Synonyms for sradhakku or Related words with sradhakku

yathrakarude              varavu              noottandu              rajavu              iniyum              visheshangal              kaathirunna              vilikkunnu              kilukilukkam              theerpu              puthri              sandhyakku              ponmuttayidunna              vandanam              adiyozhukkukal              iruvattam              vishayam              kudumba              swapnangal              manathe              pennu              adimakal              cheppu              kamaladalam              achanum              bandhangal              sesham              pambaram              illatha              appunni              kilichundan              njaan              kalikkalam              kunjikoonan              thilakkam              njangalude              bhoomiyile              pathram              rasathanthram              ithile              priyappetta              iddaru              ulladakkam              ennoru              mayilpeelikkavu              kapuram              swantham              azhakiya              virunnukari              veendum             

Examples of "sradhakku"
Responding to criticism that the film is a blatant copy of 1955 movie "Missamma", Kiruthiga denied them as rumours. Although the film is positively reviewed, it is heavily inspired by 2002 Malayalam film Yathrakarude Sradhakku starring Jayaram and Soundarya.
Jahangir produced a Malayalam feature film in 2009, Madhya Venal, which was directed by Madhu Kaithapram. He produced another feature film in 2011, Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku (story by Renjith), which was directed by Priyanandanan.
Pooja first featured in an advertisement when she was eight. Before the Miss Coimbatore title she had already done some assignments in Bangalore and Coimbatore. Pooja had also played a cameo in the Jayaram-Soundarya starrer "Yathrakarude Sradhakku".
Yathrakarude Sradhakku (Malayalam : യാത്രക്കാരുടെ ശ്രദ്ധയ്ക്ക്‌) is a 2002 Malayalam romantic drama film directed by Sathyan Anthikad, and starring Jayaram, Soundarya and Innocent in pivotal roles. The film explores the relationship that develops between two friends of the opposite sex living together for some time and then parting ways to lead separate lives. It was a criticism of the Keralite people's conservative stance toward relationships between men and women. "Yathrakarude Sradhakku" is one of Soundarya's final films before her death two years later in an aircraft this film, the lines of kaithapram is tuned by Johnson
Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku () is a 2011 Malayalam satirical drama film directed by National award-winning director Priyanandanan. The film is scripted by Manoj based on a story by Ranjith. It stars Kavya Madhavan and Irshad in the lead roles. The film narrates the story of a self-declared demi-god and her alcoholic husband. It is reportedly inspired from the life of the controversial godwoman Divya Joshi. The movie is produced by Jahangir Shamz under the banner of xarfnet movies.
He has acted in several of Sathyan Anthikkad's films. Their first film was "Ponn Muttayidunna Tharavu" (1988). Around that time Jayaram played a supporting role in Sathyan Anthikkad's "Ardham" (1989). "Thalayanamanthram" (1990) and "Sandesham" (1991), were both written and co-starring Sreenivasan. Anthikkad and Jayaram later went on to make "Thooval Kottaram" (1996), "Irattakuttikalude Achan" (1997), "Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal" (1999), Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal" (2000), "Yathrakarude Sradhakku" (2002), "Manassinakkare" (2003), "Bhagya Devatha" and "Kadha Thudarunnu".
His association with director Rajasenan created many movies such as "Kadinjool Kalyanam" (1991), "Ayalathe Addeham" (1992), "Meleparambil Aanveedu" (1993), "CID Unnikrishnan B.A., B.Ed." (1994), "Aniyan Bava Chetan Bava" (1995), "Aadyathe Kanmani" (1995), "Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran" (1996), and "Kadhanayakan" (1997). He also played Aravindan in Siddique's "Friends" (1999) in which he co-starred with Sreenivasan and Mukesh. In the first decade of the 21st century his films include "Yathrakarude Sradhakku" (2002), "Manassinakkare" (2003), "Veruthe Oru Bharya" (2008). His roles include Karunakaran in B Kannan's "Theerthadanam" (2001) and Lonappan in Rajeev Kumar's "Sesham" (2002).
