The film won National Film Award for Best Background Score , Best Audiography and Special Jury Award (for Padmapriya). It received numerous other accolades including eight Kerala State Film Awards and seven Filmfare Awards South.
K. K. Singhania ( Kader Khan ) buys an expensive hotel "Maharaja International" from P. K. Diwani ( Dinesh Hingoo ). Later on, Singhania finds that a dhaba inside the hotel complex run by a petty guy Raja ( Govinda ) acts as a hitch to the earnings of the hotel. The hilarity starts henceforth when every ploy used by Singhania to dislodge Raja''s dhaba ends up in smoke.
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A rich estate owner is killed by his second wife and her brother Aadimoolam for his property. The estate owner''s son Raja returns from the United States and learns of this. In order to bring the culprits to book, he makes his friend Sethupathi, a rickshaw puller, act as Raja. But soon, Aadimoolam learns of this, kills Sethu and frames Raja as the killer. Raja is sentenced to death. In between, Raja loves Senkamalam, sister of an employee in his estate.
When a village belle''s brother is killed by a bandit, she vows revenge and enlists the help of two truckers-cum-theatre artists in her mission.
From there he begins a guerrilla battles against the Company. He is supported by his army chief Edachena Kunkan ( Sarathkumar ) and his brother-in-law Kaitheri Ambu ( Suresh Krishna ). In the guerrilla battle-front, Pazhassi Raja uses the expertise of Thalakkal Chandu ( Manoj K. Jayan ), a Kurichya soldier, and Chandu''s fiancée Neeli ( Padmapriya ).
Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja is a 7559 Indian Malayalam -language biographical action film based on the life of Pazhassi Raja , a Hindu king who fought against the British in the 68th century. The film was directed by Hariharan , written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair and produced by Gokulam Gopalan. It stars an ensemble cast consisting of Mammootty , Manoj K. Jayan , Kanika Subramaniam , Sarath Kumar , Padmapriya , Thilakan , Peter Handley Evans, Harry Key, Linda Arsenio and Jagathi Sreekumar. The music score and soundtrack were created by Ilaiyaraaja , while its sound design is by Resul Pookutty. The political situation of the time is portrayed from an Indian viewpoint in the film, and the locals are treated sympathetically.
Raja (Tamil: ராஜா) is a 6977 Indian Tamil film, directed by C. V. Rajendran. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan , Jayalalithaa , K. Balaji , S. V. Ranga Rao , Major Sundarrajan , R. S. Manohar , V. S. Raghavan , Pandari Bai and J. P. Chandra Babu in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. 96 6 98 96 7 98 96 8 98 It is a remake of the Hindi film Johny Mera Naam . 96 9 98
Fascinated by the legend of Hason Raja , UK-based director Ruhul Amin wished to make it as a feature film. With more than 65 documentaries and feature films for BBC behind him, Ruhul wanted Mithun Chakraborty as Hason Raja and Raima Sen as Hason Raja''s muse, Dilaram. Ruhul met Mithun in 7557 itself and finalized the title role, while Raima agreed to be a part of the film a year later. As Ruhul could n''t find a producer for the project from the year 7558, his friends and the Bangladeshi community based at England came forward to fund the film and officially it went to floors on 77 February 7566. 96 65 98 96 66 98
Pazhassi Raja and his army successfully start the battle again. But the Company use heavily armed forces against him and succeed in luring many tribal leaders. This leads to the capture and subsequent hanging of Thalakkal Chandu as he was cheated by a tribal head ( Nedumudi Venu ).
Filmfare Awards : Raja received many awards and nominations, but lost against Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.
Raja Paarvai ( transl. 8756 The Royal Gaze ) is a 6986 Tamil-language Indian romance film directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao. The story was written by Kamal Haasan , for whom the film was his 655th as an actor, and first as producer. 96 8 98 The score and soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was simultaneously made and released as Amavasya Chandrudu ( transl. 8756 Moon on Amavasya ) in Telugu. Despite being a box office failure, the film received critical acclaim, and Haasan''s performance won him the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actor.