Synonyms for vilkkanundu or Related words with vilkkanundu

iniyum              adimakal              swapnangal              varavu              kaathirunna              akalangalil              ninakku              thumbolarcha              thanne              tharattu              pennu              kutumbam              enikku              rajavu              virunnukari              sphodanam              kodalu              rahasyam              anandha              aromalunni              iddaru              namukku              kannukal              kannappanunni              kapuram              iruvattam              punarjanmam              vilakkum              snehapoorvam              ponmuttayidunna              karyam              nanmakal              pakshe              mizhi              poocha              ulladakkam              mangalya              visheshangal              bandhangal              kamaladalam              sukham              kalikkalam              kudumba              nirnayam              nirangal              manathe              devanarayanan              tharavu              thulabharam              kilukilukkam             



Examples of "vilkkanundu"
Vilkkanundu Swapnangal () is a 1980 Malayalam dramatic film directed by Azad, written by M.T. Vasudevan Nair and starring Sukumaran. The film features Mammootty, in a small role. Mammootty's voice was dubbed by Sreenivasan.
Mammootty's debut was in the 1971 film "Anubhavangal Paalichakal" directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan. His second film was "Kaalachakram", a 1973 Malayalam film directed by K. Narayanan. In 1979, he played his first lead role in "Devalokam", directed by M. T. Vasudevan Nair. However, this film was never completed. His first release was the 1980 film, "Vilkkanundu Swapnangal", directed by Azad, written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair.
He acted as the villain in "Karimbana" and "Itha Oru Manushyan". He did double roles in "Kottaram Vilkkanundu"," Bhadradeepam" and "Lankadahanam". He got his first Kerala State Film Award for best actor in 1974 for "Chattakkari". He first acted as hero in John Abraham's "Cheriyachante Kroorakrithyangal" (1978) and got the Kerala State Film Award for best actor in 1979. Later in 1984, he won the Kerala State Film Award for best actor for his performance in "April 18" (1983). A memorial to Adoor Bhasi is being built by the District Panchayat of Pathanamthitta, the foundation stone for which was laid on 12 June 2009.
disintegration of human values and relationship which creates identity crisis, sense of loss, dehumanisation, alienation from one's own surroundings etc. have been presented in its depth by MT more than any other writers. The best examples are "Kanyakumari", "Varikkuzhi", "Vilkkanundu Swapnangal", "Edavazhiyile Poocha Mindappoocha", "Akshrangal", "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Aaroodam" etc. A salient aspect of MT's screenplays is the effective presentation of the ecological or geographical factors and elements making use of the visual possibilities of their portrayal. Another unique feature is the language employed in them. Some of his screenplays are known for giving new interpretations to historical characters and historical stories. For instance, he gives the legends woven around the popular story of Perumthachan a new interpretation in his screenplay, based on his own assessment of Perumthachan's character. According to the folklore Vadakkanpattu (Northern Ballads), Chandu is said to have betrayed his cousin because he was jealous of Aaromal's popularity and abilities. But MT's "Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha" presents an alternative version of the same legend, as it presents the incident from Chandu's perspective, suggesting that grave injustice has been done to Chandu by wrongly accusing him of replacing the rivets.