Synonyms for mampazham or Related words with mampazham

kilichundan              iniyum              vilikkunnu              noottandu              kaathirunna              iruvattam              cheppu              ennoru              mukhangal              varavu              kakkakuyil              illatha              njangalude              tharattu              virunnukari              visheshangal              kamaladalam              puthri              kalikkalam              nanmakal              vandanam              adimakal              nirangal              pareeksha              sasneham              ulladakkam              kannukal              kudumba              pennu              raavanaprabhu              kottunnu              thumbolarcha              orikkal              poocha              chembarathi              bhoomiyile              kshamichu              kodalu              sandhyakku              kaattu              chamayam              raavukal              ithile              manathe              pambaram              gajakesariyogam              nyayavidhi              rajavu              vilakkum              vishayam             

Examples of "mampazham"
Kilichundan Mampazham is a 2003 romantic comedy film directed by Priyadarshan. It features Mohanlal, Soundarya, Sreenivasan, Salim Kumar. The story is written by Sreenivasan and the screenplay and the dialogues was written by Priyadarshan.
The following year, Mohanlal, trying to change his action hero image, returned to comedic roles with "[[Kilichundan Mampazham]]", "[[Balettan]]", "[[Hariharan Pillai Happy Aanu]]" and "[[Mr. Brahmachari]]". "Kilichundan Mampazham", promoted as a comeback vehicle for the actor, received good reviews and box-office collection. "[[Balettan]]", directed by [[V. M. Vinu]], was also a commercial success. Mohanlal played the role of Athanipparambil Balachandran, a bank employee always willing to lend a helping hand to others, who is forced to hide many secrets after his father's death leading to his family's mistrust. In 2004, "[[Natturajavu]]" was his only commercial success and "[[Mambazhakkalam]]" became a hit.
Apart from being a writer Damodaran has acted in quite a few films, most noted roles being Hajiyar with Kalandan in Kilichundan Mampazham and as K P Hamsa in to name a few.These roles were given to him both as an appreciation to his action abilities as well as the respective directors respect to him.
On another occasion a son of an artist pestered him for a mango when that fruit was not in season. He would not take no for an answer. The Nayak ordered that gold mangoes be brought from the palace. The boy was content and allowed his father to continue the work undisturbed. From this incident the family came to be called the "Mampazham" family.
From the year 2002, he started churning out blockbusters in Tamil and Malayalam simultaneously, with "Dhil", "Run", "Dhool", "Ghilli" etc. in Tamil and "Meesha Madhavan", "Kilichundan Mampazham", "Pattalam", "C.I.D. Moosa" etc. in Malayalam.The song 'appadi podu' in Ghilli was accepted widely by all the listeners.Akshay Kumar brought the right of the song from Vidyasagar for the Hindi movie Boss. Every song of "Meesha Madhavan" was a colossal hit. The film too emerged as an all-time blockbuster.
Vineeth sreenivasan is the son of the famous actor and screenwriter Sreenivasan. He started off his film career as a playback singer for films. He made his debut singing "Kasavinte Thattamittu" for the film "Kilichundan Mampazham" (2003). He is also well known for music albums such as "Coffee @ Mg Road" (2008). Vineeth made his acting debut in ""Cycle"" (2008). His well-known performances include in films "Makante Achan "(2009), "Traffic" (2011), "Chappa Kurish "(2011), "Ormayundo Ee Mukham" (2014), "Oru Vadakkan Selfie" (2015), "Kunjiramayanam" (2015) and "Aby" (2017).
Priyadarshan's two films in Malayalam, "Kilichundan Mampazham" and "Vettom" released in 2003 and 2004 respectively, were commercial disappointments, which made him concentrate more in Bollywood. But at the same time, in Hindi, Priyadarshan continued his successful run with "Chup Chup Ke", "Bhagam Bhag", "Malamaal Weekly", "Dhol", "Bhool Bhulaiyaa", "De Dana Dan" and "Mere Baap Pehle Aap". But his subsequent films "Billu", "Bumm Bumm Bole", "Khatta Meeta", "Aakrosh" and "Tezz" failed to live up to the expectations. His most recent release "Rangrezz" also failed at the box-office.
His studies on Vailoppilli, a well known Malayalam poet, and especially the poems "Mampazham" and "Sahyante makan", using Freudian techniques attained wide acclaim. He was a staunch critic of communal organisations and he used a significant part of his oratory and writings to back Communist Party of India (Marx) in their ideological and material resistance against the invasion of fascist forces with venomous separatist aims in Tellicherry and Kerala. M.N.Vijayan, his wife and his residence at Dharmadam, Thalassey, provided a haven for people who faced psychological problems. With utmost affection Vijayan mash and his wife served them. He is the general editor of Nammute Sahityam Nammute Samooham (Our Society Our Literature), a four volume research book on literature and society of Kerala.
The current decade saw Ganesh Kumar emerge as a significant player on the political scene after his election to the Kerala State Legislative Assembly in 2001, and his accession to the ministerial chair the same year, followed by his dramatic exit in 2003 to accommodate his father and party supremo, R Balakrishna Pillai. His subsequent re-election in 2006, overcoming a Statewide pro-LDF wave, saw him firmly established as a rising star on the political firmament of the State. All this did not deter him from relentlessly pursuing his acting career. However, he seems to have chosen his roles with some measure of caution. Somewhere along the way, Ganesh Kumar abandoned the garb of the villain and took up the mantle of the good Samaritan, perhaps reflecting his societal roles and obligations. He acted in Pilots and Dada Sahib in the year 2000. In Kilichundan Mampazham (2003) he played the heroine's brother Ummer. In Vismayathumbathu (2004) Ganesh Kumar played a medical college professor. He also acted in Photographer (2006), Hello (2007), Chembada (2008) and Veruthe Oru Bharya (2008).