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"Maryan" is a 2013 Indian Tamil drama thriller film directed by Bharat Bala starring Dhanush alongside Parvathi. Produced by Venu Ravichandran, the film has music and background score composed by A. R. Rahman and cinematography by Marc Koninckx. Dialogues in the film are penned by R. N. Joe D' Cruz. The film revolves around a story of human survival adapted from a newspaper article of a real-life crisis event, when three oil workers from Tamil Nadu were kidnapped and taken hostage in Sudan by mercenaries. The film is an emotional journey of a common man to an unknown place with the hope to come home and lead a better life. The film released in Auro 3D sound format on selective screens in India and worldwide on 19 July 2013. The film received positive critical reception in India. At the Box Office of USA, the film had the biggest opening amongst all Indian films releasing on the same date. However, in Tamil Nadu the film was declared as an average grosser.
- also known as Mariyaan, The Man Who Never Dies
- countries: India, Namibia
- language: Tamil Language
- producer: Venu Ravichandran
- art direction by Wikus Muller & Sree K
- written by Bharat Bala, Sriram Rajan, R.N. Joe D'Cruz
- based on a story by Bharat Bala
- Dhanush as Maryan
- Parvathy as Panimalar
- Salim Kumar as Thomayya
- Appukutty as Sakkarai
- Uma Riyaz Khan as Seeli
- Imman Annachi as Kuttyandi
- Vinayakan as Theekkurissi
- Dagbeth Tweh as DOG
- Christophe Minie as WOLF
- Barry Mydou as Al-Jazeera
- Ankur Vikal as Babban
- Jagan as Sami
- Imman Annachi as Kuttiaandi
- Vinayakan Tk as Theekurusi
- cinematography by Marc Koninckx
- edited by Vivek Harshan
- music by A. R. Rahman
- genres: Thriller, Romance Film, Drama, Tamil cinema, World cinema
- released on
- some of the awards:
- Vijay Award for Best Actor nomination for Dhanush
- Vijay Award for Best Actress nomination for Parvathy
- Vijay Award for Best Cinematographer nomination for Marc Koninckx
- Vijay Award for Best Background Score nomination for A. R. Rahman
- Vijay Award for Best Make Up nomination for Ramesh Mohanty & Thomas Van Der Nest
- Vijay Award for Favourite Hero nomination for Dhanush
"Maryan" is a book by Pinchas Burstein.
- also known as "Maryan: first American exhibition, November 29-December 24, 1960"
- Maryan is a fictional character from Swing High.
- Maryan is a fictional character from the 2013 film Maryan.
"Maryan" is the soundtrack album of the 2013 film.
Who is Maryan?
Maryan a.k.a. Pinchas Burstein, later known as Maryan S. Maryan, was a Polish-born Jewish expressionist painter.
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by Elaine Hallet
Case study: Reflective thinking Maryan is a playgroup leader working with a small group of children in a threading bead activity, counting beads withthechildren astheythreaded them ontoa cord.During herFD studiessheread aboutchildren's ...
Weeki Wachee Springs (2006)
by Maryan Pelland, Dan Pelland
Dan is a writer, photographer, and computer expert; Maryan is a writer whose byline has appeared in dozens of publications, such as the St. Petersburg Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Daily Herald, Writers' Journal magazine, and a ...
Southwestern Australia by Brian Bush, Brad Maryan, Robert Browne-Cooper
Brad Maryan is a Technical Officer at the Western Australian Museum.
by Joanna Banham
Further Reading Ainsworth, Maryan Wynn, Bernart van Orley as a Designer of Tapestry, Ph.D. thesis, New Haven: Yale University, 1982 Ainsworth, Maryan Wynn, "Bernart van Orley, Peintre-Inventeur" in Studies in the History of Art, ...
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Maryan • GB frequency : • Main GB location : scattered 1 English: relationship name from the Middle English and Old French female personal name Marie, Latin Maria, ultimately of Hebrew origin. Compare Marrison, Marion ...
Harvard Dictionary of Music (1969)
by Willi Apel
It included, in addition to six male dancers in two groups, certain solo characters, such as the "Mayde Maryan," represented by a boy disguised as a girl, or by a dancer with a hobbyhorse. For the vocal moresca (Lasso), see under Villanella.
by Lilian H. Zirpolo
FLANDERS AND THE NETHERLANDS Ainsworth, Maryan W. Gerard David: Purity of Vision in an Age of Transition.
by Colum Hourihane
Adelson Maryan Wynn Ainsworth Malcolm Airs Martin Albers Lars-Olof Albertson N. W. Alcock Santiago Alcolea Blanch Paola d'Alconzo Ellenor Alcorn Rosa Alcoy Cecilia Alessi Margaret A.
by Gerald W. R. Ward
Abse, Bathsheba Ainsworth, Maryan Wynn Akers, Robert C. Alcock, N. W. Alexander, David Allardyce, Fiona Ashcan, Marit Guinness Attwood, Philip Avery, Charles Avrin, Leila Barley, K. C. Barnicoat,John Barringer, D. A. Baxter, Ronald ...
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- Maryan Wilson
The headstone of Maryan Wilson in the Douglas Center Cemetery of Douglas, Massachusetts.
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- Maryan's Fabrics
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- Maryan, Faz and Tala
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Scrabble value of M3A1R1Y4A1N1
The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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