Synonyms for theerpu or Related words with theerpu

geetham              sookshikkuka              paravaigal              kudumba              varavu              neeyum              sneham              kaattu              thilakam              njaan              poocha              samsaram              thedi              iniyum              iddaru              sundaran              pillalu              raavukal              koottam              varai              rahasyam              kalloori              kapuram              maathu              varusham              thaai              vandha              sabash              marikkumo              anandha              oomai              dongalu              raasa              pennu              ithu              mugguru              sivappu              thirumathi              snehamulla              hrudaya              vishayam              vendum              veendum              swapnam              vaazha              vilakkum              cheppu              yamagola              avalude              vazhga             

Examples of "theerpu"
Theerpu () is a 1982 Indian Tamil film, directed by Krishnamoorthy. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Sujatha, K. Balaji and Jaishankar in lead roles. The film had musical score by M S Viswanathan.
The film was later remade into the Telugu film "Khaidii Babay" (1974) starring Shobhan Babu in the title role, and Vanisri as his love interest. It was also remade in Kannada as "Hosa Theerpu" (1983) with Ambareesh.
Keerthana is an Indian film actress. She handled lead roles and supporting roles during the 1990s in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. She entered Tamil film field through "Naalaiya Theerpu" in 1992.
S.A. Chandrasekhar is from Thangachimadam in Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu. He is married to Shoba, a carnatic singer. He is the father of Kollywood actor Vijay. His son had debuted in his directorial "Naalaiya Theerpu". He had a daughter Vidya who died at the age of 2.
En Aasai Machan is a 1994 Tamil language drama film directed by R. Sundarrajan. The film features Vijayakanth, Murali, Revathi and Ranjitha in lead roles. The film, produced by Tamil Fathima, had musical score by Deva and was released on 26 August 1994. This movie is a commercial success.It was also dubbed in Telegu as "Jamindaru Theerpu".
Theerpu (English: Judgement) is a 1994 Telugu judiciary film produced by Akkineni Venkat on Annapurna Studios banner, directed by Uppalapati Narayana Rao. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Jagapathi Babu, Aamani, Rohini Hattangadi in the lead roles and music was composed by M. M. Keeravani.
After his debut film "Naalaiya Theerpu" (1992) became a commercial failure at the box-office, Chandrasekhar felt "it would be best for his son to pair up with an established hero for his next film" and he decided to cast Vijayakanth alongside his son Vijay to which he agreed to do for free.
Aside from Sports, he also does live coverage of current affairs. In 2009, he was involved with the analyses and debate over the Lok Sabha Polls for Zee Tamil, the Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2011 on DD Podhigai, Pre Poll Debates and Analysis on Zee Tamil in 2011 and election-day live coverage on DD Podhigai. He has hosted political debate shows, including "Makkal Theerpu" and "Nattu Nadappu" (both for Win TV) and "Tamizha Tamizha" on STAR Vijay.
Sri Mahalakshmi is a 2007 suspense thriller film directed by Fightmaster Vijayan starring Srihari and Shamna. The film is a remake of Malayalam film "Chinthamani Kolacase" starring Suresh Gopi (who previously starred in Telugu film "Antima Theerpu") and Bhavana (later she went to Telugu film "Ontari" opposite Gopichand) while second remake in Tamil as "Ellam Avan Seyal" the film was banner Shihari's Production Sri Chalana Chitra..
Bharani was born in a village near Tanjore and was the eldest son in a family of three brothers. He studied up until Class 10 and actively used to compose songs during his school days, and came to Chennai in 1989 seeking an opportunity. Bharani, under his real name Gunasekaran, initially made a breakthrough as a lyricist and wrote Vijay's first on screen song for "Naalaiya Theerpu" (1992).
Bharani who earlier wrote lyrics for Vijay's debut film "Naalaya Theerpu" (1992) was selected to compose the music thus making his debut. The soundtrack contains 7 songs and lyrics for the songs were written by Bharani, Vasan, Arivumathi and Pulamaipithan. Actor Vijay had sung three songs for Suriya in this film with "Naam Dum Adikkira" song was well received while another song "Nilave Nilave" was also successful.
Krishnam Raju acted in several blockbuster hit films such as "Jeevana Tarangalu" (1973), "Krishnaveni" (1974), "Bhakta Kannappa" (1976), "Amaradeepam" (1977), "Sati Savitri" (1978), "Katakataala Rudraiah" (1978), "Mana Voori Pandavulu" (1978), "Rangoon Rowdy" (1979), "Shri Vinayaka Vijayamu" (1979), "Sita Ramulu" (1980), "Taxi Driver" (1981), "Trishulam" (1982), "Dharmaatmudu" (1983), "Bobbili Brahmanna" (1984), "Tandra Paprayudu" (1986), "Marana Sasanam" (1987), "Vishwanatha Nayakudu" (1987), "Antima Theerpu" (1988), "Bava Bavamaridi" (1993), "Palnati Pourusham" (1994).
