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    Hi Muraliji..

    kohi-noor vairam engE irundhAlum pragAsikkum. NT thread-um appadithAn. But neenga solradhu pOla adhai ellArum gavanikkumpadi place senjA nalla irukkum.

    NOV anna... gavaningaNNaa ! :P

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    Thank you Murali and friends for your suggestions for the improvement of Hub. We take note of your concerns and will act accordingly.
    Never argue with a fool or he will drag you down to his level and beat you at it through sheer experience!

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    NOV, could you please move the MGR thread to the Tamil films section as well, and have a link here too - the same way like you have for Sivaji thread! I don't think the reasoning is going to be any different from what you got for the Sivaji thread... :P

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    Re: Welcome to a "new" Forum for "old" f

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    What is the Classification of OLDIES.?

    That which are known ONLY to the OLDY GENERATION

    ....(Senior Citizens .. the Current days BALDIES.!)
    ...



    Hence DISAPPEARED from the PRESENT DAY'S Popular Market.

    ...as also from vivid MEMORIES of Most of Present Society too.!



    So the Movies of MGR and SHIVAJI cannot be classified as OLDIES.!

    Since they are STILL LIVING... as IMMORTALS.!

    EVERGREEN in memory of Current Youth Society too.!

    Quote Originally Posted by NOV
    With the Tamil Film board growing continuously, its about time that such discussions are split. Thus the creation of this new forum for exclusive dicussions on Old Tamil films.

    What are "old"? You decide!

    Let the memories begin!
    So only the Black & White Movies...

    ....of MKT, PUChinnappa, MSSubbulakshmi era.... ONLY can be classified as Oldies...

    ..on which THE BALDIES like me only... can know and communicate several Feast News... to all..

    ...INTERESTING to the Youth of the Current era too.!
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    Your topic is as good as mine, Sir !

    For the last 2.5 years or so, I have been desperately trying to find out details of the following TFM song - Anyone knows?

    Ennai pole bhagyhawati yaar.... S.Varalaxmi

    Name of the film ?

    Jay/11/4 pls send me an email at:

    sjhhhtm@gmail.com

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    Bhojan 1948

    Quote Originally Posted by jaymantra View Post
    Your topic is as good as mine, Sir !

    For the last 2.5 years or so, I have been desperately trying to find out details of the following TFM song - Anyone knows?

    Ennai pole bhagyhawati yaar.... S.Varalaxmi

    Name of the film ?

    Jay/11/4 pls send me an email at:

    sjhhhtm@gmail.com
    hi jaymantra ,
    S Varalakshmi's Bhaagyasaali PuvimEl NaanE from Bhojan 1948 ,
    ku sa krishnamurthy lyrics
    C R SubbaRaaman composed
    there is another ennai pOlE bhaagyasaali ini yaarE ulagilE .... from Nalla Thangai ,
    G Ramanathan composed ,Jikki with P Leela

    Regards

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    "Old" - Everything-n-anything that is PAST / BYGONE in terms of TIME is OLD.

    When this is applied to films or cine music of HFM or TFM - the meaning is the same . But, depending upon the age of the individual concerned OLD could be: a minute ago, or an hour ago, or a day ago, a month ago, years,etc...just anything.

    But generally, cine music lovers (those 40+ and above like me...are more keen into the cine music/TFM or HFM between the period 1933-50.The chief reason being more than 75% of the music of such films are "still in the dark/obscurity" although afficionadoes like me are pursuing every effort to unearth and preserve them in a perfect recorded condition ...like digitalising them on Flac format .

    The task is a gigantic one and needs perseverance and dedication alongwith continuous flow of funds ...for which purpose I am still 'living'.
    I would like all members in the age group of 40+ who have a passion for HFM / TFM of the period aforesaid to keep in touch with the3 undersigned since , I am in the process of regularly posting articles on Google groups: rec.music.indian.misc on some topic relating to cine music or the other alongwith 'audio clips only' from my personal library.

    Those wishing to receive the audio clips from time2time in their IBs should send a formal email request to : sjhhhtm@gmail.com
    for including their email addresses.

    Jay
    13/4

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