Synonyms for raasa or Related words with raasa

vandha              neeye              thaai              vendum              paadum              kaattu              gaanam              ennai              ninne              thedi              geetham              paravaigal              ponnu              nooru              vaazha              puthu              mounam              idhaya              hrudaya              iniyum              iddaru              kodalu              kaakkum              velai              kizhakku              mazhai              samsaram              yudham              savaal              ulagam              ezhai              vayasu              theerpu              neeyum              njaan              paattu              tharum              veliye              kunguma              deivam              meendum              pudhu              kaathal              kaaval              mitrulu              paasam              koottam              illai              kondu              karangal             



Examples of "raasa"
Mangamma Sabadham is a 1985 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by K. Vijayan and produced by K. Balaji, starring Kamal Haasan, Sujatha, Madhavi and Sathyaraj. The song 'Oththikko Raasa Raasa' sounds like Michael Jackson's Billie Jean & the song video appears like Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Uthama Raasa (Tamil: உத்தமராசா) is a 1993 Indian Tamil film, directed by Raj Kapoor and produced by K. Balu. The film stars Prabhu, Kushboo, Radha Ravi and Raja in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja.
Namma Ooru Raasa (Tamil: நம்ம ஊரு ராசா) is a 1996 Indian Tamil film, directed by Ramarajan and produced by Nalini Ramarajan. The film stars Ramarajan, Sangita, Manivannan and Senthil in lead roles. The film had musical score by Sirpy.
Ennai Petha Raasa is a 1989 Indian Tamil film, directed by Siraj and produced by Rajkiran. The film stars Ramarajan, Rupini, Srividya and Vinu Chakravarthy in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja.
An ace choreographer, Raja Reddy has many choreographies to his credit, namely, 'Shivas Dance', 'Mahanatam' (which has travelled to three continents), 'Shiva Leelas', 'Raasa Shabdam', 'Kuru Yadhunanandana Ashtapadi', and many more.
Thangamana Raasa is a 1989 Indian Tamil film, directed by Azhagappan C and produced by Rani Azhagappan. The film stars Ramarajan, Kanaka, Goundamani and Senthil in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja.
The soundtrack album made its debut at number one upon release on the iTunes India charts. The day after release, the track "Nenjae Ezhu" topped all the charts with over one crore online listeners. As of 8 June 2013 the song "Kadal Raasa Naan" had topped all the Radio FM charts in southern India. After one month of the release of the soundtrack album, the songs "Nenjae Ezhu" and "Kadal Raasa Naan" attained the peak position on the Radio Mirchi South Top 20 charts, whereas "Sonapareeya" peaked at #3 and "Innum Konjam Neram" at #18.
In the film "Uthama Raasa" (1993), Vellaiyanthevar (Senthil) becomes elated on seeing Ondippulithevar (Goundamani) injured and dances to a rendition of "Happy Indru Mudhal". One of the songs from the film has inspired as a title for the film - "Thedinen Vanthathu".
Thedi Vandha Raasa is a 1995 Indian Tamil film, directed by Bhoopathi Raja and produced by Nalini Ramarajan. The film stars Ramarajan, Kushboo and Goundamani in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja. The film was declared superhit at the box office.
The day after release, the track "Nenjae Ezhu" topped all the charts with over one crore online listeners. After one month of the release of the soundtrack album, the songs "Nenjae Ezhu" and "Kadal Raasa Naan" attained the peak position on the Radio Mirchi South Top 20 charts, whereas "Sonapareeya" peaked at #3 and "Innum Konjam Neram" at #18.
Bharata Muni described the characteristics of a madhyama graama janya "jati" or Raaga called "Andhri". The dance style of this region was also mentioned by Bharatamuni in Natya Sastra. The raasa nrityam of the Andhra’s was perhaps danced to the music set in the Andhra Jati (present day Kalyani), and Andhri Raaga became the ancient Andhra contribution to the Indian classical music, hence the organisers have given the title ‘ANDHRI’ to our Music and Dance Festival, and started it in 2007.
St Ignatius Orthodox Maha Edavaka, Kaipattoor is church of Malankara Orthodox Sabha in Thumpamon Diocese. Present Parish comprises 776 households. In the number of households the church stands second in Thumpamon Diocese. And in all the religious activities the church.This church was built in 1850. It was declared as 'Maha Idavaka' in 2009. The church has a "RAASA" every year in the month of December.
