Synonyms for muthal or Related words with muthal
Examples of "muthal"
Draupadi temple – one of the oldest temple for Panchali which also shared by Muslim saint
Mariyathai" is included alongside other Sivaji starrers in the compilation of DVD titled "8th Ulaga Adhisayam Sivaji".
kizhamai" festival is celebrated in Swamithope during the first Sundays of every Tamil Month. Some Nizhal Thangals conduct these festivals not during Sundays, but during the first Fridays of all Tamil months. Special Anna Dharmams will be done on "
Puredath Muralidhar Menon (July 10, 1942 - January 25, 2013) was an Indian diplomat, ambassador to Bahrain, Maldives, United Arab Emirates and Brazil.
Podhigai TV conducted a special star cast interview of Cinema Rani T.P.R's Daughter- Kamala along with the famous Cine Actor, Shri.Mohanraman in the show named "
The film was later remade in Telugu as "Magaadu" (1976), in Tamil as "Thee" (1981) and in Malayalam as "Nathi
Nathi Vare" (1983).
() is a 1985 Malayalam drama film written by John Paul, directed by Sathyan Anthikad and starring Madhavi, Mohanlal, Soman, Balan K. Nair and Kaviyoor Ponnamma, Venu Nagavalli and Bahadur.
Onpathu Vare is a 1985 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. Sasikumar and produced by PKR Pillai. The film stars Mohanlal, Ratheesh, Captain Raju and Anuradha in lead roles. The film had musical score by KJ Joy.
Nayakkam Patti) is a small village in Virudhunagar district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This village is located between Sattur (Cucumber city) and Sivakasi (Kutty Japan).
Later he joined his cousin Ronnie Govender, and
Naidoo in the start up of the Shah Theatre Academy where his natural talent as an actor saw him take centre stage in many lead roles.
is a 1984 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Reji (T.S.Suresh Babu), starring Shankar, Sreenath, Maniyanpilla Raju, Ranipadmini in lead roles with extended comeos by Mammootty and Mohanlal. The movie was in hit chart.
With Sri Throwpathai Amman Temple a main deity, Temple also have Sri Aravan,Sri
Rawuther,Sri Periachi,Sri Kaliamman,Sri Mariamman,Sri KamalaKanni,Sri Vinayagar and Sri Murugan."Fire walking" festival is one of the most important festival here.
Digvijay Singh, Head-Corporate Communications, Emaar India, accepted the award on Company’s behalf from Tapose Bose, Vice President, Zee Unimedia and Dr. Sanjay
, Executive Director, RGF Management Search, during the award ceremony held at Hotel Taj Lands End, Mumbai.
His debut song as a music director was "Chotta
Chudala Vare" ("from cradle to grave") which was a big hit in Kerala. This was composed for the film "Pazhassi Raja" (1964).
The film's soundtrack and score were composed by Viswanathan-Ramamoorthy while Kannadasan was the lyricist. Songs from the soundtrack like "Aththan Ennaththan", "Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham", "Paal Irukkum Pazham Irukkum" and "Vantha Naal
" became immensely popular among the Tamil diaspora.
Bharathiraja confirmed his versatility and refusal to be tied down to one particular genre with an experimental film Nizhalgal and an action thriller "Tik Tik Tik". But, undoubtedly rural themes proved to be his forte as his biggest hits in the 1980s "Alaigal Oivathillai", "Mann Vasanai" and "
Mariyathai" were strong love stories in a village backdrop. "
Mariyathai" starred veteran actor Sivaji Ganesan in the lead, playing a middle-aged village head. Radha is a poor young woman who moves into his village for a living. The love that bonds these two humans separated not just by age but also by caste and class, is told by Bharathiraja with poetic touches.
Hum Bhi Insaan Hain is a 1989 Indian Bollywood film directed by Manivannan and produced by Suresh Bokadia. It stars Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff, Raj Babbar, Neelam, Jayapradha and Sonam in pivotal roles. It was given a superhit verdict at the box office. The film was a remake of director's own Tamil film "
Chudala Vare" (by K. J. Yesudas), "Muthe Vaa Vaavo Muthu Kudame Vaa Vvaavo" (by P. Susheela), "Saayippe Saayippe, Aslam Alaikkum" (by P. Leela and Mehboob), "Kannu Randum Thaamarappoo" (by P. Susheela) and "Paathira Poovukal Vaarmudikettil" (by P. Leela) are considered evergreen hits.
His career as an independent music composer started with the 1964 film "Pazhassi Raja" of which the philosophical song "Chotta
chudala vare" became a big hit. After his next work in "Aisha", he turned back to arranging and conducting for other composers.
He was married to Ramanamma. They had four sons (Venkateswar Rao, Bhaskar, Shyam Kumar and Ravi Kumar) and a daughter (Lakshmi). Ravi Raghav has also worked as a music composer, working for the low budget Tamil films, "Villalan", "
Thagaval Arikkai" and "En Oviya".
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