The songs Vaname Ellai and Unnaipol Oruvan are awful...I am not impressed with Shruthi's music...Also, I wonder why Kamal wanted to do this film which in itself is a remake of "A Wednesday" by shelving "Marmayogi" which had a huge budget...I don't understand Kamal's intentions
Normally, in Kamal's movies, songs will not be attractive except few exceptions like VR MBBS. It is not correct to criticise Shruthi Hassan. When even outside music director are giving music according to Kamal's taste, Shruthi also would have listened to his father. But going by the current trend, I feel anybody can score music to any film. In what way Harris, James Vasanthan, Iman, etc. are composing. They can never become stalwarts like Ilayaraja, MSV or KVM. They can only score music for few films. Under the circumstances, there is no use finding fault with Shruthi Hassan. She will also be able to do few films and then vanish. Let her try her luck.
its surprising SHRUTHI IS GETTING ALL THE SUPPORT BECAUSE SHE IS kamal daughter,to tell the truth she is average in singing,there are far more extremely talented singers in tamil,besides,her performance in her debut movie was not great,and also its sad that she never mentions her mother who has brought her up all these years instead she raves about Gouthami like as if she took care of her all her life,remember Shruthi never forget ones own mother,you are here because of her.
Re: shruthi hASSAN TALENTED ????
by balaji gururajan on Sep 09, 2009 04:42 PM
have u by any chance heard "Adiye kolludhe" from "Vaaranam Aayiram"? She sang very well and I listened to it without knowing the singers and was surprised to know that ?Shruthi had sung the song.
Being a progeny of a well kown person can be advantageous and disadvantageous. So kindly try to appreciate talent irrespective of where it came from.
I am neither a fan nor a hater of any Kamal as well as Shruthi.
Re: Re: Re: not so high
by Arun Prashant on Sep 09, 2009 04:56 PM
English Translation by Rev. G.U.Pope in Tamil Heroic Poems:
"To us all towns are one, all men our kin. Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill Man's pains and pains' relief are from within. Death's no new thing; nor do our bosoms thrill When Joyous life seems like a luscious draught. When grieved, we patient suffer; for, we deem This much - praised life of ours a fragile raft Borne down the waters of some mountain stream That o'er huge boulders roaring seeks the plain Tho' storms with lightnings' flash from darken'd skies Descend, the raft goes on as fates ordain. Thus have we seen in visions of the wise ! - We marvel not at greatness of the great; Still less despise we men of low estate."
Re: Re: Re: Re: not so high
by Arun Prashant on Sep 09, 2009 04:58 PM
This poem emphasizes a truth that is central to Hindu philosophy. This poem is written by Kanian Poongundranar. The poet stresses the fact that we reap what we sow. The joys and sorrows of our lives are of our own making