Synonyms for kumaru or Related words with kumaru

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The Juruá and Uarini rivers flow north from the reserve, passing on either side of the Kumaru do Lago Ualá Indigenous Territory, to join the Solimões River.
She is the only child of Susantha Chandramali and Kumaru Liyanage. Her mother, Susantha Chandramali is a well renowned actress in Sri Lanka who is considered an icon in the Sri Lankan drama field for more than 25 years.
The film clashed with big release "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" but managed to collect 3.2 crore on opening day. On second day growth improvement collected 3.8 crore making 9.5 crore but lesser than "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". The made an average business during its first week collected 24 crore at the box office. The film did a good business in overseas.The film 6 weeks collection around worldwide 50 crore at the box office.The film successfully completed 50 days in 38 centers.
The failure of the film meant that he instead chose to portray characters in television serials, and appeared intermittently in Tamil films including the serial "Chellamay" (2004) and "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013).
Her next Tamil film was opposite G. V. Prakash Kumar again, with "Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru". "Blasting News" stated that "Nikki Gakrani was spectacular, and the trio literally captured the soft part of audience's hearts".
The satellite rights of the film were secured by STAR Vijay. The film was given a "U" certificate by the Indian Censor Board. The film released on 14 June 2013 alongside another comedy film "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". It released on 500+ screens worldwide.
The film opened to mixed reviews on 18 November 2016 and had an average run at the box office. The critic from The Hindu wrote it is "Rajesh’s seventh film and it’s amusing to see how little his cinema has evolved", while Rediff.com's critic stated that ""Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru" is a waste of time" and that the film "was plain annoying". Likewise, Behindwoods.com wrote "on the whole, Rajesh has followed his signature template, which looks very much usual and ordinary" and the critics from the New Indian Express suggested "if you decide to sit this one out, don’t worry you are not missing out on a lot". In contrast, a reviewer from Sify.com noted "To conclude, "Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru" is a watchable comedy entertainer and it might entertain if you don't worry much about logical loopholes and some blatant comedy sequences".
Amarnath received positive reviews for his work in "Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakathilaey" (2012), and was thus signed up by C. V. Kumar to collaborate on another venture. His work in Karthik Subbaraj's directorial debut "Pizza" (2012), won him critical acclaim and the Vijay Award for Best Cinematographer. He subsequently received a breakthrough and began working on bigger budget productions, teaming up with Sundar C for "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013) and "Aambala" (2015).
Dipteryx odorata (commonly known as "cumaru" or "kumaru") is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, Fabaceae. The tree is native to Central America and northern South America. Its seeds are known as tonka beans (sometimes tonkin beans or tonquin beans). They are black and wrinkled and have a smooth, brown interior. They have a strong fragrance similar to sweet woodruff ("Galium odoratum") due to their high content of coumarin.
She made her debut in Gautham Menon's 2012 bilingual films "Neethaane En Ponvasantham" and "Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu" appearing as Jenny, a friend of the character portrayed by Samantha. The actress has since played pivotal roles opposite N. Santhanam in Sundar C's "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" in "Malini 22 Palayamkottai" and the Telugu film "Ramayya Vasthavayya". She was seen in minor roles in both 2014 Pongal releases "Jilla" and "Veeram".
Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru () is a 2016 Indian Tamil romantic comedy film written and directed by M. Rajesh and produced by T. Siva. The film stars G. V. Prakash Kumar, Anandhi and Nikki Galrani in the leading roles, while Prakash Raj and RJ Balaji play supporting roles. The film began during March 2016. The movie released on 18 November 2016 and received mixed reviews from critics.
Sundar C. announced that he would collaborate with UTV Motion Pictures for another film after the success of "Kalakalappu". Siddharth and Hansika are the lead pair of the film after the Telugu film "Oh My Friend". The film is titled as "Theeya velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" derived from the dialogue from "Pudhupettai" and it would also be made simultaneously in Telugu as "Something Something" with Brahmanandam playing Santhanam's role. This is Santhanam's third film with Sundar C.
This film received positive reviews from critics and audience. Moviecrow rated it 3/5 stating that ""TVSK" works because of Sundar C.'s rich experience and ability to mix various comedy elements and commercial formula with strong backing from a bevy of lead actors and comedians". Rediff wrote:"Theeya Velai Seyyanum Kumaru fails on many counts, the primary being the lead actors and their lackluster performance, the film is still quite boring and predictable". In wrote:"Overall, "TVSK" is an average rom-com with few good laughs". Behindwoods wrote:"To sum up, "TVSK" is bound to continue the long-lasting trend of well-made comedy movies striking it big at the box-office".
