Synonyms for saamy or Related words with saamy

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Examples of "saamy"
The film is remake of Tamil Movie "Saamy" (2003) starring Vikram and Trisha, which was dubbed into Telugu as "Saamy IPS".
Saamy falls in love with a college-going Brahmin girl, Bhuvana (Trisha Krishnan) and they get engaged. Bhuvana's father, (Delhi Ganesh) is a straightforward government officer who never got bribe and leads a noble life. Saamy and Bhuvana meet each other when Saamy goes in search of a home for rent to Bhuvana's home. Bhuvana misinterprets Saamy and Paramasivam as thieves and locks them in a room.
This incident marks the start of direct clash between Saamy and Perumal Pichai. Both challenge to get rid of the other in 7 days time. Perumal Pichai uses his influences and gets Saamy transferred but Saamy is given a time of 7 days to take charge. Saamy also loses his father in a bomb blast in his home which was targeted to kill him. He plans accordingly and takes revenge on Perumal Pichai by the eve of 7th day.
After the success of "Saamy", Hari decided to renew the collaboration with Vikram for second time with "Arul".
The film is the official remake of the 2003 Tamil film "Saamy", directed by Hari starring Vikram and Trisha Krishnan in the lead.
Shooting was started in April 1993. This was also debut film of magician Alex as actor. The filming was held at Chalakudi, Pollachi and Red Hills. Hari, director of "Saamy" and "Singam" was one of the assistants in this film.
Her career took a leap with the blockbuster hit "Kalyaanam dhaan" from the movie "Saamy". This song topped the music charts. This was followed by "Vinodhane" from "Thennavan", "Vaa Masakatre" from "Kurumbu" and "Ayurvedha Azhagi" from Thiruda Thirudi.
Barood is a 2004 Bengali-language Indian feature film directed by T L V Prasad, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Usha Sree, Lokesh and Rajatava Dutt. The film was a remake of Tamil film "Saamy".
The film was released on 30 September 2005 across Karnataka cinema halls and got mixed response from critics and audience. The critics mentioned that the story line draws parallel from Tamil films such as "Saamy" and "Anjaneya"
The ruling party has called for a one-day strike all over the state and Perumal Pichai is handed with the responsibility of Tirunelveli on the eve of Pongal festival. But Saamy takes steps to maintain law and order and the strike becomes a failure. This makes Perumal Pichai angry. He was waiting for a chance to take revenge on Saamy and they attack the market on the day of Saamy's marriage since all the policemen would be attending the wedding. Besides this, Saamy also 'seals' the petrol bunk (gas station) of Perumal Pichai because the workers at the petrol bunk assaulted a woman and others when they challenged very less distribution of petrol than being promised. This incident was the last straw that broke the camel's back and started the revolution of Saami against Perumal Pichai.
The film gets its title from Mammootty's character's role Johnnie Varghese. He has a brother Bobby Varghese who studies in Bangalore degree college for Economics. A visit from his brother and friends changes Johnnie's mind and he joins college despite of his age. From there he clashes with Swamy who rules the college with his drug gang. Because of his love towards his brother Bobby, Johnnie joins to his college as a student and starts living together. Soon he became the hero of the college as well as rival to Saamy and his gang. Bobby falls in love with his classmate Chandini, who was a depressed girl, as she was an adopted child to her parents. Chandini was addicted to drugs by Saamy and was hospitalised. Johnnie suffers from eye sight problems and realizes that he will soon loose his sight completely. Because of this he wants to see Bobbie's marriage and pleads to Chandini's parents for the same. At last they agrees after hearing his story. On the night of the marriage Bobbie is killed by Saamy and his gang. When Johnnie comes to know about his brother's death, he rushes towards Saamy and Didi, the leader of the gang and kills them. In the end Johnnie loses his sight completely and meets with an accident and dies.
Shooting was started in April 1993. The film marked the acting debut of magician Alex as actor. The filming was held at Chalakudi, Pollachi and Red Hills. Hari, director of "Saamy" and "Singam" was one of the assistants in this film.
From 2003 through 2005, Ajith appeared in fewer films due to his career in motor racing becoming more prominent. 2003 saw the release of his long-delayed "Ennai Thalatta Varuvala" and the police drama "Anjaneya", both failing commercially. In that period, four films, namely "Saamy", "Kaakha Kaakha" and "Ghajini", were turned away by the actor due to various reasons.
Saamy was released approximately in 100 screens in Tamil Nadu. The film had a huge opening as it was a summer vacation for the Tamil audiences. Theatres in Chennai had almost 100% occupancies and the film recovered all its budget within 4 to 5 days.
The cast also includes Telugu villain Kota Srinivasa Rao (of 'Saamy' fame) and Vadivelu among others. Shooting commenced at Pollachi on 25 December, with a schedule of about 30 days at locations in Udumalaipettai and Marayur. The songs are to be shot abroad.
After directing "Thamizh", Kavithalayaa Productions called Hari to direct a film for them since Hari assisted few of their films. The film was titled as "Saamy", with Vikram and Jyothika a Lead pair after Success of Dhool, but later Jyothika was replaced by Trisha due to schedule conflicts. Telugu actor Kota Srinivasa Rao was selected to play negative role making his debut in Tamil.
Vivek (born 19 November 1961) is an Indian film actor and comedian. He has won three Filmfare Best Comedian Awards for his performances in "Run", "Saamy" and "Perazhagan". In April 2009, Vivek received the Padma Shri award by the Government of India for his contribution to the arts. He was introduced to filmdom by renowned director K. Balachander.
Mahathi's introduction to playback singing came in 2003 when she sang a duet, "Iyyaiyyo Pudichirukku", with Hariharan, under the music direction of Harris Jayaraj in the Tamil movie, Saamy. Although she had a previous experience singing a song ("Enna Maranthalum") under the music direction of Ilaiyaraja, the movie for which it was recorded, "Kaadhal Jaathi", was not released.
However, Chinna misses Shekar so much and he keeps worrying unable to bear Shekar’s departure. Saamy (Thalaivasal Vijay), an ally of Chinna, suggests calling back Shekar so that Chinna might feel better. But Chinna does not want to disturb Shekar as he has just started a new life. Finally Chinna decides to try calling Shekar to see whether he is interested in joining him again.
Charu dies on the spot and Shekar is shocked by this. Shekar cries and hits Shafi. Shafi falls from apartment window on to the floor and dies. Shekar unable to bear the pain of losing Charu runs down to meet Chinna and Saamy who are waiting downstairs. Shekar believes that it was Chinna who had sent Shafi to bring him back failing which to kill Charu.