Synonyms for kettuppar or Related words with kettuppar

ninaithale              abhiyum              inikkum              yedho              nenjathai              vizhigal              mounam              mattum              oomai              payale              kavalai              vedham              theerpu              kaalamellam              sahasam              velai              thathamme              paravaigal              samsaram              pachaikili              thambikku              kalyaanam              kavithai              angaadi              kavithaigal              nodalu              amarkalam              unnidathil              premalekha              kaatru              kannedhirey              manamum              varusham              rojakkal              dheerudu              thottu              lakshyam              thullum              thulladha              sadhurangam              illalu              inimey              mosagadu              drohi              murattu              irumbu              arubathu              ninne              killathe              ithu             



Examples of "kettuppar"
The film shared a similar storyline to Vasanth's "Poovellam Kettuppar", which incidentally had Vijayakumar and Nassar playing similar roles of leader of feuding families.
Jyothika married actor Suriya on 11 September 2006, with whom she was paired in seven films; "Poovellam Kettuppar", "Uyirile Kalanthathu", "Kaakha Kaakha", "Perazhagan", "Maayavi", "June R" and "Sillunu Oru Kaadhal". The couple have two children, daughter Diya (born 10 August 2007) and son Dev (born 7 June 2010).
Suriya is an Indian actor and producer who works primarily in Tamil language films. He made a commercially successful cinematic debut in Vasanth's "Nerrukku Ner" (1997). This was followed by roles in a series of critical and commercial failures, including "Kaadhale Nimmadhi" (1998), "Sandhippoma" (1998) and "Periyanna" (1999). Suriya collaborated with Vasanth again in "Poovellam Kettuppar" (1999), his first film with future wife Jyothika.
Poovellam Kettuppar () is a 1999 Indian Tamil-language musical romantic comedy film written and directed by Vasanth, which stars Jyothika and Suriya in leading roles. The film, also starring Vijayakumar, Nassar, Vadivelu and Ambika in pivotal roles, was released on 6 August 1999.
The shooting for the film progressed in Chennai, Bangalore and Mysore among other places. The film marked the debut of K.R. Jaya as director, while it was also the first production venture of Abayambika films. Mutham Sivakumar who was the manager to 'Sivashakti' Pandian produced his first independent venture with the film, while playing a crucial role in the film. Jyothika signed on to pair with Suriya again before the release of their maiden venture together, "Poovellam Kettuppar".
Vasanth roped in Yuvan Shankar Raja as the composer, who he had previously worked with in "Poovellam Kettuppar" (1999) and his last project "Satham Podathey" (2007). In an interview, the director stated that Yuvan Shankar Raja had put in about seven months of work for this film, while describing the genre of the soundtrack as post-modern music. The soundtrack album features six songs with lyrics penned by Na. Muthukumar.
The film was initially titled "Romance", but was later re-titled to "Poovellam Kettuppar" during production. Vasanth considered changing the title again briefly to "Thathi Thaavathu Manasu", but eventually opted against doing so. During the making of the film, media speculation arose that the lead pair, Suriya and Jyothika, were seeing each other. The film marked the first of seven films in which Suriya appeared alongside Jyothika, whom he married in 2006. Kushboo was reported to be playing a guest role in the film, but the news turned out to be untrue.
After eight years director Vasanth teamed up with composer Yuvan Shankar Raja again for the musical score after creating the highly successful album of "Poovellam Kettuppar" (1999), which is considered to be Yuvan Shankar Raja's breakthrough album. The soundtrack, of "Satham Podathey", featuring 5 tracks overall, was released on 14 June 2007 at the Kamarajar Arangam in Chennai in a grand manner. A live concert was conducted by Yuvan Shankar Raja, playing all the songs on stage, whereas the five songs were released by five music directors each. The lyrics were written by Na. Muthukumar.
The soundtrack features 8 songs composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The lyrics were all written by Pazhani Bharathi. Yuvan was approached and assigned by director Vasanth to compose the music for his film "Poovellam Kettuppar" (1999). The soundtrack received very positive response, bring described as "fresh" and "different", with a critic from "The New Indian Express" citing that his "absolutely enchanting musical score [...] bears testimony to his ‘Raja’ surname." The album became very popular, particularly songs like "Irava Pagala" and "Chudithar Aninthu", gaining him first time notice, especially among young people and children. The album would make possible his first breakthrough in the industry and proved to be a major turning point in his career.
