Synonyms for nenjathai or Related words with nenjathai

killathe              velai              mattum              payale              theerpu              varusham              thottu              raagangal              kaatru              killadhe              kavalai              konjum              ninne              alaigal              koottam              inikkum              meendum              neeyum              theeya              jotheyali              vayasu              mounam              yedho              paravaigal              paarvai              oomai              thalaivan              sahasam              thambikku              sollu              varai              kaaviya              rojakkal              vilakkum              thulladha              vandha              adimaigal              kettuppar              ithu              njaan              kavithai              pudhu              vizhigal              murattu              samaali              pattathari              vaanam              savaal              pennin              chesina             

Examples of "nenjathai"
Films like Nenjathai Killathe, Panneer Pushpangal, Moodupani and Varumayin Niram Sivappu made Pratap famous in Tamil also..
"Nenjathai Killaadhey" marked the beginning of the peak of Mohan's career. "Kilinjalgal", "Payanagal Mudivathillai" had Silver Jubilee. Mohan became a major star through "Payanangal Mudivathillai" (1982).
Nenjathai Allitha is a 1984 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Ameerjan, starring Mohan, Naresh and Sadhana in lead roles.
In 2008, Mahathi won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song "Naeraa Varattuma" from the movie "Nenjathai Killadhe".
Nenjathai Killadhe is a drama Tamil film starring Vikranth and Bharathi directed by Agathiyan.The film opened to mixed reviews, but was a box office failure.
Nenjathai Allitha is a triangular love story where Mohan and Naresh loves Sadhana, while she loves Naresh. The film had many twists which make Sadhana to accept Mohan's love, but Naresh resurfaces. The climax reveals who wins Sadhana's love.
Nenjathai Killadhey () is an Tamil soap opera on that aired on Zee Tamizh. The show premiered on 23 June 2014. It aired Monday through Friday at 7:00 pm IST. Starting from Monday 24 November 2014, the show was shifted to 8:00 pm and from Monday 16 February 2015, the show was shifted to 5:30 pm time Slot.
K. J. Yesudas had his only collaboration with the duo in two songs from "Kadhalikka Neramillai" (1964): ""Nenjathai Alli Alli"" with L. R. Eswari and P. Suseela and ""Enna Paarvai Undhan Paarvai"" with P. Suseela. After the partnership dissolved, K. J. Yesudas sang with Viswanathan and Ramamoorthy separately.
Yugendran continues to sing to date. His latest being the song from GOA. He also composes music. He has composed music for Veeramum Eeramum, Balam and he did the re-recording for Aghatiyan's movie, Nenjathai Killaathe starring Vikranth. His latest venture Nellai Santhippu is yet to be released.
Sarath Babu has received numerous awards, including eight Nandi awards as the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor from the Government of Andhra Pradesh for his roles in Telugu movies.. In an interview, he said that he came close to winning the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for "Nenjathai Killadhe" in 1980.
In 2005, he became an independent music director with "Gnabagam Varuthe" starring his brother. After that he composed for Agathiyan's "Nenjathai Killathe" and for "Thozha", in which he played one of the leading roles as well. Apart from film music, he composed music for an episode titled "Planet Galatta II – Adra Sakkae" in a Singapore satellite channel.
Suhasini Maniratnam is an actress known for her works in South Indian cinema. She made her film debut in 1980 with the Tamil film "Nenjathai Killathe" for which she won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress. Suhasini won the National Film Award for Best Actress for "Sindhu Bhairavi" in 1986.
Mahendran entered the film industry as a screenwriter, writing scripts for nearly 26 films. He made an immediate impact with his first directional venture "Mullum Malarum" (1978). Mahendran's next film "Uthiripookkal", based on a short story written by Pudumaipithan, firmly established him as an important film maker in Tamil cinema. His "Nenjathai Killathe" won three National Film Awards including the award for the best regional film. He has only acted in two films, "Kamaraj" (2004) and "Theri" (2016).
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.
