Synonyms for pennum or Related words with pennum
Examples of "pennum"
The State award came her way for her work in "Agnisakshi" and "Oru
She is currently playing the heroine in director Pradeep Nair’s Cherukkanum
malayalam movie the film shooting is currently going on in Kochi.
Randaanum (Translation: "A Woman and Two Men") is a 2008 Malayalam feature film written and directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan.
Natupramaniyum is a 2000 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Rajasenan. The film stars Jayaram, Samyuktha Varma, Srividya and Jagathy Sreekumar . The film had musical score by A. B. Murali.
Narayanan Nair Harikumar (born 19 July 1955) is a sound editor and recordist known for his works in Malayalam films. He has won two National Film Awards and nine Kerala State Film Awards for audiography. He has worked for many Adoor Gopalakrishnan movies like Anantaram, Mathilukal, Nizhalkuthu, Naalu Pennungal, Oru
Randaanum etc. He is currently working as the Chief Audio Engineer at Aries Vismayas Max.
Sankar is also known for his bold stands, reactions and writings on social and political issues at various magazines. His articles made many controversies and widely discussed in Kerala. Oru valakilukkathinte Oarmakku (Memories of the Bangles) is his first published short story collection. "Oru
Parayathathu" ("The Story Never Told by a Woman") is his first published novel. "Poopoloral" ("A Man Like a Rose") and "Kaappi marangalkkidayile penkutty" ("The girl from coffee country") are his other books.
The project to make films on Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai's stories came when Doordarshan in their Timeless Classics series wanted to compile works of writers in different languages who have produced classic literature. This was the first film in the project and was followed by Oru
Randaanum in the next year. Both the films have a four-chapter-structure based on independent short stories by Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai. Both the films also share the same geographical and temporal setting.
K. Subrahmanyam was a key figure behind the establishment of a Madras based Tamil film industry. He started his film career as scenarist and producer, working on P. K. Raja Sandow's silent films like Peyum
. He started Meenakshi Cineton with R. M. Alagappa Chettiar, directing his first film "Pavalakkodi", in which the Tamil film star M. K. Thyagaraja Bhagavathar debuted. He made a remarkable shift with the politically emphatic "Balayogini", criticizing the caste system prevalent then.
Praveena (born 11 April 1978) is an Indian film and soap actress who has starred in numerous Malayalam films and Television soap operas. She started her acting career in 1992. Her debut film was "Gowri". Her debut as a heroine was in "Kaliyoonjal" (1997). She received the Kerala State Film Awards for her performances in the films "Agnisakshi" (1998) and "Oru
Randaanum" (2008). She received the Kerala state award for dubbing also for "Elektra" (2010) and "Ivan Megharoopan" (2012).
Parameswaran worked as a statistics compiler, receptionist, medical representative and a teacher before becoming an artist. He has no formal training in arts and originated and developed his own style. He self-taught himself pencil sketching and oil-painting. He debuted into films as assistant director with Adoor Gopalakrishnan's film Nizhalkuthu. His first film as art director was 2007-film Naalu Pennungal directed by Adoor, for which he also won a state award. After his debut with Adoor's film, Parameswaran has been working as art director for his all films. He has worked as art director for many films including, Oru
Randaanum, Maestro's Memoirs, Mohiniyattam, Magizhchi and Pinneyum.
The cognomen "Capitolinus" is derived from the "Mons Capitolinus", or Capitoline Hill, one of the famous seven hills of Rome. The agnomen "Barbatus" of this family means "bearded". The surname "Cincinnatus" refers to someone with fine, curly hair, as does the agnomen "Crispinus", which belonged to the later Capitolini. A few of the Quinctii bear both the surnames "Cincinnatus" and "Capitolinus", and men of both families also bore the cognomen "Pennus" (sometimes found as "Poenus"). According to Isidore, this surname had the meaning of "sharp": ""
antiqui acutum dicebant"." Alternately the name could be connected with "penna", a feather, or wing.
