Synonyms for mudhal or Related words with mudhal

pudhu              manasu              ullam              mazhai              kavithai              thaai              ulagam              geetham              thedi              ennai              vendum              kaatru              varai              thanga              ninne              unnai              neeye              mounam              kaadhal              manithan              idhu              neeyum              pudhiya              nuvvu              kanasu              naanum              nilave              meendum              alaigal              kavalai              indha              thalaivan              kaalam              nachav              mozhi              yedho              velai              nuvve              bhale              paravai              thirumagal              aayiram              adhu              deivam              swapnam              raasa              thottu              naane              unakkaga              muthal             

Examples of "mudhal"
Having debuted in the 2008 Tamil film "Mudhal Mudhal Mudhal Varai", which received immense critical acclaim, SriCharan went on to make his big break with Radha MoHe played the role of a guy next door, a radio jockey in San Francisco, United States.
Madhuchanda is an Indian actress, basically from Kolkata of West Bengal but well settled in South Film Industry specially in Tamil. Madhuchanda made her debut in Tamil film Mudhal Mudhalai in 2007 which was a concept oriented super hit film. Her challenging role in Mudhal Mudhalai brought her to limelight in the Tamil industry.
Priya Bhavani Shankar is an Indian television presenter and actress, best known for her lead role in the Tamil-language soap opera "Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai".
Annanagar Mudhal Theru is a 1988 Tamil film starring Sathyaraj, Radha, Ambika, Janagaraj, Raghuvaran and Manorama. Prabhu makes an extended cameo appearance.
Mudhal Kanave is a 2007 Tamil romance film directed by C. Balamurugan. The film starred Vikranth and Honey Rose in lead roles.
Even before Mudhal Thagaval Arikkai could release, he got the chance to play supporting villainous roles in Vilasam and Masala Padam.
Mudhal Kadhal Mazhai is a 2010 Indian Tamil language drama film written and directed by K.R.Mathivaanan. It stars debutants Mahendran and Swathika in the lead roles and also stars Nizhalgal Ravi. Chanakya has composed the music.
Author of several books on self-improvement, Udayamurthy’s prominent works include Ennangal (thoughts), Unnal Mudiyum Thambi (You can, brother), née than thambi mudhal amaichar (you are the chief minister).
Balu Anand (1954 – 3 June 2016) was an Indian actor and director who worked in Tamil-language films. He appeared in over 100 films as an actor and directed several films, such as "Annanagar Mudhal Theru" and "Unakkaga Piranthen".
Her first film was the horror flick, "Sivi" (2007), in which she played a ghost. She was praised for her performance. Her second film, "Mudhal Mudhal Mudhal Varai" (2008), termed as Tamil cinema's first "urban centric film" received critical acclaim, winning awards at international film festivals for its innovative approach to film making. Her role was one again lauded by critics and audiences. In 2009, she appeared in the college drama "Ninaithale Inikkum", a remake of the 2006 Malayalam film "Classmates". Anuja played the character of a reserved Muslim college student Shalini who attempts to take revenge on the murderer of her lover. Later that year, she starred in "Unnaipol Oruvan" and its Telugu version "Eeenadu" alongside veteran actors Kamal Haasan, Mohanlal and Venkatesh. Her portrayal of Natasha Rajkumar, a television journalist, was appreciated by critics and fetched her a nomination for the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 56th Filmfare Awards South.
Mudhal Sabadam or Prothom Protishuti (in Bengali), was written in Bengali by Smt. Ashapoorna Devi for which she received the Jnanpith Award. This novel was later made into a very successful movie.
Mudhal Idam () is an Indian Tamil romantic comedy film written and directed by newcomer R. Kumaran. The film, starring Vidharth of "Mynaa" fame along with debutante Kavitha Nair, is notably AVM Productions' 175th production.
Kavin of Saravanan Meenatchi fame and Priya Bhavani Shankar of Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai fame were hosting the show for the initial few episodes. However, Vijay TV anchors Ma Ka Pa Anand and Priyanka have also hosted the show.
On YouTube, the official Channel of the serial "Kalyanam Mudhal Kaadhal Varai" has 19,270 subscribers as of November 2016. The channel has 2.3 million views for all the episodes combined as of November 2016.
Mudhal Kural is a 1992 Indian Tamil film, directed by V. C. Guhunathan and produced by Nellai AnandanVaradanandan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Arjun Sarja, Kanaka and Charle in lead roles. The film had musical score by Chandrabose.
"Sify" wrote "The plot is hackneyed and there is nothing new or gripping about rowdy elements wanting to become MLA. The film just does not qualify to be in the race for the first place as the title indicates." "Behindwoods" wrote "Mudhal Idam is a fair effort which is let down by a script which has its punches distributed unevenly. There are moments of fun and excitement, but they are interspersed by stretches of meandering scenes." "Nowrunning" wrote "Mudhal Idam is a brain-dead film with, too many songs, too many fight sequences, inconsequential village politics and high-handed sermonizing about true masculinity."
Though Madhuchanda from West Bengal of North India she started her career with Tamil films in South India, her acting debut in Tamil film Mudhal Mudhalai in 2007 which was a concept based super hit film. After that Madhuchanda has done few more Tamil films Vaidaghi in 2009, Minsaram in 2011, Siruvani in 2013, Baanu in 2015.
On the fifteenth day of the festival, "Mudhal Poojai" (the first pooja) is celebrated with the "kavukutti" (sacrifice of a goat). Worshipers standing in a queue praise the god Semmunichamy and the goddess Eswari, the god Mannatheeswarar, the saints Vamuni, Poomuni and Vedamuni. The "mudi kannikkai" (hair offering ceremony) is also performed.
Gandhinagar 2nd Street is a 1986 Malayalam film directed by Sathyan Anthikad, starring Mohanlal, Seema, Karthika, Srinivasan, Thilakan, Innocent, Sukumari, and KPAC Lalitha. Mammootty makes a cameo appearance. The film was later remade in Tamil as "Annanagar Mudhal Theru" and in Telugu as "Gandhinagar Rendava Veedhi".
Chinna Irusampalayam is a small village near Ariyankuppam in the Cuddalore district of the Tamil Nadu state of India. This village mainly depends on agriculture & cattle products. This village has only three streets namely Mudhal Theru ("First Street"), Nadu Theru ("Middle Street") & Kadasi Theru ("Last Street"). This village has an Amman (Goddess) Temple.