Synonyms for ormakal or Related words with ormakal

njaan              marikkumo              theerpu              thedi              iniyum              geetham              vandha              meendum              vishayam              neeyum              swantham              poocha              raavukal              koottam              theeratha              thilakam              kannukal              kudumba              swapnangal              nooru              vendum              aadyathe              varusham              kaattu              bandhangal              sneham              kaalamellam              sookshikkuka              sukham              pennum              hrudaya              bandham              noottandu              swapnam              varai              iruvattam              idanilangal              ponnu              mounam              abhayam              ninne              sundaran              vayasu              paravaigal              ithile              kalyaanam              kaaval              thaai              njan              raktha             



Examples of "ormakal"
Ormakal Marikkumo is a 1977 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by KS Sethumadhavan. The film stars Jayan, Kamalahasan, Prema and Sankaradi in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.
Babu Paul published his first book at the age of 19. The book ' Oru Yathrayude Ormakal' was written in memory of his trip to Europe to participate in the International Student's Conference.His Autobiographic Service story 'Katha Ithuvare' was published in 2001. He is the writer of the first Malayalam Bible Dictionary 'Veda Sabda Rathnakaran'. He has written various other English and Malayalam books.
Thoppil Bhasi was prolific in terms of his creative output during his active years in theatre and movies. He authored 16 full-length plays, screenplays for over a 100 movies, directed 16 movies and his autobiography was titled, Oliviley Ormakal. He was a regular contributor to the Janayugom Magazine and short stories to various publications which are yet to be collated and archived.
Noted scenarist and actor Sreenivasan is associating with Chandran nearly after two decades. Sreenivasan had donned a key role in the 1995 film "Ormakal Undayirikkanam". Through this film, Kailash makes his comeback to Malayalam cinema after a certain gap. Meghna Raj was originally cast for the lead female role. She opted out citing busy schedules and the role was later given to Mythili, while veteran actor Shankar played a cameo. "Bhoomiyude Avakashikal" will also see music director Shahabaz Aman make his acting debut.
Chandran's next venture "Ormakal Undayirikkanam" (1995) starred Bharath Gopi, Mammootty, Master Nitin, Nedumudi Venu and Sreenivasan. It portrayed the rise of the Communists to power in 1957 and the infamous Vimochana Samaram (Liberation Struggle) of 1959. The film earned a national and a state award to Chandran. With critical success coming back to back, Chandran wrote and directed "Mangamma", which told the story of a bold woman who stands up to all the trials and survives. Produced by the National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC), it was screened at the Zanzibar International Film Festival. The film won many major awards, including national and state awards.
In 1978 she was cast as a heroine in "Uthradarathri", a film directed by Balachandra Menon. She received the Kerala government's Best Actress award for the 1978 films "Bandhanam" and "Ente Neelakasam". The same year she earned the Best Actress award by Filmfare for the Kannada-language film "Aparichita". In 1979 she was recipient of the National Award for Best Actress for the Tamil film "Pasi", which was produced by Lalitha, the eldest of the Travancore sisters. She also received the Filmfare Best Actress award for "Pasi" and received the Second Best Actress award from the Kerala government in 1977 for the film "Ormakal Marikkumo".
She debuted in Telugu cinema in 2011 with "Jai Bolo Telangana". The Malayalam film, "Seniors" saw her playing the role of a villain, with Meera stating that the film was "a revelation even to me". Including "Seniors" she had four Malayalam releases in 2011, but she felt that it was not a good year for her as none of them helped her career. In 2013, she was first seen as a journalist in "Lokpal". That year she also turned playback singer. She sang the romantic number "Mazhayude Ormakal" composed by Ratheesh Vegha for V. K. Prakash's "Silence". Her debut Kannada film "Karodpathi", for which she had begun shooting in 2012, then titled as "Kotyadhipathi", released after a long delay in 2014. She played the role of a tribal girl in "Black Forest", which won the National Film Award for Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation.
T.V. Eachara Warrier (1920–2006) was a professor from Thrissur district in the south Indian state of Kerala. He became famous for his legal struggle against the Congress-led Government of Kerala during the Emergency, in an attempt to get to the facts about the disappearance of his son Rajan. After the Emergency was withdrawn, the Rajan case rocked Kerala politics. Kerala's home minister, K. Karunakaran, was forced to step down following some adverse comments from the Kerala High Court on a "habeas corpus" writ petition filed Warrier seeking the state to produce his son in court. Warrier's fight for the cause of his son also became one of the best remembered human rights fights in the state, and his book titled "Oru Achchante Ormakal" ("Memories of a Father") had also attracted wide attention and fetched the state award in 2004.
In 2006, he began his career in music through the television show "Raindrops" in Kairali TV functioning under Malayalam Communications. He also anchored the show "Sing N Win" which was a musical quiz show in Kairali TV. In 2007, he started anchoring and singing in the show "Ganamela" in Kairali WE channel which was the first ever live telecast singing talent show in Malayalam. He continued his association with the channel till 2011. During this time, he had also started performing in various stage shows with various popular artists in India. In 2013, he started his association with Surya Music (under Sun Network) and did two music related shows; "Jackpot - Music Quiz" and "Ormakal Countdown". During this period, he also performed in Kappa TV in the show "Music Journey" which was also the beginning of the band "Paattukada" led by music composer Sunny Viswanath in which he is a vocalist. Following the performance, the band was called upon by the legendary director Padmasree Bharath Balachandra Menon for his come back show held at Kottayam which was a huge success. In continuation of this, an equally successful show was held in Dubai. Following the show in Dubai, "Paattukada" went on to perform in Kappa TV's "Shoot an Idea Season 2" which was highly acclaimed and also the closing ceremony of prestigious 35th National Games of India in Thrissur district of Kerala.