Synonyms for paadum or Related words with paadum

raasa              vandha              thaai              kaattu              geetham              paravaigal              thedi              neeyum              vendum              ennai              poocha              neeye              vaazha              ponnu              thilakam              njaan              iniyum              anandha              savaal              theerpu              tharum              kunguma              bandham              magalukku              unnai              njan              kodallu              sandhyakku              gaanam              puthu              paattu              vannu              maathu              kudumba              kaathal              azhagiya              nimishangal              mounam              andamaina              kavithai              swapnam              vilayattu              ninne              cheppu              paasam              veliye              koottam              meendum              nandri              palaivana             

Examples of "paadum"
It was remade in Tamil as "Paadum Vaanambaadi" with Anand Babu and in Telugu as "Disco King" with Nandamuri Balakrishna.
Paadatha Veenayum Paadum is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sasikumar, starring Jagathy Sreekumar and Rekha in the lead roles.
The music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. Mani said that the song "Naan Paadum Mouna Raagam" was his homage to Hindi film "Pyaasa" and the inspiration for the title of "Mouna Ragam" (1986) came from the song.
As a television host he has hosted television shows like "Paadum Office" on STAR Vijay, a Tamil version of the popular "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" on Zee Tamil and many other shows.
Ente Mohangal Poovaninju is a 1982 Malayalam film starring Shankar and Menaka in lead roles. The film was remade into Tamil as "Isai Paadum Thendral", with Sivakumar and Ambika doing the lead role.
Anveshana () is a 1985 Telugu thriller film directed by Vamsy. The film stars Karthik, Bhanupriya, Kaikala Satyanarayana, and Sharat Babu in important roles. This is the third film for Vamsy as a director after Sitara and Alapana. The film was also dubbed in Tamil as "Paadum Paravaigal" with reshot comedy track of Goundamani and Senthil.
Naan Paadum Paadal is a 1984 India Tamil language film directed by R. Sundarrajan and produced by C. S. Rajesh Khanna, A. Francis Xaviour and R. Palanisamy. The film stars Sivakumar, Mohan, Ambika and Pandiyan in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja.
She made her debut in the Tamil film industry through the song "Poojaikketha Poovithu" from the film "Neethana Antha Kuyil", which was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. She was given the title "Chinnakuyil" after singing the song "Chinna Kuyil Paadum" from the 1985 released film "Poove Poochudava". Director Fazil cast her for this song after Ilaiyaraaja got impressed with her song sung in original version in Malayalam for the film "Nokkethadhoorathu Kannum Nattu" in 1985 directed by himself..
The film's title came from the song "Naan Paadum Mouna Ragam", from Ratnam's "Idaya Kovil" (1985). Although he began work on the script while making "Pallavi Anu Pallavi", "Mouna Ragam" did not begin production until after "Idaya Kovil" release. Ratnam said that due to budgetary constraints it would have been easier to send the female lead to Bangalore instead of Delhi, but he did not want her to be able to easily return to her parents because she could not adjust to her husband. The line ""Neenga thottaa kambilipoochi oorraa madhri irukku"", spoken by Divya to Chandrakumar, expressed how she would feel on her wedding night.
At age 17, Nakshatra was spotted by director Sunil Kumar Desai at a function, who called her mother, Sumithra, and expressed interest in casting her in his film. She was given the starring role in Desai's "Saregama" and shortly after landed a role in "Gokula", which also became her maiden release, and one of the lead roles in "Hare Rama Hare Krishna". She played a shy girl in "Gokula" and got to co-act with her mother. Critics were positive on her performance in that film, stating that she was "quite impressive", "steals the show" and "strikes in a small role". "Saregama" went through several delays and was shelved later, while, due to conflicting schedules, she had to opt out of "Hare Rama Hare Krishna", with the role going to Pooja Gandhi eventually. 2011 she had her first Tamil releases, "Doo" and "Marudhavelu". The next year, she also made her debut in Malayalam in "Vaidooryam", changing her screen name to Deepthi for Malayalam films. She had a second Malayalam release that year, "Kili Paadum Gramam". In "Vaidooryam", she played Gayathri, a "strong woman who faces hardships and goes through emotional trauma to win her love", with Nakshatra stating that the role was a "huge challenge" as some scenes were "very demanding". She further added that working in the film helped her to overcome her "inner obstacles" as was a shy and reserved person but was forced to open up and "come out of my shell" for the role. In "Kili Paadum Gramam" she played a "pampered and bubbly village girl"; both films were box office bombs.
The soundtrack of the film consisted of 29 songs were composed by the music director Papanasam Sivan who also penned the lyrics for all songs while G. Ramanthan took care of orchestration. Sivan originally penned the song "Vadaname Chandra Bhimbamo" as "Mugam Adhu Chandra Bimbamo". When M. K. Thyagaraja Bhagavathar pointed out to Sivan how "Mugam Adhu" sounded like "Muhammad", Sivan changed it to "Vadaname". The song "Soppana Vazhvil" was based on Vijayanagari raga which resembles Sivaranjini raga. The song "Amba Manam" is based on Pantuvarali raga. The song "Vallalai Paadum" is based on Senchuruti raga. The song "Vasantharuthu" is based on Vasantha raga. The song "Kavalayai" is based on Natakurinji raga. The song "Vadhaname" is based on Sindhubairavi raga. The song "Ellam Sivan Seyal" is based on Thodi raga. The song "Manam Kanidhe " is based on Rathipatipriya raga.
Sivakumar came into the industry in 1965 as a supporting actor. In the late 1960s as a lead hero he has starred in few notable Tamil movies such as "Kandan Karunai", "Thunivae Thozhan" and "Uyarndha Manidhan". Between 1965 and 1974 he was pre-dominantly playing supporting roles, in the films with M.G.Ramachandran (2 films), Gemini Ganeshan (7 films), Shivaji Ganeshan (14 films) and R.Muthuraman (11 films) in the main lead roles. He has acted in supporting roles alongside Jayalalitha in 7 films which includes Yarukkum Vetkam Illai, Thirumangalyam, Kavalkaran, Shakti Leelai, Ganga Gowri, Motor Sundram Pillai, Annai Velankanni and was romantically paired opposite her in Kandan Karunai and Shri Krishna Leelai. He started getting offers as the solo lead hero from 1974. Some of his successful films with him in lead role in the 1970s include Gumasthavin Magal, Sollathaan Ninaikkiren, Arangetram, Vellikizhamai Viratham, Panathukkaga, Melnaattu Marumagal, Pattikkaattu Raja, Then Sindhudhe Vaanam, Thangathile Vairam, Bhadrakali, Aattukara Alamelu, Bhuvana Oru Kelvi Kuri, Kadavul Amaitha Medai, "Enippadigal". The director duo of Devaraj and Mohan directed Sivakumar in lead role in 9 films - "Ponnukku Thanga Manasu, Annakili, Uravadum Nenjam, Kavikkuyil, Sainthadamma Sainthadu, Chittu Kuruvi, Rosaappo Ravikkai Kaari, Poonthalir and Isai Paadum Thendral." In fact Kamal Hasan and Rajnikant have played supporting roles in the films with Sivakumar in the lead role between 1972 and 1982.