Synonyms for thambikku or Related words with thambikku

mattum              vandha              entha              varusham              koottam              thaai              kunguma              paravaigal              illalu              meendum              velai              vizhigal              sahasam              kaattu              kaalamellam              veliye              konjum              arambam              thottu              pennin              yenada              ennai              unnidathil              ezhai              kaaval              raasa              rendum              kavithaigal              neeye              kavithai              kizhakku              geetham              drohi              kalyaanam              pennum              paadu              mounam              njaan              varai              pudhu              neeku              idhu              thulladha              sollu              ullathai              medhai              deviyin              minsaram              ninne              paravai             

Examples of "thambikku"
He then directed "Thambikku Endha Ooru" with Bharath, the film received negative reviews and became unsuccessful at box office. He wrote dialogues for Sundar C.'s directorial "Kalakalappu".
Thambikku Entha Ooru (; ) is a 1984 Indian Tamil language film directed by Rajasekhar, starring Rajinikanth, Madhavi, Sulakshana, Sathyaraj and Senthamarai. The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The movie was dubbed in Telegu as "Sarada Ramudu".
In March 2010, her next Tamil film, "Thambikku Indha Ooru" was released. Later that year, Khan ventured into the Telugu film industry, appearing in Nandamuri Kalyan Ram's "Kalyanram Kathi", which was released in November 2010. Khan's next release was the February 2011 bilingual thriller "Gaganam" / "Payanam" – shot in Telugu and Tamil, respectively – which was based on an aircraft high-jack theme.
Thambikku Indha Ooru (; ) is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language film directed by Badri. It stars Bharath, Sana Khan, Prabhu, Vivek and Madalsa Sharma in the lead roles. The film was released on 5 March 2010 to negative reviews and was declared a box office bomb.
In 2009, director Badri's new film "Thambikku Indha Ooru", was initially titled "Enga Veettu Pillai" but this was changed as the producer could not get the rights to use the same. One of the song sequences from the film had 80 feet huge cut-out of MGR in the get up which appeared in "Enga Veetu Pillai.
Madhavi acted alongside Kamal Haasan in "Raja Paarvai", "Tik Tik Tik", "Kaakki Sattai" and "Mangamma Sabadham" appearing in a swimsuit in all the films. Her films with Rajinikanth include "Garjanai", "Thambikku Entha Ooru", "Un Kannil Neer Vazhindal" and "Viduthalai". She showed her ability in movies like "Enga Oor Kannagi", and "Nirabaraadhi". She also played Zeenat Aman's role from the Hindi hit film Insaf Ka Tarazu) (1980) in the Telugu remake "Edi Dharmam Edi Nyayam" (1982) and the Tamil remake "Needhi Dhevan Mayakkam" (1982).
After debuting in the Tamil film Ezhai Padum Padu in 1950, he acted in more than 250 films. He predominantly was cast in supporting roles in films of M.G.Ramachandran like Nam Naadu, En Annan, Thedi Vandha Mapillai and others. Later starred in films including Rajinikanth's Thambikku Entha Ooru. The scenes in which he appeared as a mahout were popular in the 1980s. Though he has made many films, he became famous for his dialogue in Thottal Poo Malarum (Varum, Aanaa Varaadhu...) with Vadivelu.
He was one of the most successful director of 1980s and his major works were with Rajnikanth and Kamal Haasan .Almost all of Rajnikanth's mid to late 80s blockbusters like "Thambikku Entha Ooru", "Padikkadavan", "Maapillai" and "Dharma Dorai" were directed by Rajasekhar. He was also the director of Kamal Haasan movies "Vikram", the first Tamil film which crossed the budget of 1 crore and "Kakki Chattai", the cult entertainer. He also directed "Malaiyoor Mambattiyan" which was a silver jubilee hit, and "Maaveeran" the only movie that did not do well in box office. He also directed Vijaykanth movie "Eetti" and "Cooliekkaran" which was a silver jublee hit.
Anjada Gandu () is an Indian Kannada feature film released in 1988, starring Ravichandran and Kushboo in the lead roles. Renuka Sharma directed this film. The film is a remake of Tamil original "Thambikku Entha Ooru" (1984) which starred Rajinikanth and Madhavi and excellent music composed by Isaignani Ilaiyaraja from the hospital as he was recuperating having undergone hernia operation. The film is best remembered for its successful soundtrack scored by Hamsalekha. like other Ravichandran movies released during late 80s this film was also a musical blockbuster.
In 2010, Dharan first release was Bharath's "Thambikku Indha Ooru", which, too was highly unsuccessful at the box office, while his next release would be "Siddu", collaborating again with K. Bhagyaraj. The soundtrack to the film was released in 2009, for which he made composer Yuvan Shankar Raja and director Venkat Prabhu to sing each a song, with the former's song "Poove Poove" emerging a chartbuster. He made his Malayalam debut with "The Thriller", starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and worked on the Salsa-based romantic-musical "Podaa Podi" which also features a Bhangra number. Upon the release on 10 October 2012, the album became a big chartbuster.
Elements of the song "Raman Aandaalum" were later used in the song "Thambikku Indha Ooru", composed by Dharan for the 2010 film of the same name, and also in the song "Machi Open the Bottle", composed by Ilaiyaraaja's son Yuvan Shankar Raja for the 2011 film "Mankatha". A remix of "Raman Aandaalum", composed by Dhina, is featured in the 2010 film "Magane En Marumagane". In the 2002 film "Baba", the title character is shown listening to "Raman Aandaalum" on a radio. "Senthaazham Poovil" was included in a compilation album of Yesudas' songs released by Saregama, as the title track.
Following "Veyyil", Bharath experienced a setback in his career as his subsequent releases—with the exception of "Pazhani"—proved to be commercially unsuccessful. He was facing an "image crisis" as he signed up for action and masala films and went on play repetitive roles as a "larger than life angry young man", playing "small town rowdy" or "guy seeking revenge" roles. "Koodal Nagar", was released in 2007 in which he portrayed a dual role. In 2008 he appeared in Perarasu's "Pazhani" alongside Kajal Aggarwal and Kushboo, following which "Nepali", directed by V. Z. Durai was released. That year he had two more releases, "Muniyandi Vilangial Moonramandu", which saw him collaborating with the "Em Magan" team again, and Hari's "Seval". In 2009 he acted in "Arumugam", directed by Suresh Krishna and "Kandein Kadhalai". The latter featured him in a totally contrasting role as a rich businessman, and became his only commercial success in two years. In 2010, he had a single release with "Thambikku Indha Ooru" which became a critical and commercial failure.