Synonyms for visheshangal or Related words with visheshangal

iniyum              puthri              nyayavidhi              kudumba              samayam              noottandu              vilikkunnu              ninakku              iruvattam              adimakal              kalikkalam              bhoomiyile              varavu              vandanam              poocha              sesham              vishayam              sandhyakku              kaathirunna              njaan              njangalude              arhatha              bandhangal              theeratha              njan              veendum              rasathanthram              makkalum              doctoranu              virunnukari              kannukal              kilukilukkam              kamaladalam              sandarbham              aanveedu              nanmakal              snehapoorvam              kshamichu              sookshikkuka              illatha              paranju              pareeksha              sphodanam              manathe              ithile              sradhakku              chathurangam              raavukal              rajavu              manavatti             



Examples of "visheshangal"
Paranju Theeratha Visheshangal is a Malayalam language film. It was released in 2007.
He is the producer of Malayalam television-programmes "Samayam, Acharya" (a documentary about Wagamon), Maluvinte Lokam, Chithirapurathe Visheshangal, and Kerala Vishesham which were produced for Doordarshan. He also directed the documentary Krishnagatha.
Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal (Malayalam: പെരുവണ്ണാപുരത്തെ വിശേഷങ്ങള്‍) is a 1989 Malayalam film directed by Kamal and written by Ranjith. The film starred Jayaram and Parvathi. Mohanlal makes a cameo role.This film was a family super hit .
In his career spanning over Two decades, he has scripted several commercially successful films including "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal" (1989), "Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam" (1990), "Georgootty C/O Georgootty" (1991), "Devaasuram" (1993), "Rajaputhran" (1996), "Aaraam Thampuran" (1997), "Summer in Bethlehem" (1998), "Valliettan" (2000), "Narasimham" (2000) and "Raavanaprabhu" (2001).
Parvathy was a popular actress in Malayalam film industry between 1986 and 1993. Her first film was directed by Lenin Rajendran but was shelved and never released. She was introduced to the industry by actor-director Balachandra Menon through "Vivahithare Ithile" in 1986. Her notable works include "Amrutham Gamaya", "Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam", "Thoovanathumbikal" (1987), "Ponmuttayidunna Tharavu" (1989), "Vadakkunokkiyantram", "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal", and "Kireedam" (1989).
James Chacko (ജെയിംസ്) was an Indian film actor who starred in more than 150 Malayalam language films. He was active for over three decades. He joined the industry as an art and production manager and later was the manager for actor Nedumudi Venu. He played important roles in "New Delhi", "Meesa Madhavan", "Pathram", "Oru Maravathoor Kanavu" and "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal".
He support acted with Mammootty in Joshi's "Dhruvam" (1993). Other films with Gopi include Viji Thampi's "Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam" (1990), "Thooval Sparsam" (1990), Jayaraj's Paithrukam (1993), and Sibi Malayil's "Summer in Bethlehem" (1998). He co-starred with Mohanlal in Bharath Gopi's "Ulsavapittennu", "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal" (1989) and Priyadarshan's "Advaitham" (1991).
Kaloor Dennis is an Indian film scriptwriter and novelist in Malayalam movies. He started his career with "Anubhavangale Nandi" in 1979. He worked for more than 100 Malayalam movies with the areas of his contribution including script, story and dialogue. Popular movies scripted by him are "Paithrikam", "Oru Kudakkeezhil", "New Year", "Sandharbham" and "Paranju Theeratha Visheshangal", "January Oru Ormma" , "Thooval Sparsham" and "Gajakesariyogam". His son "Dinu Dennis" had acted in films "Ottananayam" (2005) and "Enntum" (2006).
It was a turning point in his life. He then acted in more than 100 films including one Hindi film (Meena Bazar). Some of his majors hits include "Idavela, Auto Brothers, Pranayanilavu, AakashaGanga, Mayajalam, Gazal, Kulapathi, Ayushkalam, Thalasthanam, Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo, Kasargode Kather Bayi, Ottayal Pattalam, Agnisalabhangal, Ganamela, News, Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu, Puli Varunne Puli, Ayanam,NeramPularumbol,Pachakkuthira,Udayoan,Naran, Lion,Hitler,Cabinet,Keerthanam, Oru Kadamkatha Pole ,Samagamam, Gloria Fernandez from USA, Good Boys, Mimics — Super 1000, Ishtamanu Nooruvattom, Mookillaa Rajyathu, Priyankari, KL7 – 95 – Ernakulam North, Mazhavil Koodaram, Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Samudhayam, Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu, Chronic Bachelor, Pattalam, Mazanagudiyil Mannadiyar Speaking".
