Synonyms for muthassi or Related words with muthassi

iniyum              raavukal              pennum              swapnangal              njaan              geetham              kudumba              poocha              swapnam              manathe              kadha              pennu              sookshikkuka              theerpu              paravaigal              varavu              kodalu              vendum              paadam              thedi              kaattu              snehamulla              ninakku              njan              cheppu              rahasyam              iruvattam              sambhavam              rajavu              pattalam              manushyan              ithile              bandhangal              pareeksha              thumbolarcha              noottandu              puthri              thilakam              nyayavidhi              nattu              koodi              iddaru              sthree              kaaval              ponnu              aadyathe              vaazha              adimakal              pambaram              gaanam             

Examples of "muthassi"
"Oru Muthassi Gadha" released on 14 September 2016, during the occasion of Kerala's state festival, Onam in 50 theaters.
Her poetry on the love for children and grandchildren earned her the titles of "Amma" (Mother) and "Muthassi" (Grandmother) of Malayalam poetry. While delivering the Balamaniyamma remembrance speech at the Kerala Sahitya Akademi, Akkitham Achuthan Namboothiri, described her as the "prophet of human glory" and said that her poetry had been an inspiration to him. She has received many literary honours and awards, including the Kerala Sahithya Akademi Award for "Muthassi" (1963), Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award for "Muthassi" (1965), Asan Prize (1989), Vallathol Award (1993), Lalithambika Antharjanam Award (1993), Saraswati Samman for "Nivedyam" (1995), Ezhuthachan Award (1995), and N. V. Krishna Warrier Award (1997).
Malayala Manorama gave a rating of 3.25/5 and said that 'Overall, with some decent performances, Oru Muthassi Gadha could be a good pick for families with it'
, Rajeev Pillai, and Renji Panicker. "Oru Muthassi Gadha" released on 14 September 2016 during the occasion of Kerala's state festival, Onam.
Times of India gave a rating of 3.5/5 and mentioned that "Oru Muthassi Gadha" is a film that will make you want to give your dear and near a call and have a hearty chat.
Muthassi is a 1971 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P. Bhaskaran and produced by Sargam Pictures. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sheela, Jose Prakash and Alummoodan in lead roles. The film had musical score by V. Dakshinamoorthy.
Rediff gave a rating of 3/5 and commented that "Oru Muthassi Gadha" is worth watching and said that 'The director works as if he has a magic wand that makes this theme, which is not exactly fresh - engaging'.
Oru Muthassi Gadha () is a 2016 Indian Malayalam film written and directed by Jude Anthany Joseph from a story by Nivin Pauly. It stars Rajini Chandy and Bhagyalakshmi in the lead roles of two grandmothers, with supporting characters played by Suraj Venjaramoodu, Lena, Vineeth Sreenivasan
Oru Muthassi Katha is a 1988 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Priyadarshan for Super Film International starring Vineeth and Nirosha in lead roles, supported by Tamil actor Thiagarajan with M. G. Soman, Innocent, Lizy and Sreenivasan playing other important roles.
"Oru Muthassi Gadha" is the second feature film of director-actor Jude Anthany Joseph. In February 2016, Joseph announced the film through his Facebook page along with its first-look poster. Due to disinterest from Mollywood's leading actresses, director Joseph hired fresh faces for the film through casting calls. Principal photography began in March 2016.
The background of the novel is that of northern Kerala a few decades after the British established their authority. The Nair society that existed there was matrilineal. A child belonged to its mother’s family. In the story, a character called Muthassi is the oldest living member of the family. The family consists of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. In this set-up, known as a Tharavad, the oldest man is the administrator or the Karanavar. Sanku Menon is the Karanavar of the Melepullarath Tharavad. He is the grandson of Muthassi. Muthassi's daughter is Sanku Menon's mother. Sanku Menon’s sister Ammalu is the mother of Karthy, the principal character. The children did not inherit the property of their father. The inheritance was through the women of the family. In certain parts of Kerala, Muslims also give special importance to the wife’s house. "Sufi Paranja Katha" develops the theme from this complex background.
Nalapat Balamani Amma (19 July 1909 – 29 September 2004) was an Indian poet who wrote in Malayalam. She was a prolific writer and was known as the Poetess of Motherhood. "Amma" (Mother), "Muthassi" (Grandmother), and "Mazhuvinte Katha" (The story of the Axe) were some of her well-known works. She was a recipient of many awards and honours, including Padma Bhushan, Saraswati Samman, Sahitya Akademi Award, and Ezhuthachan Award. She was the mother of the renowned writer Kamala Das.
Cherukad's politically charged writing was influential in defining the Malayalam literature of the fifties and sixties. His political life was connected with the lives of the leading politicians and patriots of Kerala. Cherukad was one of the founder members of the Deshabhimani Study Circle, a progressive literary movement in Kerala and the predecessor of the Purogamana Kala Sahitya Sangham. Some of his important works are "Jeevithappatha", "Tharavaditham", "Manushyabandhangal", "Namal Onnu", "Manushya Hridayangal", "Janmabhumi", "Devalokam", "Manninte Maril" ("On the Bosom of the Soil"), "Muthassi" and "Sanidasa". His autobiography "Jeevithappatha" (1974) received the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award in 1975 and Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award in 1977.
Pillai is originally a dentist, the fashion bug bit him while doing his masters in London. After leaving dentistry he left for Mumbai to follow a career in fashion. His successful run in the fashion industry motivated many Kerala youth to take up modelling as he is still considered as one of the pioneers in the industry from Kerala. In 2011 he debuted in movies with Lijo Jose Pellissery's City of God (2011 film) as one of the leads. It was his 32nd audition which eventually gave him success. His upcoming films are Oru Muthassi Gada , Isabella and Tamil movie 7 naatkal.
