Synonyms for noottandu or Related words with noottandu

kudumba              pidakkozhi              koovunna              irupatham              iniyum              puthri              puthran              bhoomiyile              poocha              njaan              iruvattam              theerpu              visheshangal              swantham              varavu              cheppu              veendum              ithile              swapnam              vilikkunnu              njangalude              sookshikkuka              iddaru              rajavu              vishayam              swapnangal              veettile              priyappetta              geetham              paravaigal              ninakku              ithu              kizhakku              adimakal              sradhakku              kadha              raavukal              rahasyam              sesham              kapuram              virunnukari              dongalu              pennu              pathram              samsaram              vilakkum              nyayavidhi              sundaran              ulladakkam              sandhyakku             

Examples of "noottandu"
K. Madhu made his debut as a director in 1986, with "Malarum Kiliyum". Though, the film failed in creating an impact, Madhu succeeded in getting a career break in 1987 with "Irupatham Noottandu". The huge success of "Irupatham Noottandu" was followed by "Oru CBI Diary Kurippu" in 1988, which created a sensation in Kerala. Though has worked with several script writers, most of his huge hits has come from his combination with S. N. Swamy.
While writer S. N. Swami was working on the script of "Baba Kalyani", its producer Antony Perumbavoor approached him with the idea of a remaking Swami's earlier work "Irupatham Noottandu". It got Swami think about its possibility, in the final events of the film, villain died and Sagar is in Jail. After two years, Antony asked about the remake, Swami suggested taking only the character Sagar and making a completely new film, neither a continuation nor a sequel. In "Irupatham Noottandu", Sagar was an introvert who rarely smiles. Now, although the character has aged he is doing something that is not socially accepted.
Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu (Malayalam: പിടക്കോഴി കൂവുന്ന നൂറ്റാണ്ട്, English: "The Century Where The Hen Crows") is a 1994 Malayalam comedy-thriller film directed by Viji Thampi and produced by Urvashi, starring Urvashi, Manoj K. Jayan, Jagathy Sreekumar, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Kalpana, Vinaya Prasad, Janardhanan, and Saikumar.
He is working as the consultant for Kairali TV and People TV. He is the author of seven books: "Kaal Noottandu" (Political History of Kerala)," Swatandryatinu Sesham"-(Political History of India), "Vidyabhyasa Viplavam" -An educational Study, "Azhimatiyude kara"-A social Criticism, "Gulfile Keralam" - a Lifestyle study, "Netrunira"- Life sketches of 200 Kerala politicians, "Rastriya Vijnjanam"-political theory, "Idanazhikalil" - Autobiography
S.N. Swami and K. Madhu jointly worked for many a film. Together they have presented many blockbusters include Sethurama Iyer CBI, Irupatham Noottandu, Nariman, Oru CBI Diary Kurippu and many others. The first film they joined together was Irupatham Noottandu which was a box office hit from which they started granting superhits. Their next film Oru CBI Diary Kurippu was another blockbuster. Most of the films they joined together were a Legal-crime thriller. But they took a break after Rahasya Police which become a flop at box office. But they are joining together for the sequel of Sethurama Iyer, CBI Part 5:Black Ivestigators. All the sequels of this series was declared as superhits.
Irupatham Noottandu () is a 1987 Indian Malayalam crime-thriller film directed by K. Madhu and written by S. N. Swamy. It features Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi, Ambika, and Jagathy Sreekumar. The lengthy climax of the film was shot in a single day. Upon release, it shattered several box office records and became the highest-grossing Malayalam film until then. The film grossed more than 2 crores at the box office and ran for over 175 days in theatres.
Kavitha Ranjini was a prominent lead actress from 1983 to 1999. She has written the films "Ulsavamelam" and "Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu", the latter was also produced by her. She won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "Achuvinte Amma" (2005). She has won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress 5 times, which includes three consecutive wins from 1989 to 1991.
