Synonyms for payale or Related words with payale

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Examples of "payale"
Ganeshan's next directed and produced the Hindi film, "Shortcut Romeo" (2013), a remake of his 2006 film "Thiruttu Payale" starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and Puja Gupta.
Thiruttu Payale 2 is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language erotic thriller film directed and written by Susi Ganeshan. A spiritual successor to his earlier "Thiruttu Payale" (2006), the film features Bobby Simha, Prasanna and Amala Paul in the lead roles, with Vivek and Robo Shankar in supporting roles. Vidyasagar has been hired to compose music for the film. Produced by AGS Entertainment, the venture began production in October 2016.
One of Bell's closest African companions while hunting the Karamojo region was a Karamojoan named Payale, a member of a local tribe. They hunted together over several safaris in the region, and Bell accorded him great respect.
Patel next appeared alongside Neil Nitin Mukesh in Susi Ganeshan's "Shortcut Romeo", a Hindi remake of his own 2006 Tamil hit "Thiruttu Payale". The film received mixed reviews and performed poorly at the box office primarily due to a limited release by its producer. However, Patel was recognized for her portrayal of an unfaithful housewife.
Following a three-year hiatus, he returned as an actor in the main role with Susi Ganesan's "Thiruttu Payale", which earned him praise. He signed up for the remake of the 1974 film "Naan Avanillai", and post-release gained even more praise for helping it become a success. His recent releases include "Thotta" (co-starring Priyamani) and "Machakaaran" (opposite Kamna Jethmalani).
With multi-starrers diminishing in Tamil cinema, Abbas appeared in some low-budget ventures such as "Unarchigal" (2005) and "47A Besant Nagar Varai" (2006), before opting to pursue anti-hero roles. He starred as a womaniser in the horror film "Shock" (2004) and "Thiruttu Payale" (2006), and then also played a comic villain in "Sadhu Miranda" (2008) and "Guru En Aalu" (2009). In 2010, he made a return to Kannada films with the family drama "Appu and Pappu", portraying the father of young boy. In recent years, Abbas has appeared in television serials, while he also portrayed scientist Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis in "Ramanujan" (2014).
Shortcut Romeo is an Indian action crime thriller film directed and produced by Susi Ganeshan, under the banner of Susi Ganesh Productions. It is the Hindi remake of the director's own Tamil film "Thiruttu Payale" (2006), starring Neil Nitin Mukesh in the title role with Puja Gupta as his love interest, and Ameesha Patel in a negative character. The theatrical trailer of "Shortcut Romeo" was unveiled on 25 January 2013. The film was screened at Marche du Film at Cannes Film Festival on 22 May 2013. It released on 21 June 2013 to a largely mixed critical reception.
The film was launched on 21 November 2014 at AVM Studios, with the shoot beginning on the same day. The team released a series of promotional stills, with director Sakthi Chidambaram adamant that the film was not vulgar despite the raunchy pictures. He added he chose Jeevan to play the lead role as his character involved elements of being a fraud, with Jeevan playing similar roles in "Thiruttu Payale" (2006) and "Naan Avanillai" (2007). Three actresses were cast in lead roles, while Saranya Ponvannan was signed on to play Jeevan's mother in the film however she got replaced by Deepa Ramanujam.
AGS Entertainment ventured into film production in 2006 with Susi Ganesan's "Thiruttu Payale", which was followed by "Santosh Subramaniam", both emerging commercial successes. Their subsequent productions included the masala flick "Maasilamani", Chimbudevan's Western comedy "Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam", the period piece "Madrasapattinam", "Bale Pandiya", Myshkin's crime thriller "Yudham Sei", Bala's comedy entertainer "Avan Ivan", Prabhu Deva directed romance film "Engeyum Kaadhal", while the distribution of films includes "Kandhakottai" , "Inidhu Inidhu", Mynaa and "Payanam". Latest releases from the production house include "Vellore Maavattam" starring Nandha and the K. V. Anand-Suriya project "Maattrraan".
Thiruttu Payale (; ) is a 2006 Tamil erotic thriller film written and directed by Susi Ganesan. As like other Susi Ganesan films it is a real life experience based entertainer/thriller. The movie stars "Kaakha Kaakha" fame Jeevan, Sonia Agarwal, Abbas, Malavika, Vivek, Manoj K Jayan and Charlie. The film's music is composed by music director, Vishal Bhardwaj. The film was remade in Hindi by director himself as Shortcut Romeo. The film was also remade in Telugu and Kannada as "Mr. Rascal" and "Aadu Aata Aadu" respectively.
