Synonyms for parthiepan or Related words with parthiepan

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Examples of "parthiepan"
Radhakrishnan Parthiban (also credited as R. Parthiepan, Ra Parthiepan, or Parthiepan) is an Indian film actor, director, producer and writer who works mainly in Tamil cinema. He has worked in more than 50 films and has directed more than 10 films. Parthiepan is known for having directed critically acclaimed films like "Pudhiya Paadhai" and "Housefull" and for his performances in films like "Bharathi Kannamma", "Vetri Kodi Kattu", "Azhagi", "Melvilasom" and "Aayirathil Oruvan".
Sugamana Sumaigal () is a 1992 Tamil language drama film directed by R. Parthiepan. The film features R. Parthiepan and Shali in lead roles. The film, produced by Seetha, had musical score by Chandrabose and was released on 21 February 1992. The film is notable for its musical melodies and extensive creativity of movie making.
In February 2013, actor-director R. Parthiepan announced that he would write and direct his twelfth feature film and title it "Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam", noting that he would not act in the film unlike his previous ventures. The film began its shoot in December 2013 after Parthiepan had completed his acting assignments, with a schedule taking place in Chennai.
Ammuvagiya Naan (English: "I, Ammu") is a Tamil language film directed by Padmamagan starring R. Parthiepan and Bharathi. The film, released in September 2007, became a hit.
Ram Sudharsan is an Indian film editor, who has worked on Tamil language films. He has often collaborated in ventures involving Ameer and R. Parthiepan.
Sarigamapadani is a 1994 Tamil romantic drama film directed by R. Parthiepan. The film features R. Parthiepan, Roja and Sangita Madhavan Nair in the lead roles, with Vijayakumar, Manorama, Vinu Chakravarthy, Chinni Jayanth and Periya Karuppu Thevar playing supporting roles. The film, produced by Seetha, had musical score by Deva and was released on 10 February 1994. The film was released to negative reviews and it bombed at the box office.
Sabhash (English: Bravo) is a Tamil thriller film directed by K. Subash featuring R. Parthiepan, Divya Unni and Ranjith which was released on 1 September 2000. The film was remade in Hindi as "Vaadaa" (2005).
In May 2013, Parthiepan was working on a film script titled "Wi-Fi Alla Wife" in Malayalam but the film failed to progress after he could not find an apt actress for the lead role. Parthiepan later launched the film in Tamil titled "Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga" in July 2016 and began shooting for the film immediately alongside Thambi Ramaiah. He stated that the film would be produced through crowd funding, while the title was finalised after consulting an auto driver for his advice. After considering a series of newcomers to play the lead role, Parthiepan announced that Shanthanu Bhagyaraj would play the protagonist and stated that he felt by casting Shanthanu, he was returning a favour to his mentor and Shanthanu's father K. Bhagyaraj. Parvathy Nair was signed as the lead actress and was revealed to be playing a Malayali girl. The team subsequently also brought in actress Simran to play a guest appearance in the film.
Murthy (R. Parthiepan), a young man, had to work hard for his big family. A LIC agent (Shali) falls in love with him. The rest of the story is how he helped his family from the misery.
R. Sudharsan is an Indian film editor, who has worked on Tamil language films. He has often collaborated in ventures involving R. Parthiepan and made his debut through Manivannan's "Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA" (2013).
The film began production in July 2016, with former Naalaiya Iyakkunar participant Sudhar announced to be making his directorial debut. Parthiepan was signed on to play Chandran's paternal uncle in the film, who leads a criminal gang involving his nephew and the characters portrayed by Satna, Chaams and Daniel.
Maasilamani (Raghuvaran), a dreaded don, spreads terror around him: triggering riots, smuggling illicit liquor and drugs. The police are exasperated by Maasilamani and send Abhimanyu (R Parthiepan) to cope with Maasilamani. Abhimanyu is an incorruptible and strict Assistant Commissioner of Police who has been suspended seven times for challenging his superiors.
Thaiyalkaran (English: Tailor) is a 1991 Tamil drama film directed by S. P. Muthuraman. The film features R. Parthiepan, Aishwarya, Saikumar Pudipeddi, Sreeja and Charmila in the lead roles, with Muralikumar, Chokkalinga Bhagavathar, Vasu Vikram, Dubbing Janaki and Ganeshkar playing supporting roles. The film, produced by S. Thanu, had musical score by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and was released on 14 January 1991.
The movie opens with Cheenu (R. Parthiepan), who is blind, and his good friend Dharan (Ranjith) finding out that Cheenu's wife Shanti (Divya Unni) has died by hanging herself in their house. The police close the case as a suicide. Evidence surfaces which point to Dharan's guilt. But he resolutely maintains that he is innocent while Cheenu too believes his friend.
Podhuvaga Em Manasu Thangam (English: Generally my heart is gold) is an upcoming Indian Tamil language comedy film written and directed by Thalapathy Prabu, starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Nivetha Pethuraj in the leading roles, with Parthiepan and Soori in supporting roles. The film began production during September 2016 and will release in 2017.
Aayirathil Oruvan () is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language adventure film written and directed by Selvaraghavan. Produced by R. Ravindran, it features music composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, cinematography by Ramji and editing by Kola Bhaskar. The film stars Karthi, Reemma Sen and Andrea Jeremiah in the lead roles with Parthiepan playing a pivotal role.
Kulasekaran (R. Parthiepan) is a liquor shop owner and he likes to spend the time in college. Kulasekaran is also a modern Don Juan : a seducer of women. His father Kabali (Vinu Chakravarthy) is a drunkard and he was involved in smuggling illegal liquor, while his mother (Manorama) is a soft person.
Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga (English: "Fill in the blanks") is a 2017 Tamil-language film produced, written and directed by R. Parthiepan, which stars himself alongside Shanthanu Bhagyaraj and Parvathy Nair in the lead roles. Featuring music composed by Sathya and cinematography by Arjun Jena, the film was released on 14 January 2017.
Housefull is a 1999 Tamil film written and directed by R. Parthiepan. The film stars himself, Vikram and Suvalakshmi in the lead roles. The film was produced by Parthiban's children under Bioscope Film Framers. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The film has won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil at 46th National Film Awards.
Abhimanyu is a 1997 Tamil crime film directed by K Subash. The film features R Parthiepan, Ravali, Raghuvaran and Geetha in lead roles. The film, produced by C Chiranjeevi, had musical score by Deva and was released on 5 September 1997.