Synonyms for namukku or Related words with namukku

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His background scoring style has a cult following. His scores from Thoovanathumbikal, Manichitrathazhu, Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal, Chitram, Bharatham, Aparan, Kireedam are considered to be amongst the best.
Namukku Parkkan () is a 2012 Malayalam film directed by Aji John, starring Anoop Menon and Meghna Raj in the lead roles. Jayasurya plays a pivotal guest appearance, while Mohanlal makes a vocal appearance in the film.
Kudumbam Namukku Sreekovil is a 1978 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Hariharan and produced by TE Vasudevan. The film stars Prem Nazir, Adoor Bhasi, Jose Prakash and Sankaradi in lead roles. The film had musical score by V. Dakshinamoorthy.
He won the National Film Award for Best Cinematography in 1987 for "Amma Ariyan", and "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal"), 1994 for ("Miss Beatty's Children"), and in 1994 for ("Ponthan Mada").
Her 2012 Malayalam film "Namukku Parkkan" did a decent business at the box office. Subsequent films "Mullamottum Munthiricharum", "Banking Hours 10 to 4", "Maad Dad", "Madirasi" and "Red Wine" failed to perform. However, her next film "Memories" opposite Prithviraj Sukumaran opened to overwhelmingly positive reviews and was a box office success.
He was quite adept in spotting talent, and introduced many fresh faces who would later make their mark in Indian cinema, including Ashokan ("Peruvazhiyambalam"), Rasheed ("Oridathoru Phayalvaan"), Rahman ("Koodevide"), Jayaram ("Aparan"), Ramachandran ("Novemberinte Nashtam"), Ajayan ("Moonnam Pakkam"). Also artists like Nitish Bharadwaj ("Njan Gandharvan"), Suhasini ("Koodevide"); Shaari ("Namukku Parkkan Munthirithoppukal") were introduced to Malayalam screen by him.
Padmarajan was noted for his fine and detailed screenwriting and expressive direction style. Padmarajan made some of the landmark motion pictures in Malayalam cinema, including masterpieces like "Oridathoru Phayalvaan" (1981), "Koodevide" (1983), "Arappatta Kettiya Gramathil" (1986), "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal" (1986), "Thoovanathumbikal" (1987), "Moonnam Pakkam" (1988), "Innale" (1989), "Season" (1989) and "Njan Gandharvan" (1991).
Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal () is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language romance drama film written and directed by Padmarajan, based on the 1986 Malayalam novel "Nammukku Gramangalil Chennu Rapparkkam" by K. K. Sudhakaran. The film features Mohanlal, Shari, Thilakan, Vineeth, and Kaviyoor Ponnamma.
Venu is an Indian cinematographer and film director in Indian cinema. Venu graduated in cinematography from FTII, Pune. He has won the National Film Award for Best Cinematography three times, in 1987 for "Amma Ariyan" and "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal", in 1993 for "Miss Beatty's Children", and in 1994 for "Ponthan Mada". He is a founding member of the Indian Society of Cinematographers (ISC). His debut directorial venture "Daya" won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Debut Director in 1998.
She rose to fame after "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal". She got a Kerala State film award for the same. In Tamil industry, she is known as "Sadhana", she got her first offer as a supporting role in "Hitler Umanath" in 1982 where she act as Sivaji Ganesan's daughter, however she gained more attention when she makes debut as a heroine in "Nenjathai Allitha" where she was paired with actor Mohan which was released in 1984.
Johnson (26 March 1953 – 18 August 2011) was an Indian film score composer and music director who has given music to some of the most important motion pictures of Malayalam cinema, including those for "Koodevide", "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal", "Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam", "Vadakkunokkiyantram", "Perumthachan", "Njan Gandharvan", "Ponthan Mada", and "Bhoothakkannadi". He was noted for his lyrical and expressive melodies together with simple but rich tonal compositions of thematic music. Johnson is a recipient of National Film Awards twice and Kerala State Film Awards five times.
Surabhi came in to limelight after winning the reality show " Best Actor" in Amritha TV. After that, she has acted in films like Thirakkatha, Pakal Nakshatrangal, Gulmohar, Puthiya Mukham, Katha Thudarunnu, Shankaranum Mohananum, Kancheepurathe Kalyanam, Ivan Megharoopan, Ayalum Njanum Thammil, Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty, Banking Hours 10 to 4, Housefull, Black Butterfly, Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal, The Train, Swapna Sanchari, Njanum Ente Familiyum, Namukku Parkkan, Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram,On The Way,Vasanthathinte Kanalvazhikal,Vidhooshakan,Love Land etc. She has also handled a major role in the television serial Kadhayile Rajakumari directed by K. K. Rajeev. In 2016, She did the female lead role in the Movie, Minnaminungu The Firefly directed by Anil Thomas and Written by Manoj Ramsingh which is one of the best character in her career. Currently She handles a main role in a television serial M80 Moosa on Media One.She has acted in many advertisements also.
He later began to direct films based on his own screenplays, beginning with "Peruvazhiyambalam" ("The Street as a Choultry") (1979), which are greatly popular among the common people as well as intellectuals and film critics, while maintaining richness in artistic and thematic originality and excellence. Padmarajan was a great experimenter who explored all walks of life in his works. His screen plays had such hitherto-unheard of features and subjects – such as casting rainj as a character in "Thoovanthumbikal" ("Dragonflies in the Spraying Rain"), friendship between two young school girls in"DesadanakiliKarayarilla"("Migratory Birds Don't Cry"), unusual climax (By traditional standards) in "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal" ("Vineyards for us to dwell") and "Oridaththoru Phayalvaan" ("There Lived a Wrestler"). Many of his films bear the mark of his romanticism.
Balakrishnan is best known for his work as unit still photographer in the films of master director G. Aravindan. He worked with Aravindan in 11 films including "Kanchana Sita", "Pokkuveyil", "Chidambaram" and "Vasthuhara". Balakrishnan worked with Adoor Gopalakrishnan in five films: "Prathisandhi" (documentary film conceived for UNICEF), "Swayamvaram, Kodiyettam, Mukhamukham and Elippathayam". He was also part of numerous other parallel films of the 1970s and 1980s. He worked with other directors including John Abraham, K. P. Kumaran, Lenin Rajendran, P. Padmarajan, Bharathan and K. G. George as well as with commercial movie-makers such as Sathyan Anthikad. With Padmarajan, Balakrishnan associated in eight films including "Peruvazhiyambalam, Oridathoru Phayalvaan, Novemberinte Nashtam, Innale" and "Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal". Bhadran's "Spadikam" (1995) was the last film he worked as a still photographer.
The combination of Anoop Menon and Jayasurya was joined again for the film named "Pushpakavimaanam", which is scripted by Anoop Menon himself. The film was announced after the duo's "Beautiful", and was supposed to be directed by V K Prakash. V.K .Prakash was initially chosen to direct the film after the 2011 film "Beautiful", in which the cinematography was chosen to be by Jomon T. John who had earlier done the cinematography for the film "Beautiful" with the same duo. The director V.K. Prakash felt that such a big film wouldn't begun so soon, thus Anoop Menon bringing forth the script of "Trivandrum Lodge" for the director to start. With the director opting to helm "Trivandrum Lodge", Aji John was now chosen to direct "Pushpakavimaanam". The film was renamed to "Hotel California" after the famous Eagles song "Hotel California". The film has Aji John and Anoop Menon duo joining together after Namukku Paarkaan which got mixed responses in the box office.
"Ustad Hotel" was released on 29 June 2012 in 73 screens across Kerala, alongside "Namukku Parkkan" and "No. 66 Madhura Bus". "Ustad Hotel" was also released in major cities outside Kerala and in the United Kingdom, United States and Gulf countries. After its release, claims arose that the film has faint resemblance to the 2009 German comedy film "Soul Kitchen". Anjali Menon denied the accusation outright and stated, "I haven't watched "Soul Kitchen". There are a lot of food films all over the world and many that are centred around the renovation of a restaurant. I am a big fan of food films.". It also has resemblances with the 2009 comedy film "Today's Special (film)".
