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is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed by A Vincent and produced by S. Pavamani. The film stars Mammootty, Nedumudi Venu, Menaka and Prathapachandran in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. Raghavan.
The film's soundtrack is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who had also scored the music for Rajmohan's previous film "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum". The album features six tracks and is released on 5 May 2014 at Sathyam Cinemas, Chennai.
He began his career in writing with the publication of "
Puzhayum" (1988), a collection of short stories. He received an Edasseri Award for this work in the same year.
Ilayaraja later adapted "Maanguyile" as "Endhirayyo" for the Telugu film "Shiva Shankar" (2004). The song "Nandhavanathil Oru" was adapted by Yuvan Shankar Raja as "Muttathu Pakkathile" in "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" (2009). The song "Ooru Vittu Ooru Vandhu" was remixed by Natarajan Shankaran in "Kappal" (2014).
"Kalyana Rathri", "Vellimullukal", "Jwalayum
", "Chekuthan", "Manushyarum Nadikalum", "Mercina, Novel Sangrahangal", "Ezhu Bharatheeya Novalukal", "Atma Kadhayiloode", "Kutta Sammatham", "Ammayum Kamukiyum", "Maranathinte Maravil", "Japan Annum Innum", "Indian Nadodi Nrithangal", "Katari Pidicha Kai", "Gold Finger", "Thunder Ball", "Darpana", "Seven Summers", "Adhunika Lokathile Adbhutha Oushadangal"
The music was done by Mohan Sitara, Somashekharan Unnitan and MG Anil. The songs are sung by Jayachandran, Shweta Mohan, Vijay Yesudas and Anuradha Sriram. The film has five songs. The lyrics were by Devadas (famous for Kattukurinju
kondu) and MT Pradeep Kumar.
Goripalayam is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language drama film written and directed by "Mayandi Kudumbathar" fame Rasu Madhuravan. The film stars Vikranth, Harish, Ramakrishnan of "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" fame, Manivannan's son Raghuvannan and Poongodi in lead roles. The film released on 7 May 2010 to Moderate responses.
The music was praised by critics. Behindwoods wrote, "Yuvan Shankar Raja proves why he is the ‘Little Maestro’ in the finale of the movie and the little pathos song sung by Yuvan himself, will surely move you". The Hindu wrote, "topping the list of other highlights is Yuvan Shankar Raja’s score. The songs have been chartbusters for quite a while. Now you notice his RR beautifully enhancing the mood of the sequences". The New Indian Express wrote, "Yuvan Shankar Raja’s background score is a key strength to the film". Rediff wrote, "music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is melodious and pleasing to the ear, particularly the
number by Vijay Yesudas and Vinaitha". Sify wrote, "Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music is peppy and the pathos song sung by the music director in the climax and picturised on the child artist is heart-warming and will move you to tears".
Pottum (தமிழ்: பூவும் பொட்டும், English: Flower and Vermillion) is 1968 Tamil Romance - Drama film was directed by Dada Mirasi and Produced by Vasu Menon. The film's dialogue were written by Aarur Doss and story were written by Nihar Ranjan Gupta respectively. Music by R. Govarthanam assets to the film. It stars P. Bhanumathi, S. V. Ranga Rao, A. V. M. Rajan, Nagesh played lead with Bharathi, Jothilakshmi, R. Muthuraman and Pandari Bai played portraying supporting roles.
Soman Ambaat (also spelled Soman Ambatt or referred as just Soman) is a notable director (Member of FEFKA) in Malayalam cinema. His debut film was "Aayiram Abhilashangal" (1984). This was followed by several notable films in Malayalam like "Manasariyathe" (1984), "Oppom Oppathinoppum" (1986), and "Agnimuhurtham" (1987). He has also worked as Chief Associate director for movies like "Jagadguru Adisankaran" (1977), "Shrimad Bhagwadgeeta" (1977), "Ashtamangalyam" (1977), "Harshabhaspam" (1977), "Pichipoo" (1978, "Manoradham" (1978), "Vilakkum veilchavum" (1978), "Aanakkalari" (1978), "Kolillakam" (1981), and "Ponnum
In August 2007, following the success of his film "Chennai 600028" (2007), speculation over S. P. B. Charan's next production venture arose. While initial reports suggested that he would produce "Achchamundu! Achchamundu!", starring Sneha and Prasanna, Charan opted to produce a film titled "Aaranya Kaandam", to be directed by a newcomer Thiagarajan Kumararaja and starring newcomers. However, despite announcing the project, it was called off later that year and Charan started producing the film "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" in May 2008.
Konjum Puravum is a 2009 Indian Tamil drama film, directed by debutante Rajamohan, who earlier worked under renowned directors like A. Venkatesh and S. D. Vijay Milton, which stars newcomers Ramakrishnan and Thananya in lead roles. It is produced by SPB Charan under his banner Capital Film Works and has musical score by acclaimed music director Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film released on 24 April 2009 to Good responses.
Nearly one year after the stupendous success of his film "Chennai 600028", in May 2008, SPB Charan decided to produce his next film. He then got to meet Rajamohan, as erstwhile assistant, who worked under prominent directors like A. Venkatesh and Rajakumaran, who told him the story of his film, which he titled as "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum", impressed of which, Charan decided to produce that film. Rajamohan became a director, since he wanted to fulfill the wish of his brother, who wanted to become a director, but died in an accident, before his wish was satisfied.
Sulile Kumar (also credited as Tarun Shatriya) is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil and Kannads language films. He made his debut in a supporting role in Tarun Gopi's "Kaalai" (2008), before going on to play the antagonist in films including "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" (2009) and "Aanmai Thavarael" (2011) and the lead role in "Padam Parthu Kaadhal Sol" (2012). Kumar went on to play more villains, such as in "Nagaram" (2010), "Markandeyan" (2011), "Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal" (2012) and many more, before playing the lead role in the romance action drama "Padam Parthu Kaadhal Sol" (2012). The film had a limited release.
Kumar made his acting debut in a supporting role in Tarun Gopi's "Kaalai" (2008), with director Tarun Gopi giving him a new stagename of Tarun Shatriya. He continued to portray antagonistic roles in "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" (2009), "Nagaram" (2010) and "Markandeyan" (2011), before playing the lead role in the romantic comedy "Padam Parthu Kaadhal Sol" (2012) and the unreleased investigative thriller "Kandupidi Kandupidi". In the year 2015 Sulile Kumar debuted in the Kannada film "Maarikondavaru", where he played a real life character of Devanura Mahadeva, an award-winning novelist and writer in Kannada. Later he went on to work as a lead in a period drama, "Kalathur Gramam" and the unreleased investigative thriller "Kandupidi Kandupidi". In 2016, Kumar wrote, directed and acted in a short film "The Broken Tide", which revolves around troubled relationships.
Rajmohan made his directorial debut with "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" (2009) produced by S. P. B. Charan and soon after release it was announced that Charan would also produce the director's next venture titled "Vanavarayanum Vallavarayanum" starring the producer himself and Premgi Amaren in the lead roles. However the film failed to progress into production. In September 2010, it was announced that Krishna would now portray the lead role in the film which would produced by Talking Times Movies, run by his father 'Pattiyal' Sekar and Chehak Kapoor. Rajmohan announced the film's title was based on the characters played by Rajinikanth and Napoleon in the 1992 film "Yejaman", However the film remained on hold for two years until the release of Krishna's "Kazhugu", before production work began again in mid-2012.
In late 2008, while "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" was in post-production stage, reports surfaced that Charan and Kumararaja were going to revive the project, with noted Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff being roped in for a leading role, making his début in Tamil cinema. Director Thiagarajan Kumararaja was revealed to be a former Loyola College student, and popular advertisement film-maker, who has also directed several short films, including the short film "Becky", which was awarded the first prize at the one-minute film competition "60 Seconds to Fame". Kumararaja had previously written the dialogues for the 2007 comedy film "Oram Po" as well. He got the opportunity to work with Charan, when Pushkar-Gayathri, the director duo of "Oram Po", had suggested him to approach Charan, who listened to the storyline and immediately agreed to produce the film, "in a matter of time" as Kumararaja cites. The film was formally launched on 18 December 2008 at the Kodandapani Studios in Chennai.
In June 2012, Vikram Prabhu revealed that he had trouble accommodating the film as his previous venture "Kumki" required the climax to be re-shot and thus asked the team to temporarily stall the project til October 2012 or find a new actor. Chandrasekhar went on to clarify that alternatives were being considered and the team were hoping to rope in either one of the actors Aadhi, Arun Vijay or Vishnu as a replacement or to pick a debutant. In mid June 2012, Chandrasekhar revealed that Vikram Prabhu had finally opted out of the project and following his departure, Karthika Nair had also pulled out as a result. Newcomer Arjun was first reported to have signed on to play the lead role, while Thananya, previously seen in "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" (2009), was also reported to have been roped in to replace Karthika. However this proved untrue, with Sneha confirming that newcomer Thaman Kumar would replace Vikram Prabhu, while Bindu Madhavi would also form a part of the final cast.
Bharathi's first claim to fame, were her supporting roles in the 1966 film "Nadodi" starring M. G. Ramachandran and Saroja Devi, where she played the elder sister to Saroja Devi and then her role in "Chandhrodhayam" as the supporting actress to Jayalalithaa. The song "Ulagum Engum Orey Mozhi" picturised on her with M.G.Ramachandran established her as a star and "Nadodi" is the only film where she was cast as M.G.R's heroine. She then received offers as the lead heroine in Tamil films which became hits like "Deiva Cheyal" and "Namma Veetu Lakshmi" both with Muthuraman, "
Pottum" with AVM Rajan, "Avalukendru Oru Manam" opposite Gemini Ganeshan. "Thanga Thambi", "Valibha Virundhu", "Enga Papa", "Nimardhu Nil", "Meendum Vazhven", "Nee Vazha Vendum", - all six opposite Ravichandran, "Naan Yaar Theriyuma", "Unakkum Enakkum", "Naangu Killadigal", "Ponvandu" and "Nil Kavani Kadhali" - all five opposite Jaishankar, Uyirandhan Manidhan with Sivakumar and "Thanga Surangam" with Shivaji Ganeshan. She again acted with MGR-Jayalalitha in "Annamitta Kai" in 1972. Her last Tamil film as leading heroine was "Nee Vazha Vendum" in 1977.
In 2008, five films, featuring Yuvan's music were released, two of them being the Tamil and Kannada remakes of "Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule", titled "Yaaradi Nee Mohini" and "Anthu Inthu Preethi Banthu", respectively, which partly featured the original score and songs. The Tamil version, in particular, was able to repeat the success of the original film, emerging a high commercial success, while yielding Yuvan his second Filmfare nomination. The other releases that year include Seeman's "Vaazhthugal", Venkat Prabhu's comedy-thriller "Saroja", Ajith Kumar's action thriller "Aegan" and Silambarasan Rajendar's masala flick "Silambattam", out of which, "Saroja" and "Silambattam" proved to be successful at the box office, with Yuvan Shankar's score in the former and his songs in the latter garnering accolades and several awards at the 2009 Isaiyaruvi Tamil Music Awards. In 2009, nine of his soundtrack albums released. Excluding the romantic comedy "Siva Manasula Sakthi", featuring his most popular song of the year "Oru Kal Oru Kannadi", all other films failed at the box office. Besides "Oru Kal", the songs "Siragual" ("Sarvam") and "Aedho Saigiral" ("Vaamanan") also became popular. He had provided a rural score again in "Kunguma
Konjum Puravum" and a sarangi-based score for the urban action drama of Ameer's "Yogi". His score for his Telugu romantic musical "Oy!" fetched him the Special Jury Award at the 2010 South Filmfare Awards.
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