Synonyms for marupakkam or Related words with marupakkam

paravaigal              kaaval              vandha              vendum              theerpu              oomai              meendum              iddaru              kavithai              geetham              varusham              sandhyakku              thavaru              vayasu              mattum              ennai              raasa              bandham              gaanam              paasam              ninne              iniyavale              vizhigal              poovum              thedi              sneham              koottam              alaigal              marumagal              samsaram              sivappu              konjum              kaattu              velai              ithu              mookkuthi              poocha              neeye              kavalai              kunguma              idhaya              swapnam              rendum              thathamme              yamagola              pudhu              poguthae              mandhira              kaakkum              pillalu             



Examples of "marupakkam"
"Marupakkam" (1991) directed by K.S. Sethu Madhavan, is based on his novel "Uchi Veyyil", and won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film.
Neethiyin Marupakkam is a 1985 Indian Tamil film directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar and produced by Shoba Chandrasekhar. The film features Vijayakanth, Radhika, Vadivukkarasi and V. K. Ramasamy in lead roles. The film, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja.
Parvaiyin Marupakkam (English: Other side of the eye sight) is a 1982 Indian Tamil thriller film directed by K.M.Balakrishnan, starring Vijayakanth in the lead role. The film explores the concept of Hypnotism, and has an ensemble cast including M. N. Nambiar, Sripriya, Sivachandran and Silk Smitha. Parthiban and Rohini in the early stage of their career, did supporting roles in this film.
His film "Achanum Bappayum" won the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration, a part of National Film Awards, in 1973. His Tamil film "Marupakkam" won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in 1991. Thus it became the first Tamil film to win the award, the feat was repeated by "Kanchivaram" in 2007.
Feature films were awarded at All India as well as regional level. For 38th National Film Awards, a Tamil film, "Marupakkam" won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas a Hindi film, "Lekin..." won the maximum number of awards (5). Following were the awards given in each category:
Marupakkam "(The Other Side)" (1990) is an award-winning drama feature film directed by K.S. Sethu Madhavan. The film is in Tamil with English subtitles. The film is based on Tamil novel, "Uchi Veyyil" written by Indira Parthasarathy. It stars Sivakumar, Jayabharathi, and Radha. The film's music is composed by L. Vaidyanathan.
Nirakkoottu (Malayalam: നിറക്കൂട്ട്‌) is a 1985 Malayalam film directed by Joshy, written by Dennis Joseph, and starring Mammootty. The music was by Shyam. It was remade in Tamil as "Manithanin Marupakkam" starting Sivakumar and in Kannada as Sathya Jyothi starring Vishnuvardhan and Sumalatha. The movie was commercially successful.
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".
Nagaram Marupakkam () is a 2010 Indian Tamil action film co-produced written and directed by Sundar C., who himself plays the lead role. Co-produced by his wife Kushboo, the film also stars Anuya Bhagvath and Vadivelu in pivotal roles and features music by Thaman. Sundar's first directorial after five years, "Nagaram" released on 19 November 2010, it is based on the 1993 American movie Carlito's Way .
The Government owned Doordarshan is running a Tamil channel by name “Pothigai”. In this channel Balan is conducting a program by name “Velichatin Marupakkam” meaning “the other side of the light”. In this program Balan has interviewed several persons who are physically challenged but achieved or achieving great things in life. Balan has received thousands of congratulating letters and people call it as a wonderful program. So far 300 episodes of this program were aired in “Pothigai”.
Launched in October 2010 Sathiyam offers round the clock coverage of news & happenings of public interest. Sathiyam also offers news based investigative shows such as Urakka Solvoem, X-Ray Paarvai, discussion shows such as Sathiyam Saathiyamae, Kelvi Kanaigal, public interest shows such as Urimai Kural, Theriyuma Idhu and history based shows such as Varalaattril Indru. Sathiyam also telecasts documentary content such as Varalaattrin Marupakkam, produced and licensed by BBC. Between 10 PM and 7:30 AM, Sathiyam telecasts Gospel content produced by all leading Evangelical Ministries in India.
The Government of Tamil Nadu conferred Balan with the “Kalaimamani” award and the citation was given to Balan by the then Tamil Nadu Governor Ms. Fathima Beevi. The then Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Karunanidhi presented the shawl and gave him the “Thanga Pathakam” (Gold Award). Balan launched Tamil Nadu's first Internet Radio channel, "World Tamil News", in 2001. He currently presents a television program "Velichatin Marupakkam" meaning "the other side of the light" on Podhigai TV. So far 300 episodes of this program were aired in "Pothigai".