The following candidates were elected: Sittampalam Thurairajah (TNA), 6,520 preference votes (pv); Kanapathipillai Yogarasa (TNA), 2,019 pv; Jekarathnam Sitsabanathan (TNA), 1,682 pv; Sinnapodian Ratnasingam (TNA), 1,671 pv; Kanthasamy Piratheepan (TNA), 1,613 pv; Velan Kanthaiah (TNA), 1,611 pv; Rasaiah Theiventhirampillai (TNA), 1,521 pv; Kanthaiah Asokalingam (TNA), 1,349 pv; Sankaran Thankarasa (TNA), 1,327 pv; Rajenthiram Yanaki (TNA), 1,212 pv; Vijayaratnam Edwin Danial (TNA), 1,131 pv; Rasaiah Matheeswaran (TNA), 1,090 pv; Kumaru Sarvananthan (UNP), 941 pv; Alagaiya Dias Emmanuel (UPFA), 712 pv; and Sathasivam Gnanalingam (UPFA), 682 pv.
Hansika Motwani is an Indian actress who predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu films. She made her film debut in the Telugu film "Desamuduru" (2007), winning the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South. She then appeared in a couple of high-budget Telugu films, including "Kantri" (2008) and "Maska" (2009). She started her career in Tamil cinema with "Mappillai" (2011) and then appeared in several commercially successful Tamil films including "Engeyum Kadhal" (2011), " Velayudham" (2011), "Oru Kal Oru Kannadi" (2012), "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013) and "Maan Karate" (2014).
1st-person/exclusive pronouns are formed in "ha", inclusive with "ka", 2nd person with "hi", and 3rd with "in". Dual number is indicated by the suffix "-a", and plural by "-wan". Masculine and feminine are distinguished in the 3rd person. Alienable possession is indicated by the suffix "-kte" or "-kate" on the possessor ("Kumaru-kte tahu" "Kumaru's spoon"), and inalienable possession by juxtaposition ("dinoxo kuʃ" "the girl's head", "ha kuʃ" "my head"). Suffixes are used to mark ergative ("-ts" for 1sg, otherwise "-ek/-ak"), dative, locative, allative, comitative, and instrumental case.
Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru (English: You have got to work like fire, Kumar!) is a 2013 Tamil romantic comedy film co-produced and directed by Sundar C. and produced by Kushboo Sundar starring Siddharth, Hansika Motwani and Ganesh Venkatraman, with Santhanam as a comedian. The film was simultaneously shot in Telugu language as "Something Something", in which Brahmanandam replaces Santhanam for the Telugu version. The shoot started in January 2013. The film released on 14 June 2013 to positive reviews and became a commercial success.
Something Something is a 2013 Telugu romantic comedy film directed by Sundar C. which stars Siddharth, Hansika Motwani and Brahmanandam in the lead roles and Rana Daggubati and Samantha Ruth Prabhu together in cameo appearances. The film was simultaneously shot in Tamil language as "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" with Santhanam replacing Brahmanandam in the Tamil version. Music is composed by C. Sathya and Gopi Amarnath handled the Cinematography while award winning duo Praveen K. L. and N. B. Srikanth were the editors for the film. The film, along with the Tamil version, released on 14 June 2013 worldwide.
Director M. Rajesh and actor-composer G. V. Prakash Kumar announced that they would collaborate for a new comedy film during early November 2015, after the director had been impressed with the actor's performance in "Trisha Illana Nayanthara" (2015). Titled "Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru" after a dialogue from Selvaraghavan's "Pudhupettai" (2006), Rajesh signed on actresses Nikki Galrani and Avika Gor to play the film's leading female roles after Priya Anand and Keerthy Suresh were linked to the project. T. Siva agreed to produce the film, while actors RJ Balaji and Prakash Raj joined the cast of the film in early 2016.
Kumaru’ or ‘Kumar’ for short, is K. Kumar's given name (first name). ‘K’ stands for ‘Krishnan Nair’, his maternal uncle. Matrilineality was a tradition of Kerala and it was customary to attach the name of the maternal uncle to a child's first name as 'patronymic'. Kumarji was the eldest son of a traditional Nair family in the Elanthoor village of Pathanamthittadistrict, Kerala, (the Kaduvinal-Thazhayamannil Tharavad). His father, Shri K. Padmanabhan Nair, was a powerful social figure who also was a "Parvathyakar" of great standing under the Princely State of Travancore. A close friend of the High-court-judge-turned veteran freedom-activist Changanassery Parameswaran Pillai (1877–1940), and teacher-turned advocates and judges Sankaravelil Parameswaran Pillai and Vaikom Narayana Pillai, he shared a balanced outlook on the socio-political realities surrounding the British-driven Princely State. His mother was Kunju Pennamma. Friends and colleagues close to ‘Kumaru’ called him ‘Kumar’, ‘Kumarji’ or later on ‘Bapu’. He also a contemporary of Mannathu Padmanabha Pillai and help him in making Nair Service Society a reality. Mannathu Padmanabhan also help him back by participating in Kumar's political campaigns. Many early references to him may appear simply as "Kumar" or "Kumarji".