The magic of A R Rahman

I recently transferred some of my favourite songs that I haven’t listened to for quite sometime, to my mobile. So, I have almost stopped listening to radio now. The next three paras of this post is what I typed in my mobile as a message when I was travelling home from work after I pressed the play button in the music player with the random option turned on. 🙂
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Akkam Pakkam

After a long time, I saw a song yesterday that made me want to watch it again and again and again! 🙂 It’s the song ‘Akkam Pakkam’ from the movie Kireedam (Hope the spelling is correct!).
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My current wallpaper is….

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More pics of Rahman here.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

I finished reading ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ a little more than an hour back! 😀
Spoiler Alert: Please don’t read the rest of the post if you are one of those Potter fans who haven’t read the book yet and don’t want to know what happened in the book before reading it!
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Oru Vaarthai Kaekka

Many lines of this song from the movie Ayya makes me ROTFL

Nee keadaikka vendum endru thundu seetta ezhudhi poattaen
Peachi amman kovil saami, paper saami aanadhu enna!

Oh nee kodutha kal kooda senkal saami aanadhaiyya

And here comes the best line:

Katta bomman uruvam poala unnai varainthu maraithae veitthaen,
Desapattru oviyam endru veettu suvatril appa maatta

You should watch the ‘oviyam’ of ‘kattabomman-poala-Sarathkumar’ shown in this song to fully appreciate this line 😉

Countdown Begins!

With less than 12 hours to go before I can lay my hands on the 7th and most probably the final book of the Harry Potter series, I am very excited! 😀 I will make my next post once I am done with reading the book. 🙂 Hope the book turns out to be as good as the earlier ones.

Costumes in Mani Ratnam’s movies

Simple, Neat and Contemporary – That is how I will describe the costumes in Mani Ratnam’s movies. As far as his movies are concerned, you very rarely come across a costume that doesn’t suit the actors or that you don’t like. The costumes go well not only with the setting of the movie but also with the current trend and that makes you feel as though the characters are one among us. Though there is nothing extraordinary about the costumes in Mani Ratnam’s movies, the natural look and feel that they give to his movies is what makes it appealing and the costumes in his movies have always been an object of interest to me.

Guys, you can skip reading the rest of this post if you want to, since I am going to focus mainly on the costumes of the leading ladies of Mani Ratnam’s movies. 😉
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