Manithanin Marupakkam (Tamil: மனிதனின் மறுபக்கம்; English: Other side of man) is a 1986 Indian Tamil suspense murder mystery film, directed by K. Rangaraj and produced by G. Thyagarajan and G. Saravanan. The film stars Sivakumar, Radha, Jayashree and Jai Jagadish in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja. The film was a remake of Malayalam film "Nirakkoottu".Ravi Varma(Sivakumar), who sentenced to life prison for murdering his wife Kala(Radha), tell his story to his wife's Sister Sujatha(Jayashree), a news reporter, about the true story of what happened.
Amudhan R. P. ( (Puṣpam Rāmaliŋkam Amutaņ), born 1971 in Madurai) is a documentary film maker and media activist. Along with local youth, he founded Marupakkam, a media activism group that is involved with making documentaries, organising regular screenings, film festivals and media workshops in and around Madurai. He has been making documentaries since 1997. His prominent films include two trilogies on caste and nuclear radiation. 'Shit' has won the best film award at the One Billion Eyes film festival in 2005 and the National Jury Award at the MIFF 2006.
Vaidyanathan started his career as an Assistant music director to G. K. Venkatesh and composed the score for over 170 films in languages including Tamil and Kannada. His notable works include "Pesum Padam", "Ezhavathu Manithan", "Dasaratham" and "Marupakkam" in Tamil and "Aparichita", "Kubi Matthu Iyala", "Ondu Mutthina Kathe" in Kannada. He was one of the best music arrangers in the country and was known for his use of rare and unknown instruments, subtly mixing sounds from the mandolin, flute and violin with various folk percussion instruments before the advent of present-day technological advances in sound mixing. He collaborated with C.Ashwath and composed music for many Kannada movies in the name Ashwath-Vaidi.
In 2003, he directed two films "Winner" and "Anbe Sivam". The former was successful and the comedy scenes from that film became hugely popular. However the latter despite being critically acclaimed, the film was under performed but became a cult classic. After directing "Rendu" (2006), Sundar took a break from directing in order to concentrate on acting career. He made his acting debut as lead actor with "Thalainagaram" (2006) which was well received. Except "Thalainagaram", his other films as lead actor received negative reviews and performed poorly at box-office. He then made a comeback as a director with "Nagaram Marupakkam" (2010).
Many Tamil-language films have premiered or have been selected as special presentations at various film festivals across the globe, such as Mani Ratnam's "Kannathil Muthamittal", Vasanthabalan's "Veyyil" and Ameer Sultan's" Paruthiveeran". "Kanchivaram" (2009) was selected to be premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Tamil films have been a part of films submitted by India for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language on eight occasions, next only to Hindi. Mani Ratnam's "Nayagan" (1987) was included in Time magazine's "All-TIME" 100 best movies list. In 1991, "Marupakkam" directed by K.S. Sethu Madhavan, became the first Tamil film to win the National Film Award for Best Feature Film, the feat was repeated by "Kanchivaram" in 2007.
Many Tamil-language films have premiered or have been selected as special presentations at various film festivals across the globe, such as Mani Ratnam's "Kannathil Muthamittal", Vasanthabalan's "Veyyil" and Ameer Sultan's" Paruthiveeran". "Kanchivaram" (2009) was selected to be premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Tamil films have been a part of films submitted by India for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language on eight occasions, next only to Hindi. Mani Ratnam's "Nayagan" (1987) was included in Time magazine's "All-TIME" 100 best movies list. In 1991, "Marupakkam" directed by K.S. Sethu Madhavan, became the first Tamil film to win the National Film Award for Best Feature Film, the feat was repeated by "Kanchivaram" in 2007.
From 1973 to the early1990s, Sivakumar was a leading actor in Kollywood, acting in successful movies like Annakili, Rosaappo Ravikkai Kaari, Vandichakkaram and Sindhu Bhairavi. He has acted in nearly 200 films till date. He has co-starred with many leading Tamil actors such of three generations, including Sivaji Ganesan, M. G. Ramachandran, Gemini Ganesan, S.S.Rajendran, R. Muthuraman, A. V. M. Rajan, Jaishankar, Ravichandran, Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth, Vijayakanth, Sathyaraj, Sarath Kumar, Prabhu Ganesan, Karthik Muthuraman, Mohan, Arjun Sarja, Ajith, Vijay, Vikram and Surya Sivakumar. He is a two-time winner of Filmfare Awards for his performances in Rosaappo Ravikkai Kaari, and Vandichakkaram . He is a two time recipient of Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for best actor in films Avan Aval Adhu and Agni Sakshi . His roles in "Marupakkam" and "Sindhu Bhairavi" showed his versatility as an actor, with the former winning the Golden Lotus Award for Best Feature Film. In the late 1990s, he ventured into television serials, and is well known for his role as Raadhika's husband in the famous TV serial "Chithi".