated that he would retain music composer S. N. Prasad from their previous film, while bringing in cinematographer Mukesh and editor Ruben. Keerthy Suresh signed on to play the leading female role in March 2015, while Nikki Galrani was added to the cast thereafter for another lead role. A photo shoot featuring Jiiva and Keerthy Suresh was held in June 2015, with promotional stills released to indicate the start of the production phase. However, the film was later postponed and the first schedule was pushed back by six months. The change of dates meant that Keerthy Suresh could not accommodate the film into her schedule, and she was subsequently replaced by Kajal Aggarwal during August 2015. Pre-production works for the film was reported to be back underway in December 2015, with comedians RJ Balaji, Bala Saravanan and Mayilswamy added to the cast. The delays also meant that Nikki Galrani quit the project after committing to work on other films during the period.