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    Raj (@ 208.*) on: Mon Mar 1 19:56:41 EST 2004




    pk: kalaabam is peacock feather. kalabam is some perfumed paste. May be he had some perfumed paste on him! Or he is likened to Muruga who wears the feather on his forehead! I have not seen the movie to understand the context.





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    Raj (@ 208.*) on: Mon Mar 1 20:06:01 EST 2004




    Prabhu: Can you give me a link for the song? Looks like somebody is reminiscent of the childhood days and comes back to the same place/village with a lover. He/she sees the roots above ground of a tree to recline (bed). He forgets the hardships of his childhood.





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    Raj (@ 208.*) on: Mon Mar 1 20:13:58 EST 2004




    Prabhu: The song is available in MIO. The lyricist is Madakar Kannan. I never heard of him. Movie-'Nandu' 1981.





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    Raj (@ 208.*) on: Tue Mar 2 00:23:33 EST 2004




    Prabhu: I listened to the song. Some corrections to what you gave as lyrics:
    Thaniththa kaalam (lonely time)
    Kaaranam maadhu enum then - the reason: a woman who is honey (sweet).
    Obviously, the boy was lonely as a child and everything changes with the arrival of a sweet girl in his life.





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    * (@ 161.*) on: Tue Mar 2 12:40:05 EST 2004




    Thanks a lot Raj for the correction and explanation. Copy of the song is available here
    http://www.angelfire.com/tn/justkool/Alli.zip





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    geeth (@ 62.2*) on: Thu Mar 4 04:06:16 EST 2004




    whats the meaning of 'thandhu' ?

    it comes in the song 'Unna vida' from Virumaandi - like this

    yaaru solli thandhu vandhathu....





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    Cinema Virumbi (@ 203.*) on: Thu Mar 4 06:48:43 EST 2004






    geeth,

    Extremely simple! 'yaaru sollith thandhu vandhathu' means

    '(inthap pazhakkam) {or some such thing}, yaar solliththandhu (enakku) vandhathu?!' i.e.,'Who taught me this habit?!'





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    geeth (@ 62.2*) on: Sat Mar 6 03:28:54 EST 2004




    thanks CV. imptuthaana! i got confused because of the gap between 'solli' and 'thandhu'.





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    sim (@ 203.*) on: Sat Mar 6 10:11:50 EST 2004




    "I assume you havent had the time to catch up on most movies. The best place I'd recommend for a review is http://www.geocities.com/bbreviews "

    So simple, lucid, down to earth reviews. Kudos to Mr. Balaji.





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    sim (@ 63.2*) on: Wed Mar 10 08:54:02 EST 2004




    Is he the same Balaji who is involved with SP website as well as with tfmpage?





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