Synonyms for vishayam or Related words with vishayam

njaan              iniyum              poocha              swapnangal              bhoomiyile              theerpu              nanmakal              raavukal              puthri              vilakkum              idanilangal              varavu              nyayavidhi              veettile              noottandu              marikkumo              visheshangal              sookshikkuka              veendum              bhaarya              kudumba              ormakal              snehamulla              arhatha              changathi              theeratha              rajavu              orikkal              iruvattam              vanadevatha              raajaavu              chintha              vandha              thathamme              sandarbham              bandhangal              pennu              kizhakkum              pahayan              mattoru              mookkuthi              cheppu              nimishangal              pareeksha              kannukal              munpe              kamaladalam              kalikkalam              swantham              pambaram             

Examples of "vishayam"
Oru Vivaada Vishayam is a 1988 Indian Malayalam film, directed by PG Vishwambharan. The film stars Lissy, Devan, Sukumari and Innocent in lead roles.
Nagarathil Samsara Vishayam (Malayalam: നഗരത്തില്‍ സംസാര വിഷയം, English: "The Talk of the Town") is a 1991 Malayalam comedy-thriller film written by Kaloor Dennis, directed by Prashanth, and starring Jagadish and Siddique.
The Comedy song "Vinara Suramma Kooturu Moguda Vishayam Chebutanu" featured on the duo in the film "Illu Illalu" went on to become the highlight of the entire film and heard everywhere.
Kuberan is an Indian film actor of Kollywood who has done major roles in films "Aravaan", "Moodar Koodam" and "Vishayam Veliye Theriya Koodadhu". He is a member from Koothu-P-Pattarai, Chennai, a prominent Tamil theatre group that has organised plays for 31 years.
Innathe Chintha Vishayam is a 2008 Malayalam film directed by Satyan Anthikad. It stars Mohanlal and Meera Jasmine in the lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack is composed by Ilayaraja. The film is based on the current scenario of increased divorces in modern-day Kerala middle class society.
Hebbar is also a freelance writer with a number of short stories and poems to his credit. He acts in Malayalam films and serials. Rajesh has won the Kerala state critics award for second best actor in television in 2007, the Asiavision Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2011, the Kerala State Television Award for second best actor for his work in the telefilm "Tik Tik" and the Asianet award for best actor in a negative role in 2012 for his role in the serial "Ammakili".He is well known for his roles in serials like Orma,Ammakili,Unniyarchaand Sundari.His notable roles in movies include "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" and "Manassinakkare".
Post-2000s, Mukesh went into another shift of his career. He started doing more character roles. Some of them being "Chronic Bachelor" (2003), "Sethurama Iyer CBI" (2004), "Udayananu Tharam" (2005), "Rasathanthram" (2006), "Vinodayathra" (2007), "Naalu Pennungal" (2007), and "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" (2008). In 2007, Mukesh turned to production as well. He formed Lumiere Film Company along with Sreenivasan. Their first venture "Katha Parayumpol" (2007) was a commercial success. Their second film "Thattathin Marayathu" (2012) was a huge success as well. In 2009, he made a massive comeback through "To Harihar Nagar" in his evergreen role Mahadevan and it is the highest-grossing film in his career till date. This comeback lead to many other commercial and critical successes such as "In Ghost House Inn" (2010), "Mummy & Me" (2010), "Oru Marubhoomikkadha" (2011), "Sound Thoma" (2013), "English" (2013), "Lucky Star" (2013), "Adi Kapyare Kootamani" (2015), and "Two Countries" (2015). In 2014, he won the Kerala Film Critics Award for his performance in "English".
Dushyanth Sridhar is a public speaker and writer in English and Tamil on ancient Indian Hindu religious texts like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Purana, Vishnu Sahasranama, Bhagavad Gita, Divya Prabandha. He has learnt scriptures like "Sri Bhashyam, Gita Bhashyam, Rahasya-traya Saram" and "Bhagavad Vishayam" under revered preceptors. He has delivered over 2500 live discourses in 12 countries (Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Nepal, China, UAE, Kenya, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and United States). He is well-known in most households through his discourses in Star Vijay, Jaya TV, DD Podhigai, Polimer TV, Sri Sankara TV, Puthuyugam TV and SVBC TV television channels. He has a wide spectrum of audience following on Youtube with over three million views and content that runs for 1000 hours. He organizes religious tours to ancient Vishnu temples in association with a leading travel agent who together have taken 600 people to 170 temples spanning 10 states and three countries in a three-year period covering a distance of 10,000 miles.'Ramayana in Lanka', 'Muktinath & Badrinath', 'Nava Dwaraka' have become their hallmark tours.
In 1973, Sathyan debuted as an assistant director to Dr. Balakrishnan in Rekha Cine Arts. He was the Associate Director Of director P. Chandrakumar for more than twenty films till 1982.He also assisted director Jeassy in few films. Sathyan kickstarted his film direction with "Kurukkante Kalyanam" in 1982. The legend has it that he started shooting his first film in 1981, named Chamayam. Due to some unfortunate series of events this movie was never completed. He teamed up with Sreenivasan and made some of the most memorable films in Malayalam film history, with Sreenivasan as the screenwriter. "Thalayanamanthram", "Nadodikkattu" and "Sandesam" are some of the films born from this team, covering socially relevant matters with a comic touch. Sathyan made two novels into films: "Appunni" starring Mohanlal (a film adaptation of V. K. N.'s novel) and "Irattakkuttikalude Achan" starring Jayaram and Manju Warrier (an adaptation of C. V. Balakrishnan's novel). Of late, he has ventured into screenwriting and made films like "Rasathanthram", "Vinodayathra", "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" and "Bhagyadevatha", with credits of story, dialogues and screenplay.
In the film "Achuvinte Amma" (2005), she enacted the young, adorable character Achu. She then paired with Mohanlal in "Rasathanthram" (2006). She played as a girl pretending to be a boy in the first half of the film. The film went on to become a commercial success. Her next film with Dileep – "Vinodayathra", which again was directed by Sathyan Anthikkad. She was next featured opposite Mammootty in the critically acclaimed film "Ore Kadal". The film was showcased in film festivals and won awards. Her performance as an innocent middle class woman won praise from audiences. Media quoted her as, "Matching step with the megastar in this histrionic race is Meera Jasmine, who amazes you with a stunning delineation of her difficult role" . Her next film was "Calcutta News" with Dileep. Blessy, who introduced her to film field, was the director of "Calcutta News". In "Innathe Chintha Vishayam" (2008), she collaborated with Sathyan Anthikkad for his fourth consecutive film, again opposite Mohanlal, but failed to succeed. Her next films "Minnaminnikoottam" with Kamal and "Rathri Mazha" with Lenin Rajendran, which released after a long post-production delay, were box office failures.