Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Smiling Tears...

Days are long, Night is dark,
It's all mystery here, but -
Where in the world am I??

I feel strange, missing someone??
I feel incomplete, missing something??
Neither... I lack it..., but -
What do I miss here??
Friends! - No,
Faith!! - No,
Care!!! - No, - then
What do I miss??

It's all mystery here, but -
I know what I lack, that I never lack it...
I forgot to have it...
Oh, my eyes are crying,
Tears roll down,
My eyes are not my Eyes, but Heart...
Tears roll down,

It's all mystery here, but -
I know what I lack, that I never lack it...
But, where did I miss them??
Oh, my eyes are crying,
Tears roll down Smiling...

Friday, March 26, 2010

When I was a Child....

I am 18 now, far away from childhood, thinking about the future...well, most of us are concerned about the future. Just forget about them them for few minutes and relax. Now, unwind your childhood memories..... I want to share mine....

Mom's love and Dad's care - they are never going to decrease - I felt our family as my world, I could remember the moments I was walking around the streets holding my father's hand and not caring about others. Almost every child considers their dad as the only hero of life, so did I. First day of school leaving Mom and crying in the halfway - unforgettable. Busy schedule with crayons and pencils, collecting marbles, street cricket with broken door woods, press the calling bell and run moments, watching cartoons - superheros, enjoying first drops of rain, sailing paperboats, early night sleeps, running after butterflies and dragonflies, playing with ladybirds.... I can never forget these moments of my childhood. I miss them a lot.
 Childhood days are the most wonderful days of everyone's life. Remember those days and be happy...

"There is a garden in every childhood, the enchanted place where colours are brighter, the air softer and the morning more fragrant than ever again" - Elizabeth Lawrence

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Gold Rush...

Indian Boxers punched well to bag all the 6 possible Golds in Commonwealth finals this time. With this they surpassed the previous maximum count of 4 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze they won in 2005 at Scotland. 
Paramjeet Samota(91+ kg), Amandeep Singh(49 kg), Suranjoy Singh(52 kg), Jai Bhagwan(60 kg), Vijender Singh(75 kg) won their bouts comprehensively while the sixth one Dinesh Kumar(81 kg) was awarded gold as his opponent Johnson withdrew due to elbow injury. 
World No.1 Vijender with bleeding nose from first round punch from opponent Buglioni, was expected to struggle but he fought with grit to defeat the English with 13-3. “I was a bit nervous thinking that the referee might stop the bout because of my bleeding nose. However, the support of the home crowd spurred me to carry on,” said Vijender, who was adjudged the best boxer of the meet. 
India emerged as the best team with 36 points surpassing England with 23 points(3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Meanwhile England's Weaver became the most promising boxer of the tournament. 
It was really glorious day for Indian sports. All the 6 boxers played with fury and clinched all the six. 
Chak De India

Monday, March 8, 2010


It is said that God first created man, but then He felt that He could do better and created women as a symbol of beauty. Her beauty is not just restricted to skin but lies deep into her heart by which she makes the world happy. She is gifted with immense intellectuality which makes her the root of happiness - She cares about you as your Mom, She fights with you as your Sister, She guides you as your best friend, She shares your moments as you Wife. She is the real architect of  Society. She has all abilities to compete with men, do not discriminate or prejudice, treat her equal as men...
Happy womens day...

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Will You Cross The Skies For Me?

This time Gautam Vasudev Menon has given us a wonderful love story. I went to Satyam for Vinnaithandi Varuvaaya with 40 of my classmates today. We simply forgot Silambarasan Rajendar and Trisha Krishnan and could only see is Karthick and Jessie romancing. Once again the name Karthick has got a romantic character after Alaipayuthey, Rhythm and Mozhi. 

VTV has some impacts of the director's previous movie Vaaranam Aayiram like love at first sight, Simbu almost imitates Suriya in most of the shots - probably Gautam is still in Vaaranam Aayiram hangover. First half starts with Jessie's wedding at a church where Karthick narrates his flashback. It looked more romantic with limited narrations and excellent screenplay. Unlike other Gautam movies second half is interesting despite its slow pace. Simbu proved himself as an actor in the second half (He has not used his finger mannerism and punch dialogues for the whole movie). I'm sure you will think about your love at present or in the past for at least a moment at the climax.

Gautam Menon has given special care for every characters in this movie. Simbu and Trisha have given their best performance in this movie. Ganesh Janardhanan has got a unforgettable character as Karthick's friend. K.S.Ravikumar comes as director and makes us laugh with his simple comments. But most of the characters were missing in the second half. Manoj Paramahamsa's cinematography is the key of the movie's success, especially the Malta Island and the locals of Alappuzha are treat for eyes. 
Music - from the beginning till the end, A R Rahman has given excellent background score. Songs are more seasoned with Rahman Music. Vaalvukum Pakkam Vanthen part in Hosanna, Swasthi Swasthi Muhurtham chorus in Aaromalae and Kollamal Unnai Kondru Pudaithaen in Mannipaya have given some exceptional moments  from A R R. Background music at the climax part of the movie is incredible. Rahman rocks!!!
In whole this is made for those who loves Love...
'A Movie For the Melody Lovers'