Synonyms for vendum or Related words with vendum

thedi              ennai              thaai              neeye              geetham              ninne              ponnu              kaattu              raasa              kavithai              meendum              gaanam              vandha              paravaigal              njan              neenu              unnai              idhaya              ninnu              thottu              sivappu              manasu              iniyum              kondu              mounam              nenjam              konjum              vaazha              swapnam              paravai              pudhu              mazha              entha              ulagam              kalyaanam              ezhai              mazhai              varai              velai              vayasu              iddaru              paadum              neeyum              njaan              ullam              samsaram              thanga              idhu              bandham              kanasu             

Examples of "vendum"
"Etula Brotuvo teliya" and "Sugunamule" by Thyagaraja, "Kānakkankoti vendum" by Koteeswara Iyer are also sung in concerts.
K.Balachander introduced him to the Tamil screen with his film "Manathil Uruthi Vendum" (with Suhasini). He later acted in several Tamil films including Poo Pootta Nandavanam (with Sarita), Maha Maayi (with Shobhana).
Manithaneya Makkal Katchi agenda of offering ‘alternative politics in Tamil Nadu’ – a term coined by . Since its inception, MMK’s sole motto has been ‘Nallavargal arasiyalukku vara vendum’ (Good people should enter politics).
Manathil Uruthi Vendum (English: Need Brave Heart) is a 1987 Indian Tamil language Drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Suhasini, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Ramesh Aravind, Sridhar, Vivek, Lalitha Kumari and Yamuna.
Sirithu Vazha Vendum (), is a 1974 Indian Tamil directed by S. S. Balan, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role and Latha, M. N. Nambiar among others. The movie is a remake of 1973 movie "Zanjeer".
The music was composed by G. Govindarajulu Naidu. All the lyrics were by Ku. Sa. Krishnamurthy except the song "Kaani Nilam Vendum Paraasakthi" is by Mahakavi Bharathiyar. Playback singers are C. S. Jayaraman, Ghantasala, J. P. Chandrababu, M. L. Vasanthakumari, T. V. Rathinam, P. Leela, A. P. Komala and A. G. Rathnamala.
S. A. Rajkumar composed the film's background score and music for its soundtrack. The track "Ennai Thalatta" from the Tamil version was reused as "Kanninalli". The track "Ee Preethi" was reused from composer's own Tamil track "Pirivondrai" from "Piriyadha Varam Vendum" (2001). The album consists of eight tracks.
"Niram" was a commercial success, and brought back in a genre of college campus based films in Malayalam cinema. The film was remade in Telugu as "Nuvve Kavali" starring Tarun and Richa Pallod, in Tamil as "Piriyadha Varam Vendum" starring Prashanth and Shalini, in Kannada as "Ninagagi" with Vijay Raghavendra and in Hindi as "Tujhe Meri Kasam" starring Ritesh Deshmukh and Genelia D'souza.
Piriyadha Varam Vendum is a 2001 Tamil language film written and directed by Kamal, which was a remake of his 1999 Malayalam film "Niram". The movie stars Prashanth and Shalini in the lead roles, while an ensemble cast featuring Manivannan and Janagaraj among others play supporting roles. Featuring music by S. A. Rajkumar, the film opened to positive reviews in February 2001.
Prashanth appeared in "Good Luck", "Appu", and "Parthen Rasithen". He began the project "Piriyadha Varam Vendum" directed by Kamal which had a delayed release. He followed this with "Chocolate" and "Majunu". He appeared in director "Hari" 's debut film "Thamizh". Susi Ganeshan' s "Virumbugiren" also had a delayed release. Sundar C' s "Winner" and the films "Jai", "Shock" and "Aayudham", "London" followed.
Ramesh is also known for his collaboration with the director K. Balachander, who introduced him in the 1986 Kannada film "Sundara Swapnagalu" and further went on to work in films such as "Manathil Uruthi Vendum" (his Tamil debut), "Duet" and "Rudraveena" (his Telugu debut).
