Synonyms for ulladakkam or Related words with ulladakkam

kannukal              njangalude              sookshikkuka              thumbolarcha              theerpu              swapnangal              varavu              geetham              cheppu              thilakam              kudumba              bandhangal              iniyum              nanmakal              anandha              njaan              kaathirunna              iddaru              tharattu              vilakkum              kodalu              sipayi              mukhangal              marikkumo              pambaram              virunnukari              poocha              noottandu              samsaram              snehamulla              kamaladalam              pennu              rahasyam              iruvattam              nirangal              mangalya              vanadevatha              sundaran              sphodanam              hrudaya              sandhyakku              thadavara              bandham              thavaru              kunguma              manathe              vandanam              pareeksha              veettile              sasneham             



Examples of "ulladakkam"
Ouseppachan composed the soundtrack and background score for this movie. One of Ouseppachan's tunes as a background score in a 1991 Malayalam movie Ulladakkam became a song in this movie,i.e., "Pranaya Sougandhikangal"
The film received three Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Actor (Mohanlal), Best Director (Kamal), and Best Dubbing Artist (Bhagyalakshmi). "Ulladakkam" is regarded as one of the best films of Kamal, and was a commercial success at the box office.
He has acted in more than fifty films and several telefilms and serials. Some of his notable films are "Mookkilla Rajyathu", "Ulladakkam", "God Father", "Oridathu", "Kalyana Raman" and "Ivory Merchant". He has also acted in a Hollywood film, "Cotton Mary", which was directed by Ismail Merchant.
Mavelikkara Ponnamma (died 6 September 1995) was an Indian actress in Malayalam movies. She was one of the prominent supporting actress in late 1970s and 1990s in Malayalam movies. She is noted for her performance in "Ulladakkam" (1991), "Aakasha Kottayile Sultan" (1991) and "Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo" (1992).
Suresh Balaji is an Indian film producer, primarily concentrating in Malayalam and Tamil films. He is the son of producer and actor K. Balaji. He has produced many successful ventures like "Billa", "Vazhvey Maayam", "Gandharvam", "Ulladakkam", "13 B", "Yaavarum Nalam", "Malamaal Weekly", "Phir Milenge" and "Billa 2".
Some examples are "Mathilukal" (1990) directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan, "Kattu Kuthira" (1990) directed by P. G. Viswambharan, "Amaram" (1991) directed by Bharathan, "Ulladakkam" (1992) directed by Kamal, "Kilukkam" (1991) directed by Priyadarshan, "Kamaladalam" (1992) by Sibi Malayil, "Vidheyan" (1993) by Adoor Gopalakrishnan, "Devaasuram" (1993) by I. V. Sasi, "Manichithrathazhu" (1993) by Fazil, "Ponthan Mada" (1993) by T. V. Chandran, "Spadikam" (1995) by Bhadran, " Commissioner"(1994) "The King" (1995) by Shaji Kailas, "Hitler" (1996) by Siddique and "Desadanam" (1997) by Jayaraaj.
Ulladakkam () is 1991 Indian Malayalam language psychological thriller film directed by Kamal and written by P. Balachandran from a story by Cheriyan Kalpakavadi. It stars Mohanlal, Amala, and Shobana. The film produced by Suresh Balaje features soundtrack composed by Ouseppachan. Dr. Sunny (Mohanlal) is a psychiatric, one of his patient Reshma (Amala) after treated by him gets obsessed with him romantically, but Sunny is already engaged with Annie (Shobana).
Balachandran is best known for the play "Paavam Usman" for which he won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award and Kerala Professional Nataka Award in the year 1989. He has scripted many films including "Ulladakkam" (1991), "Pavithram" (1994), "Punaradhivasam" (2000), and "Kammatti Paadam" (2016). His directorial debut is "Ivan Megharoopan" (2012). He has also acted in a few films, the most notable being "Trivandrum Lodge" (2012).
Amala made her debut in a Tamil film titled "Mythili Ennai Kaathali" directed by T. Rajendar, which was a huge box office hit. Winning overnight fame, she charmed cinegoers in a flurry of fifty films, including a number of Tamil box office hits. She acted with her future husband Akkineni Nagarjuna in hits like Nirnayam and Siva. She received Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam for her ww film "Ulladakkam".
She returned to big screen in 1989 with the K P Kumaran directed Award winning movie "Rugmini" which had the story by Madhavikutty. Later she starred in movies like Jayaraj’s "Akasakottayile Sultan"- with Srinivasan, Kamal’s "Ennodishtam Koodamo"- with Mukesh, Madhubhala, Kamal’s "Ulladakkam" with Mohanlal, Shobhana etc., Siby Malayil’s Lohithadas scripted "Valayam" with Murali, Manoj K Jayan etc., T.V Chandrans’ "Ponthan Mada" with Mammootty, "Sasinas" based on Vaikom Muhammad Basheer’s life story with Asokhan, "Kidilol Kidilam" with Narendra Prasad, Rajan P Dev and Rekha, "Thalamura" with Narendra Prasad, Madhu and Anju, "Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu" with Urvashi, Ratheesh, Vinayaprasad, Sathyan Anthikkad’s "Samooham" with Suresh Gopi, Suhasini Manirathnam etc.
"C/O Saira Banu" is the feature film directorial debut of Sony Antony who is known for his Malayalam short film "Moonnamidam". Manju Warrier plays the title character Saira Banu, a Muslim woman who works as a postwoman. R. J. Shaan who acted in "Moonnamidam" scripted the film, with additional contributions from Bipin Chandran. With the film, Amala Akkineni is returning to Malayalam cinema after a gap of 25 years, since "Ulladakkam" (1991). Shane Nigam plays a second year law college student, son of Banu.
"Ivan Megharoopan" is P. Balachandran's debut film as a director. He has earlier written certain notable scripts including "Ulladakkam", "Pavithram" and "Punaradhivasam". Balachandran had discussed the story with filmmaker V. K. Prakash after writing "Punradhivasam" (which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam in 2000) for him. He suggested Prakash to direct the film but somehow the project didn't take off. In 2008, Balachandran decided to make the film on the poet, himself. "When I spoke to Prakash of my plans, he encouraged me to direct the film. And that is how "Ivan Megharoopan" was born. The film is not a biography of Kunhiraman Nair, It is based on the life and the soul of the great poet," Balachandran says. He adds he was fascinated by the life of Kunhiraman Nair long before he wanted to make a film on it.
Dileep started his career at Kalabhavan, working as a mimicry artist. He also performed in Asianet's comedy show "Comicola". Later he got a chance to be the assistant director to Kamal. While being an assistant director, Dileep did some small roles, debuting with just a small scene in Kamal's "Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo" (1992). He recommended his name to many directors. The film "Manathe Kottaram" (1994), directed by Sunil, gave him the first break and his screen name "Dileep" came into place through the character of the same name that he played. Other minor roles during this time included Joshi's "Sainyam" (1993), Sibi Malayil's "Sindoora Rekha" (1995), Viji Thampi's "Pidakozhi Koovunna Nootand" (1994), Kamal's "Ulladakkam" (1993) and "Sudhinam" (1994),"Thooval Kottaram" (1996), "Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran" (1996), "Ee Puzhayum Kadannu" in 1996. "Sallapam" (1996) gave him the much needed break and he became a recognisable figure in the movie industry.. He played a supporting role in I. V. Sasi's "Varnapakittu" in 1997."Punjabi House" (1998) was a major success for the actor and it saw the beginning of the popular Dileep-Harishri Asokan combo. His other films "Meenathil Thalikettu" (1998) and "Chandranudikkunna Dikhil" (1999) also fared well.