Synonyms for sooran or Related words with sooran
Examples of "sooran"
In 2015, he began work on "Veera Dheera
" starring Vishnu and Catherine Tresa. The film was initially launched in October 2011 by director Suseenthiran but was later postponed. Suseenthiran then agreed to solely write the script of the film and let Shankar Dayal direct the film. The film began shoot from May 2015 under the title of "Veera Dheera
", but was shelved soon after.
is a 2014 Tamil drama film directed by Balu Narayanan. It stars Karan, Anumol and Shefali Sharma in the lead roles. The film was released after being in production for four years, in July 2014.
Suran (, also Romanized as Sūrān and
; also known as Sūrār) is a city in and the capital of Sib and Suran County, Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 9,966, in 1,886 families.
As per Hindu legend, Muruga obtained the Vel (spear) from his mother Parvathi from Sikkal Singaravelan Temple. He slayed
, the demon, the event called Soorasamharam at Tiruchendur. During the war, the Bhutaganas, Shiva's army, is also believed to have helped Murugan. Since Murugan killed
and his son Iranyeswaran, he attained Dosha (sin). To propitiate himself from the sin, he is believed to have installed the image of Shiva as Somanatha at this place and worshipped Shiva. Since the son of Shiva (called "Sei") worshipped him, the place is called Cheyyur. The 27 Bhutaganas are personified to the 27 stars as per Hindu mythology.
Vishnu announced the film in September 2016, revealing that he would produce and star in a comedy film directed by newcomer Muruganandham. The film began later that month, with Soori also joining the cast and Sean Roldan signed on as the music composer. Actress Catherine Tresa signed the film after her other film with Vishnu, Shankar Dayal's "Veera Dheera
", got shelved.
Starting her film career with the Tamil movies "Kannukkulle, Ramar" and "
", Anumol forayed into Malayalam cinema with P. Balachandran’s "Ivan Megharoopan", a biopic based on the poet P. Kunhiraman Nair. She portrayed Thankamony . The next film was "Akam", adaptation of Malayattoor Ramakrishnan’s novel "Yakshi". She played Theyyam artiste Gauri in Manoj Kana’s "Chayilyam". Anumol has filmed "Njan", a film by Ranjith. In Rockstar, the motorcycle enthusiast Anumol played a tomboy character riding a Royal Enfield bullet motorcycle for the role of Sanjana Kurien, a fashion photographer.
The place was originally called Kundrakudi as it was located in a hill ("Kundram" means hill in Tamil), which with the period of time became Kunnakudi. It is also called by other names like Mayuragiri, Mayilmalai, Arasavaram and Krishanagaram as the hill resembles the shape of a peacock. As per Hindu legend, sage Agasthya is believed to have worshipped Murugan at this place. As per another legend,
, the demon king infuriated peacock, the sacred vehicle of Murugan. He told the bird that Garuda, the sacred vehicle of Vishnu and Swan, the sacred vehicle of Saraswati could travel faster than it. The peacock swallowed Garuda and the swan in anger. Vishnu prayed to Muruga to retrieve his vehicle back from the peacock, who readily acceded to the request. The peacock, realising its mistake, prayed Muruga by doing penance at this place.
Soon after wrapping up production works of "Rajapattai", Suseenthiran announced in October 2011 that he would shortly start his next venture featuring Vishnu. The film titled "Veera Dheera
" was said to be an original story, to be made simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. In early 2012, it was reported that director Pandiraj would write the film's dialogues. However the director opted to concentrate on other projects before starting the film. He subsequently began a different project with Vishnu and production work on the film began again in August 2013. Sri Divya was signed on to play a college girl in the film after the director was impressed with her performance in "Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam". Surabhi, who debuted in "Ivan Veramathiri" was signed as another heroine. She had to opt out later due to conflicting schedules. Vinoth Kishan was initially signed to play a supporting role, but was later replaced by Lakshman Narayan, who had played the lead role in Bharathiraja's "Annakodi" (2013). The title of the film was officially announced to be "Jeeva" in January 2014.
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