1. a Dravidian language (closely related to Tamil) that is spoken in southwestern India
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  • January 22nd, 2010 more images more images KERALA (GaeaTimes. com) - Famous Malayalam film actress Navya Nair exchanged wedding vows to Mumbai based Santhosh Menon on Thursday morning in Cheppad, Kerala. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • The film smoothly rides on its success, earning the plaudit of being one of the highest-ever grossers in the Malayalam film industry.
  • Urdu, Persian, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Tagalog, Chinese, Malayalam, and other languages are spoken in Dubai by its many foreign residents.
  • Of course, economically and socially, India's film industry has a stronghold that even Los Angeles could only imagine: Bollywood, true, but also Telegu, Assamese, Malayalam ... their regional industries trump our national one, making India the overall leader in global ticket sales. Derek Beres: The Spell (and Sell) of the Expectable: Slumdog Millionaire
  • The leggy lady has signed on for Moksham, a Malayalam film by national award-winning director Rajeevnath.
  • There was a time when Malayalam drama and cinema songs had an inimitable lyrical and musical charm.
  • After a couple of novelettes, she started writing short stories for all leading publications in Malayalam and brought out her first compilation of short stories as ‘Nirmalyam’ in 1994.
  • In fact, a seldom trumpeted trait about the Malayalam film industry has been its rendering a red carpet welcome to its tinsel townhood neighbours!
  • Movies in Hindi, Malayalam, German, French and other languages are available not only within a particular geography, but across the network on all flights. Emirates Air: Spoiling For a Fight
  • It was green all around and there were small patches of ginger, numerous okra plants, long beans called ‘achinga’ in Malayalam and so many things to see and enjoy. Vanilla « Salt and Pepper.
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