Synonyms for vaazha or Related words with vaazha

njaan              vendum              kaattu              raasa              neeye              thaai              vandha              paravaigal              vayasu              ninne              ennai              samsaram              iniyum              gaanam              mounam              paadum              geetham              theerpu              vizhigal              njan              pennu              thedi              mattum              puthu              vazhga              thalattu              sollu              ithu              meendum              enikku              anandha              iddaru              vandhu              ninakku              neeyo              kunguma              hrudaya              ellorum              oomai              ponnu              sipayi              ulagam              konjum              idhaya              koottam              bandham              velai              poovum              savaal              neeyum             

Examples of "vaazha"
"Vaazha Vaitha Deivam" film was successfully hit at the Box — Office and this film was dubbed in Telugu as "Karmika Vijayam" but it did not meet with Success.
Vaazha Vaitha Deivam (English: God who made us to live) is 1959 Tamil Romantic - Drama film was directed by M. A. Thirumugam and Produced by Sandow M. M. A. Chinnappa Thevar under his productions Thevar Films. The script were written by Aarur Doss. Music by K. V. Mahadevan asset to the soundtrack. It stars Gemini Ganesan, B. Sarojadevi played lead with T. S. Balaiah, V. K. Ramaswamy, S. V. Subbaiah, P. Kannamba and T. P. Muthulakshmi played pivotal role. The film was dubbed in Telugu as "Karmika Vijayam".
released by Dreambride Productions on 10 February 2006 and initially failed to attract audience due to a low-profile release, lacking publicity, becoming removed from almost all theatres within two weeks after its release. SUN Networks helped promote song Vaazha Meenu by repeated airing on its channels making the song a cult hit. In the mean time, the movie generating word of mouth publicity combined with excellent press reviews. Taking cue, Dreambridge initiated process to re-release in Chennai area first. The re-release witnessed tremendous opening which invoked interest of Aascar Ravichandran who distributed the film in rest of Tamil Nadu. The re-release of the film was well received by audience which resulted in stupendous hit.
The Gemini-Vikatan umbrella was one of the earliest media organisations that sought to be a professionally managed and the first instance of a vertically integrated organisation in Asia. Initially as joint managing director along with his father S. S. Vasan and later as managing director of the media empire, Balan brought soul and substance to the films made under the Gemini banner by writing, producing and then directing more than 30 films in six languages. The film he first worked on and scripted was the Hindi film "Grihasti" in 1955 starring Ashok Kumar. This was later remade in Tamil as "Motor Sundaram Pillai" starring Shivaji Ganesan along with an ensemble cast and was the directorial debut of Balan. Some of the films he made not only were highly successful and memorable, but they also went on to establish the careers of many new talents introduced into the film industry such as Amitabh Bachchan (his first starring role in the unsuccessful "Sanjog", 1970), Jayalalitha ("Motor Sundaram Pillai"), Ravichandran ("Motor Sundaram Pillai"), Rajesh Khanna ("Aurat"), Shivakumar ("Motor Sundaram Pillai") etc. to name a few. Leading the cause for industry status recognition in the country for films, Vasan and Balan resolved to say no to cash dealings in film/media production to bring in transparency at a time when it was unheard of half a century ago. When the studio system itself came under siege in the late 1960s, Mr Balan pioneered independent film financing and helped many emerging filmmakers establish themselves successfully outside the studios by providing guidance, production design and packages to assist them. He ran the media empire successfully while his father, S.S. Vasan who was nominated to the Rajya Sabha as a member of parliament from 1964 till his death in 1969 could focus on his parliamentary duties in Delhi. In the mid-1970s, the colossal failure of his magnum opus in four languages (Hindi, Tamil and Telugu) titled "Ellorum Nallavare" precipitated the shut down of the Gemini Studios. In the early 1980s with the decline of the studio system, Balan sought to focus on publishing and sold the film company and its assets while retaining Vasan Publications/"Ananda Vikatan". One of the last films directed by him was "Nishan" in Bengali starring Uttam Kumar in 1978. As producer, writer and director, films made by S. S. Balan include, "Grihasthi", "Gharana", "Aurat", "Motor Sundaram Pillai", "Olivilakku", "Teen Bahuraniyan", "Lakhon Mein Ek", "Sanjog", "Shatranj", "Siriththu Vaazha Vendum", "Nishaan", "Maadaivam" and "Ellorum Nallavare". He has directed and worked on films with many top actors in India across Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Bengali, including MGR, NTR, Shivaji Ganesan, Muthuraman, Raj Kumar, Rajendra Kumar, Prithviraj Kapoor, Mehmood, Amitabh Bacchan and Rajesh Khanna.