Synonyms for sivappu or Related words with sivappu

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Examples of "sivappu"
She has one upcoming film in Tamil, "Sivappu" in which she plays a construction worker.
Films like Nenjathai Killathe, Panneer Pushpangal, Moodupani and Varumayin Niram Sivappu made Pratap famous in Tamil also..
Sivappu Malli ( English: "Red Jasmine") is a 1981 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Rama Narayanan for AVM Productions, starring Vijayakanth, Chandrashekar, Shanthi Krishna, Aruna and S.S. Chandran.
She has co-produced two upcoming films, "Sivappu" along with Muktha Entertainment, a film revolving around Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu. and "Kaaval", in which she has also played the female lead.
Bengali: Rakta Chandan; Guj.: Ratanjali; Hindi: Lal Chandan, Ragat Chandan,Rukhto Chandan, Undum; Kannada.: Agslue, Honne; Mal.: Patrangam, Tilaparni; Marathi.: Tambada Chandana; Or.: Raktachandan; Tamil.: Chenjandanam, Semmaram, Sivappu Chandanam; Telugu:Agaru gandhamu, Errachandanam, Raktachandanam, Rakta ghandhamu.
Sivappu Sooriyan (English: Red Sun) is a 1983 Tamil language film directed by V.Srinivasan and starring Rajnikanth, Radha and Saritha in the lead roles. The movie was a box office hit.
It is the remake of the Tamil film "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" (1980), also directed by Balachander. "Zara Si Zindagi" story was written by Balachander while the dialogues were written by Gulzar.
Sathyasiva is an Indian film director who has worked on Tamil films. After making his debut with "Kazhugu" (2012), he has gone on to make "Sivappu" (2015) and "Savaale Samaali" (2015).
The film was released on 6 November 1980 to critical success. The film's story, music and cast's performance was well received. Ravi's performance was well appreciated; he got the tag "Nizhalgal" prefixed to his name later. The performance of the other cast members including Raadhu, Chandrasekhar, Rajasekhar too received critical acclaim. The film was released along with K. Balachander's "Varumayin Niram Sivappu", another film which focused on unemployment. While "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" was both critically and commercial successful, "Nizhalgal" failed at the box office.
Pratap Pothen recalled in January 2015 that it was the simultaneous release of "Moodu Pani" (another film featuring him) and "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" that made him a star. However, both "Moodu Pani" – which depicted Pothen as a psychopath who murders prostitutes – and "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" led to him being typecast in similar roles. "Both roles caught the public imagination, and I admit I cashed in when I was offered similar stuff. Now, unless I'm offered an unreasonable amount of money, I doubt I'll accept these roles," he said in a 2014 interview.
Sivappu Nila is a 1998 Tamil crime film directed and produced by J. George Prasad. The film features Raja and Vineetha in lead roles, with Vinu Chakravarthy, Venniradai Moorthy, Vadivelu, Delhi Ganesh, Chinni Jayanth and Alex playing supporting roles. The film had musical score by Deva and was released on 25 December 1998.
Dilip starred with Kamal Haasan in "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" and "Thoongadhey Thambi Thoongadhey". He was also a part of Visu films "Samsaram Adhu Minsaram" and Penmani Aval Kanmani. His Malayalam film "Njan Ekananu" was a huge success. In the 1990s he appeared in Rajinikanth' s "Valli".
She is former Miss Trivandrum born idukki district on June 5, 1992 who was a child artist in Malayalam films After appearing in supporting role in the Malayalam films "Kasthooriman", "Swapnakoodu". Sandra went on to act in Tamil films "Poraali", "Sivappu enaku pudikkum" pudikkum "Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam", "Urumeen" and "Singam 3"
Sivappu is a 2015 Tamil movie directed by Sathyasiva and produced by Muktha Films and 'Punnagai Poo' Gheetha. Evoking the plight of Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in India, the film features Rajkiran, Naveen Chandra and Rupa Manjari in the lead roles, with music composed by N. R. Raghunanthan.
Sridevi's first release of 1977 was "Gayathri" followed by "Kavikkuyil" and "16 Vayathinile" where she played the role of a young girl who is caught between her two lovers. She also starred in the movie's Telugu remake "Padaharella Vayasu" in 1978. Her subsequent notable films included Bharathi Raja's "Sigappu Rojakkal", SP. Muthuraman's "Priya", "Karthika Deepam", "Johnny", "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" and "Aakali Rajyam".
Guinness Hall of Famer and Canada’s #1 record breaker Suresh Joachim of Canada produced the "Sivappu Mazhai" movie in 11 days 23 hours and 45 minutes in Chennai India. The world fastest movie is scheduled for theatrical release on April 2010 around the world.
This round was a freestyle contestant which permitted the contestants to perform any song they wish. Contestant Deepak and celebrity Vinaya were selected last, and sang the song "Chippi Irukkuthu" from the 1980 film Varumayin Niram Sivappu. Anshu and Mansi remained in the elimination circle to face elimination.
After "Sigappu Rojakkal", there was a resurgence of the thriller genre in Tamil cinema, as evidenced by films like "Moodu Pani". According to film producer and writer G. Dhananjayan, the film "inspired a generation to take up film-making". M. Suganth of "The Times of India" stated that Mahendra "changed the landscape of Tamil cinema with his distinctive visuals and eclectic films" such as "Moodu Pani". Pothen recalled in January 2015 that it was the simultaneous release of "Moodu Pani" and his other film "Varumayin Niram Sivappu" that made him a star. However, both "Varumayin Niram Sivappu", which depicted Pothen as an eccentric director obsessed with an actress, and "Moodu Pani" led to him being typecast in similar roles. "Both roles caught the public imagination, and I admit I cashed in when I was offered similar stuff. Now, unless I'm offered an unreasonable amount of money, I doubt I'll accept these roles," he said in a 2014 interview.
Aakali Rajyam ("Hunger's Kingdom") is a 1981 Telugu-language film starring Kamal Haasan and Sridevi directed by K. Balachander. It was simultaneously shot in Tamil as "Varumayin Niram Sivappu", released the year before. The film was remade in Hindi as "Zara Si Zindagi" with Kamal Haasan and Anita Raj in 1983, directed by K. Balachander himself. Kamal Haasan won Filmfare Award for Best Actor - Telugu for "Aakali Rajyam".
Varumaiyin Niram Sivappu ("The Colour of Poverty is Red") is a 1980 Tamil-language Indian drama film directed by K. Balachander, starring Kamal Haasan and Sridevi in the lead roles. The film was simultaneously shot in Telugu as "Aakali Rajyam", released the following year. The film was also remade in Hindi as "Zara Si Zindagi" with Kamal Haasan and Anita Raj in 1983, directed by K. Balachander himself.