Synonyms for sneham or Related words with sneham

thedi              geetham              njan              njaan              theerpu              neeyum              bandham              mounam              varai              pudhu              kadha              manasu              ithu              ninne              iniyum              ulagam              vendum              mogudu              thaai              poocha              vandha              ponnu              puthiya              iddaru              kudumba              thanga              rahasyam              kavithai              lathika              samsaram              swantham              vayasu              mazha              anandha              ennai              muthal              kaattu              ninakku              ambili              swapnam              naaku              velai              sundaran              poovum              meendum              paravaigal              kizhakku              sthree              kalyaanam              sivappu             



Examples of "sneham"
para-ippolh",Enthathi-shayame! Daivaththin sneham Ethrra-manoharame!etc.
He also acted in Bapu's Sneham (1977) as the brother of Madhavi, and has given very good performance.
It was remade into Telugu as "Sneham Kosam" which starred Chiranjeevi with K. S. Ravikumar directing the version.
The ancient name of this village is Snehapuri. Later it was called as Anpur (Sneham=Anpu) and currently called as KizhaAmbur.
This movie is a remake of Telugu blockbuster movie "Nee Sneham" (English: Your Friendship) (2002) Directed by Paruchuri Murali starring Uday Kiran, Aarti Agarwal, Jatin Grewal
This movie is also the debut of music director Jeet Ganguly. It is a remake of 2002 Telugu movie Nee Sneham.
He acted in director K. Balachander's telefilm "Rayil Sneham", which became a hit in the late 80s and early 90s. He also acted in "Nayagan".
Ente Sneham Ninakku Mathram is a 1979 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Sadhananthan. The film stars Sharada, Jagathy Sreekumar, Jose and Sukumaran in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shyam.
Sneham Oru Pravaaham is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Dr Shajahan. The film stars Jagathy Sreekumar, Sukumaran, Roopa and Silk Smitha in lead roles. The film had musical score by KJ Joy.
Sneham is a 1977 Indian Malayalam film, directed by A. Bhim Singh and produced by KNS Jaffarsha. The film stars Sukumari, Adoor Bhasi, Mallika Sukumaran and Master Rajkrishna in lead roles. The film had musical score by Jaya Vijaya.
Sneham is a 1998 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jayaraj. The film stars Jayaram, Jomol, Kasthuri and Biju Menon in lead roles. The film had musical score by Perumbavoor G Raveendranath.
Vennala Sneham Mathrubhumi study circle,Century club,Vennala Abhayamatha Church, Vennala St. Mathews Church and Vennala Govt. HSS, Absolute academy are in this circle. The mosque called "Vadakaneith Pally" is also located here.
Lena Kumar, or Lena Abhilash, known professionally as Lena, is an Indian film actress. She debuted in Jayaraj's "Sneham" which was followed by "Karunam", "Oru Cheru Punchiri", "Varna Kazhchakal".
For "Sumanth Art Productions", he contributed lyrics for films such as "Manasantha Nuvve", "Okkadu", "Nee Sneham", "Varsham", "Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana", "Pournami", "Vaana" and "Aata" and for most of the films he was the single card lyricist.
After the completion of film shoot, the film crew continued their activities for supporting the Endosulfan victims. The local people and activists started a charitable organization called SNEHAM for the support of victims, with support from the crew. Actor Kunchacko Boban, along with SNEHAM volunteers, participated in the popular television program "Kodeeswaran" to raise money for the organization. In addition, the producer, director, and technical crew are continuing to support the cause, and aim to build a rehabilitation village to support and care for victims.
In his fourth film, "Kalusukovalani", he displayed his dancing skills through the songs, "Udayinchina" and "Cheliya Cheliya".In his fifth film, "Sreeram" he ventured into an action oriented story of a youngster aspiring to become a top cop. 2002,saw Nee Sneham another blockbuster movie of that year for which he was nominated for Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu) for second time.
Raveendranath has rendered music to many films in Malayalam such as "Innale", "Sneham", and "Thoovanathumbikal". He won the Kerala State Film Award for the best music director for the Padmarajan directed movie "Innale". He teamed up with K. J. Yesudas for Tharangani studio to create some of the best devotional albums in Malayalam. His album "Thrimadhuram" is one such album.
Uday Kiran (born Vajpeyajula Uday kiran, 26 June 1980 – 5 January 2014) was a Filmfare Award winning Indian film actor, who primarily worked in the Telugu cinema. His first three films, "Chitram", "Nuvvu Nenu" and "Manasantha Nuvve", were successful hits, earning him the title "Hat-trick Hero". Nee Sneham film is the last hit in his career.
Maha Sankranthi Raju (known as M. S. Raju) is an Indian film producer, known for his works in commercial Telugu cinema. He won 3 Filmfare Awards, becoming the first Indian producer to receive three consecutive Filmfare Awards, for the films "Okkadu", "Varsham", and "Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana". He also produced blockbusters like "Shatruvu", "Devi", "Manasantha Nuvve", and "Nee Sneham".
Prasad made his debut as an actor on the silver screen with the film Sneham (1977) directed by Bapu. Initially he worked as a dubbing artist and played many supporting roles. A supporting role he played in the film Ramarajyamlo Bheemaraju starring Krishna, fetched him chance in 14 films in sequence.