Topic started by h (@ 126.96.36.199) on Wed Feb 25 04:33:38 EST 2004.
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After a long gap in his career, Music Director Thenishai Thenral Deva again becomes busy with new projects. Even though music director Thenishai Thenral Deva was once the hit maker including films acted by superstar Rajani and Ulaganayakan Kamal and other leading heroes, he was not available for sometime by being withdrawn from the field. Deva in combo with his brothers Sabhaesh - Murali, once acquired a prominent place in the Gana music - Colloquial rap music world, become the heartthrob of fans thorough his divine music. As with the time Deva started getting less and less opportunities. Later he was missing from the music scenario. As with the Ilayaraja, A.R Rahman, Harris Jayaraj, Vidhyasagr started ruling the music, or may be with competition becoming higher Deva failed to be active. What ever may be the reasons, now again making music lovers, especially Deva's music lovers happy, Deva makes a reentry unleashing all his well-appreciated talents? As with the latest Kodambakkam news reveals out of 31 films completed pooja, Deva bags the majority. Dependable sources confirms more than 8 films are signed for Deva's music direction and discussions are going on for another two three films. We believe that Deva will definitely use this rare golden opportunity to comeback again to his throne as leading music director. Be ready to enjoy the Devas music.
- From: paran (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Wed Feb 25 04:45:18 EST 2004
Deva had collaborated with all heroes i think
Rajni - Annamalai, Baatcha, Arunachalam
Kamal - Avvai Shanmugi, PKS, Panjatnantiram
Vikram - kaathal sadugudu, etc
Ajit - Aasai, Mugavari etc
Vijay - Bagavathy, Kushi, etc
Prasanth - Choclate, Kanyethire Thondrinal, etc
Surya - Nerukke Ner, etc
Sarathkumar - Mooventhar, etc
Vijaykanth - Chokka Tanggam, etc
Satyaraj - ...cant remember...
Bhagyaraj - ...cant remember too...
wow...tat's an impressive list
- From: FBI (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Wed Feb 25 04:49:12 EST 2004
Deva had composed songs for onter language movies when hadnt many tamil movies, he dissapointed with songs from movies like seena, ramakrishna, military etc. I miss that deva who came with soft melodious songs from Aasai, hope he get better luck this year.
Vidyasagar never ruled the tamil music field he he always no 4 or 5 or even low placed in the tamil audiences mind( its just my opinion)
- From: jj (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Wed Feb 25 05:45:53 EST 2004
He did a couple of Kannada songs for Suresh Krissna's films. Kottigobba I guess.
- From: nk (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Wed Feb 25 06:59:31 EST 2004
Mooventhar By Sirpi
- From: sv (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Wed Feb 25 07:01:20 EST 2004
vidya sagar has established himself as a good composer in tamil films. His recent hits proves that he has quality stuff. He has already no 1 in malayalam movies.
His songs r good compared to ARR and HJ
- From: * (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Wed Feb 25 07:03:31 EST 2004
If ever an award is instituted for the best thread title in DF, this one takes the cake by a long long way!! Have never laughed harder on reading a title :)) The phoenix in its many resurrections would never have expected a comparison with this illustrious composer, hats off to the Devadasan for this statement!
- From: C~P (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Wed Feb 25 08:38:18 EST 2004
"Be ready to enjoy the Devas music."
Correction....that shold be...
"Be ready to enjoy the music of BackstreetBoys, Michael Jackson etc etc yet again"
- From: rajasaranam (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Wed Feb 25 09:15:38 EST 2004
'isaiBrahmaa'-Deva this was the title given to him in the ADs for the movie 'Adithadi' - any comments folks?
well will anyone dare to comment?
- From: jacky (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Wed Feb 25 09:49:57 EST 2004
Actually Deva was multiple sources though he might be an ardent MJ fan, which time and again he proves like Indianising In the closet, just listen Mambo italiano and the song postpaid ah - Soori, this is what is called ctrl+c ctrl+v stuff.
- From: Jacky (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Wed Feb 25 09:50:42 EST 2004
typo .... has
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