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    all kadal songs

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    2012 ஆண்டில் வெளிவந்த படங்களிலிருந்து பாடல்கள். எனது பார்வையில் தரவரிசை..

    14) Saguni - Manasellaam mazhaiye
    13) Mugamoodi -- Vaayamoodi Summa Iru Da
    12) Nanban - Asku laska
    11) Neer Paravai --- Para Para (Shreya version)
    10) Kazhugu - Aambalaikum Pombalaikum
    9) Thuppakki - Google Google
    8) Manam Kothi Paravai -- Oorana OorukkuLLe
    7) 3 - Why this KolaveRi
    6) Billa II -- ithayam
    5) Naan - Makkayala Makkayala
    4) Attakathi - Aadip pona thaavani
    3) Kumki songs
    2) Dhoni songs
    1) NEPV songs
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    Satru munpu...



    Muthal muRai




    Raja for providing such a wonderful album. Class.
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    Best of 2012

    Best Song: Po nee po (3)/Onnum puriyala (Kumki)
    Best Music Director: D. Imaan (Kumki)
    Best Debut Music Director: Anirudh (3)
    Best Album: Kumki/3
    Best Background Score: Naan/Pizza
    Best Singer (Male): Vijay Prakash
    Best Singer (Female): Shreya Ghosal
    Best Lyricist: Madan Karky
    Best Picturisation: Maatraan
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    Best Singer (Male) : Gaana Bala for Aadi Pona Aavani
    Best Singer (Female): Ramya NSK for Satru Munpu
    Best Picturisation: Makkayala Makkayala
    Best Lyricist: Kabilan (Aadi Pona Aavani)
    Best Album: Neethaane En Pon Vasantham
    Best Song: Satru Munpu
    Best Music Director: Ilaiyaraaja
    Best Debut Singer (Male) : santhosh hariharan ( Oorana OorukkuLLe)
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    A small review+comment on a Tamil film song:

    Hearty congratulations to Bombay Jayashri on getting Oscar nomination for a Tamil song, "Pi's Lullaby", from "Life of Pi". I would love to see her win it.
    This is what it is to take Indian music to the world..rather than becoming wannabes/sounding Western/un-Indian to draw others attention.

    My Telugu speaking colleague liked this song "instantly" when he watched the movie last month and told me about it the next day at work..not knowing it was a Tamil song sung by Bombay Jayashri. Very glad this is for a Tamil lullaby, which sounds like one, able to retain the originality..without losing it's nativity.
    Thereafter, he has played it multiple times at work during late evenings

    and indebted to Director Ang Lee and Music Composer Michael Danna for their understanding and conviction in making it sound the way it does, without losing out on the regional lullaby flavour/Indianness in it.
    Should be taken as a good (implicit) lesson for our Directors and MDs After all, it is never easy to even think to begin and end an English/international movie with a lullaby in an Indian regional language (over 3 mins). Reminds me of Bala and IR's Naan Kadavul starting with a Hindi bhajan (Maa Ganga - over 3 mins) and ending with a Sanskrit devotional (Om Shivoham - over 6 mins)

    A lesson to remember.

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