Synonyms for raagangal or Related words with raagangal

dasavathaaram              konjum              ninne              unakkaga              adhu              ullam              meendum              thalaivan              sagodharargal              ulagam              kavithai              illalu              samsaram              kaatru              alaigal              nenjathai              punnagai              velai              thottu              naaku              mudichu              payale              chuvanna              thaai              mounam              paravai              dhinam              anuraga              mattum              koottam              muthal              paarvai              murattu              kavalai              pudhu              thirumagal              nenoddantana              kireedam              nenjam              thalapathi              manasu              kanasu              rojulu              rojakkal              neramillai              oomai              thambikku              kaadhal              chesina              nuvvostanante             

Examples of "raagangal"
Sirayil Sila Raagangal is a 1990 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Rajendrakumar, starring Murali, Pallavi and Prathap Pothan
"Ek Nai Paheli" is an emotional family drama on unusual relationship. The movie is a remake of the Tamil classic "Apoorva Raagangal" directed by K. Balachander, incidentally called the shots for Hindi version too.
The Sri Lankan newspaper "Daily News" stated that K. Balachander adapted the screenplay of "40 Carats"a 1973 American film directed by Milton Katselas, which narrated the story of Ann Stanley (Liv Ullmann), a widow who falls in love with the much younger Peter Latham (Edward Albert)for his film "Apoorva Raagangal". According to Balachander, he was also inspired by a riddle which featured in one of the stories of Vikram and Betal. Writer N. R. Dasan, however, stated that "Apoorva Raagangal" was his script.
The first day of filming was done in the Cashew farms of VGP Golden Beach with the song "Athisaya Raagam". Instead of implementing a tracking shot, the camera was moved manually by the cameraman while shooting for the song, making "Apoorva Raagangal" the first Tamil film to do so. "Apoorva Raagangal" was the first Tamil film to be shot in real houses without the use of any sets. It was also the first Tamil film to have a song ("Kelviyin Nayagane") in the climax sequences. The reason the song, "Kelviyin Nayagane", was included was because it provided the solutions to the problems faced by the film's characters.
Apoorva Raagangal is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language soap opera that airs on Sun TV. The show premiered on 10 August 2015. It airs Monday through Saturday at 11:00AM IST. The show starring by Shruthi Raj and Mithun. The show Directed by Justin Jeyaraj and Production by The Purple Productions
"Apoorva Raagangal" released on 18 August 1975 and became a critical and commercial success"." It won three National Film Awards and three Filmfare Awards South. It was later remade by Balachander in Hindi as "Ek Nai Paheli" with Kamal and Hema Malini as the leads, and in Telugu as "Thoorpu Padamara" (1976).
Sugamana Raagangal (Tamil: சுகமான ராகங்கள்) is a 1985 Indian Tamil film, directed by R. Sundarrajan and produced by C. M. Aruchamy and C. M. Nanjappan. The film stars Sivakumar, Saritha, Jeevitha and Rajeev in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.
Feature films were awarded at All India as well as regional level. For 23rd National Film Awards, a Kannada film, "Chomana Dudi" won the President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film also winning the maximum number of awards (three) with the Tamil film "Apoorva Raagangal". Following were the awards given in each category:
His career spans over 100 films and he is famous for his roles in Vijay's Poove Unakkaga, Kamal Hassan's Unnal Mudiyum Thambi, Sathyaraj's Amaidhi Padai, Pandiarajan's Aan Paavam and much more. He earned the name "Meesai Murugesan" after sported a thick moustache in his first film "Sugamana Raagangal".
This round required the top 21 contestants to perform "Raajaavin Ramyamaana Raagangal" ("Ilaiyaraaja's pleasant melody songs") from movies released between the 1970s and the 1980s. The episode telecast on 10 November 2009 also celebrated the 44th birthday of permanent judge Mano, with Mano's wife and two children appearing on the show.
Mahendra's career spans over four decades and involves more than 200 movies. He also acted in supporting roles with actors like Sivaji Ganesan, Jaishankar, Kamal Haasan and his co-brother, Rajinikanth. He acted with Rajinikanth in films like Pokkiri Raja, Paayum Puli, Shri Raghavendra, Veera and with Kamal Hassan in movies like Apoorva Raagangal, Neeya, Guru, etc.,
Srividya acted in "Apoorva Raagangal" opposite Kamal Haasan which virtually changed her life. In the film she acted as lover of Kamal Haasan. She fell in love with Kamal Haasan during the making of the film. They had the support of their families, but they broke up. Their relationship was the inspiration of a Malayalam film "Thirakkatha" as well, released in 2008.
