Synonyms for rasathanthram or Related words with rasathanthram

iniyum              njaan              swapnam              kudumba              theeratha              visheshangal              kaaval              njangalude              geetham              theerpu              dongalu              poocha              kapuram              kizhakku              swantham              puthri              noottandu              sundaran              priyappetta              varavu              iddaru              iruvattam              appunni              vilikkunnu              samsaram              mounam              bandhanam              vandanam              sandhyakku              maathu              mitrulu              kutumbam              kilukilukkam              rahasyam              ithile              kadha              puthran              mookkuthi              kireedam              ivide              muthal              rajavu              virunnukari              swapnangal              naaku              bandham              vishayam              adimakal              kannukal              ponnu             

Examples of "rasathanthram"
5. Chapter in, Rasathanthram: Jeevithavum Bhavium (translated as Chemistry: Life an Future), Kerala Sastra Sahitya Parishad, Trissur, 2011.
Aashirvad's successful production ventures include four highest-grossing films in Malayalam during its time - "Narasimham" (2000), "Rasathanthram" (2006), "Drishyam" (2013) and "Oppam" (2016).
Murali authored five books. His book on Kumaranasan, "Abhinethavum Asante Kavithayum" ("Actor and Asan's Poetry") won him the Sangeetha Nataka Academy award. One of his other critically acclaimed books was "Abhinyathinte Rasathanthram" ("Chemistry of Acting").
The natural scenic beauty of Thodupuzha has attracted many Malayalam movie makers.Swapnam Kondu Thulabharam, Elsamma Enna Aankutty, Rasathanthram, Veruthe Oru Bharya, Vargam, Vellathooval, Vellimoonga, Aadupuliyattam, Swarnakaduva, etc. are some of the movies shot at and around Vannappuram.
Idukki Dam, the world's second and Asia’s first arch dam, is 43 kilometers away from Moolamattom. Nowadays there are several Malayalam and other language films shot at Moolamattom and near by places, Rasathanthram, Drishyam, Papanasam are some of them.
Muthumani (born Muthumani Somasundaran) is a south Indian actress, who mainly works in Malayalam films. She made her film debut through Sathyan Anthikkad's "Rasathanthram" in 2006. She now plays character roles in Malayalam films.
Muthumani made her film debut in Sathyan Anthikkad's, "Rasathanthram" opposite Mohanlal, in which she played the character who has a crush on the character played by Mohanlal. After that she has acted several notable Malayalam films. Some of her notable roles were in "Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty", "How Old Are You?", "Oru Indian Pranayakadha", "Njaan" and "Lukka Chuppi".
He proved his skills in other serious roles with a touch of laughter in films such as "Kabooliwaala", "Gajakesariyogam", "Mithunam", "Mazhavilkavadi", "Manassinakkare", "Thuruppugulan", "Rasathanthram", and "Mahasamudram". His effort, along with that of the superstars who starred in these films, played an important role in their success. His pairing with K. P. A. C. Lalitha was highly successful in movies such as "Ponn Muttayidunna Tharavu", "My Dear Muthachchan", "Godfather" and "Manichitrathazhu".
Rasathanthram (Malayalam : രസതന്ത്രം, English : "Alchemy") is a 2006 Malayalam drama film written and directed by Sathyan Anthikkad, starring Mohanlal and Meera Jasmine in lead roles. Other actors include Bharath Gopi, KPAC Lalitha, Innocent, Oduvil Unnikrishnan and Mamukkoya. Director Sathyan Anthikkad got the "Mathrubhumi" Best Director award for this film. Music director Ilayaraja scored the music. It completed 100 days run in various centres it released.
The natural scenic beauty of Thodupuzha has attracted many Malayalam movie makers. Of late Thodupuzha has become a hot spot for Malayalam movies especially with Achayan background. Vasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njanum, Vargam, Nasrani, Manassinakkare, Kunjikoonan, Rasathanthram, Palunku, Detective, Veruthe Oru Bharya, Film Star, Swantham Lekhakan, Kadha Parayumbol, Samastha Keralam PO, Pappy Appacha, , Janapriyan, Arya, Swapnam Kondu Thulabharam, Elsamma Enna Aankutty, Marykkundoru Kunjaadu, Oridathoru Postman, Detective, Vismayathumbathu, SringaravelanSwapna Sanchari, 101 Weddings, Evidam Swargamanu, Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus, Drishyam(Tamil and malayalam), Om Shanti Oshana, Vajram, Rebecca Uthup Kizhakkemala, Vellimoonga, Thoppil Joppan, Oppam, Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan, Swarna Kaduva, Aadupuliyattam, Janapriyan etc. are some of the movies shot at and around Thodupuzha.