Retitled as "Piriyadha Varam Vendum", the film continued shoot in late 2000 with sequences including a song being filmed in Kochi with Mink Brar making a guest appearance. Owing to the earlier date problems, the team had shot the song "Vasco Da Gama" with guest dancer Raghava Lawrence but Prashanth was not pleased about the sudden change of cast in the song and requested to re-shoot it at his own cost. The song was financed by Murali Manohar while Prashanth's father Thiagarajan supervised the production of the song, which was guest directed by R. Madhesh and shot by Priyan, who had all volunteered.
Gowri Chandrasekhara Pillai (born Jomol) was born to K. A.John in Koodathayi near Thiruvambady in Kozhikode district. Her father was an entrepreneur and her mother Molly was a nurse in Saudi Arabia. She is an Indian actress who appeared in Malayalam films. She has had major roles in films like "Niram", "Piriyadha Varam Vendum" and "Deepasthambham Mahascharyam".In 1997, she won the Kerala State Film Award for best actress for her role in "Ennu Swantham Janakikutty" and also a special jury mention from the National Film Awards.
Lalitha Kumari is an Indian film actress who is the daughter of Tamil actor C.L Anandan, who starred in many films, such as "Vijayapuri Veeran" and "Kaattumallika" and the younger sister of Disco Shanthi. She has starred in many movies in the early nineties with the likes of Goundamani, Senthil and other senior actors. She has also played major roles in films like ‘Manadhil Urudhi Vendum’, ‘Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal’, ‘Pulan Visaranai’ and ‘Sigaram’. Lalitha Kumari has performed in more than 30 films and has made her mark in Tamil industry.
Naveena Sarangadhara is a 1936 Tamil film directed by K. Subramaniam under Murugan Talkies. "Naveena" in Tamil means modern. The movie was titled thus in order to distinguish itself from the earlier versions and also in order to highlight the slight modifications made to the original story. The cast are M. K. Thyagaraja Bhagavathar and S. D. Subbulakshmi in the lead roles supported by S. S. Mani Bhagavathar, G. Pattu Iyer and Indubala. Papanasam Sivan had written the lyrics and composed music for M. K. Thyagaraja Bhagavathar songs such as "sivaperuman krupai vENdum", "gnana kumarai nadana singari" and "abaraatham seithaRiyEn" had a successful run wherever the movie was screened.
Bharathi's first claim to fame, were her supporting roles in the 1966 film "Nadodi" starring M. G. Ramachandran and Saroja Devi, where she played the elder sister to Saroja Devi and then her role in "Chandhrodhayam" as the supporting actress to Jayalalithaa. The song "Ulagum Engum Orey Mozhi" picturised on her with M.G.Ramachandran established her as a star and "Nadodi" is the only film where she was cast as M.G.R's heroine. She then received offers as the lead heroine in Tamil films which became hits like "Deiva Cheyal" and "Namma Veetu Lakshmi" both with Muthuraman, "Poovum Pottum" with AVM Rajan, "Avalukendru Oru Manam" opposite Gemini Ganeshan. "Thanga Thambi", "Valibha Virundhu", "Enga Papa", "Nimardhu Nil", "Meendum Vazhven", "Nee Vazha Vendum", - all six opposite Ravichandran, "Naan Yaar Theriyuma", "Unakkum Enakkum", "Naangu Killadigal", "Ponvandu" and "Nil Kavani Kadhali" - all five opposite Jaishankar, Uyirandhan Manidhan with Sivakumar and "Thanga Surangam" with Shivaji Ganeshan. She again acted with MGR-Jayalalitha in "Annamitta Kai" in 1972. Her last Tamil film as leading heroine was "Nee Vazha Vendum" in 1977.