Vijay is an Indian actor who works in Tamil language films. He made his cinematic debut in the 1984 drama "Vetri", directed by his father, S. A. Chandrasekhar. After appearing in Chandrasekhar's films as an uncredited child artist, Vijay made his debut as a lead actor with "Naalaiya Theerpu" (1992). He followed it with a supporting role opposite Vijayakanth in "Sendhoorapandi" (1993). Vijay went on to play lead roles in his father's directorial ventures such as "Rasigan" (1994) and "Deva" (1995). Most of them were unsuccessful critically and commercially.
The film was remade and released in Telugu as Anthima Theerpu, which was directed by Joshiy himself. Joshiy also directed the Hindi and Kannada versions titled "New Delhi". Lead roles were played by Jeetendra in its Hindi version and Ambareesh in the Kannada version, respectively. The story is loosely based on the novel "The Almighty" by Irving Wallace. Thiagarajan, who played the role of Salem Vishnu in "New Delhi", later produced and directed a Tamil film titled "Salem Vishnu" which showcased the prequel story of his character. The film was a commercial success.
Black Dalia is a 2009 Malayalam film, the first directed by the popular Malayalam villain and character actor Baburaj (husband of actress Vani Viswanath). The film stars Suresh Gopi, Baburaj and Vani Viswanath.Punjabi actress Cherrie Minhas, Sri Lankan actress Tami Dushyantha, Tamil-Telugu actress Suja Naidu, Malayalee actresses Teena Ponnamma, Ruksha, Jisna Ali, Althara, Kavitha Nair, Pavithra and Thegika from Hyderabad played the ten heroines . This film was dubbed in Telugu as "Anthima Theerpu" (Final Judgement) Hindi as "Lady Singham" and in Tamil as "Magalir Kalloori".
Naalaiya Theerpu ("Tomorrow's Verdict") is a Tamil action-drama film directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar and produced and written by his wife Shoba Chandrasekhar which marked the debut of their son Vijay in the lead role alongside Keerthana and Easwari Rao. The film which also featured Srividya, Radharavi and Sarath Babu, had music composed by newcomer Manimekalai, cinematography by R. P. Imayavaramban and editing by Gautham Raju. The film released to mixed reviews on 4 December 1992 and ended as a box office failure. It was later dubbed in Hindi as "Faisla Uparwale Ka".
Shankar began his directorial with "Minchina Ota". This won him seven state awards, including the best film. And then came a series of films directed by him. Janma Janmada Anubandha, Geetha, "Accident" (which won many state and national awards), "Ondu Muttina Kathe" (with Rajkumar in the lead – loosely based on John Steinbeck's novel "The Pearl"), "Nodi Swamy Navirodu Hige", "Lalach" and "Hosa Theerpu (remake of Dushman" – his only directorial remake).His film accident has treated as a landmark and revolutionary in the Indian Cinema.
After appearing as child artist in the films directed by his father, Vijay made his acting debut as lead actor under the age of eighteen with "Naalaya Theerpu" (1992). Vijay appeared alongside Vijayakanth in "Sendhoorapandi" (1993) which did well at the box-office. In 1994, he appeared in "Rasigan" which became a successful venture He had lead roles in films like "Deva", and "Rajavin Parvaiyile" where he co-starred with another actor Ajith Kumar, who played a supporting role. He then acted in the romantic comedy "Vishnu" and romantic tragedy "Chandralekha" later. In early 1995, he starred in "Coimbatore Mappillai" a romantic comedy film.
V. V. Creations ventured into film production in 1984 with "Veettuku Oru Kannagi" directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar starring Vijayakanth and Saritha in lead roles. The production company then produced five more Vijayakanth starrer films and directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar. In 1991, they produced "Nanbargal" directed by Shoba Chandrasekhar who made her directorial debut. The film completed a 200-day run at the box-office. Following the success of "Nanbargal", they produced Shoba Chandrasekhar's "Innisai Mazhai". In the end of 1992, S. A. Chandrasekhar and Shoba Chandrasekhar launched their son Vijay in "Naalaiya Theerpu". They then produced "Nenjinile" and "Pandhayam".
The son of S. A. Chandrasekhar and Shoba Chandrasekhar, Vijay initially appeared as a child actor in a number of his father's films, starting with "Vetri" (1984). He made his debut as a lead actor in "Naalaya Theerpu" (1992), which was also directed by his father. He received his breakthrough with "Poove Unakkaga" (1996) and "Kadhalukku Mariyadhai" (1997). He went on to act in other commercially successful films such as "Thulladha Manamum Thullum" (1999), "Kushi" (2000), "Friends" (2001), "Thirumalai" (2003), "Ghilli" (2004), "Pokkiri" (2007), "Nanban" (2012), "Thuppakki" (2012), "Kaththi" (2014) and "Theri" (2016), which rank among the highest-grossing Tamil films. To date, he has acted in 60 movies as a lead actor and has won three Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, seven Vijay Awards and two Edison Awards.Vijay is a playback singer and has sung a couple of songs for his movies.