Synonyms for pattathu or Related words with pattathu

yaanai              thaai              geetham              ulagam              bhaktha              ponnu              ithu              kanasu              puthu              kizhakku              iniyum              ullam              thedi              raasa              kapuram              kaattu              bandham              gejje              naanu              puthiya              iddaru              raktha              njaan              vayasu              pudhu              ninne              kudumba              kutumbam              vendum              naaku              swantham              paravai              paattu              dongalu              devudu              bhale              deivam              hrudaya              kadha              chesina              neeku              abhayam              kunguma              kavithai              koduku              nenoddantana              samsaram              rojulu              mogudu              veetu             



Examples of "pattathu"
Aishwarya Arjun is an Indian film actress. She made her film debut in the Tamil film "Pattathu Yaanai" in 2013.
His novels are Pattathu Yaanai, Kutraparambarai (initially known as Kootanchoru) and Kuruthi Aattam. His short stories are compiled and released as Vela Ramamoorthy Kathaikal (வேலராமமூர்த்தி கதைகள்)
"Pattathu Yaanai" opened to mixed reviews from critics. S Saraswathi of "Rediff" said, "Pattathu Yaanai is a disappointing half-hearted effort by both Pandian and Krishna. The film has a poorly written script and has neither the music nor the performances to carry it through. Only the comic elements in the film and Santhanam make it watchable."
Though the eldest of the Payyans now is Anantha kutty Nadar, due to unknown reasons he refused to accept the rank. So the next elder most, Bala Prajapathi Adikalar is considered as the present Pattathu Ayya.
"Indiaglitz.com" said, "Pattathu Yaanai' is the same old wine. If you have to consider the exclusion of Chennai city in the story, casting the heroine as a high school girl, instead of a college student and villain gang with a light sense of humour, then it is old wine in new bottle."
Pattathu Raani is a 1992 Tamil comedy film directed by Manivasagam. The film features Vijayakumar and Gouthami in lead roles with an ensemble supporting cast including Manorama, Goundamani, Janagaraj, Senthil, Delhi Ganesh and Manivasagam. The film, produced by Rajeswari Manivasagam and P.S. Mani, had musical score by Deva and was released on 14 August 1992.
"in.com" said, "Pattathu Yaanai is boring! Boopathy Pandian has come up with decade old story again and has stick with the formula of songs, action, sentiment and comedy. The problem is the weak script and lack of strength to integrate all these commercial elements in screenplay properly. He is good at mixing humour at most unexpected circumstances and that’s the only thing that worked to some extent in this film with the help of Santhanam.".
Pattathu Yaanai (English: "Royal Elephant") is a 2013 Tamil action film written and directed by Boopathy Pandian and produced by Michael Rayappan. The film features Vishal Krishna and Aishwarya Arjun in the lead roles with Santhanam playing a supporting role. Music was composed by Thaman, and the film released on July 26, 2013 alongside its Telugu dubbed version "Dheerudu". The film opened to mixed reviews, and became an average grosser at the box office. The Telugu dubbed version, "Dheerudu", was released on March 14, 2014.
"Behindwoods" said, "Vishal has sincerely delivered what is expected from him. If you were to expect Vishal to showcase his six pack abs, you would be disappointed but the twist in the tale comes from the villain who removes his shirt to flaunt his chiseled torso. Action scenes though well choreographed, offers nothing new." and added "Aishwarya Arjun looks emaciated but fits into her docile role. Pattathu Yaanai is an apt vehicle for the debutante and there is not much for her to demonstrate in the department of histrionics."
Vahana pavani comes around the temple and along the four car streets, first through the Santhana Veethi and then through Ratha Veethi. The Nithiyapal is prepared daily and offered to Ayya Vaikundar ritually. It was the only food Ayya believed to be ate when in human form at Swamithoppe. This offering is done daily. The descendants of "Podukutty", the first Pattathu Ayya of Payyan dynasty, prepare this daily at the Pathi. Thavanaipal, a gruel prepared with rice and green gram, is distributed to the devotees.
On the next day on 20th of Masi, (4 March) 'The Great Masi Procession' begins early in the morning from Nagercoil. The Payyan (usually Pattathu Ayya) will lead the procession. A decorated vahana is carried in front of the procession in which the Akilattirattu Ammanai (palm-leaf version) is sacredly placed. This is an on-foot procession and people walk following the vahana, chanting Ayya " 'Siva-siva Siva-siva Ara-kara Ara-kara' ". The participants will hold a saffron flag on their hands. Decorated Elephants and horses participate in this procession.
Meanwhile, Sankaran Thamby received a dream the following day in which a Pandaram (mendicant) ordered Thamby to offer land for a Temple to Chellan Samiyar, whom he did not know. Though Thamby ignored initially, while he and his mother received repeated dreams in the following days he came to Thiruvattar and find out the person to whom he was wanted to donate the land. He found out Samiyar and the land was donated in 1944. The current Temple was constructed and was inaugurated by Pattathu Ayya "Krishnanama Mony" in 1959 C.E.
