Synonyms for theeya or Related words with theeya

seiyyanum              velai              kumaru              chesina              neeyum              thalaivan              neramillai              inikkum              meendum              konjum              vendum              pudhu              ennai              varusham              mattum              njaan              mogudu              ninne              unakkaga              kadhalukku              sahasam              vennira              naaku              vallavan              manithan              murattu              vandha              raasa              geetham              theerpu              varai              pennin              marupakkam              thanga              kavithai              manasu              paravaigal              konjam              suryavamsam              thaai              kaatru              mounam              poguthae              kaavalkaaran              thedi              kizhakku              vayasu              drohi              aranmanai              kireedam             



Examples of "theeya"
The film clashed with big release "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" but managed to collect 3.2 crore on opening day. On second day growth improvement collected 3.8 crore making 9.5 crore but lesser than "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". The made an average business during its first week collected 24 crore at the box office. The film did a good business in overseas.The film 6 weeks collection around worldwide 50 crore at the box office.The film successfully completed 50 days in 38 centers.
The failure of the film meant that he instead chose to portray characters in television serials, and appeared intermittently in Tamil films including the serial "Chellamay" (2004) and "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013).
The satellite rights of the film were secured by STAR Vijay. The film was given a "U" certificate by the Indian Censor Board. The film released on 14 June 2013 alongside another comedy film "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". It released on 500+ screens worldwide.
Amarnath received positive reviews for his work in "Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakathilaey" (2012), and was thus signed up by C. V. Kumar to collaborate on another venture. His work in Karthik Subbaraj's directorial debut "Pizza" (2012), won him critical acclaim and the Vijay Award for Best Cinematographer. He subsequently received a breakthrough and began working on bigger budget productions, teaming up with Sundar C for "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013) and "Aambala" (2015).
She made her debut in Gautham Menon's 2012 bilingual films "Neethaane En Ponvasantham" and "Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu" appearing as Jenny, a friend of the character portrayed by Samantha. The actress has since played pivotal roles opposite N. Santhanam in Sundar C's "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" in "Malini 22 Palayamkottai" and the Telugu film "Ramayya Vasthavayya". She was seen in minor roles in both 2014 Pongal releases "Jilla" and "Veeram".
Sundar C. announced that he would collaborate with UTV Motion Pictures for another film after the success of "Kalakalappu". Siddharth and Hansika are the lead pair of the film after the Telugu film "Oh My Friend". The film is titled as "Theeya velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" derived from the dialogue from "Pudhupettai" and it would also be made simultaneously in Telugu as "Something Something" with Brahmanandam playing Santhanam's role. This is Santhanam's third film with Sundar C.
People belongs to Hindu, Islam and Communists communities. This is one of the stronghold villages of Communist Marxist Party of India and CPI,Janadadal . Hindu community is divided into Theeya, Moosadh, Nayar, Kurup, paravar, malayar, ashari, shaliar, pulayar, Pallichan, etc. There is no industry for this village. People depend on agriculture for their livelihood. After 1970 many people moved to Gulf countries to find their alternative livelihood and flourished local economy with gulf money.
Hansika Motwani is an Indian actress who predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu films. She made her film debut in the Telugu film "Desamuduru" (2007), winning the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South. She then appeared in a couple of high-budget Telugu films, including "Kantri" (2008) and "Maska" (2009). She started her career in Tamil cinema with "Mappillai" (2011) and then appeared in several commercially successful Tamil films including "Engeyum Kadhal" (2011), " Velayudham" (2011), "Oru Kal Oru Kannadi" (2012), "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013) and "Maan Karate" (2014).
This film received positive reviews from critics and audience. Moviecrow rated it 3/5 stating that ""TVSK" works because of Sundar C.'s rich experience and ability to mix various comedy elements and commercial formula with strong backing from a bevy of lead actors and comedians". Rediff wrote:"Theeya Velai Seyyanum Kumaru fails on many counts, the primary being the lead actors and their lackluster performance, the film is still quite boring and predictable". In wrote:"Overall, "TVSK" is an average rom-com with few good laughs". Behindwoods wrote:"To sum up, "TVSK" is bound to continue the long-lasting trend of well-made comedy movies striking it big at the box-office".
Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru (English: You have got to work like fire, Kumar!) is a 2013 Tamil romantic comedy film co-produced and directed by Sundar C. and produced by Kushboo Sundar starring Siddharth, Hansika Motwani and Ganesh Venkatraman, with Santhanam as a comedian. The film was simultaneously shot in Telugu language as "Something Something", in which Brahmanandam replaces Santhanam for the Telugu version. The shoot started in January 2013. The film released on 14 June 2013 to positive reviews and became a commercial success.
Something Something is a 2013 Telugu romantic comedy film directed by Sundar C. which stars Siddharth, Hansika Motwani and Brahmanandam in the lead roles and Rana Daggubati and Samantha Ruth Prabhu together in cameo appearances. The film was simultaneously shot in Tamil language as "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" with Santhanam replacing Brahmanandam in the Tamil version. Music is composed by C. Sathya and Gopi Amarnath handled the Cinematography while award winning duo Praveen K. L. and N. B. Srikanth were the editors for the film. The film, along with the Tamil version, released on 14 June 2013 worldwide.
Balaji Patturaj (born 20 June 1985), popularly known as RJ Balaji, is an Indian radio jockey, presenter, comedian and actor based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He is best known as the host of the BIG FM 92.7 show "Take it Easy" and its now defunct segment "Cross Talk", where he made prank calls to unsuspecting victims. Although mainly a radio jockey, Balaji is also active in other fields; he is known for his association with the television shows "Ungalil Yaar Adutha Prabhu Dheva" and "Why This Kolaveri", and for his performance in the films "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013), "Vadacurry" (2014) "Naanum Rowdy Dhaan" (2015) and "Pugazh" (2016). He has also been a presenter at many inter-school cultural events in Chennai, and has contributed to many social causes, such as providing relief support to the victims of the 2015 South Indian floods along with other actors.
Ganesh worked on three projects in 2013, prioritising his work on Tamil cinema. He appeared in Sundar C's bilingual film, "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" in a supporting role of an office worker, while he was seen as a police officer in the action film, "Ivan Veramathiri". He also portrayed the role of a prince in Roopa Iyer's Kannada and Tamil bilingual film, "Chandra", and revealed that he signed on after hearing that Shriya Saran would be portraying the lead role. Ganesh subsequently worked on a few low budget films, the psychological thriller "Achaaram" (2015) and the drama "Pallikoodam Pogamale" (2015), both of which had low key theatrical releases. During the same year, he also portrayed a supporting role in Mohan Raja's "Thani Oruvan", which went on to become a blockbuster at the box office.
Chithra Lakshmanan began his career as a film journalist, and became acquainted with director Bharathiraja to enter the film industry, and subsequently served as a co-producer on all his films with his brother Chithra Raamu. In 1983, he produced "Mann Vasanai", which won commercial success as well as the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Film. He also served as a press relations officer for Tamil films during the 1980s, and later reprised that role as an actor through "Uttama Villain" (2015). His first directorial venture was "Soora Samhaaram" (1988) with Kamal Hassan and later he directed "Periya Thambi" (1997) with Prabhu and "Chinna Raja" (1999) with Karthik in the lead role. He turned actor in "Japanil Kalyanaraman" (1985) and began to prioritise acting commitments in the 2000s, winning acclaim for his comedy roles in "Boss Engira Bhaskaran" (2010) and "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013).
