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Tuesday, June 13, 2023

Jallikattu opening - எந்த பூவிலும் வாசம் உண்டு

எந்த பூவிலும் வாசம் உண்டு எந்த பாட்டிலும் ராகம் உண்டு

எந்தன் வாழ்விலும் அர்த்தம் உண்டு புது உறவு, புது நினைவு

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நன்றி நான் சொல்வேன் என்றும் விழியில்

என்றும் நான் செல்வேன் உந்தன் வழியில்


இந்த இனிய பாடலை அதிகம் கேட்டு இருக்க மாட்டீர்கள் !  do you know the movie ? 


Antonio Ruiz-Pipó (1934 – 1997) was a Spanish virtuoso pianist and composer, born in Granada, Spain. He studied the piano with Alicia de Larrocha and composition with Salvador Bacarisse and others. The latter part of his productive life was spent in France where, in addition to pursuing his performing career, he taught at the École Normale de Musique de Paris and the Conservatoire de Musique in Paris. He partnered with his longtime friend the violinist Serge Blanc in duos, trios, and quartets with piano with whom he toured within France, Spain and many other countries.   

பொதுவாக என் மனசு தங்கம் !! 

Maestro Illayaraja made every one dance to the tune as hero Rajnikanth was introduced in a Jallikattu sequence reportedly shot  at Paganeri, a village near Karaikudi with  close-up shots of Rajini fighting the bull in studio. 

Murattu Kaalai  directed by SP Muthuraman, and written by Panchu Arunachalam was a great hit of 1980. The film starred Rajinikanth, Rati Agnihotri, Sumalatha and Jaishankar. The story was woven around  Kaalaiyan, an honourable villager who, despite being wealthy, chooses to live modestly while Sundaravelu, a less honourable man from the neighbouring village, tries to grab Kaalaiyan's land. Murattu Kaalai was the first film for Rajinikanth with AVM Productions, and the company's re-entry into Tamil cinema after a long sabbatical.  A great hero Tamil James Bond Jai Shankar had a villain role in the movie and the fight sequence on a moving train was much spoken about those days.   

The movie was a big hit with songs and BGM of Isaignani Raja.  The song at the start written by Panchu Arunachalam is based on Antonio Ruiz-Pipó's Cancion y Danza says Wikipedia.

The same theme was remade with the same name in 2012 with Sneha and Sundar C but flopped.


Here is a photo of a butterfly finding the Red Vrutchi flowers to be too tempting.

With regards – S Sampathkumar


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