Synonyms for pakshe or Related words with pakshe

snehapoorvam              chukkan              ponmuttayidunna              aromalunni              kalikkalam              thumbolarcha              koottukudumbam              makalum              akalangalil              panimudakku              apoorvam              mahanagaram              manasam              pingami              mukunthetta              raparkam              artham              ishtamanu              kazhchayil              tharattu              virunnukari              sphodanam              chennu              ayitham              nagarangalil              adimakal              bhagyavan              rajakkanmar              kavadiyattam              cheppu              iniyum              ardram              ennoru              orukkam              tharavu              nyayavidhi              mazhavilkavadi              udamakal              vilkkanundu              manathe              iruvattam              engane              varavu              sesham              rajyathu              santhushtaranu              saivar              mathachan              pennu              adhikaram             



Examples of "pakshe"
"Harito Yuvanasvasya Harita yata atmajah ete hy Angirasah pakshe kshattropeta dvijatayah". "The son of Yuvanasva was Harita of whom the Haritash were sons". "They were on the side of Angiras twice born men." "Brahmans of Kshattriya lineage."
Ishtamanu Pakshe is a 1980 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Balachandra Menon and produced by EJ Peter. The film stars Jagathy Sreekumar, Venu Nagavally, Ratheesh and Sankaradi in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Venu started his career as an announcer in Akasavani. He later sung a song in the movie "Chottanikkara Amma" (1976) but was noticed only in 1978 when he acted in the movie "Ulkkadal" directed by K. G. George, thus starting his acting career in movies. His noted movies as an actor are "Shalini Ente Koottukari", "Meenamasathile Sooryan", "Pakshe", and "Chillu".
Mohan is an Indian director of Malayalam films. Mohan has done several critically acclaimed films including "Angene Oru Avadhikkalathu", "Pakshe", "Isabella", "Oru Katha Oru Nunnakkatha", "Idavela", "Vida Parayum Munpe", "Randu Penkuttikal" and "Shalini Ente Koottukari". He has scripted five films, "Angene Oru Avadhikkalathu", "Mukham", "Sruthi", "Alolam" and "Vida Parayum Mumbe", and wrote the story of two films, "Ithile Iniyum Varu" and "Kathayariyathe". He himself produced his film "Upaasna".
Pakshe (; ) is a 1994 Malayalam romantic drama film written by Cheriyan Kalpakavadi and directed by Mohan. It stars Mohanlal and Shobhana in the lead roles. Though a usually repeated story in Malayalam films, the director is successful in saying the story in the most heart-touchable way. The film was critically acclaimed and was a box-office success. Mohan is a critically acclaimed director in Malayalam film and has directed many classic movies such as "Isabella", "Edavela", "Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu" etc.
"Pakshe" circles around the tragic and sacrificial life of Balachandra Menon (Mohanlal), an IAS officer. Balan was brought up in a poor family whose properties were sold out by his father (Karamana) to fund legal cases. Balan was in love with Nandini (Shobhana). She was an aspirant writer and belonged to a rich family. However, their relationship was accepted by both their families and their marriage was fixed. Unniyettan (Venu Nagavally) was a teacher of Balan who motivated him to become a civil servant. With prayers from Nandini, Balan successfully passed the written exam of IAS.
He came to prominence through his collaboration with Malayalam author and director Padmarajan. "Koodevide" was their first venture, which had one of the most famous songs of Johnson "Aadivaa Kaatte", a pathbreaking song in Malayalam music history. It was one of the first songs in Malayalam to so many western classical elements. The song was born out of Padmarajan's need for a western song for his innovative film. Song composition took place in Woodland's Hotel, Chennai. Another notable feature of this song was the lyrics by O. N. V. Kurup, who for the first time wrote lyrics for a pre-composed song. Johnson worked for 17 films with Padmarajan, including his last film "Njan Gandharvan". This productive collaboration saw the detailed screenplay and cinematography of Padmarajan become a fertile ground for expressive musical narration and thematic scores for Johnson. This is seen in some of the greatest motion pictures of Malayalam cinema, like "Nombarathipoovu" (1987). Another notable collaboration of Johnson was with director Sathyan Anthikkad, with whom he associated in almost 25 films. He was able to provide some of his most popular songs with Anthikkad and this combo is widely accepted to be one of the greatest director-composer collaborations in Malayalam cinema. Acclaimed Malayalam director Bharathan also collaborated with him in multiple films including "Parvathy, Palangal, Ormakkayi, Kattathe Kilikkoodu, Ente Upasana, Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam, Ozhivukalam, Malootty, Chamayam" and "Churam". His major other collaborations with directors include Mohan ("Oru Katha Oru Nunakkatha, Sakshyam, Pakshe" and "Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu"), Sibi Malayil ("Kireedam, Chenkol, Dasaratham" and "Nee Varuvolam"), Sreenivasan ("Vadakkunokkiyantram" and "Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala"), Lohithadas ("Bhoothakkannadi", Kamal ("Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Shubhayathra, Ee Puzhayum Kadannu" and "Paavam Paavam Rajakumaran"), and Balachandra Menon ("Shesham Kazhchayil, Premageethangal, Kilukilukkam", "Kelkatha Shabdam" and "Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu").