Synonyms for rajavu or Related words with rajavu

kudumba              raavukal              varavu              iniyum              puthri              sookshikkuka              pennu              iruvattam              poocha              njaan              pathram              swantham              vilikkunnu              swapnangal              sundaran              thumbolarcha              theerpu              rahasyam              mattoru              kodalu              payyans              arputha              udamakal              cheppu              ninakku              adimakal              snehamulla              priyappetta              bandhangal              sthalathe              manathe              kadathanadan              appunni              noottandu              geetham              unniyarcha              sukham              nagaravadhu              mookkuthi              vilakkum              vanadevatha              chathurangam              utopiayile              ithu              pattalam              bhaktha              kizhakku              ithile              kattalai              vishayam             

Examples of "rajavu"
Njan Rajavu is a 2002 Indian Malayalam film directed by Sunil Kumar.
Mookkilla Rajyathu Murimookkan Rajavu is a 1996 Indian Malayalam film directed by Sasi Mohan and starring Manoj K Jayan and Annie in the lead roles.
Achan Rajavu Appan Jethavu is a 1995 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Nissar, starring Mukesh and Devayani in the lead roles.
Kochi Rajavu ("translated as King of Kochi") is a 2005 Malayalam-language Masala film , directed by Johny Antony. It stars Dileep, Kavya Madhavan & Rambha.
His 2015 releases were "Fireman" directed by Deepu Karunakaran, "Bhaskar the Rascal" directed by Siddique,a commercial success, "Acha Dhin" directed by Marthandan, "Utopiayile Rajavu" directed by Kamal and "Pathemari" directed by Salim Ahamed , was both commercial and critical success.
His next movie was "Kochi Rajavu" with Dileep, Rambha and Kavya Madhavan in lead roles. This was followed by "Thuruppu Gulan" starring Mammootty and Sneha. It was a comedy packed passionate story featuring and loving father (Innocent) and a daring son (Mammootty).
Rakshasa Rajavu (Malayalam : രാക്ഷസരാജാവ്) is a 2001 Malayalam film co-written and directed by Vinayan and starring Mammootty in the title role. Dileep, Meena, Kavya Madhavan, Rajan P. Dev, Kalabhavan Mani, Cochin Hanifa and Sukumari played other major roles. The film was dubbed in Telugu and Hindi as "Commissioner Rudrama Naidu."
Vinayan has done films like "Vasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njaanum", "Karumadikkuttan (film)", "Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan", "Dada Sahib", "Vellinakshatram", "Aakasha Ganga", "Rakshasa Rajavu", "Kalyana Sougandhikam", "Kasi" (Tamil) and "Sipayi Lahala". He has made films in genres such as comedy, horror, action, fantasy and family drama.
Utopiayile Rajavu () is a 2015 Malayalam satirical comedy film directed by Kamal and penned by PS Rafeeque. It stars Mammootty, Sethulakshmi, Jewel Mary, KPAC Lalitha, Janardhanan, TG Ravi, Joy Mathew, Sudheer Karamana, Nandu and Indrans. Ouseppachan composed the soundtrack. The film released on 27 August 2015.
Kalyani has sung for Vidyasagar in 'Satyam' and 'Kochi Rajavu', and for Ouseppachan in 'Thaskaraveeran' and the popular 'Moollai Thirugum' in 'Kana Kande'. She has sung "Sogathai Solli Aszha" in Karuvarai Pookkal (the very first film about transgender people in India), a film with music composed by Thomas Rathnam.
PS Rafeeque approached Mammootty with the script at the set of the movie Bhaskar The Rascal, on the spot the actor was giving him the date and suggesting to tell the story to the director Kamal. As soon as Kamal heard the story, he agreed to commit the project. Director Kamal said in an interview that, "Animals, birds and even statues will voice their opinion in Utopiayile Rajavu,". It was Mammootty who recommended Jewel Mary for the heroine.
N. Mohanan (April 27, 1933 – October 3, 1999) was a Malayalam–language short story writer and novelist from Kerala state, South India. He received the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award in the year 1998 for the novel "Innalathe Mazha". He has published some ten collections of short stories including "Ninte Katha (Enteyum), Dukhathinte Rathrikal, Poojakkedukkatha Pookkal, N. Mohanante Kathakal, Sheshapathram, Nunayude Kshanikathakal Thedi, Snehathinte Vyakaranam, Nishedha Rajyathile Rajavu" and "Orikkal". He is the son of noted Malayalam writer Lalithambika Antharjanam.
In "Manadhai Thirudivittai" (2001), Valayapathi (Vivek) pretends to have lost both his hands. His lover then promises to take care of him. The song "Kanne Kalaimane" is heard as the background music for the scene. In a comedy scene from "Run" (2002), Mohan (Vivek) imitates Haasan's mannerisms from the climax scene in "Moondram Pirai" to make his friend Shiva (R. Madhavan) recognise him but fails. In a similar scene from the Malayalam film "Kochi Rajavu" (2005), Harisree Ashokan's character uses the same mannerisms to make Dileep's character recognise him.
After the success of "Chandranudikkunna Dikhil", Kavya Madhavan and Dileep became a popular pairing in Malayalam cinema, and they worked together in 18 movies. Some of their movies are Thenkasipattanam (2000), Darling Darling (2000), "Meesa Madhavan" (2002) which was one of biggest grosser of the year and was directed by Lal Jose, "Mizhi Randilum" (2003) in which she played a double role, "Sadanandante Samayam" (2003), "Thilakkam" (2003) directed by Jayaraj, "Runway" (2004) directed by Joshiy, "Kochi Rajavu" (2005), "Lion" (2006) again directed by Joshiy, "Chakkara Muthu" (2006), "Inspector Garud" (2007), "Paappi Appacha" (2010), "Vellaripravinte Changathi" (2011) and Pinneyum (2016). Most of their movies were in the romantic comedy genre.
