Synonyms for virunnukari or Related words with virunnukari

iruvattam              thumbolarcha              bandhangal              iniyum              cheppu              swargathil              sookshikkuka              puthri              monagadu              kalikkalam              nyayavidhi              manasam              nimishangal              kathreena              pambaram              porutham              nirangal              kudumba              kannukal              snehamulla              vilikkunnu              nanmakal              theerpu              manathe              varavu              poocha              yaathra              mayilpeelikkavu              pillalu              illatha              arhatha              simhaasanam              paravaigal              snehicha              vachina              vazhga              pareeksha              manavatti              swapnangal              iddaru              kamaladalam              dweepu              sammanam              pennu              makalum              achanum              sukham              sambhavam              swanthamevide              pootha             



Examples of "virunnukari"
Virunnukari is a 1969 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by P. Venu . The film stars Prem Nazir, Madhu, Sheela and Jayabharathi in lead roles. The film had musical score by MS Baburaj.
P. Bhaskaran’s debut as a lyricist was for a Tamil film. He wrote the Malayalam lines for a multi-linguistic song in film "Apurva Sahodarangal" (1949). The first Malayalam film song for which he wrote lyrics was "Madhumadhuri..." for the film "Chandrika" (1950). He worked with director P. Venu in his films "Viruthan Shanku" (1968), "Virunnukari" (1969), and "Ariyapedatha Rahasiyam" (1981) and produced some evergreen songs.
Vidhubala acted in over 100 Malayalam films. Her first movie was "School Master", in which she acted as an eight-year-old girl. She made her debut as a lead actor in Virunnukari by P. Venu followed, by "Ponnkku Thanga Manasu" (1973), a Tamil film and received an award in the "Best Actress" category. In 1974, ten years after her first movie, she made her debut as the heroine opposite Prem Nazir in Hariharan's "College Girl". Vidhubala acted opposite many of the leading actors of her time, including Prem Nazir, Madhu, Vincent, Mohan, Jayan, Soman, and Kamal Haasan. She quit acting in 1981. Her last film was "Abhinayam", directed by Baby.
He made his debut in the world of Malayalam Cinema as a Director and Screenwriter with Udhyogastha in 1967. It was the first ever multi-starrer film made in the Malayalam film industry, starring Prem Nazir, Satyan, Madhu, K. P. Ummer, Sharada and Vijaya Nirmala, who were all super stars of that era. It was also the debut film for the child artist Shoba in Malayalam Cinema and was named as 'Baby Shoba' by Venu. He followed this super commercial success with family dramas Virunnukari and Veettu Mrugam both in 1969. His versatility was widely acclaimed when he directed the first full-length comedy in Malayalam Cinema Viruthan Shanku in 1968, starring the legendary comedian Adoor Bhasi. His works covered many themes and genres earning him much regard as one of the veteran Film Directors of South India. He revolutionized Malayalam movie-making in the investigative genre in 1971 with C.I.D. Nazir, followed by Taxi Car in 1972 and Prethangalude Thazhvara in 1973, which were the first ever investigative sequel made in the history of Malayalam Cinema. His collaboration with the then Superstar action hero Jayan, created the iconic action scene in the film Ariyappedatha Rahasyam in 1981. M.S. Baburaj (Baburaj), G. Devarajan, K.Raghavan, R. K. Shekhar, M. K. Arjunan and later with Raveendran and Johnson were some of the legendary music directors he worked with. Songs from his movies were extremely popular and has become evergreen hits in the Malayalam music world. Compositions like, Anuraga Ganam Pole (Udhyogastha), Ezhuthiyatharanu Sujatha (Udhyogastha), Ninmamiarayile (CID Nazir), Neela Nishidhini (C.I.D. Nazir), Malayala Bashathan (Prethangalude Thazhvazha) are memorable even today and some of the most listened-to songs from his movies. He worked with the leading Actors, Musicians, Cinematographers, Production houses over four decades debuting the careers of many of today’s leading film and entertainment personalities in the industry. His last film "Parinamam (The Change)" in 2003 for NFDC (National Film Development Corporation of India) won an honour for Malayalam Cinema winning the Best Screenplay Award at "Ashdod International Film Festival" in Israel. His creative works and love for Cinema urged him to publish a book "Udyogastha Muthal" in 2010 where he penned his life and experience as a filmmaker. In 2005 "Kerala Film Critics Association" bestowed him with the "Kala Prathiba ‘Icon of Creative Arts’' Award for his film-making, creativity and contributions to the Malayalam Cinema industry.