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The film was picturized on Santosh Kumar and Shamim Ara whereas Darpan, Ragni and Gul Rukh also acted in the movie.
The two stars were in love and what is so surprising is that even in the love scenes that were picturized after they had parted and were not on speaking terms were so very memorable.
While at the height of the battle between the Sri Lankan Army and the LTTE actor Silambarasan was in Sri Lanka acting in the film which was picturized in the island nation.
The theoretical model of our approach is picturized in figure one.
These coves became their world and much of their art and the conception of the universe is picturized in terms of the cove.
Indra sings the first iteration of the lyrics "Kannathil Muthamittal" to Amudha, and later the same song is picturized between Amudha and Thiruchelvan.
Picturized Algorithm - an Image Processing feature that allows a user to create one picture from thousands of separate images.
Earlier, after the incident of video making, the suspect disclosed before the probe committee which was formed under the supervision of federal secretary Shoaib Siddiqui in Adyala jail that his video was made under the custody of FIA and not in Adyala jail adding that this video was picturized by Assistant Director FIA, Shahzad Zafar.
The poem used as lyrics of one of the songs in the movie in which immoral scenes were picturized, the complaint said.
Swaarangi- the Melting Embers" picturized on the locations at rural and mountainous areas of Mianwali district it took four months of shoot in three different spells is all set to hit the silver screen at Eidul Azha, said the producer of the film Mazhar Abbas while talking to reporter.
Prakash's RR revs up the moods where needed and his much popular 'Yaaro Ivan' has also been picturized well," the Behindwoods review said.
The Daily Bhaskar website said that the "ill picturized and badly scripted show" portrayed the country "in poor light," the BBC reported.