Synonyms for mozhi or Related words with mozhi

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Examples of "mozhi"
"Mozhi" has been released in VCDs and DVDs by Moser Baer Home Video.
Even though it has more elaborate scheme, Mozhi is as follows:
In 2007, Vidyasagar was signed by Prakash Raj for his production venture "Mozhi" starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and Jyothika. The film directed by Radha Mohan had critically acclaimed melodies like "Kaatrin Mozhiye" and "Sevvanam". The songs of "Mozhi" had the distinction of being completely devoid of duets. The only female voice was of Sujatha Mohan in Katrin Mozhi. In 2008 Vidyasagar's notable releases were Vijay's "Kuruvi" and the Priyadarshan directed "Mere Baap Pehle Aap" in Hindi.
Mozhi in the Tamil language means "language". In Malayalam language, it means 'spoken word'. It may refer to:
"Mozhi" received positive critical acclaim for its clean content, performance and music. Sify wrote, "Director Radha Mohan has once again proved that he can make a pucca family entertainer with characters that you can relate to. Mozhi is indeed gutsy, feel-good, real solid movie within the framework of commercial cinema." Now running wrote, "Mozhi is not a regular masala flick but a straightforward, heartbreaking and refined tale of love. The power of this film resides in its story, strong and believable narration, genuine sadness and tour-de-force performance by all central characters — Prithviraj, Jyothika, and Prakash Raj". Indiaglitz praised the film stating that: "Mozhi is a clean entertainer that justifies the tagline that is found in the promotional materials of the film. "It is not the expression, but the emotion". Behindwoods wrote: "Radha Mohan does it once again. His uncompromising attitude in delivering a neat and family entertainer is remarkable". Rediff wrote: ""Mozhi" is a groundbreaking movie for Tamil cinema in many ways. It does not over-sentimentalise physical handicaps [..] The story is no-nonsense and without any unnecessary frills. Strong characterisation and excellent performances from the cast make this truly a remarkable film". Hindu wrote:"Mozhi is surely a film its producer can be proud of [..] Conceiving a simple yet poignant line, creating a screenplay that takes you along smoothly, and helming it, director Radha Mohan presents `Mozhi' with panache".
His books "Eezhavasakam and "Mozhi Payirchi " were used as school texts. A collection of his children poems " Ilaignar Virunthu" was published after his death.
Ezhuththathigaaram is further subdivided into the following 9 sections - "Nuul Marabu, Mozhi Marabu, PiRappiyal, PuNaRiyal, Thokai Marabu, Urubiyal, Uyir Mayangial, PuLLi Mayangial and the KutriyalukarappunaRiyal."
Her "Mozhi" film was released in Telugu under the title "Maataranai Mounamidi" which won Critical accolades for her performance and was a commercial success.
Publications include an annual with news of activities of the year along with student literary works. A second magazine "Mozhi" carries creative writings by the students.
"Poyya Nallisai Niruththa punaithar, Perum peyar Maaran Thalaivan Aka, Kadanthadu vai val Elampal Kosar, Eyaneri Marabin Vai mozhi ketpa" and "Pazhayan Mokoor Avayakam vilanka Nanmozhi Kosar Thontri yanna".
Thamizh Mozhi Kaavalar G. Elavazhagan of Tamilman Patippakam has brought out all the works of Pavanar for his centenary celebrations, 2000–2001.
Ittamozhi(இட்டமொழி):Once up on a time, UK people visited this place. They asked local people about the name of the place. Then as there was no name, they told whatever you told is this place name in Tamil as "neengal itta mozhi", then he pronounced as "ittamozhi", after that this place is called Ittamozhi. This means, Itta means whatever you say or told, Mozhi means name or language. Hence it is still Ittamozhi.
Urudhi Mozhi (Tamil: உறுதிமொழி) is a 1990 Indian Tamil film, directed by R. V. Udayakumar and produced by Ravi Yadav. The film stars Prabhu, Geetha, Sivakumar and Bharathi in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja.
The Mozhi system of transliteration is an unofficial system made to transliterate Malayalam, and it can also be used for Tamil. This system does not need the use of diacritics.
The Mozhi system of transliteration is an unofficial system used to transliterate Malayalam, it can also be used for Tamil. This system does not need the use of diacritics.
Suresh Wadkar has for the first time sung a song in the upcoming Tamil film "Kanden Kadhalai". This film is an adaptation of the Hindi Blockbuster "Jab We Met". The song is a ghazal type song called "Naan Mozhi Arindhaen".
Thai Mozhi is a Tamil language film directed by R. R. Ilavarasan, starring Sarath Kumar an Mohini in lead roles, with Vijayakanth in a guest appearance. The movie was later dubbed in Telegu as "Maro Yuddha Kanda".
In 2014, she made her Tamil film debut with "Uyir Mozhi", in which she played a visually challenged girl. To prepare for the role, she said, she had to learn Braille and was blindfolded for many days.
The Cholas also found a place in very famous novel by Kalki title Ponniyin Selvan which portrays the whole Chola history with Rajaraja Cholan ( Ponniyin Selvan, Arul Mozhi Varman,Vallavarayan Vanthiyaththevan,Karikalar,Nandhini,Kundhavi) as the characters of the novel.
Director J. Mahendran listed "Mozhi" as one of his favourite films. Documentary filmmaker Swarnavel says films such as "Kaadhal", "Veyil", "Mozhi" and "Paruthi Veeran" have pushed the envelope of mainstream Tamil cinema. Actress Revathi stated that: "young film makers in particular have come up with some wonderful, well-researched movies featuring disability, such as Mozhi, Black, Deiva Thirumagal, Beautiful, and many others. These films, with their accurate detailing and brilliant portrayals don’t paint disability as a tragedy, but show it as a part of life". In an interview to Times of India in 2008, Keerthi Chawla revealed that: "I’m looking for a role on the lines of the one played by Jyotika in Mozhi and Sridevi in Moondram Pirai". P. B. Ramasamy, head of Big FM, Chennai told to Hindu that: "Mozhi was a wholesome entertainer and I never got bored even for a minute. The movie made me smile throughout and for the first time while watching a film, I felt the urge to watch it all over again". Dancer Shweta Prachande who portrayed deaf and dumb character in a short film called Notes of Silence said she was inspired by Jothika's performance from the film to portray the character.