Me Thinks

Tuesday, February 05, 2008


I've always loved movies. And I used to be a big fan of KB. KB, Kamal Hassan and Ilayaraaja combination, I feel, is God's gift to mankind.

Even today when I watch good acting or good execution, I get tears. The scene might be a funny one but I think I shed tears in appreciation of the talent. "Silly Feelings". Maybe its a sickness I have. Every time I watch Enna Samayalo song my eyes well up. Great acting, great music, great direction and great rendition of the song. Ilayaraaja apparently wrote the song and one can see his brilliance. The swarams Sa-Da-Ma-Ga become Sadhamaga brilliantly. Please watch the song and indulge your soul.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Super Deepz.. Ma-Saa-la.. Blog-akka and I used to sing this song very often - including occasions like varalakshmi poojai and golu wonly to tell mummy "Time to eat"

8:37 PM  
Blogger APAM NAPAT said...

''Enna Samayalo paathu inspire aagi samaipeenga nnu paatha, "I well up" nu sollara.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Nilofer Anbarasu said...

This is one of a rare song in which everything falls in right places. In this song, we can feel the essence of love within the family. Thanks to ace director K.B who executed it well.

8:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enakku latestaa kann la thanni vara vecha song and picturization is 'maa' in taare zameen par....what lyrics what music what direction...kalakki potutaa...naa karthala kandha sashti kavasam mari adha kekka arambichutten. and I see the song has a great impact on my motherhood.

9:35 AM  
Blogger Ajay said...

class, my ass!!!

10:35 PM  
Blogger I said...

indha kaalathu pon kuzhandhel ellam samaikaradhe illa

10:12 AM  
Blogger APAM NAPAT said...

that too.

10:22 AM  
Blogger Me too said...

Dhool! - like Chaplin Chellappa exclaims in 'Kaala kaalamaaga' song!
MSV-KB-Kamal is a super combo too!

12:18 AM  
Blogger O Relly said...

Oh, I totally love this song and the movie too. Don't know for what reason, it didn't become a big hit, as was expected.

5:23 AM  
Blogger Oracle said...

In critique of Ilayaraja you should read this:

6:07 AM  
Blogger vishy said...

Ga Ri Ga Ri Ga Ri.... Karigaigalum enga???

Neenga eppadi nalla samaipingala?

9:10 AM  
Blogger Ashank said...

Thank u for showing us this gem Deepa-ka. Truly interesting song. Kamal's antics reminds of the same stuff he does in 'Pachai kiligal tholodu' song in 'Indhian' movie.

I never realized (rather, forgot) how funny and creative this song was until u blogged about it.


12:11 AM  
Blogger Sindhu said...

hey..visited yr blog while blog rolling..what u said is very true especially about this movie..what lyrics and rhyming. It is simply overwhelming..especially lines like 'raagam....naanum rusithu...rasam thaa'..sheer brilliance and creativity!!
Nice post:)

10:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

have been visiting ur blog for the last 1.5 yrs. certain posts are really gud. especially i totally agree with this one. for that matter all the songs in unnal mudiym thambi are master pieces right from the title song.

2:02 AM  
Blogger Inder said...

that reminds me that i should run back home and cook dinner... :(

2:47 AM  
Blogger Arun Sundar said...

I hate men cooking. This song celebrates it!

3:45 PM  
Blogger D LordLabak said...

Blogeswari, I am surprised you still got food after singing this song.:-)
Rajesh, so silly feelings. Samayal panna inspire pandra song illa idhu.
Raja, have to agree with you.
Lav, I haven't heard that song.
Ajay, why ivlo kovam?
I, too much I say.
MT, knew you'd agree.
IWOBM, good movies with a "social theme" rarely become a hit.
Oracle, haven' gotten to that link yet. As you can tell from the frequency of my posts, I am not being very active these days (InterNet-ly speaking).
Vishy, unmaya sonna, ungalukku teriyava podhu!! Yes, nalla samaippen.:-)
Sindhu, thank you. Did you notice "Ga Ma Ga Ma ga ma vaasam varudhey Ma Sa La". Thats brilliant!!
Thank you Arvind. Anybody that loves this song, has a refined taste, I believe.:-)
Anon, thank you very much. There are very few people that put up with this sort of absence and visits this space. Warms my heart that you are one among the few.:-)
Inder, good luck.
Arun Sundar, why is that? Food is not gender-specific. Anybody that needs it has to prepare it. Right?

9:30 AM  
Blogger Sudha said...

That is a really a good song ,well directed movie and very well executed song.I enjoy that song.

6:42 AM  
Blogger Subi said...

itha paathuthaan samayal interest vanthuthaa ?????

5:23 AM  

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