Synonyms for paarvai or Related words with paarvai
Examples of "paarvai"
K. J. Yesudas had his only collaboration with the duo in two songs from "Kadhalikka Neramillai" (1964): ""Nenjathai Alli Alli"" with L. R. Eswari and P. Suseela and ""Enna
"" with P. Suseela. After the partnership dissolved, K. J. Yesudas sang with Viswanathan and Ramamoorthy separately.
Vanakkam Thalaiva (English: Welcome Leader) is a Tamil language movie directed by Sakthi Paramesh who earlier directed films "Soorya
", "Looty" and "Three Roses" under the name "Parameswaran". The film stars Sathyaraj, Abbas, Susan, Vivek.
Sakthi Paramesh (sometime known as Parameswar) is a Tamil film director. He made his directorial debut with "Suriya
" and went on to make other films like "Looty", "Three Roses" and "Thavam".
Murali Krishna is an Indian film director who has worked on Tamil language films. He is best known for making romantic films in the early 2000s, and gained acclaim for "
Ondre Podhume" (2001).
" was the 100th film featuring Kamal Haasan, who also served as producer for the first time. It is loosely based on the 1972 film "Butterflies Are Free". The final scene of the film which featured Madhavi's character leaving the marriage hall in her wedding dress and joining Haasan, was inspired by the final scene in "The Graduate".
The actor-choreographer often appeared in Tamil film dance numbers like "Vellarika" from "Kadhal Kottai". "Easwara" from "Kannedhirey Thondrinal" and "Nee Park-ukum Ponnalum" from "
Ondre Podhume" being prime examples of his roles. In 2001, Ramji toured Japan as a part of the Tamil musical "Thilana", playing the lead role in a venture developed by Bharathan and scripted by Anita Raj and Kalyan.
is a 1999 Tamil crime film directed by Jagan. The film features Arjun and newcomer Pooja in lead roles. The film, produced by Sreenivas Prasad, had musical score by S. A. Rajkumar and was released on 14 January 1999 to negative reviews. The film is heavily inspired by the Luc Besson 1994 film "".
is a 1992 Tamil crime film directed by P. Madhavan. The film features Su. Thirunavukkarasar, Nizhalgal Ravi, Saranya Ponvannan, Ramkumar and Anju in lead roles. The film, produced by S. Selvarethinam, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 7 February 1992.
Pala. Karuppiah is an Indian politician and was a member of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from the Harbour constituency in Chennai District. He also appeared in silver screen for the film Angadi Theru directed by Vasanthabalan. He is also writer of 'Pattinathaar Oru
', 'Arasiyal Sadhirattangal', Kaalam Kizhittha Kodugal', 'Kannadhaasan', Kaalathin Velippaadu', 'Ellaigal Neettha Rama Kaadhai and 'Karunanidhi Enna Kadavulaa'.
"(Royal Gaze)" is a 1981 Tamil-language Indian film directed by Singeetham Srinivasa Rao. The story was written by Kamal Haasan, for whom the film was also his 100th starrer and first production. The score and soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was simultaneously made and released as "Amavasya Chandrudu" in Telugu.
Moving away from feature films, he worked for UTV Mumbai and then helped launch the Mahabharatham television series on Sun TV. He then briefly headed UTV's Chennai office, before starting his own production house, Crank Mediaworks. The studio has since gone to make serials including "Malli", "Agni
" featuring Simran and "Vijay Chithiram".
Raaj Kamal Films International is an Indian film production and distribution company founded and headed by Kamal Haasan. "Raja
" (1981) was the first film to be produced by them under the banner "Hasan brothers" before renaming it to Raaj Kamal Films International. Key people involved include Kamal's brothers Charuhasan and Chandrahasan.
Ondre Podhume is a Indian Tamil romantic film directed by Murali Krishna. The film stars Kunal, Monal and Karan in the lead roles. The film's soundtrack was composed by Bharani and was a surprise success, particularly the songs "Ye Asainthadum", "Thirumba thirumba", "Thirudiya Idhayathai" and "Thuli Thuliyaai". The film released on 16 March 2001 and became a box office success.
The film saw the second collaboration of Kunal, Monal, music director Bharani and director Murali Krishna after the success of "
Ondre Podhume" (2001). The film turned out to be the final film of Monal as she had committed suicide and died before the film's release.
Bharani was introduced as a music director by director S. A. Chandrasekhar in "Periyanna" (1999), before going to gain acclaim for his work in film such as "
Ondre Podhume" (2001) and "Charlie Chaplin" (2002). "Veluthu Kattu" in 2010 was his twenty fifth venture.
She did some modelling, fashion shows and beauty contests and subsequently received film offers. Monal's sister Simran was a leading actress in Indian films during the period, while another sister Jyoti made her debut in 2003. She made her debut in 2001 and was reported by the media for throwing tantrums on the sets of her first film. She was signed to make her debut in "Badri" alongside Vijay but "
Ondre Podhume" with Kunal released first.
After the release of "Kadhalar Dhinam", Kunal appeared in a series of box office failures like "Pesadha Kannum Pesume" (2002) and "Nanbanin Kadhali" (2007). His other three box office successes were "
Ondre Podhume" (2001), "Punnagai Desam" (2002) and "Devathayai Kanden" (2005), with the latter featuring Kunal in a supporting role alongside Dhanush and Sridevi Vijayakumar. When he was unable to find roles as an actor, he served as assistant editor for several films and turned to producing.
Another successful film by AVM in the 1960s was the 1966 film "Anbe Vaa" featuring the legendary M. G. Ramachandran, Saroja Devi and Nagesh. The film was a major success and the song "Rajavin
" topped the charts for a long time. In 1970, AVM produced "Enga Mama" featuring Sivaji Ganesan. '"Enga Mama" was a Tamil remake of the Hindi film "Brahmachari" produced by G. P. Sippy and performed moderately at the box-office.
He started his career by playing the 'Kottankuchi' (coconut shell), alongside great musicians like K. P. Sundarambal, M. K. T. Bhagavathar, T. M. Soundararajan and Seerkazhi Govindarajan. He was popular for creating shrill sound effects in Nenjam Marappathillai and footfall of the horse in "Rajavin
Raniyin Pakkam" song in MGR-Saroja Devi's Anbe Vaa. He has played instruments for music directors like M. S. Viswanathan, Ilayaraja and Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan.
He directed several films which were unsuccessful at the box office in the 1990s and was given a minor breakthrough in securing more films after his venture, "Guru
" (1998) starring Prakash Raj, won positive reviews. He then went on to make medium budget action films including "Vaanavil" (2000) and "Jaisurya" (2004) featuring Arjun, as well as "Raajjiyam" which had Vijayakanth and Dileep in the lead cast.
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