Synonyms for kavithai or Related words with kavithai

pudhu              thaai              vendum              ulagam              thedi              mazhai              manasu              unakkaga              varai              ennai              kizhakku              kavalai              ninne              konjum              vandha              manithan              neeye              swapnam              mudhal              naaku              geetham              velai              meendum              neeku              sivappu              ullam              mogudu              koottam              thalaivan              unnai              mounam              oomai              samsaram              sneham              neeyum              mozhi              kaatru              idhu              thottu              alaigal              idhaya              nuvve              inikkum              vayasu              naanu              pudhiya              kaattu              paravaigal              muthal              kaaval             

Examples of "kavithai"
Dr. Mu. Va. Ilakkiya Memorial Award, Kavithai Uravu Association, Chennai.
The film was remade in Tamil as "Kavithai Paada Neramillai" and in Kannada as "Ravana Rajya".
This serial was internationally telecast in Pakistan on Pakistani Channel Urdu 1. The series is also remade in Tamil language as Puthu Kavithai on STAR Vijay.
Yaaro Ezhuthiya Kavithai (English : Poem that was written by someone) is a 1986 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by C. V. Sridhar, starring Sivakumar, Jayashree in lead roles.
Apart from direction and acting, he produces films. He wrote a book named "Kirukkkalgal" – Thamizh Kavithai Thoguppu which was released by M. Karunanidhi. He runs a charitable trust named 'R.Parthiepan Manithaneya Mandram'.
Prashanth with "Kaadhal Kavithai" capped off a hat-trick of hit films in 1998 after the successes of Shankar's "Jeans" and Ravichandran's "Kannedhirey Thondrinal". Isha Koppikar won plaudits from critics for her performance with stating that with her "strong screen presence, and acting skills that belie her newbie status, she could be the latest to storm the TN industry". The film won her further offers and Vijay signed her on for his next "Nenjinile" after seeing her performance in "Kaadhal Kavithai". She went on to win the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut in 1998.
Kavithai Paada Neramillai (English : No time to sing a poem) is a 1987 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Yuhi Sethu, starring Raghuvaran, Amala, Yuhi Sethu and Nassar in lead roles. The film was a remake of the Hindi film "Ankush".
Enge Enadhu Kavithai (English: Where is my Poem?) is a 2002 Indian Tamil romantic drama film directed by Aravind. The film features an ensemble cast of Kunal, Krishna Abhishek, Sriman and Rathi in the leading roles, while Nizhalgal Ravi and Manivannan also appear in supporting roles. Featuring music composed by Bharathwaj, the film was released to a mixed response in May 2002.
Jyothi was a film actress who appeared in South Indian films. She acted over 50 films. She is known for films like Puthukavithai and Rail Payanangalil. Jyothi made a mark in acting through Vijaya T Rajendher’s Rayil Payanangalil and Rajinikanth starrer Puthu Kavithai.
Puthu Kavithai is a Tamil soap opera that aired on STAR Vijay. The show premiered on 16 December 2013 and aired Monday through Friday. The show starred Maheswari in a lead role. Its initial concept was an adaptation from the North Indian Hindi serial "Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya". The show was produced by Rightfeel Productions and D. Parthasarathy and was directed by D. Parthasarathy. The show last aired on 29 May 2015 and ended with 361 episodes.
He had fortune to sing songs written by Subramanya Bharathy (Yezhavuthu Manithan, 1981) and Bharati, 2000) and Kannadasan.'En Iniya Pon Nilave' - Moodu Pani, 'Poove Sempoove' - Solla Thudikkuthu manasu, 'Aarariraro' - Raam, 'Raaja Raaja Chozan' - Rettai Vaal Kuruvi, Thendral Vanthu' - Thendrale Ennai Thodu, 'Kanne Kalaimaane' & 'Poongaatru' - Moondram Pirai, 'Vaa Vaa Anbe' - Agni Natchathiram, 'Vellai Puraa' - Pudhu Kavithai are popular. He was awarded Kalaimamani Award and eight time State Award for the best playback singer from Tamil Nadu Government.
Kadhal Kavithai () is a 1998 Tamil language romance film directed by Agathiyan and produced by Murali Manohar. The film features Prashanth and Isha Koppikar in the lead roles, while Kasthuri, Manivannan and Srividya play other supporting characters. The film had music composed by Ilaiyaraaja, while duo Lancy-Mohan and Ravi Yadav handled the editing and cinematography respectively. After opening in December 1998, the film went on to gain success critically and became a commercially successful venture.
"Naanum Oru Thozhilali" released on 1 May 1986 alongside Sridhar's other film "Yaro Ezhuthia Kavithai" and it became a rare incident when two films of the same director were released simultaneously. But only this film emerged successful at the box office. However, critics point out that the difference of quality between the Cinemascope footage shot in 1981 and 1:1.33 footage shot in 1986 were visible throughout the film including the color quality and the appearance of the lead actors.
Isha Koppikar made her debut as an actor with this film, despite signing on to appear in K. S. Ravi's "En Swasa Kaatre" before "Kaadhal Kavithai". Raju Sundaram choreographed a belly dance song shot in Rajasthan featuring actress Kasthuri. Part of the film is shot in London, with locations including near the River Thames, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus and Althorp, where the memorial to Princess Diana was located.
Prashanth rose to stardom with Shankar's blockbuster romantic comedy "Jeans" (1998) in which he played a dual role alongside Aishwarya Rai. The success of the film saw him garner opportunities to work in bigger film projects and in the late 1990s, he featured in a series of profitable films such as "Kannedhirey Thondrinal" (1998), "Kaadhal Kavithai" (1998), and "Jodi" (1999). Prashanth owns a multi-storeyed jewellery mart in Panagal Park.
A critic from gave the film a positive review mentioning that "Kaadhal Kavithai" "is handled neatly and that Agathian manages well with dialogues and a fresh mix of characters", describing it as "the must see movie of the year". The Deccan Herald mentioned that the film is "visually a delight, the songs and music are pleasant, especially when they harmonise with the locations, which they don’t always." The reviewer adds that "Prashanth is alright though he seems a little narcissistic, you always feel that he’s looking at a mirror someone’s holding up. The heorine is new, and not unpleasant. Srividya is wanted, though brightening."
Nassar made his acting debut in K. Balachander's "Kalyana Agathigal" (1985) portraying a secondary supporting role, before moving on to play villainous roles in S. P. Muthuraman's "Velaikaran" (1987) and "Vanna Kanavugal". He played the protagonist in Yuhi Sethu's "Kavithai Paada Neramillai", though his breakthrough role came through his performance as a police officer in Mani Ratnam's "Nayakan". He subsequently became a regular in Mani Ratnam and Kamal Haasan's ventures, appearing in pivotal character roles in "Roja", "Thevar Magan" (1992), "Bombay" (1994) and "Kuruthipunal" (1995).
After having few chances in the Kannada industry she migrated to Tamil movies. Chaya Singh's most famous movie is "Thiruda Thirudi" in Tamil which has the popular song "Manmadharasa". She also acted in its Kannada remake "Sakha Sakhi", which unlike the original was not successful. Chaya later acted in little known films "Kavithai" and "Jaisurya" and did item numbers in "Arul" and "Thirupaachi", though she stated that she dislikes doing them. She returned to Tamil with "Vallamai Tharayo" and then starred in the supernatural thriller "Anandhapurathu Veedu".
Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya was an Indian soap opera which aired on channel STAR Plus. The series premiered on 7 December 2009. Initially the show received good reviews and viewing figures, but when "Darien Amos" and "Ekta Kapoor's" Show "Bade Achhe Lagte Hain" launched on rival channel Sony TV in the same slot, the show fell drastically and couldn't survive against it in terms of "TRP's"; hence the show was abruptly ended on 27 October 2012. The series is remade in Tamil language as Puthu Kavithai-present on STAR Vijay and also in Marathi as Devyani-present on Star Pravah. This series was also telecast in Pakistan on Urdu 1 Channel.
The music was composed by Ilayaraja and lyrics were written by ONV Kurup. The song "Thumbi Vaa" gained massive popularity on release. Ilaiyaraaja re-used the tune in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi films. It had been reused by Ilayaraja as "Sangathil Paadatha Kavithai" in the Tamil film Auto Raja. Balu Mahendra loved the tune so much that insisted having the tune again in his Hindi film "Aur Ek Prem Kahani". The song was also used two more times by Ilayaraaja himself and once by Shankar Ganesh.