Synonyms for yaanai or Related words with yaanai

pattathu              kizhakku              kattalai              geetham              ulagam              paravai              puthu              koottam              raasa              njaan              thaai              vendum              ponnu              mazhai              ninne              meendum              poovum              thedi              paattu              devudu              raktha              naane              kaattu              neeku              kadha              pudhu              kavalai              neeyum              varai              ithu              ennai              manithan              paravaigal              ezhai              mogudu              hrudaya              chesina              iniyum              nooru              koduku              mounam              paarvai              anuraga              bhale              kaatru              naanu              kunguma              arputha              naaku              bhaktha             



Examples of "yaanai"
Aishwarya Arjun is an Indian film actress. She made her film debut in the Tamil film "Pattathu Yaanai" in 2013.
"Pattathu Yaanai" opened to mixed reviews from critics. S Saraswathi of "Rediff" said, "Pattathu Yaanai is a disappointing half-hearted effort by both Pandian and Krishna. The film has a poorly written script and has neither the music nor the performances to carry it through. Only the comic elements in the film and Santhanam make it watchable."
His novels are Pattathu Yaanai, Kutraparambarai (initially known as Kootanchoru) and Kuruthi Aattam. His short stories are compiled and released as Vela Ramamoorthy Kathaikal (வேலராமமூர்த்தி கதைகள்)
In Kikuyu: "muratina"; Swahili: "mbungati", "mwegea", "mnyegea", "mvongonya"; Hindi "balam kheera", "hathi bailan"; Luo "yago"; Malayalam "shiva kundalam"; Tamil "yaanai pudukan"; and Yoruba "pandoro".
Following the disappointing response to "Thodari", Prabhu Solomon chose to continue scripting the sequel to "Kumki" and registered the title "Yaanai" for a production for Eros International.
In 2013, Prakash Kumar launched his own production house under the name "GV Prakash Kumar Productions". His first film, "Madha Yaanai Koottam" was directed by Vikram Sugumaran a former assistant of Balu Mahendra.
Kathir is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil language films. He made his breakthrough playing the lead role in "Madha Yaanai Koottam" (2013), before gaining critical acclaim for his performance in "Kirumi" (2015).
"Indiaglitz.com" said, "Pattathu Yaanai' is the same old wine. If you have to consider the exclusion of Chennai city in the story, casting the heroine as a high school girl, instead of a college student and villain gang with a light sense of humour, then it is old wine in new bottle."
Aana Valarthiya Vanampadiyude Makan is a 1971 Indian Malayalam and Tamil film, directed and produced by P. SubramaniamThe film stars Gemini Ganesan, Rajasree, K. V. Shanthi and Vijayanirmala in lead roles. The film had musical score by KV Mahadevan. The film released in Tamil as Yaanai Valartha Vaanampadi Magan.
In 2012 she was seen in Pandiraj's "Marina", and Sundar C's "Kalakalappu". Her next release was "Sillunu Oru Sandhippu", opposite Vimal. She also appeared in "Moodar Koodam", "Madha Yaanai Koottam" and "Pulivaal". In 2014, she signed her first Bollywood project "Jaat", besides a Tamil film, "Seeni".
Madha Yaanai Koottam () is a 2013 Indian Tamil family drama-thriller film written and directed by Vikram Sugumaran who was a former assistant of Balu Mahendra and dialogue writer of "Aadukalam". The film produced by G. V. Prakash Kumar features newcomer Kathir and Oviya in the lead roles. The film's soundtrack and background score were composed by N. R. Raghunanthan.
Music composed by C. N. Pandurangan and lyrics written by Yaanai Vaithyanathaiyar, Pavalar Velayudhasamy, Kovi Manisekaran, Mugavai Rajamanickam, Ku. Ma. Balasubramaniam, Ku. Sa. Krishnamoorthy, Villiputhan, Puratchidasan and P. K. Atkondan. Playback singers are A. M. Rajah, Seerkazhi Govindarajan, Thiruchi Loganathan, S. C. Krishnan, S. V. Ponnusamy, (Radha) Jayalakshmi, P. Suseela, Jikki, A. G. Rathnamala, K. Rani & S. Janaki.