She started her career as a child artist in "Kadhasangamam", a serial directed by Vijayakrishnan. Later she acted in "Oru Kudayum Kunju Pengalum", a serial in Doordarshan, in which grabbed the best child artist State Award in 1993. She also lent her voice for other children in films and serials. "Minnaram", "Swaroopam", "Sammohanam", "Swam", "Thalolam", "My Dear Kuttichathan", "Johny" are some of them."The Salute" directed by the cameraman "Azhagappan" was the first film in which she gave voice for a heroin, When she was of 13 years old. She lent her voice to heroins like Padmapriya, Meena, Raai Laxmi, Roma Asrani, Gopika, Meghana Raj, Kavya Madhavan, Genelia, Kaniha, Bhavana etc. She had completed more than 100 films by now. Some of her notable films are Veruthe Oru Bharya for Gopika in Swantham Lekhakan, for Padmapriya in Kana Kanmani, Yes Your Honour and Poppins, for Meghana Raj in Beautiful, Namukku Parkkan, for Genelia in Urumi, for Lena in Traffic, for Meena in Drishyam and Katha Parayumpol, Kaniha in Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja etc. She is also a voice artist in All India Radio. Besides She gives voice for serial heroins like Aswathy (Amala) in "Kumkumapoovu", Archana (Glory) in "Manasaputhri", Rasana in "Nandanam", Divya in "Sthreedhanam",Seena Antony in "Sarayu", Sujitha in "Kanakkinavu", "Harichandanam" and "Indira". she also gave voice for various cartoon characters in Jungle Book, a Malayalam Cartoon series, is one of her noted works. She has given voice for two characters simultaneously in serial "Innale"
Namukku Parkkan reflects the realities of a middle class Malayali family. Rajeev (Anoop Menon) is a veterinary surgeon and his wife Renuka (Meghna Raj) is a primary school teacher. They have two school- going daughters.They live in a small house and doesn't have a proper bathroom ,one day somebody peeps in when meghana was bathing. They lead a happy and contended life, but they have a dream and that is to own a house. They have plans for their ideal house, a house merging with nature, with lots of trees and a lovely garden and cattle roaming the compound. But the dream is beyond their means. All others in their family own houses. But Rajeev and family still live in a rented house. On top of that, Rajeev has been served with a note to vacate the house. He has asked for some grace period till he finds a new house. Then an unexpected incident in his life makes it inevitable for him to build a house. He sets out on a journey to own a house and the realities he encounters in his journey form the rest of the story. C.I. Velu Nagarajan(Jayasurya) a Kannada police officer residing in Kerala "helps" Rajeev and rest of the story is of the other incidents he faces.
In 1986, he starred in "[[T. P. Balagopalan M.A.]]", directed by [[Sathyan Anthikad]], for which he received his first [[Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor]]. He portrayed an unemployed young who shoulders the responsibility of his family. His performance in "[[Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam]]" as a harassed house-owner won him the [[Filmfare Award for Best Actor (Malayalam)]] in the same year. Mohanlal was dubbed as the new Malayalam [[superstar]] after the box-office success of "[[Rajavinte Makan]]" (1986) in which he played an [[Crime boss|underworld don]], Vincent Gomez. He also starred in the [[tragedy]] "[[Thalavattom]]", playing Vinod, a young man who becomes mentally ill upon witnessing his girlfriend's death. He played the role of Solomon in Padmarajan's "[[Namukku Parkkan Munthirithoppukal]]". Mohanlal's association with Padmarajan was very well noted, because their films told stories which were well and truly ahead of their times and broke many conventional [[stereotype]]s prevailing during that time in Malayalam film industry. In 1986 alone, Mohanlal appeared in 36 Malayalam films.