Topic started by t (@ 184.108.40.206) on Mon Mar 8 23:23:09 EST 2004.
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Sarath and Parthiban had sung for the films they are currently acting in. 'Yei' is going to be Sarath Kumar's next film after 'Gambheeram'. In this film, for the first time, Sarath Kumar has sung a song, 'Oron onnu, eeron rendu, purinjikittaa friend'. He had the following to say about this song-
"Vadivelu and Paravai Muniamma are going to sing this song. That's when they felt that it would be better if I could sing it too. So, I decided to sing it myself."
Parthiban followed suit by singing himself.
'Kannadipookal' is director Shahjahan's next film after 'Punnagaipookal'. He had requested the hero Parthiban to sing a song himself. Parthiban conceded and sang a song.
Parthiban said, "The hero sings the song for his children in the film. The director felt that it would be nice if I could sing it because it would fit my age. So, I did."
He said about the film, "Flowers are synonymous with delicateness. 'Kannadipookal' (glass flowers) are even more delicate than the usual flowers. That's how the film is shaped too. The film has my usual style of dialogues too."
- From: poo pookkum Osai athai kEtkathhAn Asai (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Tue Mar 9 00:27:01 EST 2004
The film has my usual style of dialogues too
Yes, and 'delicateness' :) Our heroes truly force us to extend well beyond the existing phrases/words in English, this time it is the process of trying to perceive beyond 'abysmal depths'.
Singing as an art, being a rule (of sorts) based extension of speaking, is sure bound to express its distress through their voices as a 3-4 minutes stretch of cacophony or at the very least a collection of disagreeable sounds.
As opposed to penalizing kathhal pisAsus and pretenders, our recording studios in their infinite compassion extend their arms to try and scrape beyond the bottom of the barrel.
- From: h (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Wed Mar 10 23:47:18 EST 2004
Why Artists are singing theses days ??
- From: C~P (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Thu Mar 11 03:51:42 EST 2004
Answer can be found in that thread! :p
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