In the 2013 film "Samar", Vishal played a forest trek guide. Behindwoods stated that he "rocks in the action sequences" which include Parkour moves. He appeared in three more films that year. Following a cameo role in "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru", he starred in the action films "Pattathu Yaanai" and "Pandiya Naadu". The latter was Vishal's debut production venture. Vishal opted to produce and collaborate with Thiru for a third venture, "Naan Sigappu Manithan" (2014), a revenge drama, in which his character suffered from narcolepsy. To prepare for the lead role, Vishal read up and studied real life case studies of people with the disorder, citing that there was no references from cinema which he could watch and learn.Then he had acted under director Hari for second time in Poojai(2014) did somewhat good business at the box office.In 2015, he acted two films namely, Aambala and Paayum Puli both turning out to be a flop at the box office.In 2016, he did three movies Kathakali, Marudhu,and Kaththi Sandai.Former two where average grossers while Kaththi Sandai became a flop at the box office.
In 2012 Hansika had two releases, one in Tamil and Telugu each. Her first release was M. Rajesh's romantic comedy "Oru Kal Oru Kannadi", which became her first runaway hit and earned her positive reviews from critics for her performance. In Telugu, she was featured in "Denikaina Ready", opposite Vishnu Manchu, which also earned a positive response from the public. She received her first Best Actress nomination at the 60th Filmfare Awards South for her performance in the film. In 2013, she appeared in four Tamil films, "Settai", opposite Arya, Sundar C.'s "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru", opposite Siddharth, Hari's "Singam II" starring Suriya and Venkat Prabhu's "Biriyani" with Suriya's brother, Karthi. She had five releases in 2014, two of them being Telugu films, the comedy flick "Pandavulu Pandavulu Thummeda" and the action-masala "Power". Her Tamil releases were the fantasy film "Maan Karate", Sundar C's horror comedy "Aranmanai" and the action thriller "Meaghamann", with the former two becoming two of the most profitable films of the year.
Alia Bhatt was rumoured to be playing the lead, before Amyra Dastur, a model who made her film debut in "Issaq" (2013) was later cast opposite Dhanush. In preparation for her role, she was asked to see Tamil films and also took Tamil lessons from Dhanush to get her dialogues right. Amyra was further reported to be performing stunts for the film. In an interview to "IANS", Amyra said that she would portray three different roles in the film. Karthik was signed to play the role of a love guru to Dhanush, for a part, similar to the role portrayed by Santhanam in "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" (2013), and also sport a look similar to that of Ajith's look in "Mankatha" (2011). Baby Vedhika of "Nirnayam" (2013) fame is also playing a role. Actress Aishwarya Devan was selected to play the second heroine in the film. Actors Atul Kulkarni and Ashish Vidyarthi were selected to play supporting roles. Malayalam actress Lena was also selected to play a supporting role in the film.
In "Puthagam" (2013), Balaji introduces the lead characters played by Sathya, Sanjay, Vignesh and Rakul Preet Singh, in a voice-over. In the same year, he made a cameo appearance in "Ethir Neechal", and made his full-fledged acting debut in "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". He appeared in a brief role as a show host in "Vallinam" (2014). His second film appearance in 2014 was in "Vaayai Moodi Pesavum", followed by a major role as the title character in "Vadacurry". In 2015, he appeared in "Idhu Enna Maayam", "Yatchan", and "Naanum Rowdydhaan", where he played the character Paandi's (Vijay Sethupathi) friend. For his performance in "Naanum Rowdydhaan", Balaji won the SIIMA Award for Best Comedian. In 2016, he appeared in "Jil Jung Juk", and "Pugazh", where he also worked as a singer and lyricist on the song "Podu Podu". In "Muthina Kathirika" (2016), Balaji introduces the main characters, including protagonist Muthupandi (Sundar C.) through a voiceover. He then appeared in "Devi", directed by A. L. Vijay, "Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru", directed by M. Rajesh, and "Kavalai Vendam", directed by Deekay. His forthcoming films are "Parandhu Sella Vaa", to be directed by Dhanapal Padmanabhan, "Kee", to be directed by newcomer Kaleesh, "Kaatru Veliyidai", to be directed by Mani Ratnam, and an untitled Sri Green Productions film to be directed by newcomer Shanmugham Muthusamy. He will also star in "Annanukku Jai", followed by an untitled film to be directed by Mohan Raja, an untitled Tamil-Telugu bilingual film to be directed by AR Murugadoss, and "Thaana Serndha Kootam", to be directed by Vignesh Shivan.
