Synonyms for thaniye or Related words with thaniye

iniyum              kaathirunna              tharattu              ninte              adimakal              aalkkoottathil              kottunnu              swapnam              priyappetta              thulabharam              ninakku              vakku              njan              thaayi              kinnaram              snehapoorvam              sasneham              sandhyakku              abhayam              namukku              ivide              bappayum              poocha              ithile              veendum              gajakesariyogam              kannukal              karyam              mazha              akale              daivathinte              kilichundan              anandha              ninne              kudumba              kamaladalam              panchavadi              chuvanna              mounam              kodalu              kutumbam              pennu              rajavu              sundaran              njaan              kannezhuthi              tharam              udamakal              kuttyedathi              peyyunnu             

Examples of "thaniye"
2016: Best Male Playback Singer - 'Thaniye Mizhikal', Guppy
Thaniye is a 2007 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Babu Thiruvalla, starring Nedumudi Venu and Lakshmi Gopalaswamy in the lead roles.
Aalkkoottathil Thaniye ) is a 1984 Malayalam film directed by I. V. Sasi, written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair, and starring Mammootty, Mohanlal and Seema.
He won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer, 2016, for the Song "Thaniye Mizhikal" from the film Guppy
Jomon is an Indian screenwriter and director. After working as assistant director in films like "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye, Uyarangalil, Adiyozhukkukal, 1921" and "Douthyam", Jomon became independent Malayalam cinema director with the 1990 Mammootty film "Samrajyam".
In 2007, Lakshmi again received the Kerala State Film Award for the second best actress for her performances in "Thaniye" directed by debutant film director Babu Thiruvalla and "Paradesi" directed by P. T. Kunju Mohammed. For the same films, she also received the "Atlas Film Critics Award" for the best woman actor.
Apart from these extra ordinary comedy work he has done a short film named Thaniye which won the award for best cameraman and best actress. Another short film Veedu in which famous Cine ActressMeera Nandan made her debut as an actress on any screen.
MT has authored two books on the craft of writing—"Kaathikante Panippura" and "Kaathikante Kala"—and his anecdotal columns articles on various topics and speeches on different occasions have been compiled under the titles "Kilivaathililude, Kannanthalippookkalude Kaalam, Vakkukalude Vismayam" and "Eekakikalude Sabdam". "Manushyar Nizhalukal" and "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye" are his travelogues.
Mammootty films of the 1980s include "Sphodanam" (directed by P. G. Viswambharan), "Munnettam" (directed by Sreekumaran Thampi), "Thrishna" (directed by I.V. Sasi). In 1981, he got his first state award in the Best Supporting Actor category for his performance in "Ahimsa". His performances included "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye" and "Adiyozhukkukal". He played the role of a police officer in the investigative thriller "Yavanika" (1982) directed by K. G. George.
His performance in Angadi, Eenadu, Moorkhan, "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Itha Oru Theeram", "Kanakkinavu" was remarkable. The turning point in his career was his roles in "Chembarathi", "Avalude Ravukal", "Angaadi". Even his brief roles like those in "Manichitrathazhu" and "The King" are well remembered till this day. His one-liners like ""Taski Viliyeda"" in "Thenmavin Kombath" and ""Ippo Sariyakkitharam"" and "'Thamaraseri Churam'" in "Vellanakalude Nadu" earned their position in the list of Malayalam idioms. He spoke about Thamarassery choram first in the movie T P Balagopalan M A.
Akele Hum Akele Tum (English: "I'm Just Alone, So Are You") is a 1995 Indian Hindi-language musical drama romance film. It stars Aamir Khan, Manisha Koirala and Master Adil, and was directed by Mansoor Khan. The music is by Anu Malik and the lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri. This movie is a remake of Kannada film Ee Bandha Anubandha (1987) starring Shankar Nag. This itself is partly inspired from the 1979 Hollywood film "Kramer vs. Kramer", starring Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman.The film was dubbed in Malayalam as Thaane Thaniye.
