Synonyms for njaan or Related words with njaan

iniyum              geetham              swapnam              swapnangal              njan              kalyaanam              raavukal              mattum              ithu              thedi              paravaigal              kudumba              swantham              vayasu              poocha              kaattu              theeratha              vandha              vishayam              sneham              kadha              mounam              velai              marikkumo              sookshikkuka              ormakal              thaai              theerpu              nooru              vaazha              bandhangal              meendum              neeyum              koottam              pennum              rahasyam              kaaval              bhoomiyile              priyappetta              ponnu              ninne              pennu              anubhavam              kunguma              mattoru              vilakkum              vendum              bandham              mookkuthi              ithile             

Examples of "njaan"
Njaan Njaan Maathram is a 1978 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi and produced by MO Joseph. The film stars Madhu, Jayabharathi, Jose and Sankaradi in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Njaan Sanchaari is a 2010 Indian Malayalam film directed by Ajith Nair.
K.S.Chithra won the Asiavision Awards 2016 for Best Singer Female for the song "Poovithalai Njaan Naadha"
Rajah mesmerised listeners with classic numbers like Nee en chandrane, njaan
His autobiography "Njaan" received an award from Abu Dhabi Malayala Samajam.
Pillai also wrote two studies on state plays, "Nadaka Darppanam" and "Curtain". His autobiography is called "Njaan".
The direction for almost 15 of his movies was done by KS Sethumadhavan, so the two were very close to each other. Other directors who he worked with include Thoppil Baasi, the well known script writer who directed Ponni, and IV Sashi who directed ‘Njaan Njaan Maatram’ and ‘Ivvar’.
His vision of being a part of the Malayalam Film Industry came to life through "Thanichalla Njaan", directed by Babu Thiruvalla. He was the producer and part of the creative team that worked on the movie. "Thanichalla Njaan" paved the way to winning two Indian National Film Awards in 2012, the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration, and Best Supporting Actress for Kalpana.
Enikku Njaan Swantham is a 1979 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Chandrakumar and produced by M. Mani. The film stars Madhu, Jagathy Sreekumar, Jose and Shubha in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shyam.
Renji has acted in several cameo roles for his own films. However, he gained popularity as an actor for his full-length role in the film "Ohm Shanthi Oshaana" (2014). He has gone on to act in numerous films, with notable roles in "Njaan" (2014), "Premam" (2015), and "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016) and so on.
Jyothi Krishna born in Kerala, her family hails from Thrissur District mayannur. Jyothi is a Malayalam film actress. She made her acting début through the 2011 film Bombay March 12. Later she acted in critically acclaimed God for Sale (2013) and in Ranjith's Njaan (2014). Her recent film was Jeethu Joseph's Life of Josutty.
Muthumani made her film debut in Sathyan Anthikkad's, "Rasathanthram" opposite Mohanlal, in which she played the character who has a crush on the character played by Mohanlal. After that she has acted several notable Malayalam films. Some of her notable roles were in "Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty", "How Old Are You?", "Oru Indian Pranayakadha", "Njaan" and "Lukka Chuppi".
His movies include "Manassinakkare" (2003) "Njaan Salperu Raman Kutty" (2004), "Finger Print" (2005), "Alice in Wonderland" (2005), "Madhuchandralekha" (2006), "Moonnamathoral" (2006), and "Anchil Oral Arjunan" (2007). In mid-2008, he played Sugunan in Akku Akbar's "Veruthe Oru Bharya" (2008) and "Thuppakki" (2012), which established him as one of the leading comedy actors of Malayalam and Tamil films.
Njaan (English: "Me"; Malayalam: ഞാന്‍) is a Malayalam historical drama film directed by Ranjith with Dulquer Salmaan in the lead role, along with Jyothi Krishna, Anumol and new comer Shruthi Ramachandran as the female leads. The movie is based on the acclaimed novel "K T N Kottur Ezhuthum Jeevithavum" by T. P. Rajeevan, which is set in the backdrop of India's freedom struggle and depicts a magical history of a Kerala village. The film released on 19 September 2014.