In April 2016, AGS Entertainment announced that they would team up with director Susi Ganeshan for a sequel to their 2006 film, "Thiruttu Payale". Early reports suggested that either Jeevan, Prasanna or Nakul would play the lead role. Consequently, in August 2016, Bobby Simha was revealed as the lead actor, while Prasanna was signed on to play the antagonist, thus teaming up with the director for the second time after 14 years. He made his debut with the movie Five star which released in 2002, which was also the director's debut film. Amala Paul was signed on to play the film's lead actress, while comedians Vivek and Robo Shankar were signed on for supporting roles. The film began production during November 2016, following a launch ceremony.
In 2006, Ganeshan made his third film "Thiruttu Payale". The film, which featured Jeevan, Sonia Agarwal and Malavika in principal roles, emerged a sleeper hit and ranked among the highest-grossing Tamil films of the year. It was named the third Best Film of the year by the Tamil Nadu State Government and gave major breaks to the leading actors, with the performances of Jeevan and Malavika in particular being considerably appreciated. Three years later, Ganeshan directed "Kanthaswamy". The film dealt with disparity of rich and poor in the Indian society, and it was reportedly the first South Indian film in that the protagonist, portrayed by Vikram, conceived a superhero character. The film had the biggest opening in the year 2009.
Post "Kanthaswamy" (2009), Susi Ganeshan announced plans to make his debut in Bollywood by remaking his own Tamil film "Thiruttu Payale" (2006). It was rumoured that Emraan Hashmi was approached to play the title role, while Bipasha Basu and Deepika Padukone were contenders to play a negative role. However, Ganeshan put a rest to these rumours stating that none of the rumoured actors have been considered for his film. In September 2011, it was announced that Neil Nitin Mukesh and Ameesha Patel were the finalized as the protagonist and antagonist. The film went on floors in November, with Richa Gangopadhyay playing Mukesh's love interest. However, after differences with the director, she dropped out and the role was offered to Puja Gupta. Once Puja was on board, the film's shooting progressed swiftly. A special song was also shot on the lead pair to music by Himesh Reshamiya.
Featuring his brother Dhanush, the film became a huge success and she was widely appreciated for her performance as Divya in the film, which brought her into the limelight and fetched her several awards, including the ITFA Best New Actress Award. She acted alongside actors Silambarasan and Vijay in the films "Kovil" and "Madhurey", respectively. In 2004, the controversial Tamil drama film "7G Rainbow Colony", directed by Selvaraghavan again, was released, which went on to become a blockbuster at the box office. After appearing in the films "Oru Kalluriyin Kathai" and "Oru Naal Oru Kanavu" in 2005, both of which failed to perform at the box office, she got roles in the films "Thiruttu Payale" and "Pudhupettai". The former, directed by Susi Ganesan, became a highly successful film, whilst the latter, another Selvaraghavan film, received universal critical acclaim.
A film which would feature Vivek in the leading role finally materialised in early 2004 and he completed a project titled "Solli Addipean" directed by newcomer Ramki. The team worked on the production of the film for close to a year and ensured that the audience would be able to accept the comedian's transformation into a lead role, with actresses Chaya Singh and Tejashree cast as the film's heroines. Despite completion, the film has been stuck since 2004 and as a result of a failure to find a distributor, the film is unlikely to have a theatrical release. In mid 2004, he suffered an injury during the production of a film and took a break from acting assignments for a period of six months. He returned by portraying a well-received supporting role in Shankar's "Anniyan" (2005), appearing as an undercover police officer hunting down clues left by a psychopath serial killer. The film opened to critical and commercial success with a critic noting "Vivek’s comedy is bankable", and the actor subsequently went on to win the State Award for Best Comedian for his work on the venture. He continued his comeback with appearances in Vijay's "Aadhi", Ajith Kumar's "Paramasivan" and Silambarasan's "Saravana", all of which released on the same day in January 2006. After winning acclaim for his performance as a comedic undercover detective in Susi Ganesan's "Thiruttu Payale", Shankar approached him to feature in a prominent role in his venture "Sivaji" (2007), starring Rajinikanth, which would go on to become the most expensive Tamil film made at release. Vivek allotted ninety days for the film, significantly more than any of his previous films, and his performance as Rajinikanth's sidekick Arivu, won him another award from the state for Best Comedian. He won positive reviews from critics for his performance, with reviewers noting his "one-liners are really whacky and hilarious" and that "Vivek must come in for special mention for his performance".