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Kasi (film)

Kasi is a 2001 Indian Tamil tragedy drama film, written and directed by Vinayan. The film has Vikram playing the eponymous character of a blind village singer. A remake of the director's own 1999 Malayalam film Vasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njaanum, the film has Kaveri, reprising her role from the original and Kavya Madhavan making her Tamil debut in supporting roles. The film was produced by Aroma Mani for Sunitha Productions. The film score and soundtrack was composed by maestro Ilaiyaraaja.

The film was released on 14 November 2001 and won positive reviews from critics upon release. Vikram won the Filmfare Best Actor Award.

Kasi

KASI or Kasi may refer to:

  • Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, South Korea
  • Kingdom of Kashi, or Kasi, an ancient kingdom with Varanasi as its capital
  • KASI, a radio station licensed to serve Ames, Iowa
  • Kashi (ship), Japanese several ships have been named
  • Kasi (film), a tragedy Tamil language movie
  • Kasi tribe, a Pashtun tribe in Pakistan
  • Varanasi (also known as Kāśi), a holy city in India

:* Kashi Vishwanath Temple, a temple in the town

KASI (disambiguation)

KASI or Kasi may refer to:

  • Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, South Korea
  • Kasi Kingdom, an ancient kingdom with Varanasi as its capital
  • 1430KASI, a radio station licensed to serve Ames, Iowa
  • Kasi Maru, a Japanese merchant ship
  • Kasi (film), a tragedy Tamil language movie
  • Kasi tribe, a Pashtun tribe in Pakistan
  • Beta-ketoacyl-acyl-carrier-protein synthase I, an enzyme

People:

  • Kasi Kelly, who won the Miss Texas USA in 2002
  • Kasi Lemmons, an American film director and actress
Kasi (Pashtun tribe)

The Kasi or Kansi are a Pashtun supertribe from the Sarban tribal confederacy, primarily found in the Pakistan, and Afghanistan. A large part of the Kasi tribe live in the city of Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan. Another large part of the Kasi confederacy is known as Shinwari, mainly settled in the eastern valleys of Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan and around Landi Kotal in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, and Kohat District Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan.

Usage examples of "kasi".

There was a line of picketed heavy draft animals, kasi, many of them now lying at ease chewing their cuds.

To my left was a roofed space in which kasi were stabled, their triangular heads with the stiff, upstanding stocks of black hair tossed now and then.

I could not see the outer gate, but I tried to reach a place in deeper shadows between two bales of kasi fodder and succeeded.

Though he wore the scale jerkin of a foot fighter, his head was bare of helm and he had a yoke across his shoulders supporting slopping buckets of water which he emptied into a stone trough that ran the length of the kasi stalls.

So he put the kasi to the wagon yokes and aided me to place those of our company I had chosen in the van, putting the barsk cage apart and screened.

Thus, when all inside me urged speed and yet more speed, I set the kasi to an amble as I passed beyond the last line of fringe tents.

I released my little people once again while I prepared our food and put the kasi to the yoke.

My kasi were not meant for burst of speed, but only an unvarying pace.

Two were mounted and held the reins of riderless kasi, three advanced on foot, swords sharp and bright in their hands.

We were coming down a bank to a road into which the kasi turned, heading upward from the plains.

This time the slope was steeper, so that the kasi bent their shoulders to the yoke with visible effort.

We took the van into the second courtyard and I released the kasi and fed and watered my little people.

Sentries walked beats on the eastern side, and there were several lines of riding kasi pegged out, not grazing free.

I could hear the heavy blowing of the kasi, and now the sound of men's voices.

Puzzled, I wondered about that—unless the kasi that had drawn them had followed behind the one he drove.