Sagar Alias Jacky Reloaded is a 2009 Indian Malayalam action film directed and filmed by Amal Neerad. It is a spin-off of the 1987 film "Irupatham Noottandu", with Mohanlal reprising his role of Sagar Alias Jacky. The film written by S. N. Swamy is produced by Aashirvad Cinemas. It also stars Bhavana, Shobana, and Manoj K. Jayan in supporting roles. The film was a commercial success at the box office, however it received mixed response from critics.
In 2007, he made his directorial debut with the Malayalam film, "Big B" starring Mammootty and Nafisa Ali. His next film was "Sagar Alias Jacky" starring Mohanlal. The film saw the return of the iconic character Jacky from the 1987 film "Irupatham Noottandu". The film had Shobhana and Bhavana as the female leads. In 2010, Amal worked with Prithviraj and Prakash Raj for the thriller "Anwar".
She returned to big screen in 1989 with the K P Kumaran directed Award winning movie "Rugmini" which had the story by Madhavikutty. Later she starred in movies like Jayaraj’s "Akasakottayile Sultan"- with Srinivasan, Kamal’s "Ennodishtam Koodamo"- with Mukesh, Madhubhala, Kamal’s "Ulladakkam" with Mohanlal, Shobhana etc., Siby Malayil’s Lohithadas scripted "Valayam" with Murali, Manoj K Jayan etc., T.V Chandrans’ "Ponthan Mada" with Mammootty, "Sasinas" based on Vaikom Muhammad Basheer’s life story with Asokhan, "Kidilol Kidilam" with Narendra Prasad, Rajan P Dev and Rekha, "Thalamura" with Narendra Prasad, Madhu and Anju, "Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu" with Urvashi, Ratheesh, Vinayaprasad, Sathyan Anthikkad’s "Samooham" with Suresh Gopi, Suhasini Manirathnam etc.
S. N. Swamy is an Indian screenwriter who works in Malayalam cinema. Particularly known for scripting films in the thriller genre, he has scripted some of the biggest hits in Malayalam film history including the CBI film series ("Oru CBI Diary Kurippu", "Jagratha", "Sethurama Iyer CBI" and "Nerariyan CBI"), "Koodum Thedi", "Irupatham Noottandu", "Moonnam Mura", "1 August", "Naduvazhikal", "Adikkurippu", "Parampara", "Dhruvam", and "Nariman". Though he is best known for the association with directors K. Madhu and Joshiy, he has also associated with other major directors in a few films. Recently,he appeared in a movie with Mammootty. He played the role of a layman in the A.K.Sajan movie named 'Puthiya Niyamam'.
It was a turning point in his life. He then acted in more than 100 films including one Hindi film (Meena Bazar). Some of his majors hits include "Idavela, Auto Brothers, Pranayanilavu, AakashaGanga, Mayajalam, Gazal, Kulapathi, Ayushkalam, Thalasthanam, Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo, Kasargode Kather Bayi, Ottayal Pattalam, Agnisalabhangal, Ganamela, News, Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu, Puli Varunne Puli, Ayanam,NeramPularumbol,Pachakkuthira,Udayoan,Naran, Lion,Hitler,Cabinet,Keerthanam, Oru Kadamkatha Pole ,Samagamam, Gloria Fernandez from USA, Good Boys, Mimics — Super 1000, Ishtamanu Nooruvattom, Mookillaa Rajyathu, Priyankari, KL7 – 95 – Ernakulam North, Mazhavil Koodaram, Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Samudhayam, Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu, Chronic Bachelor, Pattalam, Mazanagudiyil Mannadiyar Speaking".
Suresh Gopi made his debut as a child artist in K. S. Sethumadhavan's "Odayil Ninnu" (1965). He returned to acting in the mid-1980s with Sathyan Anthikkad's "T.P. Balagopalan M.A." (1986), where he played a prospective groom in a small scene. He went on to play supporting and villain roles. Some other roles of his include Balan in "Nandi Veendum Varika" (1986), Kumar in "Rajavinte Makan" (1986), Vinod in "January Oru Orma" (1987), Shekaran Kutty in "Irupatham Noottandu" (1987), Suresh in "New Delhi" (1987), Harry in "Oru CBI Diary Kurippu" (1988), Unni in "1921" (1988), and Aromal Chekavar in "Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha" (1989). He played the comic role of Inspector "Minnal Prathapan" in "Manu Uncle" (1988) and of Dr. Narendran in Padmarajan's "Innale" (1989).
