Synonyms for njangalude or Related words with njangalude

kudumba              veettile              puthri              iniyum              sandhyakku              swapnangal              iruvattam              ulladakkam              swantham              varavu              geetham              theerpu              rahasyam              noottandu              marikkumo              ithu              swapnam              snehamulla              iddaru              avalude              puthran              cheppu              ithile              visheshangal              njaan              chuvanna              priyappetta              aatmiyulu              sookshikkuka              poocha              kapuram              swanthamevide              kannukal              anveshichu              virunnukari              manathe              yamagola              bhoomiyile              oppol              pillalu              sneham              uyarangalil              nanmakal              rasathanthram              kanalkattakal              kutumbam              vilakkum              illatha              kadathanadan              veendum             



Examples of "njangalude"
Naale Njangalude Vivaham is a 1986 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sajan. The film stars Mukesh, Shankar, Menaka and Ahalya in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shyam.
His popular films include "Shalini Ente Koottukari", "Ithu Njangalude Katha", "Oru CBI Diary Kurippu", "Kireedam", and "Devaasuram". Sreenath's last film was the 2009's "Kerala Cafe", a movie that had 10 short films woven around a common theme.
Sreenath (; 26 August 1956 – 23 April 2010) was a popular Malayalam film and television actor. He acted in many hit films, including "Shalini Ente Koottukari", "Ithu Njangalude Katha", "Oru CBI Diary Kurippu", and "Kireedam".
Ithu Njangalude Katha is a 1982 Malayalam film made in India, by P. G. Viswambharan. The movie marked the debut of Mukesh and Shanthi Krishna. This film is a remake of Tamil film "Palaivana Solai".
At the start of his film career, he worked with actress Shanthi Krishna in a few hit movies and fell in love during the shoot of "Ithu Njangalude Katha". He later married her at Guruvayoor Temple in September 1984. But the marriage didn't work and the two parted ways in September 1995.
Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal () is a 2014 Malayalam family drama film directed by Sibi Malayil, joining hands with Jayaram after a long gap, opposite Priyamani in the lead. The movie is penned by K. Gireesh Kumar. Narain, Innocent, Kalabhavan Shajon, and Lena play significant roles in the film. Priyamani has been paired up with Jayaram for the first time. The background score and soundtrack are composed by Ratheesh Vega. Kalabhavan Shajon debuts as a singer in the film through the song "Maaye Maaye".
Press in Thrissur, which was managed by Vallathol Narayana Menon. In March 1910, the printing was further shifted to Lakshmisahayam Press at Kottakkal. The running of "Kavana Kaumudi" put Kerala Varma into financial crisis. Later, P. V. Krishna Warrier joined as the co-editor of "Kavana Kaumudi". Following the death of Kerala Varma, Warrier became the Chief Editor of the periodical. Warrier introduced a book review column in the periodical by the name "Njangalude Vayanamuri". Later, advertisements and book reviews started appearing in prose. Several poems from Vallathol's "Sahitya Manjari" and G. Sankara Kurup's "Sahitya Kauthukam" were first published in "Kavana Kaumudi". The periodical also carried several translations of English romantic poems.
Paresh C Palicha of "rediff.com" rated 2/5 stars and wrote "The film cannot be taken seriously and it turns out to be a miserable disappointment". "Cochintalkies.com" rated 2/5 stars and said "Watchable, But do not expect anything. A movie made out of desperation that would the exact sentence to define this movie. Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal with no doubt has a good story but mediocre script and lousy direction has ruined this movie "Sify.com" gave "below average" verdict and stated "There is no point in mincing words, Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal tests the patience of the viewer big time. Watch it at your own risk please!". "Indiaglitz.com" rated 5/10 stars and wrote "Even after with a convincing story and decent performances from the key players, the movie fails to impress, enthuse or amuse at any points of its narratives. The problem with the movie is that the whole theme is handled in a inept matter by K Gireesh kumar, whose script lines fail to bringing any impressions."
Released on 9 October 2008 amidst the Vijayadashami celebrations, the film became one of the biggest blockbusters of the year in Telugu cinema and successfully completed 100 days, winning several accolades. The movie was dubbed into Malayalam with the title "Ithu Njangalude Lokam", becoming a big success. The movie was also dubbed in Hindi as "Pavitra Bandhan". The movie was remade in Kannada as "Cheluvina Chilipili"(2009) by S. Narayan and cast his son Pankaj and Roopika in the lead roles. The Television rights of the film was sold to Zee Telugu.
Palaivana Solai is a 1981 Tamil drama film directed by the duo Robert — Rajasekhar. The film features Suhasini Maniratnam, Chandrasekhar, Janagaraj, Rajeev, Kailash Nath and Thyagu in lead roles. The film, produced by R. Vadivel, had musical score by Sankar Ganesh and was released on 17 October 1981. The film was declared blockbuster at the box-office and the film has grown a strong cult film. It was remade in Telugu as "Manchu Pallaki", in Malayalam as "Ithu Njangalude Katha" and it was remade in Tamil in 2009 under the same title.
