Synonyms for koottukudumbam or Related words with koottukudumbam

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Examples of "koottukudumbam"
Kottappurathe Koottukudumbam is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film directed by Pappan Naripatta and starring Vijayaraghavan and Urvashi in the lead roles.
Koottukudumbam is a 1969 Indian Malayalam film, directed by KS Sethumadhavan . The film stars Prem Nazir, Sathyan, Sheela and Sharada in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Meera is an Indian actress who has done Tamil-language and Malayalam-language films of nineties as a heroine as well as supporting actress. She is noted for her performance in lead roles in "Sukham Sukhakaram", "Kottappurathe Koottukudumbam" and "Amma Ammaayiyamma".
Pappan Narippatta (Padmanabhan) is an Indian film director in the Malayalam film industry.He hails from Narippatta in Kozhikode district, Kerala. He gained valuable experience by working as an associate to directors like Rajasenan, Kamal. Pappan Narippatta made his directorial debut with the family entertainer Kottappurathe Koottukudumbam in 1997. The second movie was Malabaril Ninnoru Manimaaran in 1998.
Songs by Yesudas with Devarajan master's music that became hits are : Ashtamudikkayalile – Manavatty (1964), Manikya Veena – Kattupookkal (1965), Kattadichu – Thulabharam (1968), Thangabhasma – Koottukudumbam (1969), Aayiram Padasarangal – Nadi (1969), Sangamam Sangamam – Triveni (1970), Omalale Kandu – Sindhoora Cheppu (1971), Chandralekha Kinnari;- C.I.D. Nazir (1971), Manushyan Mathangale Srishtichu – Achanum Bappayum (1972), Sankalppa Vrundaavanathil;- Taxi Car (1972), Indravallarippoo Choodivarum – Gandharava Kshetram (1972), Padmatheerthame Unaroo – Gayathri (1973). He sang most of his Malayalam songs in the music of Devarajan master - around 600, which is a record.
He debuted as an independent film director with "Veeravijaya", a Singhalese film in 1960. His first Malayalam film was "Jnanasundari", produced by T. E. Vasudevan under the banner of Associates Pictures based on a short story by Muttathu Varkey. He then went on to direct over 60 films including noted films "Odayil Ninnu, Daaham, Sthanarthi Saramma, Koottukudumbam, Vazhve Mayam, Ara Nazhika Neram, Anubhavangal Palichakal, Karakanakkadal, Achanum Bappayum, Punarjanmam, Chattakkari, Oppol" and "Marupakkam". His only Oriya film was "Manini".
In 1960, Kunchacko tried his hand in film direction with "Umma" which he followed with "Neeli Saali" and "Seetha". He went on to direct 40 films in his career of many genres including purana stories, "vadakkan pattu" stories, comedy films and social themed films. Some of his films are "Bharya, Unniyarcha, Palattukoman, Sakunthala, Pazhassiraja, Mainatheruvi Kolacase, Ponnapuram Kotta, Anarkali "and" Kannappanunni". His career in film direction went along with his career as film producer. He produced films directed by various directors like M. Krishnan Nair ("Agni Mrigam, Thara, Kattuthulasi"), A. Vincent ("Gandharva Kshethram"), Thoppil Bhasi ("Oru Sundariyude Katha, Ningalenne Communistakki"), K.S.Sethumadhavan(Koottukudumbam) and K. Raghunath ("Laura Neeyevide").
Her first movie was the film adaptation of"Koottukudumbam" directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan. In 1978 she married Bharathan, a noted Malayalam film director. She took a break from film acting for sometime, doing only a few films. The second era of her career started with "Kattathe Kilikkoodu" (1983) directed by her husband. During this time, she did many critically acclaimed roles including those in "Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam" (1986), "Ponn Muttyidunna Tharavu" (1988), "Mukunthetta Sumitra Vilikkunnu" (1988), "Vadakku Nooki Yanthram" (1989), "Dasharatham" (1989), "Venkalam" (1993), "Godfather" (1991), "Amaram" (1991), "Vietnam Colony" (1993), "Pavithram" (1993), "Manichitrathazhu" (1994), "Sphadikam" (1995), and "Aniyathi Pravu" (1997). She won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "Amaram" (1991), a film directed by her husband Bharathan.