Synonyms for kuttappan or Related words with kuttappan

paramu              kaathirunna              adimakal              rajappan              kuttyedathi              appunni              varavu              krishnankutty              prameela              tharattu              sundaran              anandha              govindankutty              narayanankutty              sookshikkuka              pappan              ninakku              ambili              balagopalan              maathu              maniyan              philomina              karyam              cheppu              divasam              kudumba              pathram              thacholi              saramma              rajavu              njan              rahasyam              sambhavam              pothuval              ponnu              sriman              vakkeel              vilasini              iniyum              muthalali              kamalam              zeenath              theerpu              thedi              thirumathi              kochu              manathe              pattalam              thumbolarcha              vilikkunnu             

Examples of "kuttappan"
The folk songs in the movie are done by C. J. Kuttappan.
Thiranottam is the tale of Kuttappan, a mentally disabled servant and the life around him.
The music was composed by Sunny Stephen and lyrics was written by Mariamma John and CJ Kuttappan.
His last film "Kuttappan Sakshi" ("Kuttappan, the Witness", 2002) begins in the pre-independence era when the communist movement was coming up in Kerala and inspiring poor peasants and other workers to raise their voice against the feudalism and the exploitation of the Nampoothiris.
Parayamparanbil Kuttappan Biju (born 3 April 1974) is an Indian politician. He is a member of the Indian Parliament, and currently represents Alathur (Lok Sabha constituency).
Swami Hritambarananda, General Secretary of Sivagiri Dharmasangom Trust is the present Manager of the school. Mrs. Lariza Kuttappan is the Principal of the school.
Nine songs of the movie were composed by M. Jayachandran. The songs were penned by Bichu Thirumala, A.K. Lohithadas, Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri & C.J. Kuttappan.
C. J. Kuttappan is the former Chairman of Kerala Folklore Academy. He is an acclaimed folklore singer from Thiruvalla, Pathanamthitta District, Kerala.
Pichathy Kuttappan is a 1979 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Venu. The film stars Prem Nazir, Jayan, Sheela and Sharada in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. Raghavan.
Rahul Raj described the film's songs as "Britney Spears meets Kathakali!". The singers for "Bachelor Party" include actress Remya Nambeesan and singer Shreya Ghoshal working besides "fresh voices for fresh tunes" including C. J. Kuttappan, master of the Thayillam folk song group and singer Sunil Mathai, whom the composer calls the "Kailash Kher of Mollywood".
Mohanlal made his acting debut in 1978 with the film "[[Thiranottam]]" which was produced and made by Mohanlal and his friends[[Maniyan Pilla Raju]], Suresh Kumar, Unni, [[Priyadarshan]], Ravi Kumar and few others. Mohanlal played Kuttappan, a mentally disabled servant. Due to some issues in censorship, the film was not released in time, it took 25 years to release the film.
The first President of Thuravoor Panchayat was P.O. Jose. Current President is Anitha Kuttappan. Nearest Railway station is Angamaly. Cochin International Airport is situated 8 km from Thuravoor. Angamaly-Manjapra Road and Kalady-Mookkannoor Road are the major roads passing through the panchayat.
News of his sentencing brings together all those who were close to him: Bhavani, Gopalan, Kuttappan, so also Parvathy and her family, who truly lament the loss of their beloved hero. The sentence is carried out. Bhavani and Gopalan bear the body back home in a rented car (for which they had mortgaged their land and house).
He started his basic lessons in music from his father, who was a Nadaswaram maestro, musician and composer (also known as Kocchu Kuttappan of the Thiruvalla Brothers). Later he joined the Swati Thirunal College of Music, Trivandrum, Kerala, and took his Ganabhooshanam and Ganapraveena degrees in music under the guidance of noted violinist Chalakkudy Narayana Swamy.
Thiranottam is a Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Ashok Kumar and produced by Sasheendran made in 1978, starring Chandra Mohan, Ravikumar, Maniyanpilla Raju, Mohanlal and Renu Chandra in their debut roles. Mohanlal played Kuttappan, a mentally disabled servant in the movie. The film was completed and censored, but was not released immediately.
Amidst these several caricatures, most of which serve no definite purpose, one surprisingly stands out. Kuttappan (Kochu Preman), the blind man who hops into a car to show the guests their way is an eye-opener. He is there on almost every scene and there are quite a few occasions when this diminutive man throws in some big surprises at us.The movie was a surprise hit at the box office due to its low cost and satellite revenues.
Shyam (Mohanlal), is a silver tongued but essentially likeable weasel. He's a flirt, engaged to Sreekutty (Menaka). He doesn't have much luck with women, or his career, but when a bunch of opportunists seem to pop into his life with all kinds of dreamy offers, he bites. Suddenly, he finds himself stirring an ambitious fiancee soup, dating three air hostesses introduced to him by Lambodharan (Soman), and driving cars he doesn't own with the help of his friend, driver Kuttappan (Maniyanpilla Raju).
Pazhampillichal village is a migratory habitation only, in strict sagaciousness. In 1972, few families from other early-settled Idukki towns and villages under the leadership of Sri, M.C. Kuttappan, Sri. Mathew, Sri. Maniyanattu Varghese (Kallippara Varghese) and Sri. C. K. Govindhan (They were from VDCL) migrated to the forest, but the state forest officials ousted and dislodged them away. But later in 1974 they came again and settled naming the possession of lands as Pazhampillichal. But they were severely punished by legal authorities against the possession of forest land and many of them were jailed.
Venjaramood Vasudevan Nair Suraj is born as the youngest son among three children of Venjaramood Vasudevan Nair, a retired soldier with the Indian Army and Vilasini, a housewife. He was called by his father, mother and relatives by the name "Kuttappan". His elder brother V. V. Saji is currently serving in the Indian Army. His elder sister Sujatha is married and settled in Thiruvananthapuram. Suraj also wanted to serve the Army after completing his Secondary School Leaving Certificate, but had to give up as he broke his arm by falling from a bicycle. He had his primary education from K.V.M.L.P.S, Venjaramoodu. He completed his Mechanical course from Attingal Government ITI and turned to mimicry acting soon after that. His breakthrough came when he acted in "Jagapoka", a comedy program which was broadcast on Kairali TV.
Mikhael (Innocent) is a family man and good Christian who lives in the mostly tranquil village of Odaangara, with his wife Aleyamma (KPAC Lalitha). They have two daughters, Mollykutty (Ranjini) and Susie and a son, Kuttappan. They have been involved in a long-standing dispute with their neighbour, Kanjirappalli Paappan (Prathapachandran), who wants to buy their land so that his bungalow would have a better front view and a road for his car. Paappan's ruthless son, Jimmy (Babu Antony) is all for ejecting them by force, while Paappan is wary of what Aleyamma's siblings, the Uppukandam Brothers, who are infamous thugs, might do in retaliation. When negotiations fail, Paappan resorts to underhanded tactics and scuttles Mollykutty's marriage proposal to Kuzhiyil Joy (Ravi Vallathol) and beats up Mikhael who questions it. Aleyaamma get her brothers involved, and Paappan and his son are beaten and humiliated by the Uppukandam brothers, led by Korah (Sukumaran) the eldest. Later, Joy visits Mollykutty and expresses his interest in her.