Prashanth Reddy of "Desimartini.com" said, "Pattathu Yaanai is an action-comedy at heart where momentary spurts of action are just a relief from what would have otherwise been a full-fledged comedy. The film makes more sense when you look at it as a comedy about the exploits of a bunch of wedding caterers who run from trouble and arrive in Tiruchy- only to find more trouble." and added "But because of the film's "mass entertainer" aspirations, it brings in utterly unnecessary characters, like the heroine, who adds no value to the story, besides being heavily detrimental. In spite of it, the film still manages to entertain and how- thanks to the one man who has been consistently delivering time and again: Santhanam,".
According to some oral traditions Vaikundar called the son of Thirumalammal affectionately as "Payyan" (little boy). No one but Payyan was allowed to perform the panivedai to Ayya whenever the Citar were away. He was allowed to offer the Nithiya Pal to Ayya during the Tavam. And after the period of Ayya, Payyan started administrating the Swamithoppe Pathi, in spite of the disputes with Vellaicchamiyar who claimed for the administration in the court, but the judgement was in favour of Payyan. Other Pathis came under the administration of the native followers of Ayya of that places. After the time of Payyan the descendants of him started the administration. The eldest of them was called Pattathu Ayya.
Babu was first spotted by director Ram Bala, after he accompanied a friend to the shoot of the comedy television series, "Lollu Sabha". Intrigued by Babu's peculiar looks and physique, Ram Bala enquired if Babu wanted to become an actor and subsequently took him on board as a junior artiste. Babu also worked as an assistant director in the series, helping write scenes for two years. Babu made his feature film debut by featuring in the Ameer-starrer "Yogi" (2009) as an aspiring actor who wants to be photographed by Ganja Karuppu's character, and subsequently adapted the name of the film as a prefix for his stage name. In 2013, he appeared in his first extended comedy role with "Pattathu Yaanai" (2013), while he also featured in the Hindi film, "Chennai Express" alongside Shahrukh Khan.
Bala Prajapathi Adikalar, the present Pattathu Ayya of Swamithoppe Pathi had a significant role in the later day developments of Ayyavazhi. He has been awarded communal harmony award in the year 2003. From 1975 the Masi Procession (The Vaikunda Avatara Orvalam) was held and today it was one among the largest religious processions in Tamil Nadu. People from almost all the districts of Tamil Nadu and from some parts of Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Maharashtra participate in this procession. A few years later the Thiruvananthapuram procession and the Thiruchendur Procession were also held. From 1994 onwards The Vaikunda Avataram was declared as a holiday for the district of Kanyakumari. From the year 2006 Ayya Vaikunda Avataram was declared as a Holiday for the districts of Tirunelveli and Tuticorin.
Following a successful collaboration with the 2007 film "Malaikottai", Vishal and Boopathy Pandian signed terms to make another film together in 2010. Boopathy Pandian subsequently moved on to make a film titled "Vedi" with Vikram in the lead role, but the film was cancelled after an initial schedule. In November 2010, it was reported that Pandian and Vishal would make another film under the Vishal's home banner, GK Films Corporation, in a venture titled "Pattathu Yaanai" and that it would feature the story that Pandian had planned for Vikram in his project "Vedi". In a turn of events, the director decided to opt out of the project and do the film instead with Arya and his banner, Show People. The deal took place without the knowledge of GK Corporation who had paid him and advance, with the production house's director Shriya Reddy criticising the director. But Arya opted out of the project. Boopathy Pandian after opting out of Telugu film "Jagan Mohan IPS" subsequently agreed again to make the film with Vishal and Michael Rayappan agreed to produce the film under Global Infotainment Ltd.
In the 2013 film "Samar", Vishal played a forest trek guide. Behindwoods stated that he "rocks in the action sequences" which include Parkour moves. He appeared in three more films that year. Following a cameo role in "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru", he starred in the action films "Pattathu Yaanai" and "Pandiya Naadu". The latter was Vishal's debut production venture. Vishal opted to produce and collaborate with Thiru for a third venture, "Naan Sigappu Manithan" (2014), a revenge drama, in which his character suffered from narcolepsy. To prepare for the lead role, Vishal read up and studied real life case studies of people with the disorder, citing that there was no references from cinema which he could watch and learn.Then he had acted under director Hari for second time in Poojai(2014) did somewhat good business at the box office.In 2015, he acted two films namely, Aambala and Paayum Puli both turning out to be a flop at the box office.In 2016, he did three movies Kathakali, Marudhu,and Kaththi Sandai.Former two where average grossers while Kaththi Sandai became a flop at the box office.
Following a successful collaboration with the 2007 film "Malaikottai", Vishal and Boopathy Pandian signed terms to make another film together in 2010. Boopathy Pandian subsequently moved on to make a film titled "Vedi" with Vikram in the lead role, but the film was cancelled after an initial schedule. In November 2010, it was reported that Pandian and Vishal would make another film under the Vishal's home banner, GK Films Corporation, in a venture titled "Pattathu Yaanai" and that it would feature the story that Pandian had planned for Vikram in his project "Vedi". In a turn of events, the director decided to opt out of the project and do the film instead with Arya and his banner, Show People. The deal took place without the knowledge of GK Corporation who had paid him and advance, with the production house's director Shriya Reddy criticizing the director. But Arya opted out of the project. Boopathy Pandian after opting out of Telugu film "Jagan Mohan IPS" subsequently agreed again to make the film with Vishal and Michael Rayappan agreed to produce the film under Global Infotainment Ltd.