Synonyms for koduthen or Related words with koduthen

unnidathil              pudhu              thottu              neeyum              pennin              kavithai              ennai              thalaivan              kireedam              geetham              meendum              vandha              chesina              kizhakku              varai              kavalai              njaan              poocha              velai              marikkumo              uravu              nenoddantana              theerpu              mogudu              thathamme              mattum              murattu              manithan              koottam              sivappu              ninne              inikkum              sneham              swapnam              naaku              ithu              poguthae              konjum              iddaru              samsaram              thedi              ulagam              paarvai              alaigal              vendum              rajakumaran              vendraan              kadha              mounam              raasa             



Examples of "koduthen"
Only after Director Vikraman introduced him as comedian in "unnidathil ennai koduthen" he came to limelight.
Then Director Vikraman has adopted the same story for his movie Unnidathil yennai koduthen with Karthik, which was huge hit for Karthik and Vikraman
Kanasugara () is a 2001 Indian Kannada language romance-drama film starring V. Ravichandran, Prema and Shashikumar in the lead roles. The film, a remake of Tamil blockbuster film "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" (1998), is directed by Karan and features soundtrack from Rajesh Ramanath. The original version was directed by Vikraman and featured Karthik and Roja in lead roles.
Shakal Sandhya is a 2005 Bengali film directed by Swapan Saha and produced by Subrato Saha Ray. The film features actors Prosenjit Chatterjee and Rachana Banerjee in the lead roles. Music of the film has been composed by Ashok Bhadra. The film was a remake of Tamil film "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen".
Mo Duniya Tu Hi Tu is an Oriya drama and romance film released on 11 January 2013. Starring Anubhav, Barsha and Minaketan in pivotal roles with original soundtrack by Malay Misra. It was a remake of Tamil film "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen".
2001 year proved again lucky to Prema since she began with "Kanasugara", a remake of Tamil film "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen", which fetched her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. She also won other awards for her portrayal of a simple housewife character.
Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen () is a 1998 Tamil film directed by Vikraman, starring Karthik and Roja in the lead roles, with Ajith Kumar in a guest appearance. Ramesh Khanna, Moulee and Madhan Bob played other supporting roles. The film won critical acclaim and was a commercial successful at the box office. Following the film's box office success it was remade in Telugu, Kannada, Bengali and Oriya languages.
Ajith Kumar later revealed that his role in the film was initially supposed to be a full length role but the character underwent changes after the film started. He continued to play his part in the film due to his admiration for his co-actor, Karthik. The success of "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" later led to Karthik making a guest appearance in the Ajith film "Anantha Poongathe".
After years of formal music training, Rajkumar began to conduct musical shows on his own and was on the way to look for film opportunities. It was in 1987, director duo Robert-Rajashekar came forward to sign him as the music director for their film "Chinna Poove Mella Pesu". This film had Prabhu and Ramki in the lead roles. Since then, Rajkumar has scored for over hundred films in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada film industries. He has scored the films "Suryavamsam", "Aval Varuvala", "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen", "Thulladha Manamum Thullum", "Vanathai Pola", Raja (1999 film), "Vasantham" , "Priyamaanavale" , "Priyamaana Thozhi".
Raja is a 1999 Telugu family, romantic drama film directed by Muppalaneni Shiva and produced by R. B. Choudary on Super Good Films . Starring Venkatesh, Soundarya and Abbas in pivotal roles with original soundtrack by S. A. Rajkumar. The film was "Sensational Hit" at the box office. The film won three Filmfare South Awards in Best Film, Best Actress and Best Music Director categories. The film is a remake version of 1998 Tamil movie "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" starring Karthik and Roja in the lead roles, with Ajith Kumar in a guest appearance.
After having a 1996 success with the Karthik film "Gokulathil Seethai", Lakshmi Movie Makers began their sixth production and launched a film with director Vikraman in February 1997. "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" was set to feature Vijay in the lead role, but production delays meant that the actor was replaced by Karthik. Meena also had to reject an offer to star in the leading female role due to date problems. Swathi was initially approached to appear in a single song sequence for the film, but her refusal led to Anusha being chosen.
Thamarai graduated Production Engineering from GCT, Coimbatore and worked for six years in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, where she hails from, before she, due to her passion for poetry, decided to move to Chennai, where she worked as a freelance journalist and wrote essays, stories and poems. Through her literary works, she became popular and got noticed, she happened to enter the Tamil film industry and got the opportunity to write lyrics for film songs. Director Seeman assigned her as a lyricist for the song "Thendral Enthan" for his Tamil film "Iniyavale". Subsequently, wrote lyrics for films like "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" ("Malligai Poove"), "Thenali" ("Injirango Injirango"), where she even worked together with music director Harris Jayaraj in "Minnale" and the song ("Vaseegara"), which is said to be the turning point and the peak in her career.
The film was a commercial successful for the producers, Lakshmi Movie Makers. "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" won five Tamil Nadu State Film Awards including that for Third Best Film as well as securing Vikraman the Best Storywriter award and Annadurai the Best Cinematographer award. Karthik won a Special Prize for his performances, while Roja was adjudged Best Actress in 1998. The film won three Cinema Express Awards for Best Film, Best Actor and Best Actress. The film gave a fresh lease in their careers to the lead pair, while Vikraman's work won him further recognition. Ramesh Khanna, after his new gained recognition, was able to find a financier to make his first film as a director, "Thodarum". Indolink.com rated the film amongst the "best of 1998", reporting that the film ran over 200 days in theatres across Tamil Nadu.