Srividya launched her career as a child artist in the 1966 Tamil film "Thiruvarutchelvar" (1966) alongside legendary actor Sivaji Ganesan. Later she entered Malayalam films with a dance scene in "Kumara Sambhavam" (1969), directed by P.Subramanyan and in Telugu film Tata Manavadu (1972) directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. However, her first major role was that of a college student falling in love with her professor in the 1971 Tamil film "Nootrukku Nooru", directed by K. Balachander. Her first film as heroine was "Delhi to Madras" (1972) in which she was paired opposite Jaishankar. In mid-1970s, she became busy in the Tamil film industry. She acted in films such as "Velli Vizha", "Sollathaan Ninaikkiren" and "Apoorva Raagangal", all directed by K. Balachander. She was Rajinikanth's first heroine in "Apoorva Raagangal" (1975).
He acted in over 900 films and a few television serials, giving memorable performances in "Gauravam", "Ethir Neechal", "Bama Vijayam", "Apoorva Raagangal", "Deiva Magan" and "Deiva Cheyal". He continued to act in stage plays while playing memorable roles on the screen. He acted in a few Malayalam and Telugu movies as well. He has also produced comedy films like "Karpagam Vanthachu" starring Arjun and Radhika under Shyamalalyaa Productions. His son Gowtham Sundararajan is active in the film industry as an actor and choreographer.
Apoorva Raagangal () is a 1975 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film features Kamal Haasan and Srividya in lead roles while Rajinikanth (in his cinematic debut), Jayasudha, Nagesh, and Major Sundarrajan play supporting roles. The film was produced by V. Govindarajan and J. Duraisamy under the production banner Kalakendra Films. The soundtrack and score were composed by M. S. Viswanathan while the lyrics for all tracks were written by Kannadasan.
Shivaji Rao Gaekwad (born 12 December 1950), known by his mononymous stage name Rajinikanth, is an Indian film actor who works primarily in Tamil cinema. He began acting in plays while working in the Bangalore Transport Service as a bus conductor. In 1973, he joined the Madras Film Institute to pursue a diploma in acting. Following his debut in K. Balachander's Tamil drama "Apoorva Raagangal" (1975), his acting career commenced with a brief phase of portraying antagonistic characters in Tamil films.
In 1976, "Apoorva Raagangal" was remade in Telugu as "Thoorpu Padamara". The remake was directed by Dasari Narayana Rao and featured Murali Mohan and Narasimharaju in lead roles while Srividya reprised her character and Madhavi did the character of Jayasudha. In 1984, film was remade in Hindi as "Ek Nai Paheli" Balachander himself. Kamal reprised his role from original while Raaj Kumar, Hema Malini, and Padmini Kolhapure were cast in other prominent roles.
B. S. Lokanath (c. 1937 – 2011) was an Indian cinematographer who worked in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi films. He is well known as the cinematographer of K. Balachander and has worked in 55 films with him. During his career, he won the National Film Award for Best Cinematography for "Apoorva Raagangal" (1975) and the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Cinematographer for "Ninaithale Inikkum" (1979). He died of a heart attack in Chennai on 9 December 2011.
Although the film was based on a riddle featured in one of the Vikram and Betal stories, it has also been widely described as having been inspired by the American film "40 Carats" (1973). "Apoorva Raagangal" was controversial upon release as it examines relationships between people with wide age gaps, which challenged Indian social mores. The film is about Prasanna (Kamal) who falls in love with the older Bhairavi (Srividya) while his father is drawn to Bhairavi's daughter Ranjini (Jayasudha). The rest of the film revolves around the four characters and their problems.
In August 2009, M. Suganth of "The Times of India" rated the film 4.5 out of 5. Naman Ramachandran considered Rajinikanth's Kali an effective portrayal of a challenging, complex character. He praised Balu Mahendra's cinematography, especially his use of natural light. In December 2014, Gautaman Bhaskaran of the "Hindustan Times" wrote: "On watching ["Apoorva Raagangal" and "Mullum Malarum"] recently, there was no mistaking the brilliance of [Rajinikanth's] acting ability. In both, he essays shades of deep grey, and yet there was something captivating about Rajinikanth."