A good melody, I would like to call, is soulfully rendered by Shreya Goshal & Shankar Mahadhevan in the latest flick Veyil directed by Vasanthabalan.

           The song picturised around pasupathi and Bhavana is beautifully orchestrated.The lyrics are also hummable. Shreya’s voice suits the song.            

           Another reason this song attracts me is flute part in between which is mind blowing with the ling sound.           

          The lyrics by Na.Muthukumar completely in Tamil give final touch to the song.

          Shankar mahadevan has sung this song differently than his other songs.           

         One more point which has made this song a hit is the way it is picturised, the way it shows the intimacy between two very simple people without any exaggeration.           

It creates a feel inside you that cannot be described.

And finally hats off to Ar Rahmans nephew GV Prakash for such a soulful composition.

The Feel good factor, excellent composition and rendition combined with the picturisation has made this song one of my favorites… 

Singer:Shreya Goshal & Shankar Mahadhevan Lyrics: Na.Muthukumar
[F] Uruguthae maruguthae
-Orey paarvai’yaale-
Uruguthae maruguthae
-Orey paarvai’yaale-
Ulagamae sulaluthae -unnai paarthe’thaale
[M] Thangam urugutha angam karayutha
Vetkam udaiyutha mutham thodarutha
[F] Sokkithaane pookureene
–Mama konja naala —
[M]Hey…  (Uruguthae…)
[F] Thangam uruguthe thangam karayuthe
Vetkam udaiyuthe mutham thodaruthe
[M]Sokkithaane pookureene naanum konja naala  oohhhh…
[F] (Uruguthae…)           [music..]
[M] Hey——-  Ambuliyil nanainthu santhikkire poluthu
Anbu kathai pesi pesi vidyuthu iravu
[F] Ezelu(7) kadal thaandi thaan
Ezelu(7) malai thaandi thaan
En karuthe machchan kitta odi varum manasu

[M]Naama sernthu vaalum katchi Ooti paarkureen ——aah.
[F] katchi yaavum nesama maare kooti pooguren
Sami paarthu kumbidum poothum
Nee than en nenjil irukka            eehhh….
[F] (Uruguthae…)Ahhhh….           [music..]
 [M] Oora —– engeyum veerarunthu nikkiren
Koodu thanthe kili penne unnaale than vaaluren
[F] Koora pattu selaithan vaange solli kekuren
Koodu —– koodu paayum kadhalale suthuren
[M]Kadavul kitta karuvarai keetu unnai sumakkavaa?


[F] Uthiram mullukke unekke thanu eluthi kodukkevaa?
Mai itte kanne unnai
Marantha irenthe pooven
[F] Thangam uruguthe angam karayuthe
Vetkam udaiyuthe mutham thodaruthe
[M]Sokkithaane pookureene naanum konja naala  oohhhh…

I would have gone to bed when I was sick instead of pretending the Earth would go into a holding pattern if I weren’t there for the day.

I would have burned the pink candle sculpted like a rose before it melted in storage.

I would have talked less and listened more. I would have invited friends over to dinner even if the carpet was stained, or the sofa faded. I would have eaten the popcorn in the “good” living room and worried much less about the dirt when someone wanted to light a fire in the fireplace.I would have taken the time to listen to my grandfather ramble about his youth.I would have shared more of the responsibility carried by my husband.

I would never have insisted the car windows be rolled up on a summer day because my hair had just been teased and sprayed.

I would have sat on the lawn with my grass stains.

I would have cried and laughed less while watching television and more while watching life.

I would never have bought anything just because it was practical, wouldn’t show soil, or was guaranteed to last a lifetime.

Instead of wishing away nine months of pregnancy, I’d have cherished every moment and realized that the wonderment growing inside me was the only chance in life to assist God in a miracle.

When my kids kissed me impetuously, I would never have said, “Later. Now go get washed up for dinner.”

There would have been more “I love you’s.” More “I’m sorry’s.”

But mostly, given another shot at life, I would seize every minute…look at it and really see it .. live it and never give it back.

This was written by Erma Bombeck after she found she was dying with cancer..

If u had a life to live over what would you do…

Music has the ability to inevitably tap the still, mysterious deep well of our emotions. Music produces various emotional responses in different individuals and even different responses in the same person at different times.         

Music produces expressions of various emotions – peaceful, relaxing, exciting, festive, boring, unsettling, unstimulating, invigorating … and so on. 

Rhythm and melody are two faces of music that attracts with their own individual capacities. The experience of beat and rhythm has a simple relation with joy, well-being and even excitement. Similarly, melody, which is the soul of music, can create different types of feelings in listeners. Some melodies bring soulfulness, some sadness, some bring jubilance or tranquility

.… And there can be no enjoyment more impersonal and sublimating than what it offers. It prepares the very soul for something higher. 

What is your say…

It all started one day.

As i was searching the web about the AR Rehman musical,Rajini starrer Sivaji:The Boss, i came across Aparna’s blog in wordpress.

Initially i read the comments about sivaji and was about to close the link , just out of curiosity i read a little more.

The  moment i started reading, i was glued to it and started reading all the posts.

This had a great impact on me and i thought of creating a Blog of my own.

Here it is ….

Because of the inspiration my blog resembles more or less like Aparna’s

Hence I dedicate this Blog to Aparna itself… 

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