Synonyms for manithan or Related words with manithan

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Examples of "manithan"
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After a fortnight, Kumar met Balachander in Chennai and watched "Uyarndha Manithan" again for a second time to study his character. This time, however, Kumar hesitated to portray Ganesan's role and requested Balachander to direct the remake of "Babu" (1971). Balachander showed concern with Kumar's change of heart and refused the offer, leading to both the remakes of "Uyarndha Manithan" and "Babu" being shelved.
"Naan Sigappu Manithan" is based on the American film "Death Wish" (1975) and its sequel "Death Wish II" (1982). According to "Jump Cut", one factor that differentiates "Naan Sigappu Manithan" from those films is the "unleashing of nationalist angst in a climactic courtroom drama scene".
Adhisaya Manithan (),() is a 1990 Tamil Horror film produced by Thakkali C Seenivasan and directed by Velu Prabhakaran. It is a sequel to Nalaya Manithan. The film has Gouthami in the lead role along with bunch of known faces. The film released to negative reviews and boomed at the box office.
"Gundamma Katha" was remade in Tamil as "Manithan Maravillai" (1962) by Vijaya Vauhini Studios. Chakrapani directed the remake and Gemini Ganesan reprised Rama Rao from the original. M. S. Sundari Bai, K. Sarangkapani, and E. R. Sahadev reprised the roles of Suryakantam, Ramana Reddy and Kaleswara Rao respectively. "Manithan Maravillai" was Nageswara Rao's 100th film as an actor; "Gundamma Katha" became a notable film for both Rama Rao and Nageswara Rao as they completed 100 films as actors with two versions of the same film. Unlike the original film, "Manithan Maravillai" was a commercial failure.
He presented a musical sequence ("Dhairiyamaga Sol Nee Manithan...") where we see five of MGR in the screen at the same time.
MGR sketched this song ("Dhairiyamaga Sol Nee Manithan...") together with Jayalalidha, a small choreography on an instrumental piece from the composer M.S.Visuwanadhan, in "Whistlings, Sips and Drunkenness".
The film received mostly positive reviews and was a hit at the Box - Office. A sequel by name "Adhisaya Manithan" was made with Gouthami in the lead role.
Ahmed directed his next Tamil-language movie titled "Manithan", released in 2016 and had a genre of legal thriller. The film featured an ensemble cast, including Udhayanidhi Stalin, Hansika Motwani, Radha Ravi, Prakash Raj, and Vivek. It is an official remake of Subhash Kapoor's Hindi film "Jolly LLB" (2013), which itself being loosely based on the 1999 Delhi hit-and-run case. The story of "Manithan" revolves around a struggling lawyer in his hometown, comes to Chennai to become successful. He goes all out against a wealthy man in a hit-and-run case hoping that the publicity would help his business. The story was slightly altered from a comedy-drama genre in the original to a drama-thriller theme in "Manithan". Manithan was released on 29 April 2016 to extremely positive reviews. At present he is scripting for his next feature film.
Velu Prabhakaran began as a cinematographer before making his directorial debut with the 1989 horror film "Nalaya Manithan", before also directing its sequel "Adhisaya Manithan" (1990). He then made two more consecutive action films under R. K. Selvamani's production in "Asuran" and "Rajali", with both becoming box office failures. He then worked on action films with lead characters, who often featured as a revolutionary, making "Kadavul" (1997), "Sivan" (1999) and "Puratchikkaaran" (2000).
Chandrasekar has directed over 70 movies in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi. Some of his hits include "Vetri", "Naan Sigappu Manithan", and "Mutham". He also directed some Telugu movies such as "Chattaniki Kallu Levu" with Chiranjeevi. Most of his movies are with Vijayakanth. He has appeared in supporting roles in some movies like "Naan Sivappu Manithan". Directors S. Shankar, M. Rajesh, Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam fame Ponram and Ya Ya fame I. Rajasekaran had worked with him as assistants.
Arjai, previously credited as Prinz Nithik is an Indian film actor, who has appeared in Tamil language films. He has appeared as the antagonist in films including "Naan Sigappu Manithan" (2014) and "Masss" (2015).
The film released 14 January 1989 to positive reviews and was commercially successful at the Box - Office and which made the producers to come up with the sequel "Adhisaya Manithan".
Uttar Purush is a 1966 Bengali film directed by Chitrakar. It stars Vasant Choudhury, Rabi Ghosh, Anup Kumar and Amar Mullick. The film was remade as "Uyarndha Manithan" (1968) in Tamil and "Anubandham" (1984) in Telugu.
The film was screened alongside other Rajini films - "Pokkiri Raja", "Paayum Puli" and "Manithan" at Albert theatre as a part of film festival during Rajinikanth's birthday on 12 December 2013.
Thiru () is an Indian film director who has worked on Tamil films. He has directed three films "Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai" (2010), "Samar" (2013) and "Naan Sigappu Manithan" (2014) all starring Vishal.
Maya Manithan (English: Magical man) is a 1958 Indian Tamil language film produced and directed by T. P. Sundaram. The film featured Sriram, S. A. Asokan, and Chandrakantha in the lead roles.
Pudhu Manithan (English: Newman) is a 1991 Tamil drama film directed by Manivannan. The film features Sathyaraj, Bhanupriya and Sarath Kumar in lead roles. The film's musical score was by Deva and was released on 22 March 1991.
Ganesan's biographer T. S. Narayanswami included "Uyarndha Manithan" in his list of Ganesan's "all-time greats". In March 2009, Sharadha Narayanan of "The New Indian Express" rated Sundarrajan's performance in the film among his other noted films in which he featured like "Vennira Aadai" (1965), "Major Chandrakanth" (1966) and "Gnana Oli". In her review of the 2011 film "Seedan", Malathi Rangarajan of "The Hindu" said that the premise of the film was "on the lines of Sivaji Ganesan's poignant "Uyarndha" ["Manithan"]". "Uyarndha Manithan" was included with other Sivaji Ganesan-starrers in the compilation DVD "8th Ulaga Adhisayam Sivaji", featuring Ganesan's "iconic performances in the form of scenes, songs and stunts". It was released in May 2012.
The film Gundamma Katha is partially inspired by Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Gundamma Katha film has received the Filmfare Award for Best Film - Telugu. The film was remade in same year for Tamil as Manithan Maravillai. Gemini Ganesan replace N. T. Rama Rao in Tamil version. The Producer Chakrapani credited with direction of the Tamil version of Gundamma Katha as Manithan Maravillai tasted failure unlike the Stupendous success of the original Telugu version. "Gundamma Katha is regarded as the last film of Vijaya Golden Age".