Rediff wrote "Vikram Sukumaran’s "Madha Yaanai Koottam" reveals in great detail the rites and rituals followed after death and how pride, anger and vengeance can only lead to senseless violence and death". International Business Times wrote "Commendable Effort by Director Vikram Sugumaran", while Sify wrote, "Vikram Sugumaran has made a decent first film. He is a good writer." Behindwoods wrote, " MYK has tense and gripping sequences. Vikram Sugumaran’s debut isn’t a bad watch". Indiaglitz wrote, ""Madha Yaanai Koottam" is a heavy story, with intermediate dark comedy relief on a different genre of entertainment; the film, on the whole, is commendable." "The Hindu" wrote, "The film is hopelessly dark". The movie has received good rating from the viewers on the opening week.
"in.com" said, "Pattathu Yaanai is boring! Boopathy Pandian has come up with decade old story again and has stick with the formula of songs, action, sentiment and comedy. The problem is the weak script and lack of strength to integrate all these commercial elements in screenplay properly. He is good at mixing humour at most unexpected circumstances and that’s the only thing that worked to some extent in this film with the help of Santhanam.".
Kalaiyarasan, a graduate in Computer Applications from SRM University, initially began work as an actor with Parthy Bhaskar's "Arjunan Kadhali" in 2008, but the film remains unreleased. He then worked with director Myshkin on two ventures, "Nandalala" (2010) and "Mugamoodi" (2012), and credits the film maker as his mentor. He also played small roles in Ranjith's directorial debut "Attakathi" (2012), playing the suitor to the heroine, as well as in Vikram Sugumaran's "Madha Yaanai Koottam" (2013).
Comparing the music with those of Rahman's in Shankar's previous films, Krishnakumar of Rediff.com said, "Jayaraj doesn't disappoint, but while ARR wafted and lingered, Jayaraj explodes and fizzles away. Kumaari and Iyengar veetu azhage try to seep into your head and Randakka tempts you to tap your feet. But only momentarily. [...] you won't recollect them once the songs are over." The music was received well by the audience and the tracks "Kadhal Yaanai" and "Kannum Kannum" topped the charts.
Pattathu Yaanai (English: "Royal Elephant") is a 2013 Tamil action film written and directed by Boopathy Pandian and produced by Michael Rayappan. The film features Vishal Krishna and Aishwarya Arjun in the lead roles with Santhanam playing a supporting role. Music was composed by Thaman, and the film released on July 26, 2013 alongside its Telugu dubbed version "Dheerudu". The film opened to mixed reviews, and became an average grosser at the box office. The Telugu dubbed version, "Dheerudu", was released on March 14, 2014.
In December 2004, a ten-day shoot was held in Mumbai for the item number "Kadhal Yaanai" featuring Vikram alongside a top model, whose identity was initially undisclosed to generate curiosity. It was later revealed to be Czech-based model Yana Gupta. Filmed by Ravi Varman and choreographed by Ahmed Khan, the song was filmed like a fashion show where Vikram and Yana Gupta wear fashionable clothes and sashay along a ramp. The song was filmed in a set erected in a studio to resemble a famous night-spot in London.
Raghunanthan's debuted as a music director in 2010 with "Thenmerku Paruvakaatru" directed by Seenu Ramasamy which met with critical acclaim and went on to win three National Film Awards at the 58th National Film Awards. His second film was "Krishnaveni Panjaalai" (2012). Meanwhile he had also composed SR Prabhakaran's "Sundarapandiyan" and Seenu Ramasamy's "Neerparavai" in the same year, while the former was a commercial success, the latter was critically well received. He also worked for music director G. V. Prakash Kumar's debutant productional movie "Madha Yaanai Koottam".
"Behindwoods" said, "Vishal has sincerely delivered what is expected from him. If you were to expect Vishal to showcase his six pack abs, you would be disappointed but the twist in the tale comes from the villain who removes his shirt to flaunt his chiseled torso. Action scenes though well choreographed, offers nothing new." and added "Aishwarya Arjun looks emaciated but fits into her docile role. Pattathu Yaanai is an apt vehicle for the debutante and there is not much for her to demonstrate in the department of histrionics."