Her first role was in "Vaali" (1999) for which she won Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South, and Dinakaran Best Female Debut, Cinema Express Award for Best New Actress – Tamil, "Amudha Surabhi" Best Actress New Comer Award. Later that year, she starred in "Poovellam Kettuppar", in which she played the love interest of the protagonist, portrayed by her husband Suriya. The success of the film "Kushi" became a turning point in her career. A string of successful films followed between 2000 and 2002, among them "Mugavaree", "Dum Dum Dum" and "Snegithiye." Her characters had equal importance as the hero. She also acted with Kamal Haasan during this period, in the comedy film "Thenali". She was awarded the Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award and Cinema Express Award for Best Actress – Tamil for her role in "Kushi". Her role in "Rhythm" though small, has been widely appreciated. After the success of "Kushi", she was signed to play the female lead in "Friends" opposite Vijay but she was replaced by Devayani. She collaborated with Mani Ratnam for the first time by appearing in his production house Madras Talkies' romantic comedy "Dumm Dumm Dumm" alongside Madhavan. The film won positive acclaim and became a success not only in Tamil Nadu but also in Andhra with its dubbed version. She also made an appearance in Kannada film industry opposite Upendra in "Nagarahavu". She had a dual role in this film. Later she appeared in Tamil thriller film "Snegithiye" directed by Priyadarshan made in all south languages.
The film languished in development hell after shooting was over, with the producers reluctant to notify what was keeping the release delayed. The delay of the film led to Vasanth directing three other films in between "Nerukku Ner", "Poovellam Kettuppar" and "Appu", as he waited for the release. At some point due to the long delay in its release, unconfirmed news was circulating that production had been shelved due to financial constraints. Natarajan blamed A. R. Rahman for the delay and it was reported that the producer had not yet settled the payment for Rahman's work in "Sangamam", and therefore he was dragging his feet on completing the work for "Rhythm". The producer supposedly toyed with the idea of replacing Rahman with another music director in both "Rhythm" and his other film "Udhaya" but ran out of money to even complete the shooting of "Rhythm". The producer then persuaded Rahman to complete work on the music of "Rhythm" so that he could make money from music sales and complete the movie.
However, both the soundtrack album as well as the film itself failed to attract audiences and to do well and Yuvan Shankar Raja's following projects "Velai" (1998) and "Kalyana Galatta" (1998) were not successful either; his compositions for these films did not receive good reviews or responses, with one reviewer labelling the music and background score in the latter as "cacophony" and "poor". The failures of his first projects meant that he was not offered any film projects and assignments subsequently. During this time of struggling, he was approached and assigned by director Vasanth to compose the music for his film "Poovellam Kettuppar" (1999). The soundtrack received very positive response, being described as "fresh" and "different", with a critic from "The New Indian Express" citing that his "absolutely enchanting musical score [...] bears testimony to his 'Raja' surname." The album became very popular, particularly songs like "Irava Pagala" and "Chudithar Aninthu", gaining him first time notice, especially among young people and children. The album would make possible his first breakthrough in the industry and proved to be a major turning point in his career. After working for two Sundar C. films, "Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga" (1999) and "Rishi" (2000), he got to work for A. R. Murugadoss' directorial debut in 2000, the action flick "Dheena" starring Ajith Kumar, which went on to become a blockbuster and Yuvan Shankar Raja's first major successful film. Yuvan Shankar's songs were equally successful, which are considered to have played a major role for the film's great success, while his background score in the film was also well appreciated.
In 1997, Vasanth's next project, "Nerrukku Ner" released. Also produced by Maniratnam, the film introduced actor Sivakumar's eldest son Suriya, who played a leading role alongside Vijay, Kousalya and Simran also became a commercial success and ran for 175 days. Vasanth's subsequent project "Poovellam Kettuppar" (1999), also starred Suriya, pairing for the first time with Jyothika, who would later become his wife. The film is especially known as being composer Yuvan Shankar Raja's first major musical success. The following year, two of his directorial released, "Appu" and "Rhythm". The former was appreciated for Prakash Raj's performance as a eunuch, whilst the latter is considered a classic, mainly for its theme and realism by critics and public. "Rhythm" told the tale of two individuals who lose their life partners in the same accident and overcome their sorrow to start a new relationship. The film's soundtrack, scored by A. R. Rahman consists of five songs, each depicting one of the five elements. Vasanth had picked "Rhythm" to be the film "closest to heart". "Hey! Nee Romba Azhaga Irukke" (2002) was his following project, with its major attraction being the first ensemble soundtrack in Indian cinema, featuring five songs, composed by five debutant music directors. In 2007, he made the thriller film "Satham Podathey" (2007), which was critically acclaimed and a blockbuster at the box office, while fetching him a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Storywriter. 2013 he made the romantic musical "Moondru Per Moondru Kadhal", a film involving three love stories. In 2015, he began his next feature film titled "Sivaranjaniyum Innum Sila Pengalum", reported to be a "pro-women film", in which he would introduce Carnatic singer Sudha Ragunathan as a music director.