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    • Ticket Vangu Enjoy Pannu

      If u have been a couch potato watching pirated vcds and dvds at home and thinking its not worth watching a movie at the theatres, think again, its time for you to go to the big screen. Gautam Menon is in the top of the list of the people, as of now currently, who are taking the tamil film industry to the next generation.

      Kakka Kakka opened like “an episode in a police officers life”… Vettaiyadu Vilayadu opens like “another episode in a police officers life”. If kakka kakka was a fresh and elegant, Vettaiyadu Vilayadu is more matured and stylish. Don’t miss the opening songs Karka Karka, it’s extremely stylish, you just would love kamal on screen. I am awe inspired by the intelligence which would have gone into making this movie. I have no words for this movie; you have to definitely see this one. You can watch it once, twice… no thrice or more.

      Kamalini Mukherjee I have seen her in many actress galleries but she never seemed so beautiful, but in here she is so sweet and cute, but alas she comes only for a few frames in the movie, jyothika is bubbly, as usual Kamal dominates the full movie.

      Serial killer movies are very rare in tamil movies, this one is about such a thing. However this doesn’t have a great storyline in fact, this is almost similar to Kakka Kakka, all about vendetta between a cop and a serial killer, Gautam may have tried a different storyline but the way the film goes is spell- bound.

      It’s so natural for everyone to compare this with Kakka Kakka, as said by Surya in a preview show of this movie, even 100 Anbu Selvan’s won’t make 1 Raghavan… true 100% percent. But one thing I felt was that Kakka Kakka had a great background score; Vet Vila too has a good one but definitely not like Kakka Kakka. Photography was too good; every frame was fresh and natural

      I won’t be surprised if Silanthi (his next film with Sarath Kumar) opens like “Yet another episode in a police officers life”
      Ticket Vangu Enjoy Pannu - Sunday, August 27, 2006 -

      Sa Re Ga Ma Pa tha Ni sa

      Music has always been my close friend over the ears and it is closely affiliated to me right from my childhood. Whatsoever be the state of affairs I always find a song to be consorted with or rather to put in another way my mood does swing depending on the song I heed to. Music will always find its entry into any passions list I fill up in whatsoever profile forms I fill up.

      The most recent ‘worldspace’ ad featuring Rahman was so cool and the ad doesn’t have some hi-tech gadgets throw in which confuses a commoner , the content was so soft and the theme music was depicted was very stylish and yet naturally. Rahman says there is no answer to the question “What is music?” it is just incomprehensible, but yet so lively, true to its core, its like they GOD is present everywhere, so is music.

      Coming to film songs, I have no idea behind the technical’s of music or the sa re ga ma, but hope one day, though I may not master the seven strings I will definitely try to get some light on them. Like they say every food fills up your stomach but only some gives tastes and smell. Likewise there are quite a few (more) songs that impresses each and every soul. There are some songs I remember which upon hearing the very first time has impressed me like anything else. Some to list are Devathaiyai Kanden from Kadhal konden, Uyirin Uyire from Kakka Kakka, Yakkai Thiri from Ayudha Eluthu, Vaseegara from Minnale, Oru Nalil from PudhuPettai, Ennaku Ena Erkanave from Parthen Rasiten, Anbe Sugama from Parthale Paravasam,Dil Ko from RHTDM ( or ondra eranda from Kakka Kakka, but I don’t know its actually the hindi version that covered me much than the tamil, so lyrics do have some connection with the music, a very ordinary lyrics can make a good song go haywire or vice versa, they are inter-connected in some ways which I am not able to fathom completely), New York, the off late from S(J)illunu Oru Kadhal, appadi podu from Ghilli,( all of vijay’s gaana always hold a special place), Endredum Punnagai from Alaipayuthey, Oru Malai from Ghajini, kadavul Pathi from Aalavandhan, Vellai karan from Chellame, Hello Mister from Iruvar, Jay Jay from Jay Jay, Of course there are more to the list, but these are the ones which I can remember for the moment.

      There are some films background score which I want to pen down are from the film Ayudha Eluthu, Rhythm, Minnale and of course AlaiPayuthe.There are some hundreds of Illayaraja’s background score which will be incomparable even down the lane. Some of his best which I like are En Eniya Pon Nilava, Pani Villum and actually list is endless.

      I always like those songs by illayaraja and Harris Jeyaraj which has more of guitar domination in them, I simply don’t know the reason though.
      Sa Re Ga Ma Pa tha Ni sa - Tuesday, August 22, 2006 -

      Something Something

      A trademark tamil village subject masala movie. It had all ingredients aptly mixed to make it a family entertainer. Ravi would be thanking prabhudeva from whom this movie made into tamil silver screens. I haven’t seen the telugu version of this movie, in a nut shell something something will be a hit.

      Jeyam’s Ravi home production has hit the bull’s eye after jeyam and M Kumaran. Ravi a NRI falls in love with trisha, a village girl, and whose brother Prabhu stands against their love, challenges Ravi in a agri battle field, of course everybody knows what the end. Not a great story line but it had every qualities in it to attract the family crowd

      Please don’t expect any logic from the film, u are hitting the wrong calling bell then, this is not a film that ends like “A Film by Mani Ratnam”, its come under this category where they say “No Logic Only Magic”.

      I don’t know why but I didn’t like Trisha in the movie, she was looking good, that’s fine, but somehow I didn’t find her character that of a village girl competent in this particular movie. She has done her part well, though I didn’t like her however Ravi’s role was apt, the only thing is that if he could have been able to grow his hair like what Siddharth made it in the telugu version it would have been more apt. Not all songs were good in the movie. The title song was good and kozhi kozhi was also good. Bhagiyaraj and Prabhu both have done their part neatly.

      The Bubbling first half made by Ravi and after he enters into the village and he bullying around trisha made the first half quite amusing and interesting. This film is definitely not a much film to be watched, but it is a good time pass.

      Negatives… a bbbbbbbbit less sentiments here and there and not many nail biting and seat edges sequences, kind of a homely film and don’t expect that the film will leave any impacts on u once u leave the theatres.
      Something Something - Wednesday, August 16, 2006 -

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