Synonyms for paravaigal or Related words with paravaigal

ullasa              kaattu              iniyum              thedi              vandha              pennu              njaan              kunguma              vendum              thalattu              vazhga              theerpu              vilakkum              pillalu              thaai              sookshikkuka              kodalu              raasa              nooru              neeye              bandhangal              ninne              puthu              mattum              ithu              marupakkam              kalyaanam              paadum              kudumba              vaazha              njan              poocha              vizhigal              velai              geetham              vayasu              cheppu              rendum              yaare              kondu              poovum              iddaru              ezhai              porutham              gaanam              pattalam              angaadi              kaaval              vandhu              ennai             

Examples of "paravaigal"
Paravaigal Palavitham is a 1988 Tamil Indian feature film directed by Robert-Rajasekar for producer KR. It stars Ramki and Nirosha in the lead roles.
She has also worked in television series and television shows. She worked as a regular guest judge on "Asathapovathu Yaaru" and has hosted the reality show "Paasa Paravaigal". In 2013, she was the judge on the Tamil comedy show "Comedyil Kalakkuvathu Eppadi" that airs on Vijay TV.
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.
Palaivana Paravaigal (English: Desert Birds) is a 1990 Tamil crime film directed by Senthilnathan. The film features Sarath Kumar, Anandaraj, newcomer Udhayan and newcomer Dharani in lead roles. The film, produced by K. S. Srinivasan and K. S. Sivaraman, had musical score by newcomer Ilayagangai and was released on 15 September 1990.
Ullasa Paravaigal ("Amusing birds") is a Tamil language film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of. The movie has evergreen songs that are murmured even today. The movie was a hit at the box office. This film has been dubbed into Telugu as "Prema Pichi" and in Hindi as "Do Dil Deewane".
Paasa Paravaigal (தமிழ்: பாசப் பறவைகள், ) is 1988 Tamil Family - Drama film was directed by Cochin Haneefa and produced by Murasoli Selvam. The film script were written by M. Karunanidhi. Music by Ilaiyaraaja assets to the film. It stars Sivakumar, Lakshmi, Mohan and Radhika played major role.
Kalyana Paravaigal is a 1988 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by P.K.S.Maniraj, produced by Augustine Fernandez and Joseph Martin for "Nirmal Cine Creations" starring Deepa and Radha Ravi in lead roles. The film was advertised as the 100th film of actress Deepa ( Unnimary ).
On playing the hero roles, Anand Raj mentioned, "When one gets popular being a villain, people around you always push you to take the next step and it was one of those phases when I took up offers to play the lead role". He went on to play lead roles in films, "David Uncle", "Thampi Oorukku Puthusu", "Kaaval Nilayam", "Palaivana Paravaigal", "Katharavan", "En Rajangam", "Kizhakku Veluthathchu", "Government Mappillai", "Pokkiri Thampi", "Puthiya Aatchi" and "My India". Eventhough directors offered him good scripts, the films just didn't work well at the box office.
Thisai Maariya Paravaigal (தமிழ்: திசை மாறிய பறவைகள், English: The Birds that Changed Direction) is a 1979 Tamil - Romance - Social Satirical film was directed and written by S. Jagadeesan. The film was produced by P. S. Veerappa and P. S. V. Hari Haran under his productions P. S. V. Pictures. The film screenplay were written by P. L. Sundararajan. Music by M. S. Viswanathan assets to the film. It Stars Sarath Babu and Sumalatha was played lead role to protagonist. Sumalatha in her debut film appearance.
Sumalatha began acting at age 15, after winning an Andhra Pradesh beauty contest in 1979. Her first film was Thisai Maariya Paravaigal (Tamil) for which she got the Best New Face Award. Her Kannada entry was through Ravichandra opposite to Rajkumar. She entered Telugu through Samajaniki Saval (1979), and Malayalam through Moorkhan (1980). She appeared in many Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu films early in her career. She was Rajinikanth's second heroine besides Rati Agnihotri in films like "Murattu Kaalai" and "Kazhugu". Most of her Telugu films are with Chiranjeevi. She was the heroine of legendary Malayalam actor Jayan's last film Kolilakkam (1981). In her Malayalam entry film Moorkhan, she acted as Jayan's second heroine. Her most memorable Malayalam films include "Thazhvaram, " "Isabella", "Nirakkoottu", "Thoovanathumbikal", "Parampara" and "New Delhi". She has acted in many Kannada movies like "Aahuti", "Avatara Purusha", "Tayi Kanasu", "Karna", "Hong Kong nalli Agent Amar"Tayiya Hone", "Kallarali Hoovagi", "Ravichandra" in which she acted with actor Rajkumar. Telugu is the language in which she acted the most number of times, followed by Malayalam.
In 1989, R. Sarathkumar was spotted by Raju, the personal make-up man of actor Vijayakanth, and recommended him to the "Pulan Visaranai"'s team. Finally, R. Sarathkumar acted as a villain in "Pulan Visaranai" and the film turned out to be a blockbuster. He won a "Cinema Express Award for Best Villain" for his role and created him more film offers. In 1990, he teamed up for the second time with Kalaivanan Kannadasan for the film "Mr. Karthik" which flopped at the box office. Thereafter, he appeared in antagonist roles in Tamil films of which "Pudhu Padagan", "Velai Kidaichuduchu", "Raja Kaiya Vacha", "Enkitta Mothathe", "Jagathalaprathapan" and in Telugu films such as "Vishnu", "Magaadu" and "Balachandrudu". He acted few Tamil films in supporting roles such as "Salem Vishnu", "Sirayil Sila Raagangal", "Mounam Sammadham" and "Puriyaadha Pudhir". "Puriyaadha Pudhir" marked the first collaboration of Sarathkumar and the director K. S. Ravikumar. He also acted his first venture as hero in "Palaivana Paravaigal" under Senthilnathan's direction, who gave at that time consecutive hits. In 1991, he acted in twelve Tamil films and three Telugu films, mostly in supporting roles and four films in lead roles but he continued to act few films as villain. In the start of 1991, he acted in negative roles in the Telugu film "Stuartpuram Police Station" starring Chiranjeevi and Vijayashanti, "Namma Ooru Mariamma", "Vetri Padigal" and "Pudhu Manithan". He acted as a retired military officer in "Chithirai Pookkal" and played the second hero role in the blockbuster film "Captain Prabhakaran". In May 1991, he appeared in lead roles in Senthilnathan's "Kaaval Nilayam" and K. S. Ravikumar's rural drama film "Cheran Pandiyan", and starred as Chiranjeevi's brother in the Telugu film "Gang Leader", the three were commercially successful. In July 1991, he acted in "Archana IAS" co-starring Sithara and acted the father role in "Vaidehi Kalyanam". In the end of 1991, he played a small role in Telugu film "Surya IPS", a negative role in Pavithran's "Vasanthakala Paravai" and starred in lead role in Senthinathan's "Thangamana Thangachi".