Synonyms for puthran or Related words with puthran

noottandu              njaan              iniyum              kudumba              pennu              theerpu              njangalude              sesham              swantham              puthri              kaliyugam              bhoomiyile              priyappetta              bharya              ithu              kaiyethum              sipayi              raavukal              rajavu              varavu              kaaval              paravaigal              swapnangal              poocha              veendum              kannukal              njanum              sookshikkuka              chuvanna              kadha              ninamaninja              samayam              bandhangal              iddaru              pillalu              vayasu              adimakal              ithile              virunnukari              thavaru              geetham              veettile              vilakkum              aanveedu              pambaram              ninakku              kanninum              vithukal              rahasyam              koodi             

Examples of "puthran"
Sachindra Puthran is an Indian graphic designer. Sachindra is the founder of Thatz It Pvt Ltd, Mumbai.
Puthran is a 1994 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jude Attippetti, starring Biju Menon and Chippy in the lead roles.
His junior and age-group cricket journey has been documented in the short-film title 'Shreyas Iyer Documentary - A Father's Dream' directed by cricket writer Aayush Puthran
Puthran is the Director of Thatzit Pvt Ltd. He is an active committee member of JJAAAN (Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art Alumni Network) and Communication Arts Guild.
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by Swararaj who debuted in Tamil cinema as a music director with this film. The soundtrack, released in 1995, features 7 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali and Bharati Puthran.
The music was composed by Shruti Haasan, daughter of Kamal Haasan. The album contains four songs and a remix. The songs are featured throughout the film. Kamal Haasan, singer Blaaze, and Manyusha Puthran contributed the lyrics. The audio launch was held on 6 September 2009 at Sathyam Cinemas.
Thoppil Bhasi's dramas, Mudiyanaya Puthran and Puthiya Akasham, Puthiya Bhumi were awarded the Kerala Sahithya Academy Awards, and the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy awarded him its Fellowship in 1981. He is also the recipient of the Professor N Krishna Pillai Award and the SovietLand Nehru Award.
The film features memorable soundtrack composed by Raveendran to the lyrics penned by O. N. V. Kurup and cinematography by S. Kumar. Editing of the film was done by K. P. Puthran while the assistant directors to the film were Ajayan and G. S. Vijayan with Art direction by Krishnan Kutty. The film was one of the highest grossers of 1986.
He moved back to Mangalore in 1957, to pursue his business ambition as an exporter of coffee and allied products to Aden and Middle East. He was married to Girija Puthran (Girija S Amin) who was from the Mulki constituency in the South Kanara district. They had five sons and a daughter.
Biju Menon (born 9 September 1970) is an Indian film actor who has starred in over a 100 Malayalam films, along with a couple of Tamil and Telugu films. He appears mostly in supporting roles, but has also acted in lead and antagonistic roles. He made his debut in 1995 in "Puthran".
Ramu Kariat ("alternatively Ramu Karyat") (1 February 1927 – 10 February 1979) was a legendary Malayali Indian film director for almost three decades from the 1950s to the 1970s. He directed many acclaimed films in Malayalam. His noted films include "Neelakkuyil" (1954), "Minnaminungu" (1957), "Mudiyanaya Puthran" (1961), "Moodupadam" (1963) and the National Award winning "Chemmeen" (1965).
Kedamangalam Ali was an Indian actor in Malayalam movies during the 1960s and 1970s. Born in 1932 in Kedamangalam near North Paravur in Ernakulam District, Kerala, his popular movies are "Mudiyanaaya Puthran" (1961), "Ninamaninja Kaalppaadukal" (1963), "Moodupadam" (1963), "Ammaye Kaanaan" (1963) and "Bhargaveenilayam" (1964). He died on 26 April 1986.
M. V. Rajamma, Kannada theatre and film actress, played the heroine. Uthama Puthran was her second film with Chinnappa, the first being "Yayathi" (1938). T. S. Balaiah portrayed the negative role. The film had supporting cast featuring NSK, Mathuram, Kali N. Ratnam, and P. A. Periyanayaki.
In 1995, he started a Design Production Studio, named "Here N Now Graphix". Leading Ad Agencies approached this agency for design and 3D illustration and it won many accolades for its contribution to animation. In 1997, the agency started Animation Production and in 2001, it entered the Web Design Industry. With the advent of technology came a need of Digital Design and Puthran founded Thatz It Productions - a complete production house that handled concept, script, shoot, edit, graphics, music, voice and finishing.
Pramod Raman is an Indian short story writer and journalist who is the coordinating editor and a news anchor of the Malayalam news channel Manorama News. He began his career in TV news broadcast with Asianet in 1994, where he anchored daily newscasts. Later he worked in the now defunct news channel Indiavision before moving to Manorama News. He has also published two collections of short stories: "Rathimathavinte Puthran" (2011) and "Drishtichaver" (2014).
Adoor Bhavani (; 1927 – 25 October 2009) was an Indian actress in Malayalam movies, best known for her appearance in the National Award-winning film "Chemmeen" (1965), directed by Ramu Kariat. She had acted in about 450 films, including "Mudiyanaya Puthran", "Thulabharam", Kallichellamma, and "Anubhavangal Paalichakal". Her last film was K. Madhu directed "Sethurama Iyer CBI". She was also a stage actress and was associated with popular theatre group KPAC.
Karunagappally was an ancient budhhist site. There was a budha bhikshu named karinagan who lived in karunagappally. He later became known as pallikkal puthran( as karunagappally is situated on the banks of pallikkal river) hence the name karunagappally.lots of traces of ancient budhhist culture were excavated from various places in and around karunagappally. A statue of karinagan was placed in front of mahadevar temple at the heart of the city . Now it has been moved to krishnapuram palace.
Pappu has worked with Kunjandi, Nellikode Bhaskaran, Thikkodiyan and K. T. Muhammed. Film personalities, Ramu Karyat and A. Vincent were impressed by his performance in "Mudiyanaya Puthran" and gave him chance to act in the film "Moodupadam". His first noted role was in "Bhargavi Nilayam", written by Vaikom Muhammad Basheer and directed by A. Vincent. The name of his character in the film given by Vaikom Muhammad Basheer, "Kuthiravattam Pappu" stayed with him for the rest of his life.
The film produced by S.S.Durairaja for his banner ‘Mass Movie Makers’, is directed by Rafi - Mecartin, who had directed the original version too. P.Vasu, Vinu Chakravarthy, Thyagu, Vaiyapuri, Srividya, Kalpana and Kumari Muthu support the cast. The film’s cinematography is by P.Sukumar, editing by Harihara Puthran, sets designed by Boban, stunt choreography by Jaguar Thangam, and music is by Suresh Peters who had scored the music for the Malayalam version.
Bhasi got his first chance in an insignificant role in a Malayalam feature film, "Thiramala", directed by P.R.S. Pillai. His first notable film was Chandrathara's "Mudiyanaya Puthran" (1961). In the year 1968, he acted in "Viruthan Shanku", the first full-length comedy in Malayalam cinema by P. Venu. He went on to become one of the highly sought-after and inalienable actors and celebrities of Malayalam feature films of the 1960s and 1970s. He along with S. P. Pillai and Bahadur formed the trio that contributed to rollicking comedy scenes in Malayalam films. Bhasi went on to act in over 2000 films.