He is noted for playing in Kamal's films during the late 1980s and early 1990s, in films such as "Pradeshika Varthakal" (1989), "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal" (1989), and "Shubha Yathra" (1990) (all of them scripted by Ranjith), where he co-starred with his wife Parvathy. He later did a film scripted by Ranjith with the story by Jagathy Sreekumar and directed by Viji Thampi named "Witness" (1988). He teamed up with Viji Thampi and Ranjith in "Nanma Niranjavan Srinivasan" (1990) where he played a police constable who is in search of a criminal played by Mukesh. During the early 90s he acted in Bharathan's "Keli" (1991) and "Malootty" (1992).
During the late eighties, Ranjith tried his hand at skits and television serials for Doordarshan. In 1987 he made his debut as a writer in "Oru Maymasa Pulariyil" directed by V.R Gopinath. In the year 1988, Ranjith made his formal entry into the film world by writing the story for "Orkkapurathu", a fun-adventure film directed by Kamal with Mohanlal in the lead. The immediate success of "Orkkapurathu" brought Ranjith several chances to work in films. In the late eighties and early nineties, Ranjith wrote scripts for several small budget films mainly for Kamal, including "Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal" (1989), "Pradeshika Varthakal" (1989), and "Pookkalam Varavayi" (1991). Another director with whom Ranjith joined hands in those days was Viji Thampi. This team brought out "Witness" (1988), "Nanma Niranjavan Sreenivasan" (1990), "Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam" (1989), and "Kaalalpada" (1990), all with Jayaram in the lead role. In the year 1992, he wrote "Neelagiri" for I. V. Sasi, which was not very successful at the box office. This was followed "Johnnie Walker", directed by Jayaraj, was an average at Box office.
He came to prominence through his collaboration with Malayalam author and director Padmarajan. "Koodevide" was their first venture, which had one of the most famous songs of Johnson "Aadivaa Kaatte", a pathbreaking song in Malayalam music history. It was one of the first songs in Malayalam to so many western classical elements. The song was born out of Padmarajan's need for a western song for his innovative film. Song composition took place in Woodland's Hotel, Chennai. Another notable feature of this song was the lyrics by O. N. V. Kurup, who for the first time wrote lyrics for a pre-composed song. Johnson worked for 17 films with Padmarajan, including his last film "Njan Gandharvan". This productive collaboration saw the detailed screenplay and cinematography of Padmarajan become a fertile ground for expressive musical narration and thematic scores for Johnson. This is seen in some of the greatest motion pictures of Malayalam cinema, like "Nombarathipoovu" (1987). Another notable collaboration of Johnson was with director Sathyan Anthikkad, with whom he associated in almost 25 films. He was able to provide some of his most popular songs with Anthikkad and this combo is widely accepted to be one of the greatest director-composer collaborations in Malayalam cinema. Acclaimed Malayalam director Bharathan also collaborated with him in multiple films including "Parvathy, Palangal, Ormakkayi, Kattathe Kilikkoodu, Ente Upasana, Oru Minnaminunginte Nurunguvettam, Ozhivukalam, Malootty, Chamayam" and "Churam". His major other collaborations with directors include Mohan ("Oru Katha Oru Nunakkatha, Sakshyam, Pakshe" and "Angane Oru Avadhikkalathu"), Sibi Malayil ("Kireedam, Chenkol, Dasaratham" and "Nee Varuvolam"), Sreenivasan ("Vadakkunokkiyantram" and "Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala"), Lohithadas ("Bhoothakkannadi", Kamal ("Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Shubhayathra, Ee Puzhayum Kadannu" and "Paavam Paavam Rajakumaran"), and Balachandra Menon ("Shesham Kazhchayil, Premageethangal, Kilukilukkam", "Kelkatha Shabdam" and "Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu").