Synonyms for pudhiya or Related words with pudhiya

ennai              ulagam              ninne              thaai              geetham              ullam              mazhai              pudhu              vendum              naane              unakkaga              paravai              mounam              konjum              mozhi              thanga              puthiya              kizhakku              varai              kavithai              idhu              manithan              kaattu              unnai              nooru              thedi              kathai              kanasu              azhagiya              raagam              thalaivan              kaadhal              thottu              puthu              manasu              neeye              bandham              indha              kunguma              mudhal              swapnam              ninnu              pennin              vandha              velai              kaaval              alaigal              vazhkai              paattu              kannum             

Examples of "pudhiya"
The soundtrack of "PUDHIYA BOOMI" is a big success.
In 2002, the quiz programme "Pudhiya Vaanam Pudhiya Bhoomi" aired on DD National and DD Podhigai to help develop tourism in Tamil Nadu. In 2009, a television series titled "Anbe Vaa" aired on STAR Vijay every Monday–Thursday at 8:00 pm IST until February 2010.
Pudhiya Mannargal is a 1994 Tamil film directed by Vikraman and music by A. R. Rahman. The film features Vikram and Mohini in the lead roles.,
The first one was PUDHIYA BOOMI in June and the second, OLI VILAKKU, in September, who will also be the 100th movie of MGR !
"PUDHIYA BOOMI" is the Tamil adaptation of HIMALAY KI GODMEIN, a Hindi thriller movie, in 1965, directed by Vijay Bhatt, with the actor Manoj Kumar as hero.
Vishwavidhaata is a 1997 Hindi movie directed by Farogh Siddique starring Jackie Shroff, Ayesha Jhulka, Sharad Kapoor, Pooja Batra, Arjun and Ashish Vidyarthi. The film is shot in India and Sharjah. It is a remake of a Tamil movie "Pudhiya Mugam", written by Revathi and Suresh Menon. The film features songs composed by A. R. Rahman, re-used from "Pudhiya Mugam". Rahman was upset with the producers since the music was re-used in the film without his permission.
K.P. Jagan, also known as Jagannaath, is a Tamil film actor and director. He directed three films "Pudhiya Geethai", "Kodambakkam" and "Raman Thediya Seethai". He made his acting debut with "Mayandi Kudumbathar".
Pudhiya Boomi ( ), is a 1968 Indian Tamil thriller film directed by Chanakya, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role and Jayalalitha, Sheela, M. N. Nambiar, S. A. Ashokan, Nagesh among others.
Pudhiya Vazhkai (Tamil: புதிய வாழ்க்கை) is a 1971 Indian Tamil film, directed by C. V. Rajendran. The film stars Jaishankar, Jayabharathi and Nagesh in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.
Benaam Badsha is a 1991 Indian Bollywood film directed by K. Ravi Shankar and produced by K. Ramji. It stars Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and Shilpa Shirodkar in pivotal roles. This was a remake of Tamil film Pudhiya Paadhai.
Suresh Chandra Menon is an Indian actor, cinematographer and film director. He is mainly notable for having directed and played the lead role in the Tamil film Pudhiya Mugam along with his wife Revathi.
Music director Ramesh Vinayakam, writing for "The Hindu", commented on Viswanathan: "Setting prose and poetry to tune in ‘Andha Naal Gnyyabagam,’ ‘musicalising’ laughter ("Sirrippil Undaagum"), and ‘painting’ the sky and the earth along with falling rain in ‘Pudhiya Vaanam’ are true works of a genius." Roshne B, writing for "The New Indian Express", praised Susheela's vocal performance in "Rajavin Paarvai", saying that listening to the song "evokes a sense of nostalgia among music lovers, even today". Gopal Ethiraj, writing for the "Asian Tribune", noted that "Pudhiya Vaanam" was one of several songs written by Vaali for Ramachadran that "helped the latter galvanize masses". This view was also shared by B. Kolappan of "The Hindu". Uma S. Maheshwari of "The Hindu" included "Pudhiya Vaanam" in her list of the "Immortal songs of TMS", and also among lyricist Vaali's best songs in their collection, "Best of Vaali: From 1964 - 2013".
Naga steers the News Channel pudhiya thalaimurai as Creative Head. The channel is acclaimed to provide impartial news about the current affairs, global affairs, economy and sports till 2014
Pudhiya Mugam () is a 1993 Indian Tamil-language thriller film directed by Suresh Chandra Menon. It stars Vineeth, Suresh Chandra Menon and Revathi as prime characters. The film featured an acclaimed soundtrack by A. R. Rahman.
The soundtrack received positive critical reception, and all the songs were successful, especially "Rajavin Parvai", and "Pudhiya Vaanam". Film historian Randor Guy of "The Hindu" called the songs "melodious", describing the soundtrack as one of the film's major positives. He said "Pudhiya Vaanam" had "a political touch", and was "brilliantly photographed by master lens man S. Maruthi Rao." Karan Bali, writing for the website, said: "MS Viswanathan’s musical score deserves a special mention. The music is easily one of the highlights of "Anbe Vaa"."
Season 3 of the show was sponsored by Pudhiya ("New") Cadbury Oreo Strawberry Cream, and co-sponsored by VCare, Jayachandran Textiles, and Premier Cookware & Appliances. The second half of the season was hosted by Aishwarya Prabhakar, while Anuradha Sriram, Pushpavanam Kuppuswamy, and Gangai Amaran returned as permanent judges for the season.
"Pudhiya Mugam" is an adaptation of the television miniseries "Twist of Fate" (1989), which tells the story of an assassin who undergoes plastic surgery and becomes a member of the Indian Army , and a hero for them while revisiting his past .
Professor and Head of the Tamil department at Government Arts College, Kumbakonam. He has written seven volumes of literary criticism. In 1981, he was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil for his critical work on modern Tamil prose "Pudhiya Urai Nadai" (lit. The New Prose).
Snehan (Tamil: சினேகன், born Sivaselvam on 23 June 1978) is a Tamil poet, lyricist, actor, and motivational speaker. He debuted in the film "Putham Pudhiya Poove", and has written lyrics for more than 2,500 songs. He has won many awards, including the Tamil Nadu Government Award twice. Snehan has also acted in two Tamil films.
Karvannan associated three times with actor Murali, during his five film career, working on "Paalam" (1990), "Pudhiya Katru" (1990) and "Thondan" (1995). After a break in the late 1990s, he returned to make another feature film titled "Remote" (2004) with Napolean in the lead role.