During his stint at engineering college, Ramesh Aravind worked as an emcee to award functions, notably being the host of an event celebrating the success of the film, "Sagara Sangamam" (1983), where he met his long-term collaborator Kamal Haasan for the first time. He then started of by hosting a show on Kannada television, before beginning work on a Kannada language film titled "Mouna Geethe" where he portrayed a supporting role. Prior to the release of the film, he was approached by director K. Balachander who had been looking for an actor to play Kamal Haasan's role, for a Kannada version of the Tamil film "Sollathaan Ninaikkiren" (1973). After a brief audition, Balachander selected Ramesh Aravind after being "impressed with his eyes" and cast him as the playboy character in the venture titled "Sundara Swapnagalu" (1986), which released shortly before "Mouna Geethe" in which he had acted first. Balachander then gave him a small role in "Punnagai Mannan" (1986) as Revathi's ex-lover, but his scenes were ultimately edited out of the final version. He was set to collaborate with the director again in the Tamil film "Manathil Uruthi Vendum" (1987), but Balachander later recommended to Ramesh Aravind to opt out of the film and work on a venture with K. Bhagyaraj instead, to mark his debut in a leading role. The proposed film was later shelved, and the actor returned to the cast of "Manathil Uruthi Vendum", winning critical acclaim for his performance. Balachander also introduced Ramesh Aravind into Telugu films through "Rudraveena", with the actor having a distinct trait of being introduced into three different film industries by the same director.
Shalini Ajith Kumar, also known simply as Shalini, is an Indian film actress who debuted, at the age of 3, as a child artist in the Malayalam film "Ente Mamattikkuttiyammakku" which was produced by Navodaya Studio. In Telugu film Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari (1990) she acted along with her sister Shamili as an orphan child taken care by Megastar Chiranjeevi. She continued to appear in many films as a child actor, credited as Baby Shalini. After a break of several years, she returned to the industry by appearing in her first lead role in "Aniyathi Pravu" which went on to become a blockbuster. She later appeared in highly successful films in Malayalam and Tamil such as "Kadhalukku Mariyadhai" (1997), "Niram" (1999), "Amarkalam" (1999) and "Alaipayuthey" (2000), "Piriyadha Varam Vendum" (2001). Shalini is married to Tamil film actor Ajith Kumar.
The song "Anubhavam Pudhumai" samples a 1940 Spanish song titled "Bésame Mucho". Philips, an autodidact guitarist, played the guitar for "Anubhavam Pudhumai" and "Malarendra Mugamondru". The original soundtrack edition omits the songs "Maadimele" and "Kadhalikka Neramillai", which are included on the track list of; the website omits the song "Viswanathan Velai Vendum" which was included on the original soundtrack edition. Viswanathan and his wife were spending a vacation in Yercaud for a week, when Kannadasan, Gopu and Sridhar were waiting for him to begin composing the songs. The day when Viswanathan returned and arrived at Chithralaya office, Kannadasan said, "Ennappa..Viswanathaa...Velai kodu.." (). Sridhar then said that should be the beginning of the song and decided to give Balaiah's character the name Viswanathan.
Rajasulochana was initially cast as the female lead, but opted out due to her pregnancy, and was eventually replaced by Telugu actress Sriranjani, Jr. Pandari Bai was also added to the film, after Meiyappan was impressed with her performance in "Raja Vikrama" (1950). Poet Kannadasan declined to work as one of the film's lyricists, and instead acted in a minor role as a court judge, as he was "determined to take part in the "Parasakthi" movie". A portrait of lawyer P. Theagaraya Chetty was used to portray the father-in-law of S. V. Sahasranamam's character Chandrasekaran. The cinematography was handled by S. Maruti Rao, while the songs were choreographed by Heeralal. The film's climax song "Ellorum Vazha Vendum" featured stock footage of the political leaders C. Rajagopalachari, Periyar E. V. Ramasamy, Bhakthavatchalam, Annadurai, and Karunanidhi. Although Ganesan began working on the film in mid-1950, it took over two years to complete.