Either Vipin Mohan or Venu has served as cinematographer for almost all of Anthikkad's films. Johnson has provided music for most all his films till "Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal". Their combination is said to be one of the most successful in Malayalam film history. Many memorable songs and film scores of nineties emerged from this combo. In "Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal", Anthikkad roped in one of his favourite composers Ilaiyaraaja to compose music. However, he returned to Johnson himself for his next films "Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka" and "Yathrakarude Sradhakku". He again brought back Ilaiyaraja in "Manassinakkare", as Johnson took a sabattical from film scoring.
Irshad has acted in numerous award-winning art-house films including those directed by acclaimed filmmakers such as Pavithran, T. V. Chandran, P. T. Kunju Muhammed, and K. R. Mohanan. He has also appeared in supporting roles in a few mainstream films. He debuted as an actor in Sibi Malayil's campus story "Pranayavarnangal" ("Colours of Love", 1998). "Garshom" (1999), his first offbeat film, gave him a place in parallel cinema. Several significant roles in parallel cinema made him a well-known face in art house movies. His notable films include T. V. Chandran's "Dany" (2002), "" ("Lesson One: A Wail", 2003), "Vilapangalkkappuram" (2008) and "Bhoomi Malayalam" ("The Mother Earth", 2009), P. T. Kunju Muhammed's "Paradesi" ("Foreigner", 2007), Madhu Kaithapram's "Madhya Venal" (2009), Priyanandanan's "Pulijanmam" ("Tiger Life", 2006) and "Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku" (2011), and Dr. Biju's "Veettilekkulla Vazhi" ("The Way Home", 2010).
The central character Aswathi is played by Kavya Madhavan. Her previous association with Kamal was in "Perumazhakkalam", which won her a Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress, public appreciations and critical praise. She was also introduced to films by Kamal as a child artist in "Pookkalam Varavayi", and more notably in "Azhakiya Ravanan". "Khaddama" also marks her comeback to Malayalam cinema after she took a break from films for sometime, only recently returning. The film also marks her first screen appearance after the official divorce from Nischal. According to Girishkumar, Kamal had no other choice for the protagonist of the film. He says: "Kavya was the first and obvious choice for the film. Even before the idea germinated into the story, she was decided as the protagonist." Kavya signed the project after soon after completing Priyanandanan's "Bhakthajanangalude Sradhakku". According to Kavya, it is one of the best characters she has ever got. She says: "I was really moved when Kamal sir narrated the story, which will be an eye-opener to many women in south India with dreams of living in the Persian Gulf. Aswathi is one of the best characters that I've ever done."
A scene in "Mouna Ragam" when Manohar tries to declare his love for Divya through the college intercom (in response to her challenge) was parodied in "Thamizh Padam" (2010), with Shiva and Disha Pandey. A Telugu film, also entitled "Mouna Ragam", was released in 2010 but was unconnected to Ratnam's film. Rangan compared "Mouna Ragam" to the Hindi film "Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam" (1999); in both films "the disengaged wife was tempted, at several points, to snap free of matrimony, but what held her back, eventually, was the innate decency of the man she married". "Vallamai Tharayo" (2008) was compared by critics to "Mouna Ragam" because it also features a woman (Chaya Singh) reluctantly married to a man (R. Parthiepan) whom she does not love; Pavithra Srinivasan of called it "a dull reworking" of "Mouna Ragam". Neelima Menon of "The New Indian Express" called "Yathrakarude Sradhakku" (2002) a "watered-down version" of "Mouna Ragam". Singer Krish said that his acting debut "Puriyadha Anandam Puthithaga Arambam" (2015) was a line from "Chinna Chinna Vanna Kuyil". Actress Sri Divya called Revathi's character her "all-time favorite role", saying that she played a similar role in "Mallela Theeram Lo Sirimalle Puvvu" (2013). Actor Karthi said that his character in "Naan Mahaan Alla" (2010) was similar to Karthik's "moody yet jovial" character in "Mouna Ragam". Writing for "Mint", Nandini Ramnath compared "Tanu Weds Manu" (2011) to "Mouna Ragam" because of the similar relationship between their male and female leads. Footage from "Mouna Ragam" was used in "Romeo Juliet" (2015). "The Hindu" S. Shiva Kumar wrote in his review of "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi" (2008), "A carefree and cheerful girl whose boyfriend dies on the day of the wedding is forced to marry a staid suitor by the father who suffers a heart attack. The similarity [with "Mouna Ragam"] ends there."