Synonyms for kavithaigal or Related words with kavithaigal

kadalora              vizhigal              paravaigal              vandha              iniyum              raavukal              oomai              ithu              pennum              avalude              medhai              mattum              kaaval              kolangal              mookkuthi              sandamarutham              vilakkum              illalu              rendum              thambikku              iniyavale              geetham              idhaya              kalyaanam              swarangal              njaan              pennu              mudichu              paduthum              veliye              ellorum              deviyin              theerpu              kutram              marupakkam              sorgam              theeratha              anbudan              samaali              ninne              meendum              samsaram              parvai              sadhurangam              raasa              thaai              arambam              gowravam              drohi              veettile             

Examples of "kavithaigal"
EPISODE 52: “கவிதைகள் சொல்லவா? (KAVITHAIGAL SOLLAVAA?)”
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Ilaiyaraaja. The soundtrack, released in 1987, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Gangai Amaran. The track, Kathi chandai podaamalae is reused from the movie Kadalora Kavithaigal also composed by Ilaiyaraaja.
Aaradhana (Telugu: ఆరాధన English Meaning : Admiration) is a 1987 Indian Telugu romance film directed by Bharathiraja. It stars Chiranjeevi, Suhasini, Rajasekhar, and Radhika in important roles. Music was scored by Ilayaraja. Allu Aravind produced this film on his home production, Geetha Arts. It was a remake of Bharathiraja's Tamil film ""Kadalora Kavithaigal"" starring Sathyaraj and Rekha.
He entered the field of poetry through the poem Prachanai (The problem). He has been writing poems since 1968. Antru Veru Kilamai, Sooriyanukku pinpakkam, Kadarkariyil Sila Marangal and Meendum Avargal are his famous works. They were published in the year 1973. In 1998 a collection of poems Gnankkoothan kavithaigal was published.
The film marked the directorial debut of K. Rajeshwar who earlier scripted for films like "Panneer Pushpangal" (1981), "Kadalora Kavithaigal" (1986) and "Solla Thudikuthu Manasu" (1988). The film was a remake of the Malayalam film "Panchagni", and had a screenplay written by M. Karunanidhi.
Kadalora Kavithaigal () is a 1986 Indian Tamil language film starring Satyaraj, Rekha, Raja, Janagaraj and Kamala Kamesh and The film was remade into Telugu as "Aradhana" with Chiranjeevi and Suhasini and in Kannada as "Kaurava" with B. C. Patil and Prema. This was debut film for Rekha, Raja and Ranjani.
He returned back to stage plays with his longtime friend, T.V Varadarajan's troupe, United Visuals and staged 10 plays in the next 7 years. With the growing popularity of TV soap operas in Tamil satellite channels, he switched his concentration to TV. He has penned TV serials like Nimmadhi ungal Choice II & III, Jannal (Marabu Kavithaigal) and Sahaana. He wrote the script for "Anni" (directed by Samuthirakani), "Akka" (Telugu) among others.
Josephine, better known by her stage name Rekha, is a Malayalam and Tamil actress who acted in hit movies like "Ramji Rao Speaking", and "Aey Auto" in Malayalam and "Punnagai Mannan", "En Bommukutty Ammavukku" and "Kadalora Kavithaigal" in Tamil. She was born in Kerala and completed her studies at Ooty in Tamil Nadu. She now acts in TV serials and in character roles in films. She won Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam film "Dasharatham".
In the 1986 film "Kadalora Kavithaigal", he played the lead romantic role and "Behindwoods" said "Sathyaraj broke his image of an action hero and came up with a rollicking performance. He is the real star of the film." He received appreciation for playing his role in "Mr. Bharath" (1986), which revolved around the conflict between father, played by Sathyaraj and son (Rajinikanth). Sathyaraj acted as Rajinikanth's father in the film though he was in fact 4 years younger to Rajinikanth. Manivanan being friends with Sathyaraj kept casting him in pivotal roles in his directorial ventures regularly showcasing different emotions from Sathyaraj in films like "Vidinja Kalyanam", "Palaivana Rojakkal" and "Muthal Vasantham". After "Kadalora Kavithaigal", Sathyaraj had box-office hits as the lead hero between 1986 and 1988 like "Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu", "Makkal En Pakkam", "Mandhira Punnagai" in which he had dual roles, "Poovizhi Vasalile", "En Bommukutty Ammavuku", "Chinappadas" and "Annanagar Mudhal Theru". Manivanan from 1987 onwards started casting Sathyaraj in positive roles and their combination had box office hits like "Jallikkattu", "Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi", "Ganam Kortaar Avargale", "Chinnappadas" in this period. Sathyaraj received the Best Tamil Actor award in Filmfare Awards South for his performance in "Vedham Pudhithu" (1987).
Rajeshwar grew up in Mumbai and became interested in films, as his father was also in the business. He later schooled in Tirunelveli, before moving to Chennai and enrolled in Loyola College, Chennai to read Economics. During his time at college, he was actively involved in writing scripts for skits and plays before his passion for cinema and writing, saw him join the Adyar Film Institute. Rajeshwar started his career as scriptwriter under the name Somasundareshwar. His first script was "Aval Appadithan" (1978), and was adapted by his college senior C. Rudhraiya from a short story to a feature-length film featuring Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan. Upon release, the film won critical acclaim and is widely considered as one of the finest Tamil films of all time. He also went on to write scripts for successful films including the romantic dramas "Panneer Pushpangal" (1981), "Kadalora Kavithaigal" (1986) and "Solla Thudikuthu Manasu" (1988). He changed his screen name to Rajeshwar, following the insistence of director Bharathiraja, who wanted to distinguish him from a different director called Somasundar during the period.