Sathyan Anthikad announced that his next film after "Oru Indian Pranayakadha" will be a Mohanlal starrer for Aashirvad Cinemas. Since "Snehaveedu" (2011), Mohanlal and Sathyan are collaborating after a gap of 4 years. Antony Perumbavoor has been the producer of all their movies since "Rasathanthram". Initially it was reported to be the comeback film of Sathyan Anthikad-Sreenivasan-Mohanlal team. Sathyan later denied the reports and said that he is planning a different project for Aashirvad Cinemas, even though a project with Mohanlal-Sreenivasan project is also in pipeline.
Mukesh had not acted in any of the movies directed by Sathyan Anthikkad till 2005 despite both being active in the film industry for more than 20 years. When asked about this in an interview, Mukesh commented in a light mood that he and Sathyan Anthikkadu belongs to same (Ezhava) caste and one Ezhava does not like another Ezhava prospering. Sathyan Anthikkadu immediately called up Mukesh and was cast in a guest role in his next movie Rasathanthram. Thereafter Mukesh acted in the next two movies of Sathyan Anthikkad, namely Vinodayathra and Innathe Chintha Vishayam.This movie was inspired from 2001 Korean film My Sassy Girl
In 2006, he worked with the director [[Sathyan Anthikkad]] in "[[Rasathanthram]]", a family drama. Mohanlal also acted in "[[Keerthi Chakra (film)|Kirtichakra]]" by director [[Major Ravi]], in which he plays the role of an [[Indian Army]] officer, [[Major Mahadevan]]. The film was shot in [[Kashmir]], and was a notable commercial success. A [[dubbing (filmmaking)|dubbed]] Tamil version of the film was released in [[Tamil Nadu]] as "[[Aran (film)|Aran]]", but Mohanlal disassociated himself with the film since his voice was not used, stating that "I prefer to speak for my role in the film." Mohanlal also acted in the sequels "[[Kurukshetra]]" (2008) and "[[Kandahar (2010 film)|Kandahar]]" (2010) in Major Mahadevan series. In 2009 the Indian government conferred him with the honorary title of [[Lieutenant colonel]] from [[Territorial Army (India)|Indian Territorial Army]].
The film inspired similar themes about mentally obsessed lovers - "Kaadhal Kondein" (2003) "Chinna" (2005), "Kadhalil Vizhundhen" (2008). Actor Karthik Kumar revealed that he had watched Kamal’s Guna several times. Santhanabharathi who is the director of the film listed as one of the favourite films he has directed. Malayalam director Sathyan Anthikkad said that female character Kanmani from his directorial "Rasathanthram" (2006) was inspired from the song "Kanmani Anbodu". Siddharth's de-glamorised look from "Enakkul Oruvan" (2015) is said to be inspired from Kamal's look from "Guna". Singer Sikkal Gurucharan called Guna as his favourite film and described that "it is nothing short of a classic". Malathi Rangarajan in her review of "Deiva Thirumagal" (2011) says that the "film remind you of Kamal's "Guna".".
Muthumani joined and actively participated in the Amateur Theatre Wing. She played the central character, Vasundhara in "Oru Dalit Yuvathiyude Kadana Katha", based on M. Mukundan's novelette. She was closely associated with the theatre groups in Kochi from her school days. It was while doing her Plus Two education that she travelled to Greece for the Ancient Greek Theatre Festival to represent India under the banner ‘Lokadharmi’ which were the only team from the Asia- Pacific region. The play was based on the Greek character Medea in which she played a 35-year-old mother of two. She won the best actress for the play "Mukkanji" at the Theatre Olympiad held in Orissa. She donned the role of Chethu, a masculine woman in the play. That honour eventually got her the role in Sathyan Anthikkad's Malayalam film, "Rasathanthram". She also did a play called "Lanka Lakshmi" in which she played the Mandodari.