Lalu Alex started his career as a supporting actor in "Ee Gaanam Marakkumo" in 1978. His early career involved roles in such I. V. Sasi's films as Thrishna, Thusharam, and Ahimsa. His outstanding performance was in Geo movies production, I.V.Sasi directed "Ee nadu" as SP Alexander. After that he had acted in villainous-character roles in films like I.V.Sasi's Kanamarayath, Alkootathil Thaniye, John Jaffer Janardhanan, Mrugaya and Balachandra Menon's Karyam Nissaram, and Prasnam Gurutharam. Joshy was another director who had given him roles in films like Aa Ratri,Bhookambam,Alakadalin Akkare,Minimol Vathikanil,Muhurtham 11.30,Nair Saab etc... He has worked with directors such as K. Madhu in Adikkurippu, Chathuangam, and Munnam Murra, Sathyan Anthikkad in Kalikkalam Oral Mathram, and Kamal in Manjupole Oru Penkutty and Niram. In the 1990s, he turned to comic roles.
He received his first award as a playback singer in a Tamil movie, collaborating with A. R. Rahman and winning a National Film Award for "Kandukondain Kandukondain". Well known in the Kodambakkam film industry, he has worked with several top composers including Rahman, Ilaiyaraaja, Deva, Yuvan Shankar Raja (for whom he has sung the maximum number of songs in Tamil), Harris Jayaraj, Vidyasagar, Mani Sharma, Devi Sri Prasad, G. V. Prakash Kumar, Vijay Antony, D. Imman, S. Thaman, Anirudh Ravichander and others. He also made a special appearance in the visualization of the song "Thaniye" from "Rhythm", which was sung by himself. In addition, Mahadevan has sung for every major hero in Tamil cinema including Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan, though he is better known for the several hit songs he has delivered for contemporary stars Ajith Kumar and Vijay. His song "Manmatha Rasa" from "Thiruda Thirudi" was a chartbuster and remains hugely popular.
disintegration of human values and relationship which creates identity crisis, sense of loss, dehumanisation, alienation from one's own surroundings etc. have been presented in its depth by MT more than any other writers. The best examples are "Kanyakumari", "Varikkuzhi", "Vilkkanundu Swapnangal", "Edavazhiyile Poocha Mindappoocha", "Akshrangal", "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Aaroodam" etc. A salient aspect of MT's screenplays is the effective presentation of the ecological or geographical factors and elements making use of the visual possibilities of their portrayal. Another unique feature is the language employed in them. Some of his screenplays are known for giving new interpretations to historical characters and historical stories. For instance, he gives the legends woven around the popular story of Perumthachan a new interpretation in his screenplay, based on his own assessment of Perumthachan's character. According to the folklore Vadakkanpattu (Northern Ballads), Chandu is said to have betrayed his cousin because he was jealous of Aaromal's popularity and abilities. But MT's "Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha" presents an alternative version of the same legend, as it presents the incident from Chandu's perspective, suggesting that grave injustice has been done to Chandu by wrongly accusing him of replacing the rivets.
Shelly Kishore received the State Government award for the best actress in 2006 for her role in the serial "Thaniye", telecasted in Amritha TV. Shelly's first Malayalam movie was "Kerala Cafe", directed by Shankar Ramakrishnan. Shelly's first Tamil movie was "Thanga Meenkal", directed by Ram. Shelly has got an opportunity to be a part of the Hindi movie "The Waiting Room", directed by Maneej Premnath. She has learned Mohiniyattam, Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam. Shelly was selected as the second runner up for the Miss Flower Show contest held at Kanakakunnu, Trivandrum. Shelly's father, J. Nabu Kumar, is a civil engineer in Dubai, U.A.E. Her mother Sheela is a housewife. She has an elder brother and a sister. Shelly's brother is married and is settled in America. Her sister, Shibily works as a teacher. Shelly has done her schooling in Muscat and in New Indian Model School, Dubai. She has a diploma in mass media and communication from Singapore and another diploma in sociology. Shelly has completed her Post Graduation in E-Governance. Shelly has acted in the Malayalam movie "Kanalkannadi" directed by Jayan Poduval, it was never released.