Synonyms for konjum or Related words with konjum

vendum              meendum              puravum              ninne              varusham              kunguma              thaai              kavithai              velai              thalaivan              njaan              ulagam              kaattu              mounam              uthama              unakkaga              chesina              paravai              poovum              naane              thanga              pudhu              kizhakku              paarvai              vayasu              oomai              ennai              alaigal              manithan              neeye              pudhiya              vandha              koottam              paravaigal              kadhalukku              sahasam              manasu              geetham              samsaram              raagam              punnagai              uravu              raasa              gaanam              pennin              mattum              ullam              kavalai              inikkum              thottu             



Examples of "konjum"
"Kunguma Poovey Konjum Puraavey", becoming a hit — the song is popular even after half a century.
"Konjum Salangai" was shot in 41 different sets at three studios Newtone Studios and Narasu Studios in Madras, and Raman Studio in Bombay. It was processed in London under the direct supervision of Raman. The budget of the film was .
Muripinche Muvvalu is a 1962 Telugu musical film directed by M. V. Raman. The film stars Savitri and Gemini Ganesan. This film was the Telugu version of the original Tamil "Konjum Salangai" which eventually marked Savitri's 100th film.
The film's soundtrack is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who had also scored the music for Rajmohan's previous film "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum". The album features six tracks and is released on 5 May 2014 at Sathyam Cinemas, Chennai.
Konjum Kumari (தமிழ்: கொஞ்சும் குமரி, English: "Enticing Girl") is 1963 Tamil language action film directed by G. Viswanathan and produced by T. R. Sundaram under his own company Modern Theatres. The script was written by Mana,and with K. Devarajan an expert at writing comedy scene. Music by Vedha assets to movie. The film stars Manorama and R. S. Manohar in the lead roles with S. V. Ramadoss, A. Karunanidhi and K. K. Soundar in supporting roles. The film was ran successfully many centers in Madras. Konjum Kumari film was Modern Theatres 99th film.
Rajalakshmi assisted S. M. Subbaiah Naidu in Konjum Salangai. Both Jayalakshmi and Rajalakshmi as music directors by the name Soolamangalam Sisters, composed music for films like Dharisanam (1970), Tiger Thathachari (1974), Appodhe Sonnene Kettiya (1979) and Pillaiyar (1984). They also sang under their own compositions.
Ilayaraja later adapted "Maanguyile" as "Endhirayyo" for the Telugu film "Shiva Shankar" (2004). The song "Nandhavanathil Oru" was adapted by Yuvan Shankar Raja as "Muttathu Pakkathile" in "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" (2009). The song "Ooru Vittu Ooru Vandhu" was remixed by Natarajan Shankaran in "Kappal" (2014).
Sargam has sung more than 170 songs in Tamil, including "Snehithane" from "Alaipayuthey", "Mukundha Mukundha" from "Dasavathaaram", "Akkam Pakkam" from "Kireedam", "Konjum Mainakkale" from "Kandukondain Kandukondain" and "Swasame" from "Thenali". She also sang "Om Zaarare" from "Kuselan", along with Daler Mehndi and K. S. Chithra.
Goripalayam is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language drama film written and directed by "Mayandi Kudumbathar" fame Rasu Madhuravan. The film stars Vikranth, Harish, Ramakrishnan of "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" fame, Manivannan's son Raghuvannan and Poongodi in lead roles. The film released on 7 May 2010 to Moderate responses.
"Konjum Salangai" was released outside India with the original having subtitles in more than 22 languages by a British company. It was also dubbed into other languages and received a fair amount of notice from critics. The film marked a record for being the first Tamil film to be exhibited in Poland with a dubbed version.
Poomukhapadiyil Ninneyum Kaathu is a 1986 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Bhadran, starring Mammootty, Rahman, Srividya and newcomer Cicily in the lead roles. Mohanlal appeared as extended special appearance in negative role. The film was remade in Tamil as "Konjum Kili" with Raghuvaran and Srividya in the lead roles.
