Topic started by Rajaraman (@ 188.8.131.52) on Tue Jul 29 02:21:57 EDT 1997.
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- From: Rajaraman (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Tue Jul 29 02:23:37 EDT 1997
The following is the list appearing on TFM page.
Can people add in the rest?
Devadhai("Galeer galeer endre")
Azhiyaadha kolangal("Poovannam pola nenjam")
Thooraththu Idi Muzhakkam("Ullam ellaam thallaaduthey")
Avan(Remake of "Aah")
UyirE unakkaaga("Panneeril nananintha pookal")
Poomazhai pozhiyuthu("Nadhiya nadhiya nile nadhiya")
(with Shankar ganesh) Paadum vaanambaadi("Naanoru disco
dancer","Vaazhum varai pOraadu")
- From: kumar (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Tue Jul 29 02:55:47 EDT 1997
Ullagam pirandadu enakkaga
(AVM, satyaraj, gouthami etc:
karruppu poonai eruttu velai
kannai urrutti urutti pakkudu ..)
ragasiaya police ( sarat, nagma)
there are more bappi movies i think
before became popular in hindi
- From: Satish Subramanian (@ inetgw.guidant.com)
on: Tue Jul 29 10:06:12 EDT 1997
There is a movie by Naushad also. Can't seem to remember the name now. It starts with "Parakkum Ther.." or something like that. It was a dubbed version
of Naushad's Hindi movie "Udan Khatola".
- From: Satish Subramanian (@ cs-line16.cs.umn.edu)
on: Tue Jul 29 22:36:21 EDT 1997
Naushad's movie in Tamil was "Vaana Ratham" released in 1956.
- From: Aravind (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Wed Jul 30 00:11:40 EDT 1997
Didn't LP score for 'mangkai oru gangkai'?
Let us not start listing dubbed movies. Then 'paadagan' will be added to RDB - the dubbed version of sanam teri kasam. Similarly there are quite a few Rajini movies which were dubbed into Tamil - all hopeless ones- with Bappi Lahiri as MD. Also 'maine pyar kiyaa' and HAHK were dubbed in Tamil.
Let us stick to original scores in Tamil. Even then you cannot include Bappi Lahiri but that is a different story.
- From: Kitcha (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Wed Jul 30 20:18:38 EDT 1997
I don/t think I can add any more to this list but I sure hope to God that MD's like Anand-Milind and Anu Malik don't do that in the future.
There was a interview with A-Milind on SuperhitMuqabla a couple of years back.They were asked ehat gave them the inspiration for the "Tu Tu Tara" song( lifted blatantly from IR's "Raakama"). They said that they started snapping their fingers to get a rhythm for that song and there it was. "Tu Tu tara". Hope they bring in a death penalty for plagiarism soon enough.
- From: ravi (@ eagle.vapower.com)
on: Thu Jul 31 15:39:42 EDT 1997
Hindi MDs in tamil.
Naushad - Akbar (kanavu kanda kadhal by PS is a gem)
Bappi Lahari - Thai veedu (suhasini, Rajni starrer)
- From: Sundar Ramanathan (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Sat Aug 2 07:50:45 EDT 1997
Salil Choudary in Balu Mahendra's "azhiyaatha kOlangaL"
naan ennum pozhuthu - spb renders it beautifully
(rehash of salil's own "anand")
poovaNNam pOla nenjam
(has he done it in malayalam before)
- From: Rajaraman (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Thu Aug 21 04:28:42 EDT 1997
Compiled list available at
- From: Satish Subramanian (@ pulsar.cs.umn.edu)
on: Sat Aug 23 12:42:17 EDT 1997
C.Ramachandra also did several Tamil films.
One song I remember is:
"raaja magal, roja malar,
naan raaja magal, pudhu roja malar,
en aasai nirai veruma?" (Vyjayanthimala and Gemini)
- From: Ramki (@ ucc221.lab.cc.wmich.edu)
on: Thu Aug 28 15:36:30 EDT 1997
Usha Khanna did music for Dharmam'(Sathyaraj, Saritha)
- From: rajan (@ )
on: Fri Aug 30 15:13:30 EDT 2002
rd.burman has scored music for ulagam pranththu enakkaaga.
kavitha krishnamoorthy was introduced to tamil film music from that film by rdb.the song is adadaa alaghupponnu adiyeduththaa jil jil jil with spb.she had sung it for gowthami.
after that when southindian actresses entered the bollywood almost all of them lippe for kavihtaa krishnamoorthy.specially gowthami and mathubaalaa.
but kkm was singing earlies for sridevi,she too went to north from south.
- From: Vignesh (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Tue Aug 31 06:00:37 EDT 2004
Hello, I was looking for this song for quite long time, pls mail me back if you have it. Thanks. "mellave mallave malarnthein" I really dunno the film title. But I think that its from the movie Paadagan. Once again, thanks.
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