Worked for twenty eight years in Chirtranjali Studio and was the Chief Sound Engineer on retirement in June, 2008. Presently freelancing in sound designing and short film making. During the career in the Chitranjali Studio, received President’s awards thrice for Audiography for films Anantharam directed by Sri Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Piravi directed by Sri Shaji .N.Karun and Desadanam directed by Sri Jayaraj. Have also received nine awards for audiography from the government of Kerala. The last one was for the film "Oru
Randanum" directed by Sri Adoor Gopalakrishan, in 2008. Received the President’s award for the best director for a biographical documentary onVaidya Ratnam P.S.Warrier produced by Kerala State Film Development Corporation, Trivandrum, for the Public Relations Department in 2005. Have done sound design for films like "KuttySrank " by Shaji N Karun and "Bhoomiyute Avakasikal" by T. V .Chandran. Recently worked as sound designer for the film "Swapanam " directed by Shaji N Karun and "Oralpokkam " directed by Sanal Kumar Sasidharan
"Streetlight" ( Malayalam - സ്ട്രീറ്റ്ലൈറ്റ് "Sţrīṛṛlaiṛṛ") is a Malayalam film written and directed by Sankar. The film was shot entirely in Kerala with a cast that includes Aparna Nair, Irshad (actor), Krishnan Balakrishnan and Maya Viswanath. The story of the movie is a free adaptation of the Malayalam novel written by Sankar named "Oru
parayathathu" (the story never told by a woman) and narrates the life of a prostitute who fights against the corrupt and malignant socio-political environment of Kerala society and finally makes her way successfully as a committed social worker. Her life is a journey from social alienation and stigma into a transformed and socially concerned person who becomes a godsend for the large group of orphaned children.
"Elanthoor Padayani" is being perfomed along with 8 days long Padeni maholtsavam at Elanthoor Bhagavathikunnu Devi Temple during February–March month of every year (Malayalam month of 'kumbam')(starts on makayiram naal). 8th day from makayiram naal is the grand padeni or Valya Padeni. Large crowd on valya padeni's Procession is a main attraction follows kaappoli program. Main kolams are Ganapathi, Pishaachu, Sivakolam, Marutha, Koottamarutha, Rudra Marutha, Naayattu, Kuthira, Pakshi, Sundara Yekshi, Anthara Yekshi, Maya Yekshi, Arakki Yekshi, Erinaaga Yekshi, Maadan, Karinkkaali, Kaalankolam, Nina Bhairavi, Bhairavi, Kaanjiramaala and Mangala Bhairavi. Other performances include Velakali, Thaavadi, Pulavrittham, Pooppada and various types of Vinodhams such as Kaakkarashi Drama, Paradeshi, Sharkarakudam, Ammumma, Pattarum
, Ooraali, Pulayan, Naadukaani, etc.
Adoor Gopalakrishnan is an Indian film director, script writer, and producer. Adoor Gopalakrishnan had a major role in revolutionizing Malayalam cinema during the 1970s and is regarded as one of the most notable filmmakers of India. Adoor's first film "Swayamvaram" (1972, script by K.P Kumaran the director of one of the best Indian film " Athidhi ".) pioneered the new wave cinema movement in Kerala along with " Olavum Theeravum " (1970) and " Athidhi "(1974). Most of his films go to festivals around the world, and are released in Kerala. All the eleven films he directed, from "Swayamvaram" to "Oru
Randaanum" (2008), were screened at several international film festivals and won him several national and international awards. He won National Film Awards 16 times, Kerala State Film Awards 17 times and also won several international film awards. He won the prestigious British Film Institute award for "Elippathayam" (1981). Adoor received the Padma Shri in 1984 and the Padma Vibhushan in 2006. The Nation honoured Adoor for his valuable contributions to Indian cinema by awarding him the highest cinema award of India, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for the year 2004.
Returning to Tamil Nadu, he directed and acted in a number of silent films for R. Padmanaban's Associate Film Company. Many of his silent films had reformist social themes like "Peyum
" (1930), "Nandhanar" (1930), "Anadhai Penn" (1931), "Pride of Hindustan" (1931) and "sathi usha sundari" (1931). After talking films were introduced with "Alam Ara" in 1931, he went back to Bombay and starred in many Hindi and Tamil talkies. He was often paired with the actresses Gohar and Sulochana (Ruby Myers). Between 1932–35, he acted in many socially themed Hindi films like "Shyam sundar" (1932), "Devaki" (1934) and "Indira MA" (1935). In 1935, he was commissioned to direct his first Tamil film "Menaka" and returned to Madras. He continued directing and acting in films till his death in 1943. "Vasantha Sena"(1936), "Chalak Chor" (1936), "Chandra kantha" (1936), "Vishnuleela" (1938), "Thiruneelakantar" (1939) and "Choodamani" (1941) were some of the films he directed and starred in during that period. The last film he worked in was "Sivakavi" (1943).
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