Topic started by Karthi (@ 126.96.36.199) on Wed Dec 12 15:02:12 EST 2001.
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and Ananda Vikatan writes like this...
Ore kaatichiyil arimugamaagum P Suseela, ganniyamaaga vandhu than kadamaiyai niraivetri vittuch chelgiraar. Konjam neeLamaana Amma rolukkum ivaraip payan paduththik koLLalaam polirukkiradhu - Suseelammavukku viruppam iruppin!
- From: Karthi (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Wed Dec 12 15:04:03 EST 2001
I was surprised:))
- From: KS (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Wed Dec 12 15:09:06 EST 2001
me too:) at least for the sake of such people, hope the makers come up with some good roles.
- From: Mr. Arattai (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Wed Dec 12 21:34:56 EST 2001
Karthi, what a supremely interesting thread you have started in your infinite wisdom!!!!! I am sure you like PS's cooking and her pesarattus too!!! There are a thousand other things you can do apart from following the 'extra-curricular' activities of your favourite artistes.
- From: Karthi (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Thu Dec 13 11:20:42 EST 2001
Podhume Sriram, vazhijadhu:))
- From: Vijay (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Thu Dec 13 17:00:11 EST 2001
Music Review: ''Manathai Thirudi Vittaai (Revised)''
MUSIC RATING: 3.5 / 5 STARS
MUSIC DIRECTOR: YUVAN SHANKAR RAJA
DIRECTOR: R.T. NARAYANA MURTHY
STARRING: PRABHU DEVA, GAYATHRI JAYARAM, KOUSALYA
Originally, I graded this album a 3 / 5. But after repeated listening, it's a definite 3.5 / 5.
I always look forward to releases of music from Prabhu Deva because his albums are most always very pleasing to listen to, and sometimes are excellent ("Ninaivirukkumvarai"). And plus, this is by Yuvan Shankar Raja who did the amazingly fun "Dheena" album, and who's proved himself time and time again in light-hearted fare. And "Manathai Thirudi Vittaai" did not disappoint. It's a pleasant album that's worth listening to, even if not something to get excited over.
Alagaana Surieyan -- Sujatha starts us off with this very melodious album-opener. Music is melodious. The lyrics are well-written. A great start, with a great melody that is both hummable and sweet, and matches the intentions of the music very nicely. Between Very Nice and Excellent!
Color Color -- This is my favorite song on the album, not because of the lyrics but because of the singing (by Chitra Sivaraman, who sings exactly as the nature of the song demands) and because of the music. YSR has pulled no punches in this song, and the instrumentals in this song are equal to the best of his father's. Excellent!
Holiday Jollyday -- Yuvan Shankar Raja himself sings this "fun song." Whenever I use the words "fun song" you know that lyrics are not a main concern here. I think this song will be a hit with the youth audience since it's very danceable and has some great backbeats. Nice youth song -- not on the level of YSR's work in "Thulluvatho Ilamai," but still very nice. Good music, but inane youth lyrics (extolling both youth and music) ruin the song just a little. Very Nice!
Kutty Kutty Pani Thuliyae -- This song reminds me a lot of "Neruppu Koothadikkuthu" from "Thulluvadho Ilamai," another YSR release. And though the music is pretty good, I hate it when music directors begin sounding repetitive (which is why I have disliked ARR's latest releases). So this song which would have been an "Very nice" is downgraded. Plus, the lyrics don't have that same bang quality of "Neruppu." Between Nice and Very Nice!
Manja Kaattu Maina -- Karthik and Sadhana Sargam bring us a love duet with the usual love lyrics. Listening to the song is nice enough, if not absolutely enthralling. Nice!
Sadu Gudu Aadaathae -- In every Prabhu Deva film, there is a dance in which Prabhu Deva and the heroine engage in hip-shaking dancing ("Karu Karu Karuppaayee" in "Elaiyin Sirippil"; "Anbae Nee Mayilaa?" in "Ninaivirukkumvarai") and for "Manathai Thirudi Vittaai", this song is it. Hariharan and Pavitharani sing capably, but the lyrics are a little bit stale. Between Mediocre and Nice!
- From: Mr. Arattai (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Thu Dec 13 23:41:22 EST 2001
pssst......P. Susheela buys sarees at Rasi Silk House close to Kabali kOyil.
- From: Karthi (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Fri Dec 14 10:09:42 EST 2001
No way! Her sarees come specially made from Kanchipuram which I know through reliable sources.
- From: cxcoo (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Sun Dec 16 18:28:00 EST 2001
i think one song should be given to her in that movie.that is the respect...i think
- From: A.A. (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Mon Dec 17 10:19:16 EST 2001
For 67 years completed she looks quite young...As it is her voice is very expressive...She can take up mother's role definitely in tamil and telugu movies
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