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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for dakanda

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Midnight My Love It was nominated (but did not win) in several categories for the Thailand National Film Awards, including best actor, best actress, best director, best screenplay and best picture. However, it did win awards from the Bangkok Critics Assembly, including best director, best actress and best script (tied with "Dear Dakanda").
Cinema of Thailand Childhood romance was a hit with 2003's "Fan Chan", which was made by six directors. One of the six, Komgrit Treewimol, went on to make the college-age romance, "Dear Dakanda", a hit in 2005, but took three years to completely write, cast, film, and tweak.
Sunny Suwanmethanon Sunny Suwanmethanon (, born 18 May 1981 in Thailand) is a Thai actor of Thai, Singapore and French descent. He is best known for his leading role as Khaiyoi in the 2005 film, "Dear Dakanda," for which he won the Best Actor award in 3rd Kom Chad Luek Awards. He also starred in the romantic comedy "I Fine..Thank You..Love You" which became the highest grossing film ever in Thailand.
Jira Maligool He was also behind the hit 2003 film, "Fan Chan" ("My Girl"), a nostalgic look at childhood in 1980s Thailand. The film's ensemble of six directors - Komgrit Treewimol, Songyos Sugmakanan, Nithiwat Tharathorn, Vijja Kojew, Vithaya Thongyuyong and Adisorn Tresirikasem - were students of Jira, who taught as a part-time professor in photography and cinematography classes at Chulalongkorn University. Two of those directors, Komgrit and Songyos, went on to direct hit films, Komgrit helming the romantic comedy "Dear Dakanda" in 2005 and Songyos with the hit 2006 thriller "Dek hor" ("Dorm").
Noo Hin: The Movie The movie was received poorly by audiences and critics in Thailand. Distributor Sahamongkol Film International hoped to earn 80 million baht. But after a strong opening weekend in which it earned 22 million baht, it left cinemas after earning just 51.8 million. The movie was budgeted at 40 million baht. This was despite the movie being based on a popular comic, having a director who had directed two hit films (Komgrit Triwimol who co-directed "Fan Chan" and his solo debut "Dear Dakanda") and a well-known screenwriter (Kongdej Jaturanrasamee), and produced by an influential filmmaker, Nonzee Nimibutr. A lack of cohesion in the storytelling and inexperienced actors were cited the main reasons for the disappointing results.