Synonyms for swargarajyam or Related words with swargarajyam

jacobinte              payale              njanum              ennu              prathikaram              ninte              raavukal              garbhinikal              nodalu              sagodharargal              theerpu              unnidathil              iyobinte              noottandu              aaranya              mattum              sandhyakku              rajavu              njaan              moodupadam              nenjathai              vayadhinile              kavithaigal              prathikaaram              kavalai              puthran              anjathe              aadyathe              mattoru              thenmerku              sandarbham              koduthen              thilakkam              ninne              pachaikili              mookkuthi              thaayi              naanayam              vilakkum              athbhutha              udayananu              anuraga              angaadi              ninamaninja              gaalipata              amarkalam              veendum              eppothum              neeyum              ithramathram             

Examples of "swargarajyam"
Asianet Film Awards for Best Supporting Actor- Jacobinte Swargarajyam
Vineeth Sreenivasan's new film was also named as "Smart Boys" earlier, but the official announcement never happened as Vineeth directed the successful "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" later.
Shaan Rahman (born 30 December 1979) is an Indian music composer and singer, best known for his compositions in Malayalam cinema, with films such as "Malarvaadi Arts Club", "Thattathin Marayathu", "Om Shanthi Oshaana, Thira,Jacobinte swargarajyam,ann maria kalippilanu ."
Swargarajyam is a 1962 Indian Malayalam film, directed by PB Unni and produced by Shanmukha Pictures. The film stars T. R. Omana, T. S. Muthaiah, Ambika and Angamuthu in lead roles. The film had musical score by MB Sreenivasan.
Aima Rosmy Sebastian is an Indian film actress and dancer. She got recognition through her role in "Jacobinte Swargarajyam," and prior to that film had been involved in classical Indian dance. Aima lives in Dubai.
In 2016, she made her debut to the Malayalam film industry through "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" which is directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. She essayed the role named Chippy, the female lead of the film co-starred with Nivin Pauly.
Renji has acted in several cameo roles for his own films. However, he gained popularity as an actor for his full-length role in the film "Ohm Shanthi Oshaana" (2014). He has gone on to act in numerous films, with notable roles in "Njaan" (2014), "Premam" (2015), and "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016) and so on.
Reba Monica John is an Indian film actress and model. She made her debut film through Vineeth Sreenivasan directed "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" in 2016. Reba was credited as the 2nd Runner-up of the popular reality series "Midukki" which earlier premiered on Mazhavil Manorama.
Jacobinte Swargarajyam (English: "Jacob's Kingdom of Heaven") is a 2016 Indian Malayalam-language family drama film written and directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. Starring Nivin Pauly, Renji Panicker, Lakshmy Ramakrishnan, Sreenath Bhasi, Ashwin Kumar, and Sai Kumar in the lead roles, the film released on 8 April 2016 in India.
She made her acting debut with the Malayalam film "Dooram" which was shot in 2013 but had a late release in 19 July 2016. Her first movie released was "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" on 8 April 2016. Aima started her career in acting along with her twin sister Aina in the film "Dooram" directed by Manu Kannanthanam. Aima, proficient in both Western and classical dance, happened to dance with dancer-actress Mythili Roy, who suggested her name to the makers of "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. They were looking for a girl who looked sixteen and was based in Dubai. She was selected after attending an audition. She played the role of Ammu, the sister of Nivin Pauly in the movie.
"Jacobinte Swargarajyam" released in India on 8 April 2016, with 92 screens in Kerala. The film released in 77 screens in rest of India with English subtitles. After few days of release, a special screening was held in Chennai for a selected audience from the Tamil film industry. The film released on 22 April in Asia-Pacific countries Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, and Brunei. The UAE release held on 4 May and followed by Qatar on 5 May.
He then appeared in Sathyan Anthikad's family drama "Jomonte Suvisheshangal" (2017). Despite comparisons with 2016 Malayalam drama "Jacobinte Swargarajyam", the film did well commercially. As of February 2017, Salmaan has completed work on Amal Neerad's romantic action film "Comrade In America" and is currently filming Bejoy Nambiar's "Solo". In addition, he has committed to star in projects by Ra Karthik, Salaam Bukhari and Lal Jose.
