Neram is a 2013 Indian bilingual black comedy- thriller film, written, directed and edited by Alphonse Putharen in his directorial debut. Simultaneously made in the Malayalam and Tamil languages, it stars Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim and Bobby Simha in both versions. Supporting roles were played by Manoj K. Jayan, Shammi Thilakan, and Lalu Alex in Malayalam and Nassar, Thambi Ramiah, John Vijay and Shabareesh Varma portrayed the characters in Tamil. The whole film is set within one day in Chennai. The music was scored by debutant Rajesh Murugesan while Anand C. Chandran handled the cinematography. The Malayalam version released on 10 May 2013, while the Tamil version released on 17 May. The film's both versions received positive reviews upon release. The film was a commercial success at the box-office.
The film is remade in Telugu cinema as Run starring Sundeep Kishan and in Marathi as Time Bara Vait starring Bhushan Pradhan.
Usage examples of "neram".
Ashati and Neram, the former slaves of Jojasta, the medicine man of the Moving Mountain!
Ashati and Neram have no master but Bomba, and will go anywhere in the jungle at the side of Bomba as his slave.
If Ashati and Neram found it hard to keep up with him, they did not murmur.
Ashati and Neram, and Bomba himself could feel the hair rising on his head.
Bomba seized Neram, who was nearer to him, and flung him bodily through the opening of the cave.
Spirit of the Jungle they would be also, Neram and Ashati said nothing more and helped Bomba roll the great stone from the entrance to the cave.
Suddenly Neram paused with his head to one side as though he were listening.
Ashati and Neram within the shelter of the trees, which at that point were growing in great profusion.
Ashati and Neram, who had been listening with absorbed interest to the story of the native and on whose faces was reflected the same look of fright.
Ashati helped him, while Neram went off in search of jaboty eggs so that they could conserve their remaining supply of meat.
Ashati and Neram flinched before his accusing gaze and hung down their heads.
When he could at last look back, he could see Neram and Ashati standing on the bank like bronzed statues, looking after him.
Ashati and Neram in regard to Sobrinini and her island of snakes, his eagerness to learn from the lips of the old witch woman those facts about his parentage that had been so long denied him drove all other feelings from his mind.
He must be at hand when the party passed the point in the river where Ashati and Neram were still waiting for him.
Ashati and Neram had been standing at the foot of the tree, and as its great roots tore loose from the ground they caught the two ex-slaves and flung them with the force of a catapult far out into the stream.