She hails from a Christian family in Palai and brought up at Thiruvalla Kerala. Her mother died when she was at grade 8. She has three sisters. She gave up acting after getting married to director Shaji Kailas on 1996 by converting to Hinduism and adopted name "Chithra". They have three children Jagannathan, Sharon and Roshan, and are now settled in Thiruvananthapuram. In August 2015 she started hosting a show "Annie's kitchen" in Amrita TV. Her last movie before marriage was Mookkilla Rajyathu Murimookkan Rajavu 1996.
Jagadish debuted in films with a minor role in "My Dear Kuttichathan" (1984), which was India's first 3-D film. Jagadish became an established actor with his roles in "Mutharamkunnu P.O." (1985), "Nandi Veendum Varika" (1986), "Manivathoorile Aayiram Sivarathrikal" (1987) and "Vandanam" (1989). In his early career, he wrote stories and screenplays for a few films including "Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu" (1986) (story), "Manivathoorile Aayiram Sivarathrikal" (1987) (dialogue) and "Adhipan" (1989) (screenplay). Jagadish's performance as Appukkuttan in "In Harihar Nagar" (1990), directed by Siddique-Lal, was highly acclaimed. Jagadish proved himself again with terrific comic timing with his role as Mayeen kutty in "Godfather" (1991), which was directed by the same director duo. With the success of these movies, Jagadish became one of the most popular actors in the early to mid-1990s. He acted in the leading role in more than 30 low-budget films, some of which were successes at the box office. He acted in the family-oriented movies "Sthree dhanam", "Bharya", "Ponnaranthottathe Rajavu", and "Mr and Mrs". He also acted in the slapstick comedies "Pavam IA Ivachan", and "Kunukkitta Kozhi". In most movies he shared the hero role with the likes of Mukesh and Siddique. In his prime, he also acted in supporting roles with Mammootty, Mohanlal and Jayaram. The roles in "Butterflies", "Minnaminunginum Minnukettu" and "Jackpot" earned loud applause from the audience.
Several of Dev's villain roles had a touch of comedy, but could not get out of the typical villain character mould. He got a break from this with "Aniyan Bava Chetan Bava" (1995) directed by Rajasenan, in which he played "Aniyan Bava", the younger brother to "Chettan Bava", played by Narendra Prasad. The film established his versatility. He went on to act in full-fledged comedy roles after it, most notably in films "Sphadikam" (1995), "Thommanum Makkalum" (2005) and "Chota Mumbai" (2007). He still continued to act his signature villain roles. He expanded his career to Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films starting with "Gentleman" (1993), directed by S. Shankar. He acted in over 50 films in those languages, most of which were villain roles. Out of about 150 films he acted in, about 35 of the roles he played were of corrupt police officers, another testimonial to the several typecasted roles he had to act in. Dev has directed three films: "Achammakuttiyude Achayan" (1998), "Maniyarakkallan" and "Achante Kochumolku" (2003). He was planned to direct two more films titled "Kayal Rajavu" and "Simham", starring Mammootty and Prithviraj, respectively.
Both Siby and Udayakrishna started their career as assistant directors. Siby assisted Balu Kiriyath and Sandhya Mohan while Udayakrishna assisted A.R.Mukesh(film script writer), Ali Akbar, K. Madhu and Venu B. Nair. It was actor Manoj K. Jayan who prodded them into a reel partnership and agreed to star in their directorial debut. However, that project did not work out. Subsequently, they wrote their first script, "Hitler Brothers" (1997), for Sandhya Mohan, followed by "Mayajalam" for Balu Kiriyath. Both films failed at the box office. The duo's first hit came through "Mattuppetti Machan" directed by Jose Thomas, and was followed by the Dileep-starrer "Udayapuram Sulthan" by the same director. Then came "Sundrapurushan" starring Suresh Gopi which was a moderate success. It was followed by Rajasenan's successful movies, Dileep-starrer "Darling Darling" and Jayaram-starrer "Malayalimamanu Vanakkam". "C.I.D. Moosa", directed by Johny Antony and starring Dileep was a notable success in the duo's career. They associated with Johny Antony in most of his directorial ventures thereafter including the commercially successful "Kochi Rajavu" and "Thuruppu Gulan".
He took the name Vysakh for anchoring the television show "Ponpulari" aired on Surya TV. Later he began working as an associate director to Johny Antony in films such as "Kochi Rajavu" and "Inspector Garud" and so on. He debuted as an independent director in 2010 through the action masala film "Pokkiri Raja" which became the top grosser of the year in Malayalam. His next venture was "Seniors" which was a comedy thriller, also a commercial success, starring Jayaram, Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon, and Manoj K. Jayan. Indiaglitz said the film "opened to fine responses". His third film was "Mallu Singh" (2012), a masala film was also a commercial success and followed by another financial success comedy film "Sound Thoma" and then "Vishudhan" in 2013. He also wrote the screenplay for "Vishudhan", drama film which "links psalms from the Bible to the deeds of characters," and "dabbles in profound issues of morality, chastity and sin. The film failed at the box office despite receiving good critical reviews."