Santhanam's first production venture, "Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya" directed by Manikandan, became a commercially successful venture upon release in January 2013. Producing the venture under his newly formed studio Handmade Films, Santhanam opted to introduce a predominantly new cast and keep a low budget for the project understanding that film production had "previously ended the careers of many". Featuring Santhanam as one of the three lead characters alongside his close friend and dermatologist Sethu and Power Star Srinivasan, the film was well received by critics, with a reviewer noting "there is a serious actor hidden somewhere inside Santhanam, who seems to be waiting for the right opportunity or role to break out of the comedian and sidekick roles he is confined to now", adding that "he can put many commercially successful actors to shame". He featured a journalist in Kannan's comedy film "Settai" alongside Arya and Premgi Amaren, also serving as an assistant director, while he then also played a popular role of a love guru in Sundar C's "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru". He continued to feature in well received roles in commercially successful films like "Raja Rani" and "Vanakkam Chennai", and his work in "Endrendrum Punnagai" with Jiiva and Vinay, was also praised with a critic noting that "with his spot-on comedy, measured histrionics and his immense likeability, he is a revelation and provides some hearty laughs". A set-back came in the form of his fourth collaboration with Rajesh in "All in All Azhagu Raja" which became a surprise failure, and a critic wrote "though he does have his moments, the comedy seems to be forced, many of the scenes greatly exaggerated, and his portrayal of Kareena Chopra is a disaster".
Siddharth then chose to produce his first film under his newly launched production studio, Etaki Entertainment Private Limited, which he had registered in October 2010. He financed the bilingual college romantic comedy "Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi" (2012), based on the same-titled short film by Balaji Mohan, and featured in the lead role alongside Amala Paul. He revealed that after watching the ten-minute Tamil short film, he found it interesting and developed an interest to turn it into a mainstream full-length feature film. The film was shot in Tamil and Telugu over a period of eight months under a moderate budget. The film opened in February 2012 in both languages to commercial acclaim, becoming a profitable venture at the box office. Both the film and Siddharth won positive reviews, with a critic calling it "earnest" and "well-written" In 2013, Siddharth had his most prolific year and appeared in seven film across four languages. Siddharth was selected to be a part of the ensemble cast for Deepa Mehta's "Midnight's Children", a 2012 British-Canadian film adaptation of Salman Rushdie's 1981 novel of the same name. He sped read the book to prepare for his role and attended a series of workshops to portray the role of Shiva, earning positive reviews for his performance. Siddharth then worked on Nandini Reddy's Telugu romantic comedy "Jabardasth" opposite Samantha, with the pair portraying wedding planners. Despite receiving attention prior to release, as a result of the pair's off-screen relationship, the film garnered poor reviews with critics noting their characters "were poorly written". The film became a commercial failure, while also becoming entangled in a legal tussle soon after release of story theft. He also was subsequently seen in Srinu Vaitla's "Baadshah", performing a guest appearance in a flashback sequence. His fourth release was David Dhawan's Hindi comedy film "Chashme Baddoor", a remake of the 1981 film of the same name, which released to a negative response from reviewers. Next, Siddharth collaborated with debutant director Manimaran for the romantic thriller "Udhayam NH4", written by Vetrimaaran. The film won positive reviews and performed strongly at the box office, with a critic from Rediff.com adding the actor "has given a very mature, yet understated performance". He then featured in Sundar C's commercially successful Tamil comedy film "Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru" portraying a timid IT employee who seeks the help of a love guru. His popularity in Telugu cinema meant that the makers re-shot a few scenes and released a Telugu version titled "Something Something".