Thozha, literally "friend" in Tamil, may refer to:
Thozha is a 2008 Tamil film which released on 11 April 2008. Nithin Sathya, Premji Amaren, Vijay Vasanth and Ajay Raj play the lead roles while Jennifer, who has appeared in sister roles in Ghilli and Jambhavan is making her debut as a heroine. Those four actors have already worked together in.
Oopiri is a 2016 Indian comedy-drama film directed by Vamsi Paidipally. A remake of Olivier Nakache & Éric Toledano's French comedy-drama The Intouchables (2011), the film was produced by Prasad V. Potluri and Kavin Anne of PVP Cinema in Telugu and Tamil, the latter as Thozha. It features Akkineni Nagarjuna, Karthi, and Tamannaah in the lead roles; Prakash Raj, Ali, Vivek, and Jayasudha play supporting roles.
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C. Joseph Vijay, professionally known as Vijay, is an Indian film actor and playback singer who works in Tamil cinema. He is one of the highest paid actors in Tamil cinema. Vijay is referred to by fans and media as Thalapathy (commander).
Akkineni Nagarjuna is an Indian film actor, film producer, and entrepreneur known for his work primarily in Telugu Cinema. He has received nine state Nandi Awards, three Filmfare Awards South and a National Film Award-Special Mention. In 1996, he produced Ninne Pelladata, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu.
Karthik Sivakumar, better known by his stage name Karthi, is an Indian film actor who works primarily in the Tamil film industry.
Santhana Bharathi is an Indian film actor and director based in Chennai, India. He has directed several films such as Guna and the National Film Award winner, Mahanadhi. He acts and has played supporting roles in films such as Dasavatharam, and Varalaru.
Prem Kumar Gangai Amaren, better known as Premji Amaran, is an Indian playback singer, film composer, songwriter and actor. Son of veteran film composer and singer Gangai Amaran, he often composes rap songs in Tamil cinema and is known for his comical performances in his elder brother Venkat Prabhu's films Chennai 600028, Saroja, Goa and Mankatha. His stage name, Premgi, is actually a spelling error, as it is meant to be "Prem G.",.
Saakshi Siva is an Indian television actor in numerous Tamil and Telugu television serials since 2000. He is best known for his role in the serial Anandham.
Vijay Vasanth is an Indian film actor and businessman, who has worked on Tamil language films. He is the son of entrepreneur H. Vasanthakumar and currently serves as the managing director of Vasanth & Co, alongside his acting commitments.
Snehan is an Indian poet and lyricist who has worked in the Tamil film industry. After serving as an assistant to poet Vairamuthu, he began working as a lyricist in the film Putham Pudhiya Poove and has written lyrics for more than 2500 songs. Snehan has since also appeared in films as an actor and made his acting debut with Yogi (2009).
P. S. Vinod is an acclaimed top Indian cinematographer who works in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil films. He debuted as an independent cinematographer with the 2000 Tamil film Rhythm and then went to work for several Hindi and Telugu projects.
Kalaignarin Ilaignan is a 2011 Tamil-language period vigilante film directed by Suresh Krishna, who directs his 50th film, and written by DMK Chief and the then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Kalaignar M. Karunanidhi, its 75th film and based on the Russian novel, The Mother, by Maxim Gorky.
Vidyasagar also known as "Gaanaa" Vidyasagar is an Indian composer, musician and singer best known for his super hit/blockbuster songs who works predominantly in the Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi film industries. After working with several composers as assistant and conductor, Vidyasagar made his debut as a film composer in the 1989 Tamil film Poomanam. Working for over 225 feature films, he is the recipient of the prestigious National Award and five Filmfare Awards.
Kuchipudi Latha Praveen is an Indian film editor from Andhra Pradesh, working primarily in the Tamil film industry.
Rombha Nallavan Da Nee is a 2015 Indian Tamil comedy thriller film written and directed by A. Venkatesh. The film features Mirchi Senthil and Shruty Bala in the leading roles, while Sarvajeeth plays a pivotal supporting roles. The film, produced by actors Sarvajeeth and Deepak Nair released on 6 March 2015.
Nancy Jennifer, previously credited as Baby Jennifer, is an Indian actress who has appeared in Tamil language films. After making her debut as a child artiste, Jennifer has also featured in supporting and lead roles.
M. M. Manasi is a playback singer trained in Hindustani Vocal. She has sung more than 170 songs in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi and English. She completed her studies at School of Management D.G. Vaishnav College. Her hits in Tamil – "Thamizachi" in Aarambam, "Kattikeda" in Kakki Chattai, "Semma Mass" in Mass, "Robo Romeo" in Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavum, "Sottavaala" in Puli, "Aatakari maman ponnu" in Ilayaraja's 1000th film Tharai Thappattai.
Ajay Raaj is an Indian film actor and choreographer who appears in Tamil language films. While working as a dance choreographer, Ajay made his acting debut with Agathiyan's Selvam (2005), before appearing in Chennai 600028 (2007) and has since appeared regularly in films associated with director Venkat Prabhu and his team.
P. Sai Suresh is an Indian film editor, who has worked on Tamil language films. He regularly collaborated in ventures directed by Sundar C in the 1990s and 2000s, notably working on projects including Arunachalam (1997), Suyamvaram (1999) and Anbe Sivam (2003).
Anushka Shetty is an Indian actress who appears in Telugu and Tamil films. She made her acting debut in Puri Jagannadh's 2005 Telugu film Super, and appeared in Mahanandi, released later the same year. The following year, she had four releases, the first being S. S. Rajamouli's Vikramarkudu, which helped her gain recognition, followed by Astram, the Sundar C.-directed Rendu,, and a special appearance in AR Murugadoss' Telugu film Stalin. She had two releases in 2007: Lakshyam and Don. In 2008, she appeared in six films, including Okka Magaadu, Swagatam and Souryam. In 2009, Shetty played two roles in the fantasy Arundhati. She went on to win the Nandi Special Jury Award and the Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award for this film. Her next release that year was Billa, a Telugu remake of the 2007 Tamil film of the same name. Her final release in 2009 was her second Tamil feature film, the masala film Vettaikaaran, where she appeared as a medical student.