Muzik 247 is a music label based out of Chennai. "Muzik247" acquires Music rights for South Indian Cinema mainly Malayalam, Tamil and Tulu. The company was founded in 2012 by Naveen Bhandari, and has achieved a large market share of the Malayalam film music. Muzik247 possesses the soundtrack rights to some of the most successful Malayalam Movies of recent times - Kismath, Kammatipaadam, Jacobinte Swargarajyam Charlie, Maheshinte Prathikaaram, Premam, Bangalore Days, How Old Are You?, Iyobinte Pusthakam, Vikramadithyan, Sapthamashree Thaskaraha, Oru Vadakkan Selfie, to name a few. Some of the Tamil Movie for which they have rights are Kolanji, Bongu (film), Ennodu Vilayadu
In 2010, Vineeth made his directorial debut with "Malarvadi Arts Club". His second film as a director was "Thattathin Marayathu "(2012) which turned out to be a blockbuster at the box-office. His third film was "Thira" (2013), in which he introduced his younger brother Dhyan Sreenivasan. He scripted for "Oru Vadakkan Selfie" (2015) which become among the top 10 grossing Malayalam films. And his fourth film "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016) released on April 8, 2016 to positive reviews and was a commercial success as well. Vineeth made his debut film as a producer in the film "Aanandam". "Habit of Life" is the name given to Vineeth's production company
In March 2016, more cast and crew was revealed; Biju Menon was confirmed to play a government employee, and other cast including Nedumudi Venu, Aju Varghese, Suraj Venjaramood, Kalabhavan Shajon, and Sudheer Karamana. In June 2016, Aima Rosmy Sebastian was confirmed to play Ulahannan's daughter, a class 12 student. Her name came to casting through Aju Varghese, who co-starred in her debut film "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016). Though Varghese and Venu were not present in the final cast. Sanoop Santhosh plays Ulahannan's seven year old young son. In early July 2016, additional cast of Anoop Menon, Alencier Ley Lopez, and Srinda Ashab was confirmed. Lopez plays the character of Jacobettan, a neighbour to Ulahannan family in the housing colony they live. Anoop Menon was said to play Venukuttan, a government official and close friend of Ulahannan, indicating that Biju Menon was replaced. Srinda Ashab plays his homemaker wife Latha. Their family is also a neighbour of Ulahannan.
Nivin applied for the audition of Vineeth Sreenivasan's directional debut "Malarvaadi Arts Club" in 2009, and was selected to play the main role. "Malarvaadi Arts Club" produced by actor Dileep released on July 2010. After playing several small roles, Nivin got his breakthrough with his lead role in "Thattathin Marayathu" (2012), which was also directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. Later, he went on to do lead roles in successful films including "Neram" (bilingual) (2013), "1983" (2014), "Ohm Shanthi Oshaana" (2014), "Bangalore Days" (2014), Mili (2015), "Oru Vadakkan Selfie" (2015), "Premam" (2015), "Action Hero Biju" (2016) and "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016).He has also made guest appearances in successful movies like Traffic (2011), Vikramadithyan (2014) and Aanandam (2016). Nivin made his debut as a producer with the film "Action Hero Biju" under his production company Pauly Jr. Pictures, which also starred him in the title role. Nivin Pauly is also the youth ambassador of Kerala Blasters for the third edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) football team.
"Oppam" earned 1.56 crore in the opening day from the Kerala box office. The collections were exponentially increased and grossed a total of 7.24 crore at the end of the weekend (4-day). The word-of-mouth publicity boosted the ticket sales. It set a statewide opening-week record (previously held by "Premam") by collecting 12.60 crore in 7 days. It crossed 10 crore in the shortest time for a Malayalam film. The film collected 24.60 crore from Kerala when it completed 16 days theatrical run, and became the highest-grossing film of the year at the Kerala box office, till date, surpassing the record of "Jacobinte Swargarajyam". "Oppam" crossed 30 crore mark in the shortest time for any film at the Kerala box office (in 22 days). In 26 days theatrical run, the film grossed 32.83 crore from the state. The film grossed 45 crore from worldwide box office in 31 days run, with from Kerala alone. "Oppam" became the fastest Malayalam film to gross over 50 crore at the worldwide box office within a short span of 39 days, with 37.83 crore from Kerala box office. The film grossed more than 42 crore from Kerala box office and over 65 crore at global box office surpassing "Premam" to become the third highest-grossing Malayalam film of all time.
In September 2015, Rahman revealed that he would work on a Tamil action film to be directed by Karthick Naren, then only aged twenty one years old. Rahman stated that was initially apprehensive about signing on to feature in a film to be made by newcomers and held a few hearings despite being impressed with the way the script was presented to him through a narration that was both "appealing and convincing". Debutant director Karthick revealed that Rahman was his "only choice" for the lead role, while stating the script was "the culmination of an intensive probe into the world of crime" and that his father would back the film as the producer. Sujith Sarang, Sreejith Sarang and Jakes Bejoy, who had previously worked together in "Thakka Thakka" (2015), collaborated again to work as the cinematographer, editor and music composer for the project. Sachin Sudhakaran and Hariharan worked on the sound engineering for the film, with Rajakrishnan assisting as the mixing engineer. Apart from Rahman, the only other notable actor cast in the film was Delhi Ganesh, with most of the remaining actors being newcomers. Ashwin Kumar, who previously appeared in a supporting role in "Jacobinte Swargarajyam" (2016), was also picked to play a role, with his identity kept secret during the promotions. Rookie actress Yaashika Aanand appeared in the role of Shruti, her second film appearance following a brief role in "Kavalai Vendam" (2016). Anjana Jayaprakash, who portrayed the role of Vaishnavi, was a college senior of the director and was signed after the pair had a mutual interest for working on short films.