Topic started by G.Suresh (@ 207-172-73-30.s30.as1.man.erols.com) on Fri Apr 3 19:19:46 EST 1998.
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Here is a same sitiuation song with same hero and same theme , one is 'pennalla pennalla oodhapoo' by ARR in Uzhavan where Prabhu sings in prasie of One heroine to the other and simialar kind of sitiuation in Rajakumaran and the song you people know 'ennavenru solvadhamma' , Can we rate which one is best , Ofcourse my choice is IR, Sathya I think indha murai it is not safe topic!
- From: Ramki (@ nas01ppp207.apts.wmich.edu)
on: Fri Apr 3 21:19:16 EST 1998
Suresh arent you interested anything other than ARR and IR comparisons??Come on TFM is not restricted to only these 2 guys. And already oru vatti we have 'suttukondufy'ourselves and then why do you want to play with fire again.
If my posting sounds harsh apologise me but i dont
wish to see another war here or anywhere.
- From: venus (@ 215.los-angeles-05.ca.dial-access.att.net)
on: Fri Apr 3 21:42:50 EST 1998
Pennalla pennalla roja poo is a good song
but it resembles one MSV song pasum manimuthu rojakkal pillaikal ellorum rajakkal (atleast the
pallavi). That song is from a kamal, sridevi *er.
Another good song in the movie is 'Idhu irava pagala' by KJY & VJ very good song (lyrics, orchestration etc.,) especially the situation.
The hero explains about what he sees through
his eys to the lover who is blind. I think the lyrics was by Kannadhasan.
- From: Bhaskar (@ ww-td03.proxy.aol.com)
on: Fri Apr 3 23:16:20 EST 1998
Ayya! Controversy Suresuu Dhaayavu
seidhu indha maadiri comparisons thread ellam
vaedaaam. Adidhadiyula dhaan pOi mudiyum!
Soda bottle, muttai, thakkaali parakkum :-))))
So neenga next time indha maadiri comparison
thread open pannavaendum endraal konjam
yosithu open pannamalae irundhudunga.
- From: Sathiya Keerthi (@ synergy.nus.edu.sg)
on: Sat Apr 4 00:11:28 EST 1998
naNbaa, I disagree with you. If there is a need
to understand something clearly, I think we should
start and discuss even controversial topics in
this forum. But the important thing that has
to be kept in mind is that unnecessary provacative
remarks, kiNdals, personal remarks etc have to be
carefully avoided; that's all. With 100 fellows
there are 100 opinions. Given that, controversies
will arise naturally in a big field such as TFM. If we
decide not to get into discussions on such things
then the forum will become a big bore. We have all
matured from past happenings; the thing I would
really love to see right now at the forum is a new
controversial topic opened by someone and we all
express our opinions frankly, with passion, and yet,
the discussion remains sane, healthy and interesting.
If such a thing starts happening, this forum will
have an interesting and bright future.
Whether or not this current thread will invite
interesting discussions, I am not at all sure.
As Ramki has rightly said, enough has been said
and discussed on this kind of stuff, and I have
this feeling that no one is even interested in
opening this thread to see whether anything is
there or not. People would rather prefer to see
some boring rerun episode of Green Acres instead.
- From: Rajaraman (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Sat Apr 4 02:29:39 EST 1998
Nicely put Sathiya Keerthi. We @ TFM Page team are also NOT against discussion on controversial topics. This is an open forum and everyone is free to discuss topics he/she is interested in. What we want is people keep some net etiquette in mind before posting anything. Pl see the How-to document we have linked from the main page. Let me quote a para that deserves closer attention:
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- From: Viswanath S. (Viswa) (@ webgate5.mot.com)
on: Mon Apr 6 00:34:34 EDT 1998
Now if you are comparing the songs composed by IR and ARR for similar situations, I'd say that it has varied from cases to cases. For instance, ARR revels (atleast used to) in a situation like a Prabhu Deva dance number (eg. Mukkala Muqabla) as compared to IR (Mastana mastana), while a song like "Nee sirucha deewana" (from Bombay) might not be as impressive as "Nee oru kaadhal sangeetham" (Nayakan) - both feature the hero and the heroine in locales of Bombay ...
And so the comparison goes...
- From: no jalra (@ )
on: Fri Nov 23 00:38:23 EST 2001
'kasi' audio releasing tomorrow.
and raaja is composing music for a new film called 'music'.
- From: Shane Falco (@ )
on: Sun Dec 5 22:50:05 EST 2004
Hey any one know the movie in which prabhudeva had the song mastana mastana in it..do let me know.
- From: Guess Me (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Sun Dec 5 23:18:20 EST 2004
It is Rasaiyyah.
- From: Sharath (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Sun Dec 5 23:22:41 EST 2004
The film is Raasiaya released in 1995. Correction: Prabhu Deva didn't sing the song, but he danced for the song.
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