Synonyms for punnagai or Related words with punnagai
Examples of "punnagai"
The film released on 1 November 1986 Diwali Day with Kamal Haasan starring
The music composed by Viswanathan Ramamoorthy. The songs Öru Pennai Parthu", "Indha
" and "Moondrezhuthuil" were well received.
Randor Guy stated his article Generally referred to as "Kaadhal Mannan" in film credits Gemini Ganesan is referred for the first time as "Nadippu Selvam" in "
". Hrishikesh Mukherjee's classic film "Satyakam"(1969) was remade in Tamil as "
" and directed by K. Balachander. Though the basic themes was retained in the Tamil version, many other changes were made to adapt it.
Guna is a philanthropist who runs an organisation called "
," a rehabiliation centre for jail prisoners. Mallika, a physiotherapist silently pines love for him. When Guna failed to unite a prisoner (Aadukalam Naren) with his family, Mallika does the job. Impressed with her he handles the responsibility of taking care of
to her and leaves the town.
Andrea has completed filming for "Puthiya Thiruppangal", in which she plays a journalist, "Endrendrum
", in which she plays a model, and the Malayalam film "London Bridge". She has signed director Ram's "Taramani".
The film received positive reviews from critics. Sify wrote, "It's a feel – good breezy entertainer and it's got its heart in the right place. The film works big time due to director Ahmed’s well- written script which encompass friendship, romance and an emotional father-son angle which has been handled sensitively". Behindwoods gave 3.25 stars out of 5 and wrote, "Ahmed's "Endrendrum
" is an extremely good looking film with beautiful people leading colorful and aspirational lifestyles. As an added bonus, the film also gifts you with moments that are genuinely likeable". The Hindu wrote, "The first half is largely fun and jokes and the film gently breezes along, thanks to the bonding and chemistry between the guys. The problem with "Endrendrum
" is that it takes itself a tad too seriously instead of living up to the title and keeping it light. There’s just too much drama...clichés employed to infuse drama into the sluggish second half that is further burdened with songs". Deccan Herald wrote, ""Endrendrum
" is no great shakes as ensemble entertainer. It does have its moments. Beginning on a breezy note, it peters out into a languid tale in the latter half. With a plot as predictable as chicory coffee, especially after friction among friends "Endrendrum
" does not turn out everlasting happiness as its title suggests". Indiaglitz gave 3 out of 5 and wrote, "With a story behind everyone in the background and a lot of fun uniting the jigsaw pieces in the foreground, covering up all the sorrow as though it is a hassle-free life, the film is a different outlook on love and friendship. "Endrendrum
", as aptly titled, is a story that urges to unlock the happiness behind our ego, and a film worth investing your time on". Hindustan Times gave 1.5 stars and wrote, ""Endrendrum
" is predictable piece of a movie where we know what would happen when Trisha Krishnan’s Priya walks into the lives of the three men as a project consultant for an ad film being made by them. It is bad enough that much of Tamil cinema is clocked in clichés and crassness. What is worse is that it continues to handle actors with immense potential with utter callousness". Cinemalead rated Endrendrum
with 3.5 rating and wrote "Ahmed has put his efforts into Endrendrum
to make it a fresh film to watch. The concept of blending friendship, love and ego has worked here. Rom-coms are always fun and this one is no less. "
Kumarasinghe, who is often famous for casting in controversial roles, has also performed in foreign films which include Pakistani, Hindi, Japanese, Tamil and French productions. She acted opposite Sivaji Ganesan in Mohana
which was released on 1981.
"Biriyani" released in 1050 screens worldwide on 20 December 2013 with tough competition from "Dhoom 3" and "Endrendrum
". The Telugu version of the film releasing on the same day in Andhra Pradesh.
The film failed at the box-office. Nagulan Ponnusaamy hadn't directed any film so far and he went to hibernation before resurfacing as an actor by playing Karu Pazhaniappan's father in his film "Mandhira
(),() is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language psychological thriller-drama film written and directed by Karu Pazhaniappan, starring himself in the lead role, along with Meenakshi and Santhanam. The film was released on 19 November 2010.
R. Madhi is an Indian film cinematographer. Former assistant of noted cinematographer Saravanan, he has notably worked in films such as "
Desam", "Veyil", "Silambattam" and "Paiyaa" and "Naan Mahaan Alla".
Among popular movies, he acted Arasa Kattalai, Aayirathil Oruvan, Nam Naadu , Karnan, Kuzhanthaikkaga and
. He acted with almost all actors including M. G. Ramachandran, Sivaji Ganesan, Jaishankar, R. Muthuraman and Gemini Ganesan.
The film had been made simultaneously in Malayalam and released later on as Made in USA in May 2005. The film was later dubbed in 2008 into Tamil and released as "Ananda
I. Mueenuddin (born 30 March 1973), known as I. Ahmed, is an Indian film director and producer associated in South Indian cinema, predominantly known for his romantic-comedy film "Endrendrum
It won 1971 Filmfare Best Dialogue Award for Rajinder Singh Bedi. The movie also won National Film Award For Best Feature Film in Hindi. The film was remade in Tamil as "
" (1971) by K. Balachander.
(),() is a 1986 Tamil film produced by Sathya Movies and directed by V Thamizhalagan. The film casts Sathyaraj in dual role- one as a Doctor and the other as a Police Inspector.
G.K.M Tamil Kumaran, is an Indian Film Producer specially in Tamil Films. G.K.M Tamil Kumaran is the son of Govindapadi Kanthasami Mani leader of P.M.K political party in Tamil Nadu. He has produced the film "Endrendrum
The music was scored by V. Kumar who composed four songs for the film. Vaali wrote the lyrics. The song"
mannan poovizhi mannan rukmanikaga", the famous number from the film, is still popular.
G. M. Sundar is a Tamil actor who has acted in a number of Tamil films. He studied acting at the Film and Television institute, Adyar. He was given his first role by director K.Balachandar in the film
Hamsavardhan made his debut in "Manaseega Kadhal" directed by his father, playing a dual role, but the film performed poorly at the box office. In 2002, he appeared in the commercially successful multi-starrer "
Desam", starring alongside Tarun, Sneha, Preitha and Kunal. The film won good reviews with a critic noting that Hamsavardhan "is an energetic new find — the debut didn't do much for this lad, but "
Desam" proves that he does have the potential." He was also seen that year in "Junior Senior", playing a parallel lead role alongside veteran Malayalam actor Mammooty, but the film became a surprise failure at the box office.
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