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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Increasing expectation for a rural outing …

Even though, Ameer-Surya’s ‘Mounam Pesiyadhae’ was not a commercial hit, it brought out a director with a different calibre under the lights. His next venture ‘Raam’ proved that his recognition for his debut movie was not a fluke. In addition he revealed his ability to bring out an actor out of Jeeva. We know the current standings of Surya and Jeeva in the market.

Now, even before the release of his next movie ‘Paruthi Veeran’, his debutant hero Karthi’s stock has soared up. It is a known fact that Karthi has signed up for ‘Ithu Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam’ with Selvaraghavan. That’s a noticeable achievement for a debutant. Credit needs to go to Ameer, for the confidence he reposed on Karthi and making him into a saleable stock, so soon.



Now lets go back to Ameer-YSR combination. YSR delivered some memorable numbers in both their earlier outings – ‘Mounam Pesiyadhae’ and ‘Raam’. The latest album in not an exception. ‘Paruthi Veeran’ has also couple of noticeable rural melodies, which are sure to stay on top of the chart for a long time.

It’s a good break from YSR’s regular peppy songs and some of them bring back those memorable numbers of his Dad in ‘Alaigal Oaivathillai’ ‘ Muthal Mariyathai’ etc.,

Aiyaiyo..’ by Shreya & Krishnaraj tops the album with the romantic rural tunes & the mood of the lead roles expressed thru the lyrics. The song brings out the characters of a rough macho hero and a soft rural belle, perfectly.

Maestro Ilayaraja has once again expressed the lead pair’s mood very well in the ‘Ariyatha vayasu..’ number. Reminded me of some of his numbers of yesteryears.

‘Sari kama…’ by Madhumitha, will capture your attention even though it plays for less than 3 min only. You may enjoy the confrontation between the older & newer generation of the rural area, delivered in it.

Apart from the above, YSR has included two more folk songs to fit the rural background of the movie. Delivered by the real drama artists, you may feel like sitting in front of a 'koothu'[drama] which is part of the rural festivals, most of the time.

This latest offering by Yuvan is definitely adding value to the rural product and increases the expectations for the content.

Ameer has so much confidence on his output, that he has now taken over the project from Surya’s home banner ‘Studio green’. Hope he delivers something different rather than the regular rural confrontations which we had seen 'n' no. of times...

It is likely to compete with Ajith’s ‘Aalwaar’ and Vijay’s ‘Pokiri’ during their Pongal Outing. If it does so, let us wish Ameer to get his confidence paid off...
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4 Comments:

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Tuesday, November 21, 2006 6:11:00 AM  
Blogger Vinesh said...

must listen to the music soon...i'm looking forward to Paruthi Veeran for Priyamani too :-)

Tuesday, November 21, 2006 11:36:00 PM  
Blogger Ram.C said...

IAN... that was too funny.

Vinesh.. She has not got any breakthru so far, even though she had gone thru 2 B's movies.. Let us see if this 'A' can help...

Wednesday, November 22, 2006 5:04:00 AM  
Blogger Craze Maze said...

Krishnaraj in Aiyaiyo song - only few can bring the mood of the hero into the song. Reminded me of Shahul Hameed's Rasathi :(

Sunday, January 14, 2007 3:01:00 PM  

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