20th January 2005, 06:58 AM
Another common opening...
Namba ponnukku vayasagitte pogudhu ungalukku theriyalaiya...
Enakku mattum ava vaazhkaila akkarai illaiya... ellathukkum neram nnu onnu irukku illaiya?
naan solrennnu thappa nenaichikkadheenga.. oor la enga annan payyan BA padichittu government velai la irukkanam..
and it goes.. on
HHW sure.. flight 172 la thaane Neelu will switch off his hearing aid??
20th January 2005 06:58 AM
20th January 2005, 07:04 AM
Thiru, good one
20th January 2005, 03:34 PM
Another unforgettable serial was KB's 'Rail Sneham' with Nizhalgal Ravi&a new girl.I think it was KB's first TV serial.Also what was that serial which had Revathi as a blind girl in a thriller by Suresh Menon.S.Ve.Shekhar's 'Vanna Kolangal'was also enjoyable.Somehow the feeling is that with just 1 channel the quality of serials was much better(in Tamil&Hindi)or am I being nostalgic?
20th January 2005, 03:56 PM
.........And they say women are addicted to TV serials
And those who were seen dancing, were thought to be insane, by those who could not hear the music - Friedrich Nietzsche
21st January 2005, 03:27 AM
We watched these when we were 10-14
Originally Posted by Roshan
21st January 2005, 03:34 AM
Cinefan, The serial you mentioned is Iravil Oru Pagal and once it ended in Feb 1990, it was immediately replaced by Rail Sneham on the Wednesday 1930 spot. Iravil Oru Pagal featured Suresh Menon, R, Charlie, Sukumari, VK Ramasamy and the guy who played "Salim, Mohammmed Salim"
Rail Sneham's song "Indha veenaiku theriyaadhu" is a hit on the net, but personally I loved the IOP number "Aasai Nilave, Pesum kanave", a melodious Yesudas lullaby. Didnt Rail Sneham have another song "Mudivum Illaadhadhu"?
My top 3 tv serials will always be Chitthirappavai, Iravil Oru Pagal and a tie for 3rd place between Flight 172/Ladies Hostel.
21st January 2005, 03:58 AM
hhw, i think the song is
Aasai nilave pesum malare kalai maane kan thoongu nee...
uyiro urugum ulagam mayangum un paarvai poovo theno..
aagayam poovai thalattum velai naanum paadava
maar mele ingu nee vaa maane thene maalai soodava..
and was sung by Jayachandran..
Also, 'mudivium illadhadhu' is the title song for Rail sneham...
21st January 2005, 04:07 AM
thanks for the correction. Great memory for lyrics
Indha veenaiku theriyadhu featured more than once in the serial. so was it relayed regularly or just one episode?
21st January 2005, 07:00 AM
HHW :).. If I remember correctly, the song is played in only one episode completely but it comes in the background quite a few times... Sindhu (the heroine) sings the song. The story of the serial is about Ravi living with an unmarried but pregnant(?) girl sindhu but posing as husband & wife.. Kavithalaya krishnan & sivappu rukmani are the neighbours and the movie mainly revolves around the 4.... .Can someone throw more light on the story and the ending??
21st January 2005, 08:34 AM
There was one more TV Serial which had Lakshmi , ARS and Nizhalgal Ravi in the lead. I forgot the name of the TV Serial. My favourite was (in good ol' days of DD) Amlu, Dinesh Mahesh (Delhi Ganesh and Kaathaadi I guess), Vannak kolangal (S.V.Sekhar's best), Here is Crazy (title song gala gala galavena siri) among others. I was crazy fan of the german(Transtel) dubbed serials "Inspector Derrick" and "Comedy time" starring a crazy german actor. The slap stick comedy was too much! The guy had a funny face and his antiques were hilarious. In one episode, he tries to get married , forgets the ring in the car and chases it. In one scene he blasts the whole building to get the ring finally when he gets the ring the girlfriend is pregnant and so on. I have again forgotten the name of the actor. Also a must see for sunday was "Captain Cosseascu's deep sea adventures. That was a wonderful serial as well, in addition to World of survival and National geographic in the evening. To top it all the best fun was "Giant Robot" for me!!! Nyabagam varudhe..
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