Ramachari Komanduri is an Indian playback singer, music composer and Music Teacher who predominantly works in Telugu films. Ramachari was born in Medak District, Telangana and brought up in Hyderabad, Telangana. His first film as music director was PremaLekha Raasa. SP Balasubramanyam, a renowned playback singer in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi cinema has been a guide and inspiration. His songs are for the movies Sambaram, Ramayanam, Sri Ramadasu
After completing a course in sound engineering from M.G.R. Film & TV Institute,Tharamani chennai, while studying in Film institute he came up with his new composition for Tamil thendral(Cultural event) every year. He joined music composer Harris Jayaraj and worked for him for the movie "Thuppakki". So far, he has composed music for more than 55 short films. He was selected best music director in theupcoming films are "Orange Mittai", "Ulkuthu",Vadhuvine avashyamund (Malayalam), Oru Naal Koothu, Raasa Manthiri, Adamum Applegalum.Adiyae azhagae in oru naal koothu is a musical hit.
In a comedy scene from "Thangamana Raasa" (1990), Goundamani who is jailed for petty crime, dreams of singing under the music of Ilaiyaraja, he sings "Maanguyile" to Vinu Chakravarthy. In "Saroja" (2008), when the friends witness the car which they are going to travel, the theme music of "Karagattakaran" is used as background music for the scene. "Ooru Vittu Ooru Vanthu" (1990) also directed by Gangai Amaran was named after a song from the film. The scene where Shanmugasundaram pleads ignorance about himself to his sister (Gandhimathi) has been parodied by various mimicry artists in various shows. A song titled Soppanasundari is used in Venkat Prabhu s .
Maryan Joseph (played by Dhanush) is a fisherman in a village named Neerody. He has an auspicious bond with sea and proudly claims himself as "Kadal Raasa" (King of Ocean). There is Panimalar (Parvathy) who falls in love with Maryan and doesn’t shy away in confessing it to him. Maryan is loved and longed by Panimalar but sadly her feelings are not reciprocated. The more Maryan tries to keep Panimalar away from him, the closer she tries to get. This eventually leads to Maryan falling for Panimalar. Once,
The top 12 contestants were given a choice of two challenges which they could select. The first possible challenge would require the contestant to sing the "Manmatha Raasa" song in a sorrowful emotion. The second possible challenge required the contestant to sing the "Poraley Ponnuthayi" song in a cheerful rhythm. The contestants were required to perform the song and convey the different emotion without changing the lyrics or tune of the song. The purpose of this exercise was to test how well the contestants could improvise and bring out the emotions of a song.
Revathi was roped in for the 2013 film "Maryan" two-and-a-half years ago when the film’s director Bharatbala was on the lookout for a Tamil scholar. For the same film's soundtrack album, she wrote lyrics of the melancholic song "Yenga Pona Raasa" and the track "Nenjae Ezhu". Upon the musical success of the album especially the track "Nenjae Ezhu", her lyrical styles were critically applauded. She wrote the lyrics for the song "Ennile Maha Oliyo" that was aired on MTV Coke Studio (India).
Comedian Vivek has imitated the mannerisms and dialogue delivery of Sivaji Ganesan in various films. He did the satire on "Thangapadhakkam" in the film "Pasupathi c/o Rasakkapalayam" (2007). In a comedy scene from "Eththan" (2011), Singampuli is seen watching "Thangapadhakkam" while Vimal investigates him about the money he was having. In "Uthama Raasa" (1993), Vellaiyan (Senthil) would be seen lip-syncing for the song "Sodhanai Mel Sodhanai". The dialogue "Kaanjipona Bhoomiyellam" from the song "Sothanai" was a famous dialogue. In "Tata Birla" (1996), R. Parthiban mimics the same dialogue to Goundamani who is nude. In "Manasthan" (2004), R. Sarathkumar misspells the film's title as "Thangappa Thakkam".
"Paalum Pazhamum" has been referenced in various films. In a comedy scene from "Karagattakaran" (1989), Goundamani brings milk and sings "Paalum Pazhamum" to console Ramarajan who is sad. In "Uthama Raasa" (1993), Vellaiyan (Senthil) and Ondipuli (Goundamani) will be singing "Paalum Pazhamum" since Prabhu and Kushboo are celebrating their honeymoon. In "Duet", Both Senthil and Charlie in order to pursue a blind girl (Subashri) calls a beggar to sing "Ennai Yaar Endru" to which lip sync and pretend as if they sing well. In "Settai" (2013), Nadupakka Nagaraj (Santhanam) is shocked to see Arya's flat being untidy. The song "Ponaal Pogattum" is used as background song for the scene.