Konjum Salangai () is a 1962 Indian Tamil-language musical film directed by M. V. Raman. The film features Gemini Ganesan, Savitri, R. S. Manohar and Kumari Kamala in lead roles. The film, had musical score by S. M. Subbaiah Naidu and was released on 1962. The film was dubbed into Telugu as "Muripinche Muvvalu". This film was the first Tamil film to be fully taken in Technicolor.
In August 2007, following the success of his film "Chennai 600028" (2007), speculation over S. P. B. Charan's next production venture arose. While initial reports suggested that he would produce "Achchamundu! Achchamundu!", starring Sneha and Prasanna, Charan opted to produce a film titled "Aaranya Kaandam", to be directed by a newcomer Thiagarajan Kumararaja and starring newcomers. However, despite announcing the project, it was called off later that year and Charan started producing the film "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" in May 2008.
She migrated from dramas to the silver screen with the role of a heroine in the 1958 Tamil film "Maalayitta Mangai": Kavignar Kannadasan gave her the lead role this film. The first film in which she played the heroine the 1963 "Konjum Kumari". Then, she concentrated more on comedy from 1960. She was given equally challenging roles alongside the well known comedian Nagesh in 50 films.
MLV was also known for singing "Ayya Sami" in the 1951 film, "Or Iravu". This song was based on the song "Gore Gore" from the film "Samadhi", which was in turn based on the Latin American song "Chico Chico from Puerto Rico", from the film "Cuban Pete". In the 1952 film "Thayullam", MLV sang "Konjum Purave" which was based on the famous Hindi song, "Thandi Havayen".
Indira also worked as a heroine in the film "Konjum Kumari". The film also marked versatile actress Manorama raised to the status of heroine. The film made by editor-turned-director by G. Viswanathan. The film was Modern Theatres 100th film. T. R. Sundaram's last film. Indira worked along with Sivaji Ganesan and S. S. Rajendran in R. K. S. drama trope. Indira along with Sivaji Ganesan's stage play named as "Thenkkoodu".
Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum is a 2009 Indian Tamil drama film, directed by debutante Rajamohan, who earlier worked under renowned directors like A. Venkatesh and S. D. Vijay Milton, which stars newcomers Ramakrishnan and Thananya in lead roles. It is produced by SPB Charan under his banner Capital Film Works and has musical score by acclaimed music director Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film released on 24 April 2009 to Good responses.
There were only two films that was shot in Technicolor in Tamil Cinema. Veerapandiya Kattabomman (1959) was partly shot in Technicolor while the other scenes were shot in Geva Color. Konjum Salangai (1962) was Tamil Cinema's one and only full-length movie shot entirely in Technicolor. Technicolor lost its market in Tamil Cinema due to the price (which was expensive) and the entry of Eastman Color into Tamil Cinema.
K. J. Yesudas sang in Tamil for "Bommai" first (Music. S. Balachander), but the first released movie was "Konjum Kumari" (1964) music by Vedha. Many M. G. Ramachandran movies released 1972, had one or two songs rendered by K. J. Yesudas. He had sung 19 songs for M. G. Ramachandran alone. His first song for the M. G. Ramachandran movie (actually second if we consider he lent his voice for Chandrababu in "Parakkum Paavai") is "Thanga Thoniyile" from "Ulagam Sutrum Valiban" and his last song "Thendralil Aadum" from "Madhuraiyai Meetta Sundharapandiyan". In "Pallandu Vazhga" movie M. G. R. use Yesudas instead T. M. Soundararajan, most songs by K. J. Yesudas.
In the same year, T. R. Ramanna and T. R. Rajakumari started the RR Films. As the film Koondukkili was under production stage, TMS had originally been given a chance to sing only in a chorus. It should be noted that Koondukkili was the only film where MGR and Sivaji acted together. Tanjai Ramayah Dass was very impressed with the golden voice of TMS and asked the story and dialogue writer Vindhan to give a chance to TMS to sing a full solo. TMS sang "Konjum Kiliyana Pennai" under K. V. Mahadevan's composition for Sivaji Ganesan.