20va Shatabdam () is a 1990 Telugu action crime thriller film directed by Kodi Ramakrishna and produced by R. V. Vijay Kumar under Sri Sai Ram Creations banner. The film stars Suman, Devaraj and Lizy in the lead roles and Suman Ranganathan in a cameo role. The music was composed by J. V. Raghavulu. The film shows crime in the 20th century. The songs "Ammani Minchi Daivamunnada" and "Naa Prema Nava Parijatam" are chartbusters. The former is one of the best Telugu songs about mother. The movie is a remake of 1987 Malayalam movie "Irupatham Noottandu" which was also remade in Kannada as Jackey (1989) starring Ambareesh. Devaraj reprised his role from the Kannada version.
The story is set in 1988. Haider (Indrajith) who worked for Mumbai underworld develops a plan to steal diamonds from a racket based in Kohinoor textile store in Cherupuzha run by Mamman (Sudheer Karamana) and Xavier (Riza Bava). He hires Nicholas (Chemban Vinod) and Freddy (Vinay Forrt) from Kochi for the theft. They in turn make sub-contract to a small-time thief Aandikunju (Aju Varghese), who gets his friend Louis (Asif Ali) involved for steal from group. Louis as a 1980s characterized youth has admiration for the underworld dons and is highly fascinated by Mammootty's character Tharadas from the popular film "Athirathram" and Mohanlal's character Sagar Alias Jacky from the popular film "Irupatham Noottandu", and wants to be a successful smuggler like them. The team runs into many obstacles during the thievery. In the end both Haider's team (Haider, Nicholas, Freddy and Nancy) and Louis team (Louis and Andrew) takes a share of the diamonds, with risking life and show of confidence.
As a playback singer, Mohanlal contributed his first song "Sindhoora Megham" to "Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil" (1985). In 1986, he established a career record by starring in 34 films in one year. Also in 1986, he became the youngest winner for Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor at age 26 for the comedy drama "T. P. Balagopalan M.A.", a record he held until 2006. The same year he co-founded Cheers Films, a second production company. The Indian media named Mohanlal a "superstar" after the success of the crime drama "Rajavinte Makan" (1986). In "Irupatham Noottandu" (1987), he portrayed mobster Sagar Alias Jacky which became a cult figure in crime dramas ever since its release. His tragicomedy "Chithram" (1988) ran continuously for 58 weeks in one theatre, a record still unbroken in Malayalam cinema. In 1989, his portrayal of Sethumadhavan in "Kireedam" earned him a Special Jury Mention at the 37th National Film Awards.
Swamy is the creator of some of the well-known fictional characters in Malayalam cinema including the most famous Sethurama Iyer (portrayed by Mammootty) and Sagar Alias Jacky (portrayed by Mohanlal). Sethurama Iyer, a CBI officer and the protagonist of the CBI film series, was based on a real life police officer called Radhavinod Raju who retired as Chief of India's National Investigative Agency. The four time portrayal of the same character by the same actor (Mammootty) under the same director-writer team (K. Madhu and S. N. Swamy) was a first in Indian cinema. Sagar Alias Jacky, a notorious gold smuggler, was the protagonist in "Irupatham Noottandu" and the eponymous "Sagar alias Jacky Reloaded". The characters Tharadas (originally created by John Paul for the 1984 blockbuster "Athirathram") and Inspector Balram (created by T. Damodaran for the 1986 blockbuster "Aavanazhi"), both portrayed by Mammootty, came together in "Balram vs. Tharadas" through his script. DySP Perumal, another cop enacted by Mammootty, appeared in two films: "1 August" and its sequel "15 August". Another character which has a cult following is Ali Imran, a cop played by Mohanlal in "Moonnam Mura".