Muthassi is a historical Malayalam novel written by Cherukad, published in 1957. The novel describes the social and cultural backgrounds of Malayalis from the period from 1930 to 1950. It explains about the life of teachers, the harassments they had to face by the managers, it describes the unjust actions and orders the managers forcefully imposed on their dependent teachers.The story uses the colloquial language which was used by the people in the villages so that the novel is presented in a natural way.
On the way back to an angered Susamma, Leelamma reveals that, she had purposefully misled Susamma with the ending of her love-story in order to slap Zachariah who had left Leelamma to fly to the USA on a scholarship after jilting her through a letter and that now she feels relieved. Leelamma and Susamma, later go to an old age home and reveals their plan to institute a program called 'Oru Muthassi Gadha' whereby every month they help complete one wish off one inmate which they never had a chance to fulfill in their youth. The pair then proceeds with Babu to Airport to fly America and complete remaining items on Leelamma's bucket-list.
He started his film career with "Crazy Gopalan" (2008). After that he was assistant director in Malayalam films, "Malarvaadi Arts Club" (2010) and "Thattathin Marayathu" (2012). He has also directed two short films, one named "Yellow Pen" (2012) in which Aju Varghese played the lead role, and the other based on Malayalam movie actor Mammootty's life, titled "Mammookka's Biography". Even though the short film was completed in 2011, this was released to public through YouTube only in February 2014. The short film went viral in a short time and has garnered around 59,000 views in a span of one month. He made his directional movie debut through the Malayalam movie "Ohm Shanthi Oshaana" which was released in February 2014.His second film Oru Muthassi Gadha was released in September 2016.
Before British occupation, the place was included in Payyormala a feudal principality controlled by three nair families namely Paleri, Avinhatt, and Koothali and those acknowledged the suzerainty of Zamorin of Calicut(Innes. C.A, Evans. F.B.(Ed.), 1958). Payyormala is a slightly elevated area near Edakkayil, from where the name of the principality evolved, now remains a place of less importance. Remnants of a small shrine of payyormala muthassi the guardian angel of the principality, still seen here. Under British administration the area included in Kurumbranad taluk, Malabar district of Madras presidency (Innes. C.A, Evans. F.B.(Ed.), 1958). At present it find its place in Perambra development block and in Koyilandy taluk, Kozhikode district of Kerala state. The people from the region has a rich tradition of participation in various important historical events, among them Pazhassi revolts against the rule of British East India Company took place between 1796 and 1805 and Koothali strike took place in the period of 1940 -1950 are most notable. Many people from this locality joined the mainstream freedom struggle, two of them joined Indian National Army and fought against the British colonialism.
1988 was a landmark year in Priyadarshan's career. He directed "Vellanakalude Nadu", based on a script by Sreenivasan, with Mohanlal in the lead role. This film revolved around corruption, land mafia and other social issues. This film ended up becoming the biggest hit in Priyadarshan's career to that point. Then came "Aryan", an action film based on the Mumbai underworld, which completed 150 days in theatres. "Chithram", Priyadarshan's all-time biggest hit, was also released in 1988. "Chithram" completed 366 days in theatres and created new records in collections, until they were broken by his own film, "Kilukkam" in 1991. "Oru Muthassi Katha" and "Mukunthetta Sumitra Vilikkunnu" completed his 5 releases of 1988. However, he couldn't deliver hits in 1990 with "Kadathanadan Ambadi" and "Akkareyakkareyakkare". In the year 1991, Priyadarshan brought out "Kilukkam" with Mohanlal, Jagathi Sreekumar and Revathi in lead roles. "Kilukkam" broke several collection records and is still considered one of the best films from the Priyadarshan-Mohanlal team. His next three films, "Abhimanyu" (1991), "Advaitham" (1992), and "Thenmavin Kombathu" (1994) successfully completed 100 days in theatres. Both "Midhunam" (1993) and "Minnaram" (1994) were able to make good response in cinemas. Meanwhile, Priyadarshan was invited by Shri. M. Karunanidhi to direct a film for his son's production house. Priyadarshan thus made his Tamil debut with "Gopura Vasalile" . In 1991 he also made a Telugu film "Nirnayam" when Nagarjuna approached him to remake his Malayalam film "Vandanam" in Telugu. In the year 1992, Priyadarshan made his debut in Bollywood with "Muskurahat", again remake of his own Malayalam film "Kilukkam" which ended up as a disastrous flop. In 1993, he made a comeback in Hindi with "Gardish", an adaptation of the Malayalam film "Kireedom", written by A. K. Lohithadas. Priyadarshan successfully added ingredients required for Hindi audiences and the film was a huge hit, opening the doors of Bollywood to him. In 1994, Priyadarshan directed his second and last Telugu film till date, "Gandeevam", starring Balakrishna. He was also assigned the direction of the Miss World 1996 event that was held in Banglore, which made him a known face around the country. In 1996, Priyadarshan came up with his dream project, "Kalapani", an epic period film based on Indian struggle for Independence. With Mohanlal, Tabu, Prabhu Ganesan and Amrish Puri in main roles and outstanding music by Ilaiyaraja, "Kalapani" took Priyadarshan's career path to new heights. This film, which was originally filmed in Malayalam, was also dubbed and released in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi simultaneously. "Kalapani" brought him several awards for the first time in his career. In 1997, Priyadarshan directed two films, "Chandralekha" in Malayalam and "Virasat" a Hindi adaptation of Bharathan's Tamil film "Thevar Magan", both super hits. The success of "Virasat" made Priyadarshan a household name in Hindi cinema.