She was introduced to the Tamil film industry by director R.K. Selvamani with "Chembaruthi" along with actor Prashanth. The movie was a hit and paved way for role in another success, "Suriyan" with Sarath Kumar. Both the films established her in Tamil cinema. She became popular with songs such as "Veloor Maman" in the film "Makkal Aatchi" with Mammootty and "Mastana Mastana" in "Raasaiyya" with Prabhu Deva. Her performance in films with actors such as Rajnikanth in "Veera", and Arjun Sarja in "Ayudha Poojai" were praised. Roja's major career breakthrough was in the film "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen", directed by Vikraman. Her 100th movie was "Pottu Amman". Roja later appeared in supporting roles in films like "Arasu" (2003), "Parijatham" (2006), "Shambo Shiva Shambo" (2010), "Golimar" (2010), "Mogudu" (2011), "Kodipunju" (2011), "Veera" (2011), "Kaavalan" (2011) and "Saguni" (2012).
Vikraman was recalled once again by R. B. Choudary to make a film with Vijay titled "Poove Unakkaga" in 1996. It was the first breakthrough in the young actor's career. His next movie "Suryavamsam" with Sarath Kumar and Devayani was a major success. "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" made in 1998 gave a fresh lease of life to Karthik and Roja who were once dominating the film industry. In 2000, he made a movie "Vanathai Pola" with an ensemble cast, another blockbuster which gave back the superstardom to Vijaykanth. It also won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment in 2001 and also many state awards. He then began pre-production work in 2000 for a film starring Surya and Laila,and the said project "Unnai Ninaithu" did well.
After the success of his films in 1996, the following year saw a series of five classical success, one such being Amitabh Bachchan's Tamil production "Ullaasam" with Maheswari, in which he was paid a salary of for the first time. Ajith returned in 1998 with another bigest successful project in Saran's "Kaadhal Mannan", a "masala film" setting the foundations for an expanding fan base. He also began acting in Vasanth's "Nerukku Ner", and was later replaced by Suriya. Following films "Aval Varuvala" and "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen" also became successes, with the latter featuring Ajith in a guest role. Except for "Uyirodu Uyiraga" which performed poorly, his other 3 films released in 1998 and 6 in 1999 were box-office hits. Ramesh Khanna's "Thodarum", Sundar C's romantic drama "Unnaithedi" opposite Malavika set the tone for a series of big successes.
Karthik received another breakthrough in his career by portraying a full-length comedy role in Sundar C's "Ullathai Allitha" (1996) alongside Rambha and Goundamani, then collaborated with the director again in another profitable venture, "Mettukudi". He went on to win critical acclaim for his role in "Gokulathil Seethai", and turned appeared in K. S. Ravikumar's "Pistha", which also won good reviews. Karthik carried on his good streak at the box office in 1998, while also winning accolades for his performances in Vikraman's "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen", Cheyyar Ravi's "Harichandra" and Selva's "Pooveli", and won a Tamil Nadu State Award for Best Actor. He became one of the busiest actors in the industry during the turn of the decade by featuring in several medium-budget comedy films, notably in four further Sundar C ventures including the successful "Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga" (1999). His career as a lead actor subsequently began to peter out in the early 2000s, with several of his ventures opening with little publicity or being delayed after financial troubles. Towards the nadir in 2005, he signed on to appear in a negative role in Sathyaraj's "Sivalingam IPS", but the film was shelved.
In 1997, he acted in "Aravindhan" co-starring R. Parthiepan, Nagma and Urvashi. The film failed at the box office. His next venture "Suryavamsam" directed by Vikraman and produced by R. B. Choudary was a blockbuster. He played a dual role in the film. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in Tamil and Cinema Express Award for Best Actor for the second time. In the end of 1997, he acted in Sundar C. comedy film "Janakiraman" which was a commercial hit. The next year, he played in "Moovendhar" directed by Suraj, Sundar C's assistant director. The film, released to negative reviews, failed at the box office. After "Nattamai", he re-teamed with K. S. Ravikumar in "Natpukkaga", the film was well received critically and turned to be a blockbuster. R. Sarathkumar won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for the third time and the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor for the second time. He made a cameo appearance in Vikraman's "Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen". He then starred in the Telugu film "Preminchanu Nene" and in "Simmarasi", directed by Erode Soundar, K. S. Ravikumar's former dialogue writer. "Simmarasi" was released to unfavourable reviews but Sarathkumar was praised for his role. In the start of 1999, he acted in R. Chandra's "Chinna Durai" co-starring with Roja. It was followed by "Oruvan", the remake of the Telugu film "Auto Driver", in which Sarathkumar paired with Pooja Batra and teamed up for the second time with the director Suresh Krissna. Usha Gopalakrishnan of "indolink.com" praised Sarathkumar's acting. In the end of 1999, he acted in K. S. Ravikumar's "Paattali".