Vikranth made his acting debut with R. V. Udayakumar's "Karka Kasadara" (2005), before appearing as the lead actor in other small budget films such as "Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen" (2007) and Agathiyan's "Nenjathai Killathe" (2008). His initial films did not perform well at the box office, and Vikranth's performances in the film were regularly criticised. Vikranth then appeared alongside Vijayakanth in "Engal Aasan" (2010) and collaborated with Rasu Madhuravan twice in quick succession, with "Goripalayam" (2010) and "Muthukku Muthaaga" (2011), portraying a negative character in the former.
After Kokila, Mohan starred in a Malayalam movie titled "Mathalasa". Furthermore, immediately after the success of the Malayalam movie, Mohan went on to sign a Telugu film titled "Thoorpu Velle Railu", which was a remake of the Tamil film "Kizhakkae Pogum Rail". The Telugu version was directed by Bapu. After that Mohan was introduced in the Tamil film "Nenjathai Killathey" by director Mahendran. In 1980 he acted in dual roles for the first time in "Gandar Golam" which was directed by director Singeetham Srinivasa Rao.
Vikramaditya then portrayed a husband engaging in an illicit affair in "Tholaipesi" (2007), which opened to negative reviews and had a reviewer write that the actor needed "to work on his emotions". His other film in 2007, the triangular love story "Nanbanin Kadhali", co-starring Shivani Singh and Kunal, received similar reviews. It had been shot in 2005 under the name "Cleopatra" and had a delayed release. His most recent theatrical release was Agathiyan's romantic drama "Nenjathai Killadhe" (2008), where he portrayed a leading role alongside Vikranth and Bharathi.
The music received positive reviews from critics. The song "Enna Parvai" was considered by K. J. Yesudas as his breakthrough song in his career as a playback singer. Playwright-comedian Y. G. Mahendra described the songs as "immortal masterpieces". Anand Venkateswaran of "The Hindu" wrote, "MSV's music immortalised Sridhar's images in and the bosomy ." V. Chandramohan of "The Hindu Tamil" praised the catchy rock and roll tunes in "Maadimele" and said "Anubhavam Pudhumai" and "Enna Paarvai" were meant for all music lovers. A live version of "Nenjathai Alli" was later performed by Unni Menon at an August 2012 ceremony commemorating the 14th year anniversary of Jaya TV.
Nenjathai Killathe (English: "Don't Pinch the Heart") is a 1980 Indian Tamil drama film written and directed by J. Mahendran. The film stars Suhasini, in her debut film appearance, as the central character along with Sarath Babu, Mohan and Pratap Pothan in other prominent roles. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Ilaiyaraaja while the cinematography was handled by Ashok Kumar. The film won three awards each at the 28th National Film Awards and Tamil Nadu State Film Awards in 1981. The performances of Suhasini and Sarath Babu received critical acclaim. The film was dubbed into Telugu as "Mouna Geetham".
In 1978, when Tamil film director J. Mahendran was searching for a cinematographer to shoot his directorial debut "Mullum Malarum", he approached Malayalam cinematographer Ramachandra Babu. Babu who was busy with his Malayalam films at the time suggested Ashok Kumar to Mahendran. However, another cinematographer Balu Mahendra was eventually selected for the film based on actor Kamal Haasan's suggestion to Mahendran. For his second film "Uthiripookkal", Mahendran approached Ashok Kumar to be the cinematographer as Balu Mahendra was busy directing "Azhiyadha Kolangal". Mahendran had watched some of Ashok Kumar's films in Malayalam and found some of his angles and lighting techniques to be very interesting. The latter accepted the offer this time, thus making his Tamil cinema debut. Following the film, Ashok Kumar continued to work in many Tamil films. He became Mahendran's regular cinematographer and worked in nine of his twelve films, including "Johnny (1980)", "Nenjathai Killathe" (1980), "Nandu" (1981) and "Metti" (1982). For his work on "Nenjathai Killathe" Kumar garnered "Best Cinematographer" awards at the national, and state level.