Synonyms for shesham or Related words with shesham

sandarbham              vanadevatha              mariakutty              velluvili              swapnagal              snehicha              bhoomiyile              raavukal              thumbolarcha              sookshikkuka              arhatha              puthri              swapnangal              cheppu              iniyum              kannukal              iniyenkilum              vilakkum              nanmakal              poocha              padmatheertham              sukham              aatmiyulu              nirangal              snehamulla              njaan              nyayavidhi              aagneyam              sundaran              bandhangal              swargathil              chettathi              chathurangam              pennu              virunnukari              mukhangal              koodamo              lakshmiyamma              malootty              monagadu              thottavadi              kalikkalam              kathreena              kanninum              vakkeel              mattoru              balabhaskaran              kamaladalam              ammavan              kaduvaye             



Examples of "shesham"
Shesham Screenil is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Venu, starring Devan and Silk Smitha in the lead roles.
Aval Vannathinu Shesham (After She Came) is a Malayalam family drama Movie Released in August 2015. Baby Nayanthara, Maneesh Kurup and Rosin Jolly played the main roles in this movie.
"Shesha" in Sanskrit texts, especially those relating to mathematical calculation, implies the "remainder" — that which remains when all else ceases to exist. But in Sanskrit it also means 6 shesham as the sheshanaga has been depicted to have many heads (5 to 7).
Mazhaneerthullikal, also spelled Mazhaneer Thullikal (English: "Raindrops") is an upcoming Malayalam revenge-drama film directed by V. K. Prakash, starring Meera Jasmine, Narain, Ajmal Ameer, and Mythili in the lead roles. The film is based on the novel, "Shraddha Shesham", penned by the Kozhikode District collector, K. V. Mohan Kumar. The filming was completed in July 2013.
The first movie, "Jalamarmaran", won the National Award for Best Feature Film on Environment, Kerala State Award for Second Best Feature Film 2000. Her second movie "Shesham", starring Jayaram, won the Kerala State Award 2002 for Best Feature Film, Editing, Sound Recording, Best Story and Special Jury Award for the actor in the lead role. Her third movie, "Up & Down - Mukalil Oralundu" starring Indrajith was released in 2013. Her directorial debut was a spiritual short film called "Who Aam I" in Malayalam, scripted and performed by Mallu video fame Praveen P Gopinath. It was noted for its in depth theme.
He came to prominence through his collaboration with Malayalam author and director Padmarajan. "Koodevide" was their first venture, which had one of the most famous songs of Johnson "Aadivaa Kaatte", a pathbreaking song in Malayalam music history. It was one of the first songs in Malayalam to so many western classical elements. The song was born out of Padmarajan's need for a western song for his innovative film. Song composition took place in Woodland's Hotel, Chennai. Another notable feature of this song was the lyrics by O. N. V. Kurup, who for the first time wrote lyrics for a pre-composed song. Johnson worked for 17 films with Padmarajan, including his last film "Njan Gandharvan". This productive collaboration saw the detailed screenplay and cinematography of Padmarajan become a fertile ground for expressive musical narration and thematic scores for Johnson. This is seen in some of the greatest motion pictures of Malayalam cinema, like "Nombarathipoovu" (1987). Another notable collaboration of Johnson was with director Sathyan Anthikkad, with whom he associated in almost 25 films. He was able to provide some of his most popular songs with Anthikkad and this combo is widely accepted to be one of the greatest director-composer collaborations in Malayalam cinema. Acclaimed Malayalam director Bharathan also collaborated with him in multiple films including "Parvathy, Palangal, Ormakkayi, Kattathe Kilikkoodu, Ente Upasana, Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam, Ozhivukalam, Malootty, Chamayam" and "Churam". His major other collaborations with directors include Mohan ("Oru Katha Oru Nunakkatha, Sakshyam, Pakshe" and "Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu"), Sibi Malayil ("Kireedam, Chenkol, Dasaratham" and "Nee Varuvolam"), Sreenivasan ("Vadakkunokkiyantram" and "Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala"), Lohithadas ("Bhoothakkannadi", Kamal ("Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Shubhayathra, Ee Puzhayum Kadannu" and "Paavam Paavam Rajakumaran"), and Balachandra Menon ("Shesham Kazhchayil, Premageethangal, Kilukilukkam", "Kelkatha Shabdam" and "Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu").