Synonyms for varusham or Related words with varusham

padhinaaru              vandha              koottam              gaanam              konjum              raavukal              theerpu              kaakkum              kaattu              kalyaanam              muppadhu              njaan              paravaigal              kunguma              veliye              thilakam              marikkumo              savaale              raasa              vendum              thavaru              neeyum              avalude              neeye              meendum              ellorum              marumagal              idanilangal              yenada              pennu              vizhigal              sahasam              velai              sabash              pennum              thambikku              iniyavale              samaali              poguthae              marupakkam              othiri              pennin              vazhga              adimaigal              kanninum              kaithappoo              ninaithen              nanbargal              magalukku              geetham             



Examples of "varusham"
Varusham Padhinaaru was the remake of Fazil's own Malayalam film, "Ennennum Kannettante" and was a huge hit in Tamil Nadu. Interestingly "Ennennum Kannettante" was a flop in Kerala.
Varusham Padhinaaru is a 1989 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Fazil, starring Karthik, Kushboo, Sukumari, V. K. Ramaswamy, Janagaraj and Vadivukkarasi.
Vaduvur (Vaduvoor) Veeravalli Sri Srinivasa Desikachariar Swami was born in Vaduvur, India on 4 November 1928 (Vibhava Varusham Aippasi Maasam Pushya Nakshatram), to Srimathi Kanakavalli and Sri Veeraraghavachariar.
The dialogue writer Gokula Krishnan made his directorial debut. He has already worked with Karthik in "Varusham Padhinaaru", "Gopura Vasalile" and "Ponnumani".
Varusham Padhinaaru has the story line, where family values gets conflicted due to unethical thoughts of some members, but the result was disastrous leaving a sad note to everyone.
Mogam Muppadhu Varusham (English: Thirty years of admiration) is a Tamil language film directed by SP. Muthuraman, starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role and Vijayakumar, Sumithra, Fatafat Jayalaxmi and Sripriya and in supporting roles. The film was based on a story published in magazine "Ananda Vikatan".
Cheenu Mohan began his career as an actor in the late 1980s, portraying small roles in "Varusham Padhinaaru" (1989) and Mani Ratnam's "Anjali" (1990) and "Thalapathi" (1991). After quitting his job in 2001, Cheenu Mohan then went on to portray the lead role in plays directed by Crazy Mohan and Maadhu Balaji. His involvement in theatre and his reluctance to move into television roles, meant that roles in the film industry had evaded him.
After the release of these two films, Viswanathan got numerous offers in Bengali, Tamil and English languages. He entered the Tamil film industry in the 1970s and acted in films such as "Lalitha", "Mogam Muppadhu Varusham" and "Moondru Mudichu", alongside prominent actors. Other Tamil films released during the period include "Kavari Maan" and Balu Mahendra's "Moodu Pani", where he was cast in a prominent role.
Poornam Viswanathan () (1921–2008) was a theatre artist and film actor in the Tamil film industry. He started performing on stage at age 18. He worked as a reader for All India Radio and went on to act in films such as "Chithram", "Varusham 16", "Thillu Mullu", "Keladi Kanmani", "Moondram Pirai", "Aasai", "Mahanadi" and "Varumaiyin Niram Sivappu". He had a son and two daughters. Viswanathan died on 1 October 2008.
Ennennum Kannettante () is 1986 Malayalam romance film written and directed by Fazil, starring newcomers Sangeeth and Sonia in the lead roles. The film won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Popular Film for the year 1986. Srividya won the Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actress also for this film. Despite all the critical acclaim, the film was a box office failure. Was remade in Tamil by the same director as Varusham Padhinaaru starring Karthick and Kushboo and was a huge hit at the Box-office.
Since the early 1990s Fazil has directed 31 movies. His freshman film was Malayalam filmdom with "Manjil Virinja Pookkal", produced by Navodaya Appachan which was also Mohanlal's first movie. Fazil has a knack for spotting talent. He introduced some of the biggest names in films in south India: Mohanlal in "Manjil Virinja Pookkal", Nadia Moidu in "Nokkethadhoorathu Kannum Nattu", Baby Shalini in "Ente Mamattikkuttiyammakku", and Kunchacko Boban, all had their first acting stints under Fazil's direction. Nagma was introduced to the south in Fazil's "Killer" (Telugu) while Khushboo started her southbound journey with his "Varusham 16". Fazil has been noted for his subtle style of directing and many of his films have been critically lauded.