Synonyms for rendum or Related words with rendum

kalyaanam              paravaigal              kunguma              veliye              vendum              raasa              vizhigal              vandha              njaan              kaattu              iniyum              kavalai              geetham              thaai              thalattu              kaakkum              ithu              paadum              iddaru              premalekha              oomai              koottam              poocha              murattu              othiri              vayasu              neeku              vaazha              palaivana              neeye              ponnu              sookshikkuka              kondu              ennai              konjum              marupakkam              kaaval              ellorum              baava              paasam              kaalamellam              samaali              pillalu              pennu              sonnal              mattoru              varusham              meendum              vandhan              raavukal             

Examples of "rendum"
The song "Unnai Paartha Kangal rendum" was a hit on radio stations but the song was not included in the film.
Murugashankari hails from a family of artistes. Her father Leo Prabu is a veteran dramatist, Television Personality and a yesteryear actor in Tamil movies who has played pivotal roles in a number of Tamil films like Rendum Rendum Anju, Naan Mahaan Alla, Annae Annae, Paer Sollum Pillai etc. He is the recipient of ‘Kalaimamani’, the highest state award by the government of Tamil Nadu for Tamil Theater. His achievements as an actor is well known in Tamil Nadu, India.
Johnson composed the music for the film with lyrics by P. K. Gopi. G. Venugopal won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Singer for the song "Thaane Poovitta Moham". The film was remade in Tamil as "Manasu Rendum Pudhusu".
Aathmasanthi is a 1952 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joseph Thaliyath. The film stars TK Madhavan Nair, Miss Kumari in lead roles. The film was dubbed into Tamil and released in the same year. Tamil dialogues and songs were written by Nanchilnadu T. N. Rajappa. Two songs, Vandi rendum oduthu paar and Kadhal vaazhvil were written by K. P. Kamatchi.
Manasu Rendum Pudhusu is a 1994 Tamil comedy film directed by P. Amirtham. The film features Jayaram and Kushboo in lead roles. The film, produced by A. Gunanithi, had musical score by Deva and was released on 23 June 1994. The film was a remake of the Malayalam film Sasneham.
Barnhart's is an award winning comedian and has his own nightly show in Las Vegas. He stars in the new sitcom, Class Clowns and the upcoming film Reefer Rendum. His first credits were during the comedy boom of the 80s appearing in MTV's 1/2 Hour Comedy Hour, An Evening at The Improv and Star Search. He is also a Certified Hypnotist and published author and founder of The Las Vegas Comedy Institute where he teaches stand up, improv and comedy writing to the next generation of comedy stars.
As a film student in the 1970s, Jayabharathi explored the idea of making films in an alternate genre in Tamil cinema and became one of the pioneers of the movement. His first film "Kudisai" (1979) was released after he undertook a crowd-funding route in order to raise Rs90,000 to distribute the film for screening, and in order to generate investment, he sold donation tickets and conducted programmes at government colleges. The film won critical acclaim upon release and has since been preserved at the National Film Archives. He subsequently went on to work with the newspaper Dinamani and wrote articles focussing on world cinema issues. He was briefly associated as an actor in C. Rudhraiya's second film "Gramathu Athiyayam" (1980), but was later replaced in the lead role by newcomer Nandakumar. His second film was "Oomai Jannagal" (1984), which depicted a tale on the bonded labour in a tea estate during the rule of the British Raj, while his third film "Rendum Rendum Aindhu" (1988), was murder mystery tale. His next, "Uchi Veyil" (1991), which focused of a middle class family's struggles, was selected as the only Tamil film at the Indian Panorama held in Calcutta in 1991 and was later screened in Film Festivals across Canada.