Post-2000s, Mukesh went into another shift of his career. He started doing more character roles. Some of them being "Chronic Bachelor" (2003), "Sethurama Iyer CBI" (2004), "Udayananu Tharam" (2005), "Rasathanthram" (2006), "Vinodayathra" (2007), "Naalu Pennungal" (2007), and "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" (2008). In 2007, Mukesh turned to production as well. He formed Lumiere Film Company along with Sreenivasan. Their first venture "Katha Parayumpol" (2007) was a commercial success. Their second film "Thattathin Marayathu" (2012) was a huge success as well. In 2009, he made a massive comeback through "To Harihar Nagar" in his evergreen role Mahadevan and it is the highest-grossing film in his career till date. This comeback lead to many other commercial and critical successes such as "In Ghost House Inn" (2010), "Mummy & Me" (2010), "Oru Marubhoomikkadha" (2011), "Sound Thoma" (2013), "English" (2013), "Lucky Star" (2013), "Adi Kapyare Kootamani" (2015), and "Two Countries" (2015). In 2014, he won the Kerala Film Critics Award for his performance in "English".
In 1973, Sathyan debuted as an assistant director to Dr. Balakrishnan in Rekha Cine Arts. He was the Associate Director Of director P. Chandrakumar for more than twenty films till 1982.He also assisted director Jeassy in few films. Sathyan kickstarted his film direction with "Kurukkante Kalyanam" in 1982. The legend has it that he started shooting his first film in 1981, named Chamayam. Due to some unfortunate series of events this movie was never completed. He teamed up with Sreenivasan and made some of the most memorable films in Malayalam film history, with Sreenivasan as the screenwriter. "Thalayanamanthram", "Nadodikkattu" and "Sandesam" are some of the films born from this team, covering socially relevant matters with a comic touch. Sathyan made two novels into films: "Appunni" starring Mohanlal (a film adaptation of V. K. N.'s novel) and "Irattakkuttikalude Achan" starring Jayaram and Manju Warrier (an adaptation of C. V. Balakrishnan's novel). Of late, he has ventured into screenwriting and made films like "Rasathanthram", "Vinodayathra", "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" and "Bhagyadevatha", with credits of story, dialogues and screenplay.
In 1997 he made his debut film as a Cinematographer in Sammanam (1997 film) is a 1997 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by J. Sasikumar, starring Manoj K. Jayan, Manju Warrier in lead roles. then he worked in Agnisakshi (1999 film) Malayalam film directed by Shyamaprasad based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by Lalithambika Antharjanam. The film premiered at the Soorya Festival on 14 September 1998. It stars Rajit Kapur, Shobana, Srividya, Praveena, Madhupal and Madambu Kunhukuttan. "Agnisakshi" received numerous accolades, which led to many controversies as the film glorifies spiritualism and Hindutva. His notable works are Ore Kadal, Vasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njaanum,Salute, Soothradharan, Nandanam (film), Thilakkam, Mizhi Randilum, Gaurisankaram, Manassinakkare, Kaazhcha, Achuvinte Amma, Chandrolsavam, Chanthupottu, Rasathanthram, Prajapathi, Photographer (film), Chotta Mumbai, Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam, Chocolate (2007 film), Thalappavu, Bumm Bumm Bole, Arike, Oru Marubhoomikkadha, Ozhimuri, Pattam Pole and Welcome to Central Jail,The project stars Dileep and Vedhika in the lead roles, and includes Renji Panicker, Kailash, Suraj Venjaramoodu and Thesni Khan in pivotal roles.
In the film "Achuvinte Amma" (2005), she enacted the young, adorable character Achu. She then paired with Mohanlal in "Rasathanthram" (2006). She played as a girl pretending to be a boy in the first half of the film. The film went on to become a commercial success. Her next film with Dileep – "Vinodayathra", which again was directed by Sathyan Anthikkad. She was next featured opposite Mammootty in the critically acclaimed film "Ore Kadal". The film was showcased in film festivals and won awards. Her performance as an innocent middle class woman won praise from audiences. Media quoted her as, "Matching step with the megastar in this histrionic race is Meera Jasmine, who amazes you with a stunning delineation of her difficult role" . Her next film was "Calcutta News" with Dileep. Blessy, who introduced her to film field, was the director of "Calcutta News". In "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" (2008), she collaborated with Sathyan Anthikkad for his fourth consecutive film, again opposite Mohanlal, but failed to succeed. Her next films "Minnaminnikoottam" with Kamal and "Rathri Mazha" with Lenin Rajendran, which released after a long post-production delay, were box office failures.