Synonyms for murattu or Related words with murattu

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Examples of "murattu"
Murattu Kaalai () is a 2012 Tamil action film directed by K. Selva Bharathy. A remake of the Murattu Kaalai (1980 film)
Dubbed and released in Tamil also as Aan (Murattu Adiyaal).
It failed to taste the Success of the 80,s hit "Murattu Kaalai". It has been dubbed in Hindi as "Return Of Joshilay".
The film was officially titled as "Podhuvaga Em Manasu Thangam" named after the song from "Murattu Kaalai" (1980) in September 2016, with the shoot beginning in Theni thereafter.
Yuvaraj Dhayalan hails from Chengalpattu. He joined as an assistant director to director M. Raja for his Tamil film "Santosh Subramaniam". He had also assisted Chimbu Deven in the Cowboy film "Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam".
The film was screened alongside other films of Rajinikanth like "Murattu Kaalai", "Pokkiri Raja", "Paayum Puli" at Albert theatre, on the occasion of his birthday on 12 December 2012.
Rohit Ramachandran of rated it 1/5 calling the film "sickening." Sify rated the movie as "Below Average" praising Santonio Terzio's work. Vivek Ramz of rated Murattu Kaalai 2/5 calling it "a poor remake" and added that it's an example of how not to remake an old blockbuster. Camera work of Santonio Terzio was appreciated overall.
In 2012, she appeared in a guest role along with actor Vikram for the film "Marina" and as an Air Hostess in a cameo role in the movie "Oru Kal Oru Kannadi". Her long canned movie, "Murattu Kaalai" with Sundar C was released on 15 June 2012 to mixed reviews, being her first movie post marriage.
After the release of his previous directorial "Irumbu Kottai Murattu Singam", Chimbudevan announced that his next film will be titled as "Mareesan" with Dhanush playing lead role but due to budget problems the project got shelved. There were rumours that he would direct the sequel of his debut film "Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi" was also proved false.
In "Vaamanan", she played a glamorous supermodel. In 2010, she was seen in three films. She made special appearances during song sequences in two of them, "In Ghost House Inn" and "Pen Singam" and portrayed a cowgirl in the Tamil film "Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam".
Mirapakay () is a blockbuster 2011 Telugu-language action comedy film, directed by Harish Shankar. The film stars Ravi Teja, Richa Gangopadhyay, and Deeksha Seth in the lead. The film, which has music scored by S. Thaman, was released on 12 January 2011. The film has been dubbed in Hindi as "Khallas" and into Tamil as "Murattu Singam".
The film's plot is about a brave person and his four younger brothers who are living in a village. Sudhish Kamath of "The Hindu" noted that the scenes were inspired from films like "Murattu Kaalai" (1980), "Annamalai" (1992) and "Baashha" (1995).
Currently she is working on half-a-dozen films, which include her Hindi debut venture "Striker" opposite Siddharth Narayan, her Kannada debut film "Thamassu" alongside Shivrajkumar, a cowboy-based film "Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam" in Tamil, "Kutty Shranku" with Mammootty once again in Malayalam. In 2010, she enacted the role of a bar owner in "Striker", following which she appear as a human rights activist in "Thamassu" and as an army officer's daughter in "Irumbu Kottai Murattu Singam". She played a vital role in "Naayika", winning critical praise for her performance. "NDTV" wrote that her "beauty and acting skills helped in portraying the role to perfection and 'young Gracy' ends as the saving 'grace' of the film".She has acted in some advertisements
Murattu Kaalai () is a 1980 Tamil film produced by AVM Productions. Directed by SP. Muthuraman, the film stars Rajinikanth, Jaishankar, Rati Agnihotri and Sumalatha in the prominent roles. This was the first film for Rajinikanth with AVM Productions. AVM had stopped producing films by 1970 and Murattukaalai was their re-entry into Tamil films. It was dubbed in Telegu as "Oorikokkadu". This film boasts of the highest budget ever for a Rajini starrer at that time.
Three of his popular plays were translated into Telugu and Bengali and were staged by eminent troupes in Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal with a record of 4000 stage shows. He received the Kalaimamani Award for "Best Writer" in 1985 and the Nandi Award for five films. He has acted in more than 100 films in Tamil and Telugu. He has done supporting roles in films like "Thiruvilayaadal Aarambam", "Pirivom Sandhippom", "Irumbukkotai Murattu Singam" and "Kadhal to Kalyanam".
The film received mixed to negative reviews. Times of India rated the movie 3/5 stating that, "Still, the good news here is that, surprisingly, 'Murattu Kaalai' isn't a disaster and works to an extent. But the bad news is that this is an entirely pointless remake with hardly anything new to offer". Anupama Subramanian of "Deccan Chronicle" rated the movie 2.5/5 praising Vivek's and Sundar.C's performances and stated that the movie is "Watchable Once".
AGS Entertainment ventured into film production in 2006 with Susi Ganesan's "Thiruttu Payale", which was followed by "Santosh Subramaniam", both emerging commercial successes. Their subsequent productions included the masala flick "Maasilamani", Chimbudevan's Western comedy "Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam", the period piece "Madrasapattinam", "Bale Pandiya", Myshkin's crime thriller "Yudham Sei", Bala's comedy entertainer "Avan Ivan", Prabhu Deva directed romance film "Engeyum Kaadhal", while the distribution of films includes "Kandhakottai" , "Inidhu Inidhu", Mynaa and "Payanam". Latest releases from the production house include "Vellore Maavattam" starring Nandha and the K. V. Anand-Suriya project "Maattrraan".
"Takkari Donga" (2002), starring Telugu Maheshbabu, was applauded by critics but an average runner at box office. "Quick Gun Murugun" (2009), an Indian comedy film which spoofs Indian Western movies, is based on a character created for television promos at the time of the launch of the music network Channel [V] in 1994, which had cult following. "Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam" (2010), a Western adventure comedy film, based on cowboy movies and paying homages to the John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Jaishankar, was made in Tamil.
Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam () is a 2010 Indian Tamil western comedy film directed by Chimbu Deven, starring choreographer-turned-actor Lawrence Raghavendra, Sandhya, Lakshmi Rai and Padmapriya in lead roles. The film is a "Western adventure comedy film" based on Cowboy stories, which is set in the 19th century paying homages to many western films. The film's shooting commenced in April 2009 and released on 7 May 2010, positive reviews for its story.In Tamil cinema, after the movie Gangaa, this is a full length cowboy movie being taken after 38 years. The movie was appreciated to be in the standards of an original Italian cowboy movies. The film comically highlights the current world politics.
Yogi is a 2007 Telugu action drama film directed by V.V. Vinayak, which has Prabhas and Nayantara paired up for the first time. Ramana Gogula, who composed music for V.V. Vinayak's earlier hit "Lakshmi", also composed music for this film. Songs were shot in Canada, Egypt, & Malaysia. The film was dubbed into Tamil as "Murattu Thambi" and into Malayalam as "Yogi" and in Hindi as "Maa Kasam Badla Lunga" by RKD Studios. This film is a remake of the 2005 Kannada film "Jogi", which was directed by "Prem".