In 1998, an American remake called "City of Angels" was released. The setting was Los Angeles (nicknamed the "City of Angels") and starred Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage. Apart from the premise of angels watching humans, the opening scene also taking place in a landmark library, a secondary love story arc, and specific parts of the script, City of Angels differs from Wenders' original film in many ways. In 1990, an Indian film in Malayalam, titled "Njaan Gandharvan" (I, the celestial singer) was made by P Padmarajan, with a similar thread. The film went on to attain cult status.
In Anjali Menon's ensemble romantic comedy drama "Bangalore Days" (2014), Salmaan played Arjun with Nivin Pauly and Nazriya Nazim as his cousins. The film received positive reviews and emerged as one of the highest-grossing Malayalam films of all time, grossing around . Later that year, he co-starred with Unni Mukundan in Lal Jose's "Vikramadithyan". It was a commercial success. He then performed in what he called his "most challenging film yet" in Renjith's "Njaan" (2014). His performance received favorable reviews and earned him several accolades, including a second Best Actor nomination at Filmfare.
P. Leela later went on to sing the songs of "Missamma" in various concerts of hers and received highly positive response every time. The song "Njaan Ariyathen" from the Malayalam film "Jailppulli" (1957) is loosely based on "Brindavanamadi Andaridi Govindudu Andarivadele"/"Brindavanamum Nandakumaranum". "Adavari Matalaku Arthale Verule" was remixed by Mani Sharma without any alterations in its tune and lyrics for the Telugu film "Kushi" (2001). The song was sung by Korivi Muralidhar who was referred to as "Kushi Murali" after the success of the remixed version.
T. P. Rajeevan's two major novels, "" ("Paleri Manikyam: A Midnight Murder Mystery") and "KTN Kottoor: Ezhuthum Jeevithavum", which were originally serialised in "Mathrubhumi Illustrated Weekly", caught the attention of the public and were widely acclaimed. "Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathira Kolapathakathinte Katha" was adapted into a by Ranjith in 2009 and had Mammootty playing three major characters. Although many critics consider the film inferior when compared to the novel, it still won many awards. Rajeevan also wrote this novel in English, titled "Undying Echoes of Silence". In 2014, his novel "KTN Kottoor: Ezhuthum Jeevithavum" was also adapted as a movie, "Njaan" by director Renjith.
The film had a highly successful soundtrack composed by M. S. Baburaj, with lyrics written by P. Bhaskaran. The songs were composed in Hindustani ragas. Assisted by R. K. Shekhar, background score was arranged by M. B. Sreenivasan. Songs like "Oru pushpam mathramen" (in raag Desh), "Pranasakhi njaan verumoru" (in Sindhubhairavi), both sung by K. J. Yesudas; "Avidunnen ganam kelkaan" (in Pahadi), "En prana nayakane" (in Yamuna Kalyani) rendered soulfully by S. Janaki and a romantic number, "Annu ninte nunakuzhi" was highly popular and sometimes regarded by critics as among the best songs in the language.
Once during this period, Abdul Khadar visited Basheer. The older brother proudly gave him his literary works to read. Abdul Khadar, instead of admiring his brother's literary genius found fault with the grammar and language usage. "Avante oru lodukkoos akhya... Ithu njaan varthamaanam parayunnathupole ezhuthivachirikkayaanu. Avante chattukaalan akhyaadam. Palunkoosan vyakaranam", Basheer retorts. Years later, with the publication of major works like "Baalyakaalasakhi" (1944), Basheer's name became recognised throughout Kerala. Then Abdul Khadar no longer complained of grammatical errors in his brother's sentences, instead asked him for copies of the book so that he could make money selling them. He even asked Basheer to write about members of the family and gave him ideas for plots of stories.