Synonyms for koottam or Related words with koottam

kaattu              meendum              njaan              varusham              vandha              kalyaanam              theerpu              kavalai              thaai              ithu              mattum              paravaigal              othiri              varai              raavukal              thottu              ulagam              mandhira              kavithai              raasa              vendum              neeyum              veliye              adimaigal              pudhu              konjum              marikkumo              yaanai              ninne              sonnal              nenjirukkum              kunguma              sookshikkuka              kaatru              poocha              savaal              uravu              iniyum              samsaram              geetham              avalude              thedi              thalaivan              kizhakku              paravai              samaali              neeye              kalloori              thathamme              velai             

Examples of "koottam"
He has two films that are presently ready for release, titled "Graghanam" and "Rupai (film)". He has started shooting for his next movie titled "Thittam Pottu Thirudura Koottam".
Sri Sellandi Amman temple is situated in Keelsathambur, for a group of peoples known as Vellaiyan Koottam that belong to Kongu Vellalar Community.
Anniyamman temple is located in Cheri Ayyampettai. It is primarily worshipped by Saravathur koottam of Sengunthar community. Wikimapia Location of Anniyamman Temple
Thaanaa Serndha Koottam () is an upcoming Tamil-language action-thriller film written and directed by Vignesh Shivan and produced by K. E. Gnanavel Raja.
Chennai Koottam is Malayalam and Tamil movie written and directed by Lohith Madhav. Sreejith Vijay, Sinil Sainudheen, Raja, Archana Krishna, Lima, Che Tamil, and Gayatri do the main roles.
He made his debut in 2011 through the Malayalam film "Living Together". He shot to fame doing the lead role in Rathinirvedam, a remake of old Malayalam superhit Rathinirvedam. His latest film is Chennai Koottam, directed by journalist Lohit Madhav.
In 2013, Prakash Kumar launched his own production house under the name "GV Prakash Kumar Productions". His first film, "Madha Yaanai Koottam" was directed by Vikram Sugumaran a former assistant of Balu Mahendra.
"Paayasam", "Ormathettukal", "Thaavalam, Theranjedutha Kadhakal", "Midhunachoodu, Alamalakalil, Neerchuzhi, Thakkol Koottam, Vandikal Neengunnu, Karuutha Njaayaraazhcha, Orila Kozhiyunnu, Idavela, Avalku chuttum Kadal, Kochu dukham", "Mazha, Oru Chitravum Randu Kathukalum, Kadal Manushyan, Happy Birthday."
Kathir is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil language films. He made his breakthrough playing the lead role in "Madha Yaanai Koottam" (2013), before gaining critical acclaim for his performance in "Kirumi" (2015).
Koottam is a 2013 Telugu-Tamil bilingual action thriller film by debutant director M Jeevan, a protégé of noted Indian director Ram Gopal Varma. The Telugu version "Dalam" was produced by M. Sumanth Kumar Reddy under the banner of Mammoth Media & Entertainment and released in the first week of 15 August 2013, while Koottam, the Tamil version, will release in 2014. The film starring *Kishore, Naveen Chandra, Nassar, Abhimanyu Singh, Piaa Bajpai tells the story of a group of former naxals and their struggles against the police and politicians when they start their lives afresh from Jail.
The first ever television programme in Malayalam was a children's play entitled "Oru Koottam Urumbukal"-ഒരു കൂട്ടം ഉറുമ്പുകൾ (A Group of Ants) presented by Rangaprabhath Children's Theatre, Venjarammood, Kerala under the leadership of Mr.Kochunarayana Pillai. The play was written by legendary writer and academician in Malayalam Drama, Mr.G.Sankara Pillai. This first ever television programme in Malayalam was created and produced by A.Anwar, one of the legendary TV Directors and Producers in Malayalam. 'Oru Koottam Urumbukal' was aired at 6.30 pm on 2 January 1985. The duration of this children's play was 15 minutes.
Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam is a 1986 Malayalam film written by Sreenivasan and directed by Sibi Malayil. It stars Mohanlal, Menaka, Jagathy Sreekumar, Nedumudi Venu, Mamukkoya, Sukumari, Kunjandi, Sreenivasan, Innocent and K. P. A. C. Sunny in major roles. It won the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues.
Salt Mango Tree is a 2015 Malayalam-language Indian comedy drama film directed by Rajesh Nair, starring Biju Menon, Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli and Suhasini Maniratnam. The film released on 6 November 2015 and its title was inspired by the Mohanlal starrer "Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam". The movie is a remake of 2014 Bengali movie "Ramdhanu".
In 2012 she was seen in Pandiraj's "Marina", and Sundar C's "Kalakalappu". Her next release was "Sillunu Oru Sandhippu", opposite Vimal. She also appeared in "Moodar Koodam", "Madha Yaanai Koottam" and "Pulivaal". In 2014, she signed her first Bollywood project "Jaat", besides a Tamil film, "Seeni".
Madha Yaanai Koottam () is a 2013 Indian Tamil family drama-thriller film written and directed by Vikram Sugumaran who was a former assistant of Balu Mahendra and dialogue writer of "Aadukalam". The film produced by G. V. Prakash Kumar features newcomer Kathir and Oviya in the lead roles. The film's soundtrack and background score were composed by N. R. Raghunanthan.
The temple, has over the years built up a reputation of being managed well. At the head of the management is the trustee who is assisted by representatives of the various Kittangis. The Trusteeship is rotated annually amongst the representatives of the Kittangis. Important decisions regarding the temple are made at a gatjhering of the entire Chettiar community called the Nagara Koottam.
Rediff wrote "Vikram Sukumaran’s "Madha Yaanai Koottam" reveals in great detail the rites and rituals followed after death and how pride, anger and vengeance can only lead to senseless violence and death". International Business Times wrote "Commendable Effort by Director Vikram Sugumaran", while Sify wrote, "Vikram Sugumaran has made a decent first film. He is a good writer." Behindwoods wrote, " MYK has tense and gripping sequences. Vikram Sugumaran’s debut isn’t a bad watch". Indiaglitz wrote, ""Madha Yaanai Koottam" is a heavy story, with intermediate dark comedy relief on a different genre of entertainment; the film, on the whole, is commendable." "The Hindu" wrote, "The film is hopelessly dark". The movie has received good rating from the viewers on the opening week.
Behindwoods gave 1 star out of 5 and wrote, "The plot had the potential to be woven into an interesting tale, had only the director made an attempt to impart some airtight packaging in the content. KNK very slowly unravels, takes various detours in its path, the scenes and dialogues get boring and the concept flounders. The connection of the audience with the characters does not happen and the amateurish performance of most of the artists further adds up to this factor". Indiaglitz wrote, "Kudos to Sri Balaji and Vishnu for rendering a movie that is entertaining and light without any overdose of emotions. If you are not looking for a serious stuff, 'Kullanari Koottam' may be the right choice to spend few hours of your weekend". Deccan Herald wrote, "Rendered in a lackadiscal fashion, Sribalaji’s "Kullanari Koottam" is not the proverbial entertainer and falls flat in its intentions with nothing to write home about".
"Malarvadi Koottam" (Malarvadi guys) are a bunch of trouble makers in the Manassery village. They even act as goons for a Communist party, named Labour Party. The first half of the film is about the pointless lives of these five led by Prakashan(Nivin Pauly). Prakashan has a fiery temperament; he would do anything for the people he loves, for the cause he believes in.
Kalaiyarasan, a graduate in Computer Applications from SRM University, initially began work as an actor with Parthy Bhaskar's "Arjunan Kadhali" in 2008, but the film remains unreleased. He then worked with director Myshkin on two ventures, "Nandalala" (2010) and "Mugamoodi" (2012), and credits the film maker as his mentor. He also played small roles in Ranjith's directorial debut "Attakathi" (2012), playing the suitor to the heroine, as well as in Vikram Sugumaran's "Madha Yaanai Koottam" (2013).