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Thread: The Screen-Turners: 47 Naatkal - Part 2 (Naaz)

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    Dear Naaz....

    Nice presentation about 47 days...... keep it up....

    Request ...... can you take up Sila nerangalil sila manidhargal also....and do an analysis....

    You are aware...this movie also got national award ....

    Best regards

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    Subject to Change :-)

    Vengayam -

    Yeah, you and diffident are strange bedfellows, and I wanted you to see how strange it really was! One person's complaint is another's compliment? The things one learns around here!

    No, Priya is not the next one! And that's no compliment to me (and my tastes! )

    Wasn't Muralimohan the guy in Muthyaala Muggu? Or am I thinking of somebody else?

    To get/rent current tamizh film DVDs I have to travel to the 'burbs (about 25/30 miles) and hence my lack of interest in checking out the Prasannas and Srikanths. One of these days I might feel uncharacteristically inspired....will keep you posted.

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    S. Balaji -

    I am glad to hear that you found my piece on 47 Naatkal to be worthy. Thanks! (Did you also read the interview with Sivasankari? I think it really adds to the follow-on.)

    Jeyakanthan is very much part of my list. I also did a rather long analysis of Sila Nerangalil Sila Manithargal in the VJ thread (about 2 years ago?)....Please look it up when you have the time.

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    Naaz...

    Yes , I already went through the entire posting of yours.....

    IMO...Sivashankari is one of the highly respected story writers.....and comes next to Lakshmi.... SS is a revolutionary writer....

    Even a small story of hers will carry some good message...
    She always used to take up social subjects and had given some memorable stories in the past....

    I will also go through the VJ thread for Jayakanthan related analysis..

    Thanks...

    However, I too wonder what was the logic for KB to select Chiranjeevi for the hero / villain character...

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