"Nowrunning.com" rated 1.5/5 stars and gave a "poor" verdict and wrote "From the levels of a normal family drama, the movie attempts to become a psychological thriller. Technically the movie doesn't bear the stamp of an experienced director. 'Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal' in all likelihood will struggle in theatres like uninvited guests in a party.". Unni R Nair of "Kerala9.com" rated 2/5 stars and said "The film seems just about OK, but fails to impress; it once again proves that it’s the script that makes or mars it all. In this case the script mars it all, despite the story being convincing and the key players delivering rather decent performances. The film, on the whole, fails to impress, excite or entertain." and concluded as "Unimpressive; poor scripting mars it all...Forgettable!!!".
Santhosh hails from Trivandrum. He is the only son of retired headmaster C. N. Kesavan Nair and P. Rajalakshmiamma, who is also a retired teacher. He has two sisters.He grew up along with his sisters in Pettah, Thiruvananthapuram. Santhosh was brought up by his maternal grandparents Adv. K. S. Chellappan Pillai and B. Parukuttyamma ever since his parents left to Ethiopia on deputation. He did his schooling at St. Joseph's Higher Secondary School, Thiruvananthapuram. Both his sisters turned out to be gynecologists while he wanted to pursue a career as an actor. He graduated and post graduated in Maths from Mahatma Gandhi College, Thiruvananthapuram. He was active in politics during his college days. He made his debut through Malayalam movie "Ith njangalude Katha" in 1982. He got married to Subhasree.V, a high school teacher by profession and have a daughter, Rajasree S Nayar.
She Started her career acting through the film Red Wine in 2013, directed by debutant director Salam Bappu. Mohanlal did the lead role produced by Gireesh Lal under the banner Gowri Meenakshi Movies. She is lucky to get her career start with "The Complete Actor" Mohanlal. Meera Nandhan, Meghna, Anusree, Mia, Fahad Fasil, Asif Ali and Khailash also done some important roles in this movie. Her second venture was with Director Jeethu Joseph in the movie Memories as Jancy, and she is the Gang leader of the four friends in that movie. Prithviraj Sukumaran Appeared in the main role in this film. She was also a part of the Movie, How Old Are You?. Manju Warrier's reentry into the film industry after a big break. She did the character of Sub Collector in that film.The film was directed by Roshan Andrews . She has also done lots of movies like "Samaaya", Apothecary with Suresh Gopi , Jayasurya , Asif Ali, Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal with Jayaram directed by Sibi Malayil and "Krishneksha" directed by "Suneesh Neendor" and Currently she is acting as Heroine in the movie "Anyarkku Preveshanamilla" directed by "JayaKrishnan".
His next Malayalam outing was in "Guha" with Menaka his most successful costar and arguably the best hero heroine combination along with Prem Nazir - Sheela and Madhu-Srividhya, as a psychopath, but the film flopped, but his later films "Kadathu" opposite Roja Ramani, "Oothikachiya Ponnu" with Poornima Jayaram and the super successful "Ente Mohangal Poovaninju" cemented Shankar as the romantic hero of Malayalam films. Simultaneously his Tamil films "Sujatha", "Koyil Puraa", "Mouna Yuddham" and "Raagam Thedum Pallavi" also done good business. He also tried a change in his appearance with "Udhayamahirathu" by shaving off his moustache. Success continued in Malayalam with "Padayottam", "Anuragakodathy", "Kaliyamardanam", "Sandhyakku Virinja Poovu" and "Engane Nee Marakkum", so he decided to concentrate only in Malayalam films. His other successful films of 1983 are "Mortuary", "Hello Madras Girl" and "Himam". In 1984, Shankar had hits like "Ente Kalithozan", "Arante Mulla Kochu Mulla" and "Muthodu Muthu". He also gave break to new directors Priyadarsan and T.S.Suresh Babu with "Poochakkoru Mookkuthi" and "Itha Innu Muthal" respectively as both films were major hits of 1984. Next year he was a part of successful films "Archana Aradhana", "Ambada Njaane!", "Aram + Aram = Kinnaram", "Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil" and "Vannu Kandu Keezhadakki", but in Priyadarsan's successful thriller, "Parayanumvayya Parayathirikkanumvayya", his performance was widely accepted as an action hero. In 1986, Shankar became a producer and turned Sibi Malayil into a family director with "Chekkaeran Oru Chilla". His other major films of 86 are "Naale Njangalude Vivahum", "Oppam Oppathinoppam" and "Sughamo Devi" along with Mohanlal.