Synonyms for pennin or Related words with pennin

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Examples of "pennin"
Pennin Manathai Thottu (, ) is an Indian Tamil film released in 2000.
Pennin Perumai (; English: "Woman's Pride") is a 1956 Tamil language film starring Sivaji Ganesan, Gemini Ganesan, Savithri and M. N. Rajam in the lead roles.
Kumari Pennin Ullathile is a 1980 Tamil Indian feature film directed by R.Sankaran for Surendra Arts International. The film stars Vijayan, K. Bhagyaraj and Radhika in the lead roles.
G. Dhananjayan in his book "Best of Tamil Cinema" mentioned that the film's memorable songs "ensured repeat audiences". The song "Naan Aanaiyittal" remains one of the famous songs from the film. The song "Kumari Pennin" was remixed by Srikanth Deva in "Perumal" (2009).
Neelima started her career in "Oru Pennin Kathai" when she was in school. In her summer vacations she also did feature films like "Thevar Magan", "Virumbugiren" and "Pandavar Bhoomi". When she was 15 she played the second heroine role in "Acham Madam Naanam — Brindavanam".
On 18 August 2007, a music video for the song "Kalluri Vaanil" from the Indian Tamil movie "Pennin Manathai Thottu" was uploaded to YouTube by Mike Sutton (YouTube user Buffalax). The video was retitled "Benny Lava" and created as a soramimi, edited to include incorrect English subtitles that phonetically approximate the original Tamil lyrics.
After the success of "Thulladha Manamum Thullum" Vijay and Ezhil immediately decided to follow up this film with another collaboration, Pennin Manathai Thottu, with either Isha Koppikar or Roja to be roped in as the lead actress. However soon after pre-production, Vijay was replaced by Prabhu Deva. Newcomer Jaya Seal who appeared in television advertisements was selected as heroine. Sarathkumar was selected to play a guest role while Madhan Bob was assigned to play a small negative role for first time.
Ezhil is a Tamil film director, who made his debut with the 1999 romantic blockbuster "Thulladha Manamum Thullum" starring Vijay and Simran. His success streak continued with "Pennin Manathai Thottu", "Poovellam Un Vasam" and "Deepavali". He made a comeback in 2012 after a brief sabbatical with the Sivakarthikeyan starred film Manam Kothi Paravai which opened to moderate reviews from critics, but was a commercial hit. Suseenthiran and Karu Pazhaniappan were his assistants.
The songs from the film has inspired film titles - "Naan Aanaiyittal" (1966), "Kumari Pennin Ullathile" (2010). The footage of song "Naan Aanaiyittal" has been intersposed in "Villu" (2009). The basic story line of "Seeta Aur Geeta" (1972) was noted for its similarity with "Enga Veettu Pillai" as its female lead, portrays identical twins instead of male. This prompted Chakrapani to remake the film in Telugu and Tamil as "Ganga Manga" (1973) and "Vani Rani" (1974).
Mike Sutton, a mondegreen director on YouTube with the username "Buffalax", has uploaded several non-English music videos edited to include subtitles of the written English approximation of the video's original language's sound. "Benny Lava", Sutton's subtitling of the video for Prabhu Deva's song "Kalluri Vaanil" from the Tamil movie "Pennin Manathai Thottu", received considerable praise. Both the terms "Buffalaxed" and "Benny Lava" are now synonymous with mondegreens, "words or phrases misheard in ways that yield new meanings."
The film went on to become a blockbuster, running for hundred days across dozens of theatres in Tamil Nadu, while it also enjoyed similar success in the neighbouring state of Kerala. Vijay and Ezhil immediately decided to follow up this film with another collaboration, "Pennin Manathai Thottu", with either Isha Koppikar or Roja to be roped in as the lead actress. However soon after pre-production, Vijay was replaced by Prabhu Deva and the film went on to release in 2000.
Over the course of his writing career, Thiru Vi. Ka. published over fifty books. These include "Manitha Vazhkkaiyum Gandhiyadigalum", a study of the implications of Gandhi's thought for human conduct. His "Pennin perumai allatu valkait tunai nalam" was one of the most read books of that period. Also very influential, albeit at a more critical level, is his study of the concept of Beauty in Hinduism, published as "Murugan alladhu azaku"(Lord Murugan or Beauty). His writings reflect the internationalism characteristic of Indian intellectuals of that period, a strong pride in Indian and Tamil culture, coupled with a strong belief in the unity and universal kinship of all human thought.
The film went on to become a blockbuster, running for hundred days across dozens of theatres in Tamil Nadu, while it also enjoyed similar success in the neighbouring state of Kerala. Vijay and Ezhil immediately decided to follow up this film with another collaboration, "Pennin Manathai Thottu", with either Isha Koppikar or Roja to be roped in as the lead actress. However soon after pre-production, Vijay was replaced by Prabhu Deva and the film went on to release in 2000. Thefailure of the film led to more offers for Simran who with, "Thulladha Manamum Thullum" and "Vaali", established herself among the leading actresses in Tamil films.
The story is inspired by the Kannada novel "Mallammana Pavada" by B. Puttaswamayya which incidentally was already adapted into the 1969 Kannada movie "Mallammana Pavaada" whose screenplay was by Telugu director P. Pullaiah based on his 1955 Telugu movie with similar story titled "Ardhangi" which itself was based on Maddipatla Suri's Telugu translation of Bengali novel "Swayamsidda" written by Manilal Banerjee."Swayamsiddha" went on to be made into a 1975 Bengali movie of same name. "Ardhangi" was remade in Tamil as "Pennin Perumai" and in Hindi twice as "Bahurani" in 1963 and as "Jyoti" in 1981.
His sustained reading and movie-watching with zest and zeal created an affiliation to cinema within Palaniappan, thus inspiring his first toddler steps into Kollywood in 1994. Though he is acclaimed as director Parthiban’s protégé, Palaniappan worked under two other directors. With Mr. Parthiban he worked in Pullakuttikaaran (Parent) and House full. His grey cells contributed to Director Dharani’s stories that didn’t get transformed into films in the sandwiched time frame between his Edhirum pudhirum and Dhil. He worked under director Ezhil in "Thullatha Manamum Thullum", "Pennin Manathai Thottu" and Poovellam Un Vasam. Palaniappan is married to Pia, and has two children, Iniya (Daughter) and Dhaya (Son).
Vikram signed the film in May 2000 and it became the first venture he committed to after the blockbuster success of Bala's "Sethu". North Indian model Anita Hassanandani was selected to make her debut through the film, though another film, "Varushamellam Vasantham", ended up releasing before "Samurai". Simran first approached to play a pivotal role in the movie, but Jaya Seel, who appeared alongside Prabhu Deva in "Pennin Manathai Thottu", was roped in to play a medical student. Malayalam actor Kollam Thulasi was signed up to play a negative role in the film and thus made his debut in Tamil films.
The movie is a remake of 1987 Tamil movie "Enga Chinna Rasa" whose story was inspired by the Kannada novel "Mallammana Pavada" by B. Puttaswamayya which went on to be filmed as 1969's Kannada movie "Mallammana Pavaada". "Swayamsiddha" went on to be made into a 1975 Bengali movie of same name. "Ardhangi" was remade in Tamil as "Pennin Perumai" and in Hindi twice as "Bahurani" in 1963 and as "Jyoti" in 1981. "Enga Chinna Rasa" also went on to be remade in Telugu as "Abbaigaru" , in Kannada as "Annayya" and in Oriya as "Santan" (1998).
The movie is a remake of 1987 Tamil movie "Enga Chinna Rasa" whose story was inspired by the Kannada novel "Mallammana Pavada" by B. Puttaswamayya which incidentally went on to be adapted into a 1969 Kannada movie "Mallammana Pavaada". The screenplay of the Kannada movie was written by Telugu director P. Pullaiah based on his 1955 Telugu movie with similar story titled "Ardhangi" which itself was based on Maddipatla Suri's Telugu translation of Bengali novel "Swayamsidda" written by Manilal Banerjee. "Swayamsiddha" went on to be made into a 1975 Bengali movie of same name. "Ardhangi" was remade in Tamil as "Pennin Perumai" and in Hindi twice as "Bahurani" in 1963 and as "Jyoti" in 1981. "Enga Chinna Rasa" also went on to be remade in Hindi as "Beta" , in Telugu as "Abbaigaru" and in Oriya as "Santan" (1998).
It is based on Maddipatla Suri's Telugu translation of Bengali novel "Swayamsidda" written by Manilal Banerjee. The film was remade in Tamil as "Pennin Perumai" and in Hindi twice as "Bahurani" in 1963 and as "Jyoti" in 1981.The Bengali novel "Swayamsiddha" was remade into a 1975 Bengali movie of same name. The story of "Swayamsiddha" was also similar to the Kannada novel "Mallammana Pavaada" by B. Puttaswamayya which was adapted into 1969 movie titled "Mallammana Pavaada" for which screenplay was written by the director of this movie P. Pullaiah based on this movie. The Kannada novel "Mallammana Pavaada" also inspired the 1987 Tamil movie "Enga Chinna Rasa" which went on to be remade in Telugu as "Abbaigaru" , in Hindi as "Beta" , in Kannada as "Annayya" and in Oriya as "Santan" (1998).
The film is based on the novel "Mallammana Pavaada" written by B. Puttaswamayya.The screenplay was by Telugu director P. Pullaiah based on his 1955 Telugu movie with similar story titled "Ardhangi" which itself was based on Maddipatla Suri's Telugu translation of Bengali novel "Swayamsidda" written by Manilal Banerjee."Swayamsiddha" went on to be made into a 1975 Bengali movie of same name. "Ardhangi" was remade in Tamil as "Pennin Perumai" and in Hindi twice as "Bahurani" in 1963 and as "Jyoti" in 1981. The Kannada novel "Mallammana Pavaada" also inspired the 1987 Tamil movie "Enga Chinna Rasa" which went on to be remade in Telugu as "Abbaigaru" , in Hindi as "Beta" , in Kannada as "Annayya" and in Oriya as "Santan" (1998).